ALL-TRIBUNE FOOTBALL TEAM - East Valley Tribune: VarsityXtra


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Posted: Monday, December 19, 2005 12:55 pm | Updated: 8:36 am, Fri Oct 7, 2011.

Below are the players on the All-Tribune football team for the 2005 season:

Class 5A

Brice Wilkins Westwood Sr. QB 3-year starter blossomed in ’05 for EVR

Marcus Richmond Dobson Sr. RB Broke school rushing records with 1,900-yard season

Ridge Nielsen Mtn. View Jr. RB Power, speed led to 1,713 yards rushing, 19 TDs

Jay Leal Westwood Sr. SB Two-way player of year in EVR scored 17 TDs

Micah Parker Gilbert Sr. TE Had 36 receptions for 649 yards, 9 TDs

Kerry Taylor Hamilton Jr. WR Big-play receiver had 11 TD receptions

Adam Pederson Hamilton Sr. OL Most consistent and best lineman for state runners-up

Matt Gariboldi Brophy Sr. OL Opened holes for two 1,000-yard rushers

Kyle Tilford Paradise Valley Sr. OL Top lineman for Trojans finished career strong

Blake Behrens Brophy Jr. OL Will anchor line next year

Jeff Hines Mtn. View Sr. OL Paved way for Toros’ potent ground attack

Stefan Demos Horizon Sr. K Booted 13 field goals, is Northwestern bound

Matt Smith Brophy Sr. RS Returned 4 kicks (3 punts, 1 KO) for TDs


Brian Dean Hamilton Sr. DL Collected eight sacks, 3rd on team in tackles

Jon Hargis Red Mountain Sr. DL Teams ran away from ASU-bound 3-year starter

Tyler Chastain Brophy Sr. DL One of solid players on stout Broncos’ line

Gerald Munns Hamilton Sr. LB Fiesta Region defensive POY led team in def. points

Keaton Kristick St. Mary’s Sr. LB Tough as nails two-way player is Oregon St. bound

Sam Nielsen Mtn. Pointe Sr. LB Central Region defensive player of year

Trent Malais Westwood Sr. LB Two-way standout was relentless on defense

Mike Callaghan Brophy Sr. DB Solid run and pass defender, big INT in title game

Clark Lamb Hamilton Sr. DB Had 4 INTs, 3 fumble rec., 5 blocked punts/kicks

Keigan Thompson Westwood Sr. DB Toughest vs. run, good all-around

Brandon Trowbridge Des. Ridge Jr. DB Led Jaguars in tackles, sacks, fumble rec.

Dominic Papa Hamilton Sr. P Averaged 41 yards per punt

Player of Year — Brice Wilkins, Westwood

Coach of Year — Scooter Molander, Brophy (Won 5A-I title in first year as head coach)


Jesse Wheeler Coolidge Jr. QB Threw for 1,808 & 27 TDs, ran for 738 & 7 TDs

Chip Sivak Arcadia Jr. RB Finished with 1,688 yards for 12-1 Titans

Spencer Rothery Chaparral Sr. RB Had 1,285 yards, 24 TDs on team loaded with stars

Reggie Sheffield Valley Christian Sr. RB 2A Metro offensive POY ran for 1,647 yards

Xavier Lucas McClintock Sr. WR 6-4 with great hands; 45 catches for 1,105 yards, 7 TDs

Michael Moorer Cactus ShadowsSr. WR Had 60 receptions for 1,050 yds, 18 TDs

Cody Anderson Apache Jct. Sr. TE Good blocker who is headed to University of Arizona

Turner DeGrassi Arcadia Sr. OL Center opened up big holes in middle of line

Jake Gendreau Chaparral Sr. OL At 6-4, 290, led way for Firebirds’ ground attack

Kyle Groth Valley Christian Sr. OL Big (6-3, 290) and athletic lineman for Trojans

Nick Hernandez Valley Christian Sr. OL Brought attitude (and 280 pounds) to Trojans line

Dominic Gamboa Queen Creek Sr. K Strong leg could earn college scholarship

Kyle Williams Chaparral Sr. RS Scored on first 2 return plays of year, never stopped


Cody Anderson Apache Jct. Sr. DL At times dominated games with 6-5 frame

Rodney Shaw Chaparral Jr. DL Good size, speed. . . and only a junior

Ray Fleming Pinnacle Sr. DL Good pass rusher also effective against the run

J.P. Grako Valley Christian Sr. LB 2A Metro defensive player of the year

Matt Boatman Chaparral Sr. LB Athleticism served him well in Chaparral scheme

Rudy Stegeman Arcadia Sr. LB Palo Verde coach called him best player in 4A-II

Jaime Cassillas Coolidge Sr. LB 3A South defensive player of year

Tyler Porras Saguaro Sr. DB Good football instincts and closing speed

Adam Bailey Chaparral Sr. DB Can play run or pass and likes to hit

Philip Roffi Valley Christian Sr. DB Parlayed size, speed and smarts into success

T.J. White Coolidge Jr. DB Talented player on both sides of ball

Trevor Hankins Chaparral Sr. P Avg. nearly 39 yards per punt with good hang time

Player of Year — Kyle Williams, Chaparral (scored 30 touchdowns)

Coach of Year — Carlo Hernandez, Coolidge (After four title game losses, guided young Bears team to 3A championship)

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