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Tag: Zaheer Webb

Dec.
1st

The News Tribune’s 2011 All-State Football Team


Bellevue High's Tyler Hasty (No. 1) rushed for 117 yards and scored four touchdowns in a win at Lakes. Hasty is The News Tribune's Football State Player of the Year. Photo by Dean J. Koepfler, staff photographer

THE NEWS TRIBUNE’S 2011 ALL-STATE FOOTBALL TEAM

STATE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Tyler Hasty, Bellevue
QB/DB, 5-11, 185, Senior

Hasty makes top-ranked Bellevue’s fine-tuned offensive go and provides pop on defense. He turned in his finest offensive performance in one of the Wolverines’ biggest games, rushing for 113 yards and four TDs on 17 carries in a 35-14 win over Lakes in the quarterfinals on the way to a fourth straight trip to the Class 3A state finals. He also helped run-oriented Bellevue add a passing attack this season, throwing for almost 1,000 yards and 9 TDs. KingCo 3A/2A’s Defensive Player of the Year, Hasty has four interceptions. He has offers from Colorado, Oregon State and Idaho.

COACH OF THE YEAR
Randy Davis, Cascade Christian

Gutted by graduation, the defending Class 1A state champions took early-season lumps, but have found their way to the state finals for the fourth straight season

OFFENSE
QB Max Browne 6-5 210 Jr. Skyline
Completed 71.3 percent of passes for 3,813 yards, 43 TDs and 5 interceptions

RB Matt Hadley 5-11 195 Sr. Connell
BYU recruit ran for 2,162 yards; owns state records for career TDs, points scored

RB Parker Henry 6-0 205 Sr. Skyview
Heart of the Storm rushed for 2,161 yards, 31 TDs, has team in state finals
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Sep.
14th

Football: Two Lakes Lancers commit to Colorado

A pair of Lakes High football players have orally committed to attend the University of Colorado.

Safety Ma’ne Manaea and defensive tackle Zaheer Webb told CU coaches Wednesday night that they’d play ball at the Boulder, Colo., school. La

Manaea, a 5-foot-11, 175-pound senior with a knack for making the big play, projects to be a safety, but Lakes coach Dave Miller believes he could perform at cornerback or slot receiver. Manaea will take his official visit to CU on Oct. 22.

“I think he has really developed a relationship with the coaching staff,” Miller said. “I think he’s excited about being part of a Pac-12 program.”
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