Tonawanda News — When Stone found out he was named MVP, he tried to give the honor to senior wide receiver Ian Gilhousen.
"I (wanted to give) my spot up to Ian because he's the leader of this team," Stone said. "I wouldn't have those runs if he wasn't blocking on the outside."
Truilizio said it's a testament to the kind of person and teammate Stone is that he would make such a gesture.Contact Sports Editor Matt Parrino at 693-1000, ext. 4117.