Video/Black Hat Football’s 209 All-Stars Selected to MaxPreps’ All-Section Team — The 209 Had The Skills

Filed in Uncategorized by on January 15, 2018

With MaxPreps soon to release its Northern California and State All-Star Teams — and CalHiSports also getting ready to release its All-State & Underclass State Teams — let’s take a look at The 209 Stars  selected to MaxPreps’ Sac-Joaquin Section Team.

FIRST TEAM OFFENSE

QB — Gino Campiotti, Manteca, Sr. — A record-setting, dual-threat star and the 2017 Starbucks/Black Hat Football Player of the Year for The 209, Campiotti passed for 3,212 yards and 37 touchdowns and ran for 595 and 15 for the section Division III champions. 

QB Bobby Avina, Gregori (Modesto), Sr. The2017 Starbucks/Black Hat Football first-teamer passed for 3,015 yards and 36 touchdowns in leading his team to its first 10-0 regular season and first home playoff win.

RB — Dauson Booker, Central Catholic (Modesto), Sr. — A 2017 Starbucks/Black Hat Football first-team performer, Booker rushed for 1,838 yards and 25 touchdowns for a team that went 10-2.

RB — Cameron Cherry, Oakdale, Sr. — A 2017 Starbucks/Black Hat Football first-team performer, Cherry set a bounty of school rushing records and led the Mustangs back to the section finals.

RB — Dusty Frampton, St. Mary’s (Stockton), Sr. — A two-time 2017 Starbucks/Black Hat Football first-team performer, Frampton set scores of school rushing records, and he went for 1,647 yards and 24 touchdowns this season.

WR — Andrew Hem, McNair (Stockton), Jr.  — The 2017 Starbucks/Black Hat Football Junior of the Year, with good hands, Hem caught 77 passes for 1,350 yards and 17 touchdowns for a playoff team.
WR — Hassani Zackery, Edison (Stockton), Sr. — A 2017 Starbucks/Black Hat Football first-team performer, Zackery caught 76 passes for 1,173 yards and 19 touchdowns for a playoff team.

OL — Max Barth, St. Mary’s (Stockton), Sr. — A 2017 Starbucks/Black Hat Football first-team performer, Barth helped lead the way for the Rams, who returned to the section Division I finals.

OL — Kyle Reis, Manteca, Sr. — A 2017 Starbucks/Black Hat Football first-team performer and an anchor in the trenches , Reis was a team captain who was paramount in his team winning the Division III section title.

OL — Nico Sarale, Oakdale, Sr. — A 2017 Starbucks/Black Hat Football first-team performer, the Fresno State-bound Sarale goes down as one of the greatest linemen in program history.

P — Colton Weidner, Mariposa County (Mariposa), Jr. — Weidner boomed 49 punts for 1,993 yards, an average of 40.7 yards, and 14 landed inside the 20-yard line.

Utility — Jasaun Allen, Chavez (Stockton), Sr. — The 2017 Starbucks/Black Hat Football Utility Player of the Year, Allen rushed for 515 yards and 11 touchdowns, caught 47 passes for 960 yards and 12 scores and made plays on defense.

FIRST TEAM DEFENSE

DL — Oyebolaji Akinyemi, Tracy, Sr. — A two-time 2017 Starbucks/Black Hat Football performer,Akinyemi had 80 tackles and 21 stops for losses for a team that reached the Division I semifinals.

DB — Bronson Harmon, Oakdale, Sr. — A two-time 2017 Starbucks/Black Hat Football performer, Harmon was a top defender for a team known to make stops, and on that reached another section final.

DB — Tre Jenkins, St. Mary’s (Stockton), Sr. — A 2017 Starbucks/Black Hat Football first-team performer, Jenkins had 90 tackles and played big on special teams and at receiver when needed for a team that played for another section title.

SECOND TEAM OFFENSE

TE — Gabriel Sanchez, Gregori (Modesto), Sr.

SECOND TEAM DEFENSE

DL — Justin Kakala, Manteca, Sr.
DL — Jacob Vainuku, Patterson, Sr.
LB — Ferrin Manuleleua, Manteca, Sr.

COACH OF THE YEAR/Medium Schools — Eric Reis, Manteca — In his final season as coach at his alma mater, Reis won his third section title, beating Valley Oak League rival Oakdale in the finals, and there was the added joy of coaching his son, standout lineman Kyle Reis.

 

 

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