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Class 1B all-state football team

Post by Doug Pacey / The News Tribune on Dec. 10, 2008 at 4:59 pm with No Comments »
December 10, 2008 4:59 pm

Just received this from Bsports.org.


2008 Bsports.org 1B All-State Football Team


The following 1B Football All-State Team was voted on by the 1B coaches throughout the entire State, select media members, and the staff at Bsports.org. The selection process is done strictly by votes from all eligible voting members. We received votes from 84 percent of all coaches throughout the State for this years team.


1B Player of the Year

Garrett Blauert, Lacrosse-Washtucna-Kahlotus, RB/DB


2008 Statistics

Offense


Rushing: 317 carries, 2,814 yards, 8.9 ypc, 33 touchdowns

Receiving: 31 receptions, 714 yards, 11 touchdowns Total Yards: 3,528 Total Touchdowns: 44


Defense

Total Tackles: 90

Interceptions: 5


Garrett Blauert had 317 carries this year and he held on to the football in 316 of them till the whistle blew. Even that one fumble is arguable since it was on the quarterback/running back exchange. But none-the-less, the 5-10, 155 pound junior running back from L-W-K certainly carried the load for the Tigercats in more ways than one. He rushed for 1,094 yards in the playoffs alone. He turned in 225 against Columbia, 273 against Odessa, 301 against Cusick, and finally 295 against Wishkah Valley in the State Championship game. He even found time to return a punt for a touchdown somewhere along the line.


Defensively he always had tough assignments. He made 90 tackles from his defensive back position, while intercepting five passes as well. “We always gave him tough assignments,” said L-W-K head coach Jeff Nelson. “We often gave him the wide side of the field and/or he was matched up against the other teams best receiving threat.”


A Southeast League Championship, a State Championship, a perfect record (13-0), and now, the Bsports.org 1B “Player of the Year!” Almost as perfect as his carries to fumble ratio.


Click below to see the Offensive and Defensive players of the year, along with complete all-state teams for Class 1B.



1B Offensive Player of the Year

Dustin Tom, Lummi, QB


2008 Statistics

Offense


Passing: 293 completions, 403 attempts, 72.8 comp %, 5,268 yds, 64 td’s/11 int’s

Rushing: 82 rushes, 421 yards, 5.1 ypc, 12 td’s

Total Yards: 5,689

Total Touchdowns: 76


Dustin Tom re-wrote the WIAA State Football 1B record books this season. He set a new single season passing yards mark with 5,268 yards. That broke the old mark set by TCP’s Will Hoppes (2007) by 1,442 yards. He also set a new completions record for a single season with 293, also passing will Hoppes (2007) mark of 229 by 64 completions. He completed 46 passes in one game, another new record. He threw 64 touchdown passes, another new record passing former Pateros quarterback Patrick Hunter (1995) and Will Hopes (2008) by 14 as they have passed for 50 in a season. Another single season State record he set was for Total Offense (passing & rushing) in a season. e finished with 5,689 yards, besting (once again) Will Hoppes by over 1,000 yards, who this season had 4,617 which also passed the old record.


1B Defensive Player of the Year

Nick Marsh, Wishkah Valley, LB


2008 Statistics

Defense


Total Tackles: 105

Interceptions: 5

Sacks: 3

Forced Fumbles: 3

Defensive Touchdowns: 2


Nick Marsh had a fantastic senior season on both sides of the ball for the Loggers in 2008. But defensively he seemed to stand out even more. His numbers are not enormous due to the lack of playing three and four quarters on defense throughout the season. His athleticism at linebacker was evident against the most formidable opponents. Against L-W-K twice and Lake Quinault (twice), as well as Neah Bay, Marsh turned in some great performances on the defensive side of the ball. He played downhill against the run and could turn and play defensive back with the best of them on the very next play. He led his team to the Gridiron Classic where the game would go to the final seconds before the outcome was certain. The Loggers swept through the PCL South Division as League champs and certainly put their mark on the 2008 1B season.


1B Coach of the Year

Jeff Nelson, Lacrosse-Washtucna-Kahlotus


After going 5-5 just a year ago and losing the Regional NE/SE quarterfinal to Odessa by the 45 point rule, coach Nelson rebounded and turned in a perfect season (13-0) in 2008. His team was tested time and time again by only winning by a 24 point margin overall to Wishkah Valley (twice), Cusick, and Tri-Cities Prep combined. His team passed the test, coach Nelson passed the test.


He earned his 5th State Championship in as many Tacoma Dome title game appearances.


1B First-Team Offense

QB – Will Hoppes, TCP, Jr.

RB – Taylor Gregg, Touchet, Sr.

RB – Johnny Boggs, Wishkah Valley, Sr.

RB – Dustin Villegas, Cusick, Sr.

FB – Cody Bennett, L-W-K, Sr.

TE – Nathan Marsh, Wishkah Valley, Soph.

WR- Gale Jefferson, Lummi, Sr.

WR- Aaron Bruya, Odessa, Jr.

WR- Andrew LeBrun, TCP, Sr.

OC – Reid Ashley, ACH, Jr.

OL – Andy Read, Odessa, Sr.

OL – Seth Weeks, L-W-K, Sr.

OL – Kevin Villegas, Cusick, Soph.


1B First-Team Defense

NG – Reid Ashley, ACH, Jr.

DL – Andy Read, Odessa, Sr.

DL – Harry Peterson, Lake Quinault, Sr.

DE – Beaux Martin, L-W-K, Sr.

DE – Bobby Tucker, Wishkah Valley, Sr.

LB – Dustin Villegas, Cusick, Sr.

LB – Taylor Gregg, Touchet, Sr.

LB – Garrett Whitney, L-W-K, Soph.

LB – Matt Hendershott, Cusick, Sr.

DB – Spencer Shanholtzer, Cusick, Jr.

DB – Justin Aune, L-W-K, Sr.

DB – Johnny Boggs, Wishkah Valley, Sr.

DB – Michael Mayton, Lake Quinault, Sr.


1B Second-Team Offense

QB – Spencer Shanholtzer, Cusick Jr.

RB – Michael Mayton, Lake Quinault, Sr.

RB – Jake Webster, Easton-Thorp, Sr.

RB – Dylen Heaward, Crescent, Jr.

FB – Grayson Sizemore, ACH, Sr.

TE – Beaux Martin, L-W-K, Sr.

WR- Ray Jefferson, Lummi, Sr.

WR- Daniel Stang, Cusick, Sr.

WR- Tyler Edwards, Cusick, Soph.

OC – Nelson Montenegro, Lummi, Sr.

OL – Bobby Tucker, Wishkah Valley, Sr.

OL – Anthony Bennett, L-W-K,

OL – Jay Orth, TCP, Jr.


1B Second-Team Defense

NG – Kevin Villegas, Cusick, Soph.

DL – Shane DePoe, Neah Bay, Sr.

DL – Bradley Helberg, Wishkah Valley, Soph.

DE – Tony Washington, Lummi, Sr.

DE – Gary Marmes, L-W-K, Jr.

LB – Trevor Johnson, St. John-Endicott, Jr.

LB – Will Hoppes, TCP, Jr.

LB – Cody Bennett, L-W-K, Sr.

LB – Jake Webster, Easton-Thorp, Sr.

DB – Gale Jefferson, Lummi, Sr.

DB – Aaron Bruya, Odessa, Jr.

DB – Daniel Wareham, Wishkah Valley, Jr.

DB – Saul Martinez, Touchet, Sr.


1B Third-Team Offense

QB – Nick Marsh, Wishkah Valley, Sr.

QB – Justin Aune, L-W-K, Sr. (tie)

RB – Henry Matai, L-K-W, Soph.

RB – Sam Robertson, Colton-PC, Jr.

RB – Erik Akin, Neah Bay, Sr.

FB – Juan Castillo, Touchet, Sr.

TE – Ethan Buffington, Lake Quinault

TE – Antonio Ledesma, TCP, Jr.

WR- Rafael Magana, TCP, Sr.

WR- Seth Nelson, Wishkah Valley, Sr.

OC – Travis Smith, Cusick, Sr.

OL – Bradley Helberg, wishkah Valley, Soph. (tie) OL – Billy Secor, Neah Bay, Sr.

OL – Michael Sipes, Columbia, Jr.

OL – Quade Henderson, ACH, Sr.

OL – Cameron Benner, Wishkah Valley, Sr. (tie)


1B “hird-Team Defense

NG – Taran Bowlby, Clallam Bay, Jr.

DL – Travis Bohannon, Crescent,

DL – Cameron Benner, Wishkah Valley, Sr.

DE – Antonio Ledesma, TCP, Jr.

DE – Elijah Willis, Taholah, Sr.

DE – Robert Ives, Cusick, Jr. (tie)

LB – Grayson Sizemore, ACH, Sr.

LB – Henry Matai, L-K-W, Soph.

LB – Juan Castillo, Touchet, Sr.

LB – Jon Tolliver, Neah Bay, Sr.

LB – Shawn Dahlenburg, ACH, Sr. (tie)

DB – Drex Doherty, Neah Bay, Soph.

DB – David James, Lummi, Jr.

DB – Andrew LeBrun, TCP, Sr.

DB – Daniel Stang, Cusick, Sr.

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