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FALL ALL-AREA: Football Capsules

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FIRST-TEAM OFFENSE

QB ELIJAH BURRESS

Mountain View sophomore

All-district first-team pick had 2,081 passing yards and a Fredericksburg-area-best 22 touchdowns through the air.

RB DOMINIC KAOPUA

Chancellor senior

Kaopua was the Fredericksburg area’s leading rusher, finishing with 1,450 yards and 12 TDs on 226 carries.

RB JAVONTE LATNEY

Massaponax junior

The Panthers’ fullback was a real workhorse this fall. He had 1,334 rushing yards and tied for the area lead with 15 TDs.

RB Da’SHAWN HARRIS

Stafford senior

Harris was the Indians’ best offensive weapon, with 622 rushing yards on just 74 carries and 653 receiving yards.

TE DANIEL EZEAGWU

Colonial Forge junior

The district’s first-team pick at tight end was the Eagles’ leading receiver, finishing with 34 catches for 685 yards.

WR DaeSEAN HAMILTON

Mountain View senior

The district’s offensive player of the year caught 64 passes for 1,073 yards.

WR TYUS WHITE

Brooke Point senior

A standout kick returner and defender, too, White led the area in catches (77) and receiving yards (1,270).

OL A. J. ADDISON

Fred. Christian senior

The Eagles’ 6-foot-5, 330-pound tackle was a dominating run blocker and a big key for FCS’s big season.

OL NATHAN CAMDEN

North Stafford senior

Of the five all-Commonwealth OL, Camden—the Wolverines’ center—was the only unanimous pick.

OL STEVEN MOSS

Chancellor junior

The Chargers’ right tackle is a major Division I recruit. He helped clear the way for Kaopua, the area’s top rusher.

OL RAYMOND MARION

Colonial Forge senior

A three-year starter, Marion earned all-Commonwealth District honors at guard this fall for Colonial Forge.

OL JUSTIN FIELD

North Stafford senior

A starting tackle for North Stafford, Field earned first-team all-Commonwealth District and region honors.

U JOEY FOSTER

Massaponax senior

With great speed, Foster made an impact on offense and defense. He averaged 7.7 yards a rush this year.

FIRST-TEAM DEFENSE

DL VINNY MIHOTA

Massaponax junior

Mihota was the district’s defensive player of the year. He’s committed to play football at Virginia Tech.

DL SAMMIE HARPER

Chancellor senior

Harper won a share of the Battlefield’s defensive player of the year award. He made 18 tackles for loss.

DL JAE’WUAN HORTON

North Stafford junior

Small but fast, this all-district first-teamer was a difference-maker for North Stafford.

LB COREY HENDERSON

King George junior

Henderson played a rare QB–MLB combo and was an all-district first-teamer at both positions.

LB MIKE CAMPBELL

Colonial Forge senior

Campbell, an all-district first-team pick and Northwest Region second-teamer, made 134 tackles, tops for the Eagles this fall.

LB TONY SCOTT

James Monroe senior

Scott shared Battlefield defensive player of the year honors.Among his gaudy stats: three interceptions and two blocked punts.

LB CODY GOODE

Fredericksburg Christian senior

Goode was a tackling machine at middle linebacker for Fredericksburg Christian’s first-ever run to the state final.

LB ETHAN UPPERCO

Chancellor junior

The Chargers’ defensive stopper was in on 125 tackles this season—including 16 for loss—and blocked a pair of punts.

DB ANTHONY SHEGOG

North Stafford senior

This Virginia Tech recruit accounted for 16 TDs this year, including a fumble return, an interception return and two punt returns.

DB CHRIS CARPENTER

Courtland senior

Carpenter, an all-district pick, had three interceptions in the regular season and was a standout during the Cougars’ playoff run.

DB SHE’MAR ELLIS

James Monroe senior

He made five interceptions at safety and was also a standout punter and a first-team all-district wide receiver.

FIRST-TEAM SPECIALISTS

PK JOEY SLYE

North Stafford junior

His 46-yard field goal was the area’s longest this year and no one was more consistent at booting kickoffs into the end zone.

P BILLY HOGAN

Culpeper senior

Also a standout linebacker, Hogan averaged 38.7 yards per punt with four over 50 yards and two over 60 yards.

KR BRANDON RAVENEL

North Stafford senior

Ravenel was one of the area’s best receivers and returned two punts and a kickoff for scores.

SECOND-TEAM OFFENSE

QB Zac Jackson, Louisa Sr.—Equally dangerous running and throwing

RB Dion Gonzalez, Colonial Beach Sr.—1,366 yards on the ground

RB Johnathan Horsley , Brooke Point Sr.—District’s second-leading rusher

RB Gordon Collins, Mountain View Jr.—Topped 1,000 yards for ’Cats

WR Chris Holmes, Chancellor Sr.—Chargers’ top passing target

TE Jamie Deason, Riverbend Sr.—Also a great blocker for the Bears

OL Conner Hilland, Brooke Point Sr.—Hawks’ best offensive lineman

OL Brandon Gallahan, Chancellor Sr.—All-Region I first-team pick

OL Lance Dussault, Courtland Sr.—Helped lead team to region title

OL Charlie Petitt, Spotsylvania Jr.—Knights’ all-district lineman

OL Matt Burrell, Chancellor So.—Only all-district sophomore

SECOND-TEAM DEFENSE

DL Steve Sobczak, Massaponax Sr.—All-region first-teamer

DL Dre Stinson, Colonial Forge Sr.—Excellent run-stopper

DL Jacob Baker, King George Sr.—51 tackles, five sacks

LB Troy Washington, Colonial Forge Jr.—All-region first-teamer

LB Chris Purvis, Chancellor Sr.—Responsible for four interceptions

LB Dhevyn Anderson, Massaponax Jr.—Good against the run and pass

LB Aaron Sanders, Brooke Point Sr.—Standout linebacker and WR

DB Jeff Moore, Colonial Forge Sr.—Led team in INTs, PBUs

DB Raymond Buckner, Chancellor Sr.—All-region pick at cornerback

DB Jordi Estes, King George Jr.—Three picks, six passes broken up

DB Aaron Alexander Fred. Christian Sr.—Big playmaker for FCS

SECOND-TEAM SPECIALISTS

PK David Dit, James Monroe Jr.—10 FGs were most in area

P Dalton Fraser, Mountain View Sr.—Unanimous all-district pick

HONORABLE MENTION

Zach Braswell, Courtland

Johnathan Brinson, King George

De’Shon Brown, King George

Trevon Brown, Massaponax

Matt Capozza, Riverbend

Bruce Creatore, Chancellor

Kwesi Dadzie, North Stafford

Damen Daniel, Colonial Forge

Dallas Daniels, Massaponax

Ashten Dixon, Soptsylvania

Darryl Dyson, James Monroe

Cody Farrell, North Stafford

Jared Fehrens, Courtland

Nate Garrette, Chancellor

C.J. Garrett, King George

Darien Grant, Courtland

Quinton Gray, Mountain View

Jason Hager, Mountain View

Tyler Hegadorn, Courtland

Cortez Herring, Mountain View

Sam Hinkel, Courtland

R.J. Jackson, Louisa

Xavier James, King George

Anton Jenkins, Courtland

Denver Jenkins, Eastern View

Damian Ledet, Massaponax

Tyler Marion, Riverbend

Tim McDowney, Colonial Beach

Kevon McNeil, Riverbend

DeAndre Miller, Chancellor

Eli Mitchell, Eastern View

Cole Moriarty, Spotsylvania

Bevontae Morris, Caroline

Timmy Morris, Eastern View

Matt Myers, Colonial Forge

Eric Nelson, James Monroe

Juan Parker, King George

Terance Parker, Brooke Point

Daquan Pollard, Caroline

Jacob Pugh, Orange

Eddie Reyes, Riverbend

Quentin Richardson, Mountain View

Anthony Robinson, Courtland

Shaquille Robinson, Eastern View

Nik Stewart, Culpeper

Kyle Talley, Courtland

Tom Vucovich, North Stafford

Kyle Washington, James Monroe

Cody White, Mountain View

Thomas Williamson, Spotsylvania

Lavell Wright, Caroline

Antonio Wynn–Coleman, James Monroe

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