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December 7, 2013

ALL-TONAWANDA NEWS FOOTBALL TEAM

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Tonawanda News — TIGHT END

Connor Pumm, Tonawanda

Stats: 354 receiving yards, 3 receiving TDs, 55 tackles, 2 interception, 1 defensive TD.HONORABLE MENTION

Scoop: First-team Class C offensive selection. The senior could line up inside with his hand on the ground or as a wide receiver, giving his QB a versatile and large target in all areas of the game.

OFFENSIVE LINE

Will Galley, Tonawanda

Scoop: First-team offensive selection for Class C. The senior anchored one of the top units in the division with his size and power. He finished the season with 56 tackles and 3 fumble recoveries on defense. Coach Rob Gross called him one of top lineman he’s ever coached.

Ryan Osborn, North Tonawanda

Scoop: Second-team offensive selection for Class A. The senior recorded 16 tackles and 4 sacks on defense, while acting as the clear-cut leader of an offensive line unit that set QB Chris Woodard loose for over 2,300 total yards.

Matt Rymarczyk, Kenmore East

Scoop: First-team Class A offensive selection. The junior captain had 19 tackles and led the team with six sacks on defense. Many coaches in the A division regard Rymarczyk as one of the most dominant lineman in the area, requiring special attention when game planning for the Bulldogs.

James Stewart, Kenmore West

Scoop: First-team Class AA offensive selection. Finished with 29 total tackles on defense, but his presence was felt most on the offensive line. He was the big cog in a line that blocked for News Player of the Year Alex Price.

Tyler Hill, St. Joe’s

Scoop: The senior played all over the field for the Marauders. He recorded 50 tackles on defense, a sack, an interception for a touchdown and he also caught 14 passes at tight end for 249 yards.

DEFENSIVE LINE

Alex Molik, North Tonawanda

Stats: 23 tackles, 1 tackle for a loss, 5 sacks, 1 forced fumble, 1 fumble recovery.

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