The Funding Zone Scoreboard 2009 All-Small School Team

Written by: on Tuesday, January 12th, 2010


First Team

QB – Paul Jones, Sto-Rox

RB – David Miller, Greensburg Central Catholic; Deontae Howard, Clairton; Cody Cook, Beaver Falls

WR – Evan Marshall, Greensburg Central Catholic; Andrew Carswell, Sto-Rox; Mike Vervoort, Brockway; Kevin Weatherspoon, Clairton

TE – Ben Koyack, Oil City Area

K – Dane Domonkos, Bishop McCort

OFF. SPEC. – Trey Johnson, Rochester; Josh Seidel, Bishop McCort

OL – Joe Sullivan, Greensburg Central Catholic; Shane Rugg, Bishop McCort; Eric Conjeski, Beaver Area; Stanley Pugh, Aliquippa; Matt Kline, Greensburg Central Catholic; Chris Elkins, Beaver Falls

DL – Bernie Sarra, Greensburg Central Catholic; Desimon Green, Clairton; Rob Trudo, Farrell Area; Anthony Pioli, Bishop McCort; Pat Mahoney, Greensburg Central Catholic;

LB – Eddie Ball, Clairton; Brandon Small, Clairton; Derrick Burns, Wilmington Area; Marcus Shippey, Bedford Area; Trent Forshey, Central-Martinsburg

DB – Zach Guiser, Greensburg Central Catholic; Brian Nickel, Shady Side Academy; Jimmy Zubik, Avonworth; Preston Jefferson, Farrell

P – Andrew Cerrett, Huntingdon Area

DEF. SPEC – Zak Newton, Penn Cambria

*********************************************************************** 2010 All-Small School Team

Honorable Mention

QB – Trent Hurley, Greensburg Central Catholic; Christian Brumbaugh, South Fayette; Derek Buganza, Brockway; Gino Ramires, Richland Township; Anthony Rizza, Seton-LaSalle

RB – Matt McCann, Keystone Oaks; Jordan Maddox; Keystone Oaks; Seth Zaman, Conemaugh Township; Nick Dudukovich, Forest Hills

WR – Admire Carter, Beaver Falls; Ryan Gaunt, Ferndale; Jake Shaffer, Brockway; Ryan Silvia, Richland Township; Brett Zuck, Keystone

TE – Max Kielbasa, Keystone Oaks; Terry Gettings, Rochester

K – Drake Greer, Bishop Canevin

OFF. SPEC. – Delrece Williams, Steel Valley; Lucas Runk, Central-Martinsburg

OL – Sean Christofferson, Wilmington Area; Dan Black, South Fayette; Brandon Bunting, Mount Pleasant Area; Ryan Benson, West Middlesex; Zack Doyle, Bellwood-Antis

DL – Jake Wagner, Karns City; John Philbin, Bishop Canevin; Thom Fullum, South Side Beaver; Bob O’Shaben, Forest Hills; TJ Armstrong, Clarion Area

LB – Brett Byers, Conemaugh Township; Devon Cesario, Ligonier Valley; Kevin Grejda, Clarion Area; Chaz Merriman, Bishop McCort; Ryan Medva, Shade; Michael Stefanick, Blacklick Valley

DB – Tyler Aiken, Greesnburg Central Catholic; Eric Desch, Tyrone; Zack Waddle, United; Kyle Scott, Lakeview; Mason Varner, Juniata Valley

P – David Bojalad, Elk County Catholic

DEF. SPEC – David Kephart, Portage Area

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7 Responses to “ 2009 All-Small School Team”

  1. Seriously? says:

    No Portage should move to D5 because so they will play teams that are their size and they have a level playing field come playoff time. McCort shouldn’t even be in A as they recruit plus the fact that they graduate almost double of what WestPac schools graduate. Also Seidel is great I won’t dispute that but they should have to play teams their own size in the playoffs.

  2. Jack Flash says:

    Each and every week all over the State, students/players/young men practice and play hard for their respective schools. They do their best becaise they have hopes and dreams for their efforts. Some as a team if successful are rewarded for their efforts with championships on the local, district, regional, and State level. Some individually are rewarded with notoriety of their performances for the week and the season. The greatest attribute for high school football is in the lessons provided for our students/players/young men. It doesn’t matter whether you are on a team that wins or looses, lessons are learned. I don’t know why someone must be so critical of District 6, WestPac Conference, and Portage Area. The success of the player, school, the conference, and the district IS NOT BASED ON YOUR OPINION OR CRITICISM but on the competitive desire of each student/player/young man. The goal is to educate while providing a hopeful enjoyable life experience for the student/player/young man, their families, and the community. Please rethink your attitude and understand the big picture isn’t just about winning or losing but of what is learned. Also, by your criticism and name calling, you obviously never learned the lesson of giving respect to your opponent. I sincerely hope you are not involved in any role with any sports programs.

  3. Jim says:

    What a joke!!! Paul Jones missed 3 games due to injury…..Trent Hurley leads his team to the Wpial Championship and State runnerup and he is honorable mention??????????????????


  4. westernpafootball1 says:

    I am from D6, hence my ripping of Portage who now wants to frop to the much much easier D5. Because they will never win a district title in D6 because of being in the WestPac or should I say WeakPac.

  5. westernpafootball1 says:

    I am from D^, hence my ripping of Portage who now wants to frop to the much much easier D5. Because they will never win a district title in D6 because of being in the WestPac or should I say WeakPac.

  6. Jack Flash says:

    Why must someone attack two players from District 6? At the end of the regular season, District 6 had three teams that were undefeated that could have played anyone in Class A and made it an interesting game. If one wants to question anything, why not question the PIAA’s lack of competition within certain districts? The Class A districts need to be rethought to prevent a school playing and winning two games to become it’s district champion when other schools play four games to be district champion. If the PIAA is about competition, then set the districts up so all schools must have winning records and play the same number of playoff games.

  7. westernpafootball1 says:

    It is total and complete garbage Josh Seidel is not first team running back. It is also garbage Kephart is on that list from Portage, that is one of the weakest and softest programs in the state they play NO ONE!