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    Knights, Mustangs claim football league honors

  • North Valley senior quarterback Tristan Burke was named the Skyline Conference football offensive player of the year, while Todd Willaman took home coach of the year honors for the Knights.
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  • North Valley senior quarterback Tristan Burke was named the Skyline Conference football offensive player of the year, while Todd Willaman took home coach of the year honors for the Knights.
    North Valley had four others named to the first team (offensive linemen Cody Toller and Garrett Farmer, running back Austin Neill and receiver Kyle Rose), while Hidden Valley had two (offensive lineman Anthony Jarvis and receiver Joe Wardle).
    Skyline Conference Football All Stars
    FIRST TEAM
    Offense
    OL — Keil Repose, Klamath Union Sr
    OL — Jordan Walle, Klamath Union Sr.
    OL — Cody Toller, North Valley Sr.
    OL — Garrett Farmer, North Valley Sr.
    OL — Anthony Jarvis, Hidden Valley Sr.
    RB — Jonathan Munoz, Klamath Union Jr.
    RB —Austin Neill, North Valley Sr.
    WR — Mitch Mirande, Klamath Union Sr.
    WR — Jack Bell, Klamath Union So.
    WR — Kyle Rose, North Valley Sr.
    WR — Joe Wardle, Hidden Valley, Sr.
    QB — Tristan Burke, North Valley Sr.
    Offensive Player of the Year — Tristan Burke, North Valley.
    Coach Of the Year — Todd Willaman, North Valley.
    Defense
    DL — Keli Repose, Klamath Union Sr.
    DB — Cody Toller, North Valley Sr.
    DL — Garrett Farmer, North Valley Sr.
    DL — Brian Peebles, Hidden Valley Sr.
    LB — Eric Montgomery, Klamath Union Sr.
    LB — Jonathan Munoz, Klamath Union Jr.
    LB — Curtis Roberts, North Valley Sr.
    LB — Brad Hyatt, Hidden Valley Sr.
    DB — Albert Depew, Klamath Union Sr.
    DB — Tristan Burke, North Valley Sr.
    DB — Austin Neill, North Valley Sr.
    DB — Andrew Reynoso, Phoenix Jr.
    Defensive Player of the Year — Eric Montgomery, Klamath Union
    SECOND TEAM
    Offense
    OL — Ron Rose, Mazama, Jr.
    OL — Phil Raffaely, Klamath Union Sr.
    OL — Frankie Calzada, North Valley Sr.
    OL — Brian Peebles, Hidden Valley Sr.
    OL — Chance Biles, Hidden Valley Sr.
    RB — Tyson Morris, Phoenix Jr.
    RB — Isa Daibes, Klamath Union Sr.
    WR — JJ Chirnside, North Valley Sr.
    WR —Jessie Guthrie, North Valley Sr.
    WR — Jose Deras, Phoenix Jr.
    WR — Tyler Butler, Klamath Union Sr.
    QB — Tyler Gulbransen, Hidden Valley Sr.
    QB — Andrew Reynoso, Phoenix Jr.
    Defense
    DL — Mitch Saunders, Mazama So.
    DL — Will Ruiz, Klamath Union Sr.
    DL — Joseph Calzada, North Valley Jr.
    DL — Anthony Jarvis, Hidden Valley Sr.
    LB — Eddie Medina, Mazama So
    LB — Josh Overstreet, Henley Jr.
    LB — Jesse Guthrie, North Valley Sr.
    LB — Bryce Ausland, Hidden Valley Sr.
    DB — Levi Huffenberger, Mazama Sr.
    DB — Joe Wardle, Hidden Valley Sr.
    DB — Tyler Butler, Klamath Union Sr.
    DB — Michael LaFlamme, North Valley Sr.
    HONORABLE MENTION
    Offensive Line
    Caleb McInnis, Henley, Jr.; Ismael Rubio, Phoenix, Jr.; Travis Treadway, Phoenix, Jr.; Xavior Rodriguez, Klamath Union, Sr.; Devin Hinthorne, Hidden Valley, Sr.; Chris Meyer, Hidden Valley, Sr.
    Running Back
    Kyler Smith, North Valley, Jr.
    Wide Receiver
    Kelly Greif, Henley, Jr.; Bryce Ausland, Hidden Valley, Sr.; Curtis Roberts, North Valley, Sr.
    Defensive Line
    Matt Walsh, Henley, Sr.; Trevor Derra, Mazama, Sr.; Isa Daibes, Klamath Union, Sr.; Ovie Maheu, Phoenix, Jr.; Chance Biles, Hidden Valley, Sr.
    Linebacker
    Jesse Hilyard, Henley, Jr.; Tyson Morris, Phoenix, Jr.; Ismael Rubio, Phoenix, Jr.; Brent Ottosen, Hidden Valley, Jr.; Travis Gray, North Valley, Jr.; Shane Healy, Mazama, Jr.
    Defensive Back
    Zech Bresser, Henley, Jr.; Tyler Gulbransen, Hidden Valley, Sr.; Joe Whisler, Klamath Union, Sr.; Ronnie Resser, Henley, Sr.; Cody Dykstra, Henley, Jr.
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