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2010NOWALL-SUBURBAN FOOTBALL OFFENSE


PLAYER OF THE YEAR RUNNING BACK WIDE RECEIVER GUARD ONLINE VOTING
Lance Baretz, 6-0, 185 Luke Przybylka, 5-8, 200 Brady Oates, 6-1, 171 Nathan Marshall, 6-2, 255 Did you know? Nearly 21,000
Franklin senior Muskego senior Franklin senior Whitnall senior All-Suburban votes were cast at
First-team all-state Led NOW area in Two-time NOW One of few Whitnall mycommunitynow.com during
selection and rushing with more selection was a linemen to stay the 11-day voting period.
two-time NOW than 1,300 yards first-team all-state healthy, a national
choice … focal with 14 touchdowns. choice by finishing powerlifting
point of most … a workhorse who with 46 catches, 940 champion protected HIGH HONORABLE
well-balanced totaled more than yards and 12 TDs – state’s leading MENTION
offense in NOW area. … three- 2,500 yards from scrimmage the all team-highs – in 13 games. … passer Joel Stave the best he QUARTERBACK: Jonathan
year varsity starter accounted for last two seasons. … had just one arguably the best deep threat in could and allowed the senior Lehman, 6-2, 175, Brookfield East
2,061 passing yards on 113-of-175 fumble in 238 carries. … often SEC. … averaged 22.7 yards per quarterback to pass for 2,405 senior
passing (64.6 completion percent- gave up carries to other backs, catch during regular season. … yards. … Woodland Black RUNNING BACK: Kevin
age) with 28 touchdowns vs. only including NOW pick Jordan great route runner with very good lineman of the year. Scroggins, 5-9, 179, Menomonee
six interceptions during regular Gruettner. hands, also improved his blocking Falls senior
season. … finished season with on the edge, helping Franklin rush WIDE RECEIVER: Stephen
2,763 yards and 34 TDs overall for 1,502 yards before the playoffs. GUARD
RUNNING BACK Pelkofer, 6-1, 170, Whitnall junior
and ranks fourth all-time in state Max Vielmetti, 6-3, 255 TIGHT ENDS: Max Beckers, 6-6,
history in career passing yards Chris Smith, 5-6, 187 Homestead 215, Homestead senior; Sam
and touchdowns. … first-team Brown Deer TIGHT END senior Rohr, 6-4, 235, Brookfield Central
all-SEC choice also rushed for 810 senior Anthony Meyer, 6-1, 186, One of only two senior
yards and 16 touchdowns in 13 Lost better part of Franklin senior returning starters on CENTERS: Jeff Bolster, 6-1, 220,
games. last three games of Often lined up on Homestead offensive Muskego junior; Steven Chang,
the regular season offensive line and line, all-state 6-2, 215, Brookfield East senior
due to a foot injury, stayed in to block. honorable mention GUARD: Colin Smith, 6-1, 220,
QUARTERBACK but returning … was most dan- helped team average 31.3 points Muskego junior
All-Suburban choice still gained gerous when he got per game. … great pulling guard TACKLES: Marcus Aprahamian,
Dom Bledsoe, 6-0, 185 1,080 yards on 132 carries (8.2 out running routes, helped quarterback Cody Berger 6-5, 300, Brookfield Central
New Berlin West average) with impressive 21 TDs. which he often did split out as a pass for more than 1,000 yards senior; Drew Jones, 6-2, 225,
senior … small, agile, elusive and wide receiver. … returned from a and running back Antoine Brown Deer senior
The Vikings put in a stronger than he looks. knee injury that kept him out all of Easterling gain close to 1,000 KICKER: Colton Kreckler, 5-10,
new offensive
last season and caught 42 passes rushing yards. 195, West Allis Hale senior; Brett
system this fall and
for 549 yards and seven TDs, Presnal, 6-0, 170, Muskego
Bledsoe was chief WIDE RECEIVER
including the playoffs.
reason for its CENTER
Andrew Brees, 6-3, 185 HONORABLE MENTION
success. … passed for 2,172
Greendale Noah Jankowski, 6-1, 229 QUARTERBACKS: Cody Berger, 6-0,
yards on 115-of-203 passing (56.6 TACKLE
senior Greendale senior 170, Homestead junior; Sam Brick,
percent) with 28 touchdowns (tied 6-3, 195, Greendale junior; Jason
Had more than twice Craig Christian, 6-2, 240 Three-year starter Meichtry, 6-2, 195, Brookfield
for best in NOW area) and eight
as many yards and Franklin junior played with fractured Central junior; Adam Schulz, 6-3,
interceptions during regular 190, Muskego senior; Kyle Veloz, 6-0,
catches and three Left tackle growth plates in each 202, Oak Creek senior; Brett Young-
season. … added 320 rushing
times as many responsible for foot. … responsible beck, 6-0, 175 Brown Deer senior.
yards and eight touchdowns. … RUNNING BACKS: Bennett
receiving TDs as protecting Lance for making three to Hasseldeck, 5-9, 182, Eisenhower
among state’s leaders in passing
any other player on his team. … Baretz’s backside did five calls on any senior; Connor McCullough, 5-11,
all season. 185, Brookfield Central senior
first-team all-state receiver broke a solid job as the given play and a huge reason why WIDE RECEIVERS: Sean
school’s single-season and career anchor of Sabers’ the Panthers totaled more than Andryauskus, 6-1, 160 Brown Deer
senior; Joey Gribble, 6-2, 175, Oak
scoring records. … piled up 39 offensive line. … very good run 3,300 yards and 350 points this Creek senior; Ben Schaefer, 5-10,
QUARTERBACK catches for 804 yards with 12 TDs. and pass blocker, he helped season. … solid long- and 155, Whitnall senior; Evan Walton,
5-11, 179, Franklin senior
Franklin compile 3,722 offensive short-snapper had zero errant TIGHT ENDS: Connor Anderson, 6-1,
Joel Stave, 6-6, 220 yards – 1,502 rushing and 2,220 200, Muskego senior; Kennedy
Whitnall senior WIDE RECEIVER snaps. … two-year captain. Ringelberg, 6-2, 211, Greendale
passing – in regular season. junior
Repeat NOW pick Chad Mathwig, 6-6, 210 CENTERS: Bobby Mussa, 6-1, 275,
led state in passing New Berlin West KICKER Brookfield Central junior; Alec Zoern,
during the regular 6-2, 185 Germantown senior
senior TACKLE Andrew Brees, 6-3, 185 GUARDS: Jamie Klett, 6-1, 210,
season with 2,405 All-state honorable Greendale senior Whitefish Bay senior; Jared Lang,
Sam Versnik, 6-4, 300 5-11, 252, Greenfield junior; Jordan
yards on mention posed All-conference kicker had 31 of 53
West Allis Hale Thompson, 5-10, 232, Brown Deer

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168-for-294 passing matchup problems kickoffs go into the end zone for senior; Steven Utz, 6-5, 246, Eisen-
junior hower senior; Alex Wallner, 6-0, 210,
(57 percent). … passed for 22 all season. … touchbacks. … made 38 of his 40
Next in line in Muskego junior
touchdowns with six interceptions caught 36 passes extra points and three of four TACKLES: Jack Anderson, 6-2, 255,

Versnik family of Germantown senior; Tory Dibb, 6-3,
and also rushed for 245 yards and for 810 yards (22.5 per catch) with regular-season field goals (makes
offensive linemen, 233, Brown Deer senior; Taylor Hoff,
November 25, 2010

six scores. … passed for a a NOW-area best 14 TDs. … from 37, 43 and 46 yards; a miss 6-4, 255, Whitefish Bay senior;
is considered most Jeremy Kindle, 6-0, 215, Muskego
school-record 394 yards and five big-play receiver with great hands from 37). … student of kicking,
dominating run junior; Dylan Martin, 6-2, 260,
touchdowns in a regular season became a great blocker on the he has become a regional-national Brookfield Central senior; Connor
blocker coach Sean Hegerty has McIntosh, 6-3, 250, Muskego junior;
finale. … first-team all-state edge and improved on his short to recruit.
ever seen. … recorded double- Matt Pulizos, 6-5, 273, Greendale
choice and Woodland Black intermediate routes as teams junior; Josh Ruka, 6-6, 290,
digit pancake blocks in every Greenfield junior; Raef Saez, 6-2,
offensive player of the year. started to play him softer in an game. … big man can pull, down 295, Oak Creek senior; Kyle
attempt to take away deep throw. block and pass block well.
Schober, 6-2, 275, Homestead
senior
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