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Nominations Finalized
For Two All-Star Teams

by Newton Nichols

     

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The Vintage Era All-Star
Football Team Nominations

by Robert Bonar

RUNNING BACKS


1. Noel Bland (1929-1932). Four-year letterman at tackle and fullback; captain of first Little Mountaineer Conference team in 1932. Incomplete records show him to be leading scorer on the team as a senior. Nominated by Cecil Wolverton.

2. James Blosser (1947-50). Two-year starting fullback was part of Calhoun’s potent late-forties backfield; scored 20 career rushing touchdowns and 126 points; twice named to All-LKC team and was honorable mention on 1950 All-State team.

3. Lee Evans (1963-64). Halfback scored 12 rushing touch-downs and 75 points as a senior, second in LKC; named to first team all-LKC and honorable mention on All-State team in 1964; selected to Coach and Athlete Magazine’s All-America football squad as honorable mention. Nominated by Phyllis Evans.

4. Orman Ewing (1938). All-around athlete known for his rushing, passing and kicking; first Calhoun player to gain statewide notoriety. He rushed for 1400+ yards and led the team in scoring in his only year; made third team All-State, first team Little Mountaineer Conference, and played in North-South game.

5. Glen Fowler (1938-40). Led team in scoring and ran the offense from the fullback position as a senior; made first team All-Little Mountaineer Conference in 1940 and scored at least 17 career rushing touchdowns.

6. Ronald Godfrey (1947-50). Two-year starter at halfback; was among team leaders in scoring from 1948-50; made All-LKC first team twice and mentioned on All-State his junior and senior years; scored 23 career touchdowns and 141 points.

7. Terry Hartshorn (1971-73). Scored 20 career touchdowns and 147 points; recovered at least four fumbles as a defensive back; made All-LKC as a senior on offense and defense and mentioned on AA All-State team.

8. David Hathaway (1955-58). Two-year starter at halfback, topped 100 points twice, missed LKC scoring lead by a slim margin both times; 253 career points ranks fourth in school history and most in the vintage era; made first team All-State and LKC in 1958; mentioned on All-State team in 1957.

9. Dan Heiney (1963). Halfback rushed for 1,021 yards and scored 105 points to lead team in his only season; made first team All-LKC and mentioned on All-State team in 1963.

10. Doyle Hupp (1975-78). Led team in scoring his senior year and rushed for 1,149 yards; ended career with nine rushing touchdowns and 84 career points; made first team All-LKC and mentioned on All-State team in 1978.

11. Lennis Johnson (1947-49). Two-year starting left halfback led team in scoring as a senior; 196 career points ranks sixth all-time and second in vintage era; twice made first team All-LKC, including unanimous selection as captain in 1948; also honorable mention on 1949 All-State team.

12. Johnny Queen (1967-70). Led team in scoring his junior and senior years, rushed for over 1000 yards and scored 100 points in 1970; started at defensive back as a freshman, two-way starter remainder of career; 18 career rushing touchdowns and 124 points; mentioned on 1969 All-LKC team and made first team in 1970.

13. Terry Richards (1962-65). Versatile player excelled as a running back and receiver; led team in scoring, rushing and receiving as a senior; scored 23 touchdowns (15 rushing, five receiving, three returns) and 141 points during career, 10th on all-time list; made first team LKC and honorable mention All-State in 1965.

14. Jim Riddle (1923-25). Three-year letterman was leading rusher for first three years of Calhoun football; paced team in 1924 when the offense scored 33.5 points per game, third highest average in Red Devil history.

15. Harold “Mug” Stump (1935-38). Starter at halfback his sophomore and junior years, led team in scoring in 1937, second in 1938 despite seeing limited duty. Incomplete records show 19 rushing touchdowns and 124 career points.

16. Harry Vannoy (1953-56). Three-year starter led team in scoring as a sophomore, among team leaders final two seasons; scored 23 career rushing touchdowns; 166 points ranks him eighth all-time, fourth in the vintage era; twice mentioned on All-State team; made All-LKC in 1955.

17. Tuck Waldo (1923-24). Two-year starter was blocking quarterback on first Calhoun football team, among team’s leading scorers both years; Calhoun averaged 33.5 points in Waldo’s final year; went on to play college football at Glenville State.

18. Jimmy White (1947-48). Led team with 122 points in 1948, a single-season record at the time; in his only season as starting halfback, set single-game school records for touchdowns (seven, since tied), points (44) and rushing yards (over 400); made second-team All-LKC in 1948.

19. Alan Yoak (1966-68). Two-year starter led team in points scored as a junior and senior; ended career with 17 rushing touchdowns and 119 points; named first team All-LKC in 1967 and mentioned on All-State team in 1967 and 1968.


QUARTERBACKS


20. Jack Barnes (1954-57). Had five touchdown passes as a senior; earned honorable mention on 1957 All-State team as an end.

21. Mike Batten (1973-75). Two-year starter had eight career touchdown passes and scored four rushing touchdowns; mentioned on 1975 LKC and All-State teams.

22. Cleon Boyce (1947-49). Two-year starter as blocking quarterback; Red Devil backs scored 87 rushing touchdowns with his blocking; added two more himself.

23. Jerry Burch (1959-62). Three-year starter at quarterback, started freshman year at defensive back; threw 17 career touchdown passes and rushed for four more; named honorable mention on 1962 LKC team.

24. Tim Davis (1975-78). Shared time as a sophomore, took over the position as a junior and senior; threw nine career touchdown passes and scored six; named first team All-LKC in 1978, twice mentioned on All-State teams.

25. Gene D’Orazio (1963). Started at quarterback, defensive back and placekicker his only varsity season; threw seven touchdown passes, scored one rushing and one on interception return; kicked extra points and completed 35-of-90 passes; team finished with 6-3-1 record; named honorable mention on LKC team.

26. Phil D’Orazio (1962-64). Starter at halfback as a junior, moved to quarterback as a senior; four touchdown passes and rushed for four as a senior; team was 6-3-1; honorable mention on 1964 LKC and All-State teams.

27. Raymond Ewing (1938-39). Two-year letterman at halfback and blocking quarterback; teams were 13-7 during time as a starter; rushed for at least five touchdowns; two-time All-Conference selection and honorable mention on 1939 All-State team as quarterback.

28. Rue Schoolcraft (1931-34). Two-year starter as passing fullback; made first team all conference in 1933 and led team to 12-4-2 record. Partial stats show at least five career touchdown passes, but undoubtedly had more as coach Hamrick’s teams were known for aerial attack.

29. Charles “Mug” Stump (1941-44). Lettered in all three backfield positions, excelled on special teams; had four touchdown passes as a senior, scored three rushing and returned a punt 91 yards, a school record; team was 14-4-3 with him as starter.


OFFENSIVE ENDS


30. Bob Bailess (1951-53). Two-year letterman made All-LKC South team and third team All-State in 1953, when he caught three touchdown passes; participated in 1954 North/South game and played for WVU’s freshman squad.

31. Gary Bailey (1960-62). Caught a touchdown pass and three extra points as a senior; earned honorable mention on 1962 All-LKC team. Nominated by Cecil Wolverton.

32. Bruce Bates (1970-72). Caught four touchdown passes as a senior; mentioned on All-LKC team.

33. Larry Cottrell (1959-61). Two-year starter caught four touchdown passes and scored 39 career points; made second team All-LKC as a senior.

34. Bill Cramer (1932-34). Two-year starter had at least eight career touchdown catches and 51 career points (records are incomplete); led team in scoring and made first team All-Little Mountaineer Conference in 1933.

35. Clyde Downs (1935-37). Lettered two years at end, excelled at offense and defense; had at least five career touchdown catches and 39 points; contributed to eight blocked punts against Spencer in 1937; named to second team All-Little Mountaineer Conference as a senior.

36. Mark Frame (1972-75). Two-year starter excelled at defensive end and scored 14 points on offense; mentioned on All-LKC team as a senior on offense and defense.

37. Fred Hannah (1974-76). Two-year starter had four career touchdown receptions and 36 points; led team in scoring, receiving and tackles as a senior; selected to All-LKC first team at end and second team as defensive back in 1976.

38. Dean Hupp (1948-50). Tallied 43 career points via run, pass and interception returns; first team All-LKC and All-State honorable mention in 1950.

39. Fred Lowe (1950-52). All-LKC end in 1952 snagged a touchdown pass and two extra points in a run-oriented offense; started as a junior and senior. Nominated by Cecil Wolverton.

40. Bob Lynch (1932-35). Started at end as a senior; made second team All-Little Mountaineer Conference and participated in 1936 North-South game.

41. Paul Powell (1929-30). Considered the best wingman in Calhoun’s first decade of football; started two years at left end; opponents gained little yardage around his side of the line; caught at least three touchdown passes.


CENTERS


42. Garland Buck (1945-47). Started at center midway through 1945, was a mainstay for next two years; Calhoun was 17-4-1 with him at center; made first team All-LKC in 1947.

43. Orvin Buck (1947-49). Started at center as a senior; Calhoun went 8-1-1; particular honorable mention on 1949 All-State team and second team All-LKC.

44. J.R. Cunningham (1934-37). Three-year starter; Red Raiders went 26-5-2 with him at center; placed on All-Little Mountaineer Conference third team in 1937.

45. Tom Hale (1956-59). Three-year letterman was honorable mention on 1958 LKC team and on LKC and All-State teams in 1959.

46. Vearl Haynes (1954-57). Starter at center and end; made second team All-State in 1956; lettered at WVU in 1959 at center.

47. Rymer “Doc” Law (1932-33). Two-time first team All-Little Mountaineer Conference selection.

48. Marshall Morrison (1974-77). Three-year letterman made first team LKC and second team All-State on offense in 1977.

49. Ernie Mollohan (1923-25). Two-year starter at center before switching to halfback as a senior; was center in Calhoun’s first football game; part of defensive line that did not allow a point in 1924. Nominated by Cecil Wolverton.

50. Robert Mollohan (1925-28). Three-year starter; team was 13-8-2 with him at center.

51. Donnie Price (1969-71). Three-year letterman made first team LKC and AA All-State in 1971; was honorable mention on 1970 All-State team and 1969-70 LKC teams.

52. Scottie Westfall (1948-51). Versatile player shifted to center in 1950 before becoming a blocking quarterback as a senior; two- time All-LKC and honorable mention on 1950 and 1951 All-State teams.

53. Leon “Big” Yoak (1938-41). Two-time All Conference selection; Calhoun was 19-9-2 in his three years as starter.


GUARDS


54. Gordon Allen (1940-42). Three-year starter at guard earned spot on 1940 Little Mountaineer Conference team as honorable mention; 1941 team allowed an average of only four points per game; 1942 team allowed seven points in seven games.

55. Ralph J. Cunningham (1969-72). Four-year letterman was honorable mention on All-LKC team in 1970 and 1972; started at guard midway through freshman year and remained at position.

56. Glenn Farrar (1937-38). Two-year starter was mentioned on All-Little Mountaineer Conference team both years.

57. Drexel Ice (1947-49). Two-year starter at right guard was a particular honorable mention on All-State team and overwhelming selection for captain of All-LKC team in 1949.

58. Kenneth Jarvis (1957-59). Second team All-LKC and third team All-State in 1959.

59. Harry Knotts (1947-50). First team All-LKC and honorable mention All-State in 1950.

60. Parker McDonald (1933-36). Two-year starter at left guard; selected to All-Little Mountaineer Conference team both years.

61. John Miller (1960-62). First team All-LKC and honorable mention All-State in 1962.

62. Jack Stump (1938-40). Two-year starter at left guard; selected to All-Little Mountaineer Conference team both years.

63. Harry Taylor (1961-63). Two-year starter at left guard made first team All-LKC and honorable mention All-State in 1963.

64. Eli Tingler (1967-70). First team All-LKC and special honorable mention All-State in 1970; mentioned on 1969 LKC team.

65. Jake Westfall (1973-75). Saw time at tackle, center, guard and defensive back; first team All-State at guard in 1975; named to All-LKC offensive and defensive teams as a junior and senior.


TACKLES


66. Don Burch (1956-58). Two-year starter made first team All-LKC in 1957 and 1958; honorable mention All-State both years.

67. Bob Davis (1953-55). Two-year starter at tackle made first team All-LKC and mentioned on All-State team as a senior; recovered fumble against Ripley in 1955 for his only career touchdown. Nominated by Cecil Wolverton.

68. Steve Ferrell (1973-75). Honorable mention on 1974 and 1975 LKC teams.

69. Jim Garretson
(1970-73). Three-year starter played tackle on offense and linebacker on defense; All-State honorable mention in 1971, 1972 and 1973; placed on All-LKC team three times, including first team honors in 1972.

70. Lee “Ox” Johnson (1952-54). Two-year starter at tackle; first team All-LKC and honorable mention All-State in 1954.

71. Romeo McDonald (1928-30). Three-year starter at guard, fullback and tackle; first Calhoun player to make an impact at the collegiate level, lettering for WVU in 1932 and 1933 at tackle.

72. Leon Nitz (1935-37). Two-year starter at right tackle; twice named to All-Little Mountaineer Conference teams.

73. Elmer “Red” Phillips (1938-41). Three-year starter at left tackle; honorable mention on 1939 All-Little Mountaineer Conference team; first team selection the next year.

74. Juarette Poling (1933-36). Three-year starter at left tackle was named to Charleston Daily Mail’s second All-State team; two-time All-Conference selection.

75. Gary Poling (1971-74). Played tackle on offense and defense; recovered at least five fumbles in career; two-time All-LKC honorable mention.

76. Terry Robinson (1966-69). Three-year starter at offensive and defensive tackle; captain of the Red Devils; honorable mention on LKC and All-State teams in 1969.

77. Bill Shock (1952-54). Tackle on defense and guard on offense; first team All-LKC and honorable mention All-State in 1954 as a tackle.

78. Richard Stump (1947-50). Three-year starter was first Calhoun player to make first team All-State in 1950; mentioned on All-State second team in 1949 and twice on LKC first team.


DEFENSIVE BACKS/LINEBACKERS


79. Wesley Chenoweth (1930-31). South Charleston transfer started two years for Calhoun at safety; described as a hard tackler who returned punts well; also called signals for the team as a halfback on offense; anchored a backfield that allowed just over a touchdown per game his junior and senior years.

80. Jim Garretson (1970-73). Three-year starter played tackle on offense and linebacker on defense; ranked among team lead in tackles and recovered at least two fumbles in career; All-State honorable mention in 1971, 1972 and 1973; placed on All-LKC team three times, including first team honors in 1972.

81. Frank Goff (1974-76). Three-year starter on offense and defense, including three years at linebacker and two at offensive guard; recovered at least six fumbles in career and was one of the team’s leading tacklers; named honorable mention on 1975 All-State team and made All-LKC team three times as a linebacker.

82. Phillip “Duke” Hardway (1974-77). Linebacker made first team All-LKC in 1977 and mentioned on All-State team; returned a fumble 69 yards for a touchdown against South Harrison, a school record.

83. Wayne “Pokey” Hardway (1975-78). Two-year starter at defensive back; played guard on offense and was placekicker as a junior and senior; selected as captain of LKC defensive team in 1978. Nominated by Mike McCartney.

84. Rick Johnson (1974). Parkersburg High transfer had at least one interception and two fumble recoveries in his only year at CCHS; made honorable mention on 1974 All-State team and was placed on LKC offensive and defensive teams.

85. Henry Kight (1924-26). Starting left halfback for three years led team in scoring in 1926; noted for excellent defensive work; returned interception and fumble for touchdowns as a senior.

86. Danny “Nub” Marks
(1976-78). Two-year starter at linebacker and offensive lineman; handled placekicking duties as a senior; second team All-LKC defense and special honorable mention All-State as linebacker. Nominated by Mike McCartney.

87. Jim Rothwell (1935). Excelled as a blocking quarterback and defensive back in only year as a varsity player; among team’s leading scorers; returned an interception 98 yards for a touchdown against Tyler County, a school record.


DEFENSIVE ENDS


88. Clyde Downs (1935-37). Lettered two years at end and excelled at offense and defense; had at least five career touchdown catches and 39 points; contributed to eight blocked punts against Spencer in 1937; named to second team All-Little Mountaineer Conference as a senior.

89. Mark Frame (1972-75). Two-year starter excelled at defensive end and scored 14 points on offense; mentioned on All-LKC team as a senior on offense and defense.

90. Leon Gibson (1936-38). Two-year starter made first team All-Little Mountaineer Conference and All-State honorable mention as a senior.

91. Roger Maze (1954-56). Two-year starter; outstanding work on defense and special teams; named first team All-State and All-LKC as a senior.

92. Bruce Moles (1975-78). Alternated as starter as a sophomore and took over the position his junior and senior years; led team in receptions as a senior; scored 24 points in 1977-78; selected to All-LKC first team at defensive end.

93. David Oles (1923-24). Two-year starter at end; noted for defensive work; returned interception for a touchdown in 1924, a year in which Calhoun’s defense did not allow a point.

94. Paul Powell (1929-30). Considered best wingman in Calhoun’s first decade of football; started two years at left end; opponents gained little yardage around his side of the line; also a reliable pass receiver.

95. Lowell Weekley (1948-50). Three-year letterman at end made second team All-LKC in 1950; Red Devils allowed less than a touchdown per game in his two years as a starter. Nominated by Cecil Wolverton.


PLACEKICKERS


96. Don Burch (1956-58). Three-year starter at tackle was also a reliable placekicker; converted 20 career points after touchdown.

97. Terry Hartshorn (1971-73). Halfback also excelled as placekicker, converting 14 career extra points; first successful field goal in CCHS history.

98. Bob Huffman (1952). Started the season as a water boy, but came off the bench in mid-season to convert 11-of-13 attempts.

99. Bill Powell (1947-50). Halfback was team’s placekicker as a junior and senior; converted 13 points after touchdown.

100. Mike Propst (1967-70). Three-year kicker converted 10 points after touchdown his sophomore and senior seasons; opportunities for extra points were limited his junior season due to new two-point conversion rule which had coaches trying for extra points from scrimmage. Nominated by Joe Morris.

101. Joe Riddle (1947-48). Starting fullback and placekicker successfully converted 11 points after touchdown as a senior.

102. Bob Stevens (1965,1967). Tackle performed placekicking duties as a sophomore and senior; converted 15 kicks.

103. Kenneth Stump (1932-35). Fullback doubled as placekicker for three years. Records (less than 50% complete) show he kicked 10 points.

The Modern Era All-Star Football Team Nominations
by Newton Nichols

OFFENSIVE BACKS


104. Charlie Carpenter (1981). Rushed for 1,045 yards on 212 carries as a senior, his only season at running back.

105. Brian Evans (1988-91). Rushed for 1,324 yards as a senior; combined with fellow senior Brian Stump (1,539) for 2,863 yards; had 1,028 yards as a junior; scored over 100 points both years. Career total: 622-2,992 (3rd best); 298 points (2nd best).

106. Paul Goodrich (2002-05). Set season rushing record of 2,050 yards on 270 carries (7.6) in 2005, while scoring 166 points and leading the team to an appearance in the playoffs--the second in school history. Career total: 375-2,585 (6th best); 180 points (5th best). First team All-State in 2004 and 2005.

107. Tracy Haught (1982-84). He had three 1,000+ seasons: 1982, 1,051; 1983, 1,534; and 1984, 1,558; led the team to its first playoff appearance in 1983 and led the state in scoring with 144 points the same year. Career total: 778-4,143 (school record); 340 points (school record). Named to first team All-State.

108. Zack Hopkins (1997-99). Rushed for 1,054 yards on 190 carries as a senior. Career total: 261-1,337 (10th best). (Additional information by Beth Hopkins: Most valuable player for 1999 season; led team in tackles as a senior with 130.)

109. Eric McCartney (1998). Rushed for 1,019 yards on 178 carries as a senior, his only season at running back.

110. Eric Metz (2000-03). Back-to-back 1,000+ seasons, 2002, 1,003, and 2003, 1,160. Career total: 385-2,242 (7th best); 138 points (6th best).

111. Justin Price (2001-04). Rushed for 1,798 yards (2nd best) on 202 carries (8.9) in 2004 and set modern day scoring record with 184 points. Career total: 370-2,817 (5th best); 274 points (3rd best). First team All-State in 2004.

112. Jason Rider (1992-95). Back-to-back 1,000+ seasons, 1994, 1,145, and 1995, 1,065. Career total: 600-2,976 (4th best); 106 points (8th best).

113. Brian Stump (1988-91). Rushed for 1,539 yards as a senior, combined with fellow senior Brian Evans (1,324) for 2,863 yards. Career total: 444-3,457 (2nd best); 220 points (4th best). First team All-State in 1991.


QUARTERBACKS


114. Matt Houchin (2004-  ). This year’s senior set school passing records the past two seasons: 2005, 863 yards (8 TDs); 2006, 900 yards (10 TDs). Career total: 1,763 yards (1st) and 18 touchdowns (1st).

115. Zach Houchin (2000-03). Threw for 746 yards (5th best) as a senior. Career total: 122 (2nd best) of 305, 1,451 yards (3rd best).

116. Todd Molessa (1985-87). His best year was as a sophomore, when he completed 43 of 94 passes for 529 yards (7th best). Career total: 78 (4th best) of 190 passes for 1,072 yards (4th best).

117. Jason Stevens (1994-97). As a senior, he completed 74 of 131 passes (school record 56.5%) for 815 yards (3rd best) and seven touchdowns (3rd best). Career total: 157 (1st) of 360, 1,537 yards (2nd best).

118. Casey Stewart (2001). Completed 57 (2nd best) of 141 passes for 771 yards (4th best) in his only season at quarterback.

119. Kenny Whited (1998-99). Completed 39 of 128 passes for 571 yards (6th best) and six touchdowns (4th best) as a junior. Career total: 70 (5th best) of 209 passes for 970 yards (5th best).


RECEIVERS


120. Larry Bailey (1982-84). Best season was six catches for 190 yards as a senior. Career total: 15 passes for 398 yards (4th best) for 26.5 yards per catch (career record).

121. Greg Collins (1987). Caught 15 passes for 355 yards (4th best) and three touchdowns in his only season as a receiver.

122. Robbie Johnson (1985). Caught nine passes for 293 yards for 32.6 yards per catch (season record) in his only season as receiver.

123. Zach Moore (2006). Caught 39 passes for 590 yards and six touchdowns, all season records, as a freshman.

124. Josh Ramsey (1996-97). Caught 33 passes (2nd best) for 353 yards (5th best) as a senior. Career total: 44 passes (record) for 495 yards (3rd best) and three touchdowns.

125. Tyler Schartiger (2004-05). Caught 21 passes for 496 yards and four touchdowns as a senior. Career total: 22 passes (3rd best) for 566 yards (2nd best) and five TDs (2nd best).

126. Aaron Scott (1998). Caught 16 passes for 366 yards (3rd best) and four touchdowns in his only season as a receiver.


KICKERS


127. Neto Delicato (1991). Kicked 30 extra points (season record) and 4 field goals (3rd best) for 42 points (season record) in his only season.

128. Chris Fougman (1991). Had 52 kickoffs for 2,681, a record 51.6 yard average; same year that teammate Neto Delicato scored 42 points on extra points and field goals.

129. Scottie Whytsell (1981-83). Kicked 22 extra points and five field goals (tied season record) for 37 points (2nd best) as a senior. Career total: 46 extra points (career record) and nine field goals (career record) for 73 points (career record). Named first team All-State twice.

130. Michael Sullivan (2003-05). Kicked 26 extra points (2nd best) and one field goal for 29 points (3rd best) as a senior. Career total: 41 extra points (tied 2nd best) and one field goal for 44 points (4th best).

131. Nick Whytsell (2006-  ). A junior this year, he kicked 22 extra points and two field goals for 28 points (4th best) as a sophomore.

132. Daniel Smith (1996-99). Kicked 10 extra points and five field goals (tied season record) for 25 points (6th best). Career record: 33 extra points (4th best) and five field goals (2nd best) for 48 points (2nd best).

133. Mike Boatright (1989-90). Kicked 23 extra points (3rd best) and one field goal for 26 points (5th best) as a senior. Career total: 41 extra points (tied 2nd best) and two field goals for 47 points (2nd best).


DEFENSIVE ENDS AND BACKS


134. Dallas Brown (1991-93). Led team in tackles as a senior; 10 career fumble recoveries and two interceptions.

135. Jason Cunningham (2002-05). Four-year letterman, six career interceptions, including four returned for two TD’s and 152 yards as a senior. LKC second team as a senior. Caught two passes in BACF game. Nominated by Ralph Cunningham.

136. Brian Evans (1988-91). Tied for first in tackles as a senior; nine career interceptions and three fumble recoveries.

137. Jeff Goodrich (1980-83). Four-year starter; led team in tackles as a senior; had three fumble recoveries and three interceptions as a junior.

138. Jeff Goodrich (2004-  ). This year’s senior was second in tackles as a junior; has seven career interceptions.

139. Justin Price (2001-04). Fourth in tackles as a junior and second as a senior; 10 career interceptions and six fumble recoveries. First team All-State in 2004.

140. Rick Smith (1990-91). Set state record with 16 interceptions as a junior, with 242 return yards and three touchdowns; added two interceptions to career total as a senior, even though opponents seldom threw in his direction.

141. Matt Walker (1999-02). Had career total of 11 interceptions.


OFFENSIVE AND DEFENSIVE LINEMEN


142. Jason Boatright (1988-90). Third in tackles as a junior and fifth as a senior; blocked for early Brian Stump-Brian Evans years. Nominated by Mike McCartney.

143. Roger Carter (1979-1981). Two-way lineman who led the blocking for Charlie Carpenter’s 1,000 yard season; led the team in tackles as a senior; second as a junior.

144. Brian Cottrell (1984-85). Two-way lineman who was fourth in tackles as a junior and second as a senior; blocker for Tracy Haught’s 1,558-yard senior season; six fumble recoveries.

145. Ron Cottrill (1982-83). Played offense and defense; blocked two seasons for Tracy Haught. Nominated by Mike McCartney.

146. Evan Cunningham (1998-2001). Second in tackles as a sophomore, first as a junior, and third as a senior; blocker for 1,000 yard rusher Zack Hopkins. (Additional information by Ralph Cunningham: Four-year letterman; LKC second team as junior, first team as senior; started BACF as MLB.)

147. Marcus Davis (2000-03). Blocked for Eric Metz’s two 1,000-plus rushing seasons; second in tackles in 2002 and in 2003. Nominated by Tiffany Davis.

148. Everett Hartshorn (1989-91). Fourth in tackles as a sophomore and fifth as a senior; teamed with Keith Yoak as lead blockers for the Brian Stump-Brian Evans era; nine career fumble recoveries.

149. Boyd Hood (1980-82). Fourth in tackles as a junior, second as a senior; blocked for 1,000-yard rushers Charlie Carpenter as a junior and Tracy Haught as a senior. Nominated by Cecil Wolverton.

150. Steve Hosey (1981-84). Led team in tackles in 1984; blocked for two of Tracy Haught’s three 1,000-yard seasons; set out junior year with an injury.

151. David Marks (1993-96). Second in tackles as a sophomore, leading tackler as a junior and as a senior; blocker for Jason Rider’s two 1,000-plus rushing seasons.

152. Jim Parsons (1980-83). Four-year starter; third in tackles and offensive lineman for 1983 playoff team that rushed for 2,284 yards.

153. Josh Ramsey (1994-97). Third in tackles as a sophomore and as a junior; second as a senior; 10 career fumble recoveries.

154. Justin Ramsey (2003-05). Fourth in tackles as a junior; third as a senior; a lead blocker for 1,798-yard rusher Justin Price in 2004 and 2,050-yard rusher Paul Goodrich in 2005.

155. Aaron Scott (1998). Led team in tackles and recovered seven fumbles; blocked for 1,000-yard rusher Eric McCartney.

156. Keith Yoak (1988-91). Second in tackles as a junior and third as a senior; teamed with Everett Hartshorn as lead blockers for the Brian Evans-Brian Stump era.

LINEBACKERS


157. Malcolm Ashley (1981-1982). Led team in tackles as a senior and led the blocking for Tracy Haught’s first 1,000 yard season; third leading tackler as a junior; had seven fumble recoveries in two seasons.

158. Jeremy Boatright (1994-97). Four-year starter; fourth in tackles as a freshman and as a sophomore; second as a junior, and first as a senior; nine career fumble recoveries and four interceptions.

159. Paul Goodrich (1978-1981). Led the team in tackles as a sophomore and junior; second leading tackler and a blocking back as a senior.

160. Paul Goodrich (2002-05). Third in tackles as a sophomore, first as a junior, and second as a senior; seven career fumble recoveries. First team All-State in 2004 and 2005.

161. Joe Hersman (1988-90). Fourth in tackles as a sophomore, leading tackler as a junior and as a senior.

162. Roman McKown (2002). Led team in tackles as a senior on a team that gave up only 56 points. First team All-State in 2002.

163. Eric Metz (2000-03). Third in tackles as a junior and first as a senior; eight career fumble recoveries.

164. Brian Stump (1988-91). Second in tackles as a sophomore, third as a junior, tied for first as a senior; seven career interceptions and nine fumble recoveries. First team All-State in 1991.

165. Zac Yeager (2004-  ). This year’s senior led team in tackles as a sophomore and as a junior.

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