All-Area Football

Herald staff

LinemanChris BlanchetSnohomish

LinemanAdam LivesayMarysville-Pilchuck

LinemanDavid TurnerEverett

LinemanJon ScottLake Stevens

LinemanAndrew RichardsonKamiak

Tight endAndy HeaterSnohomish

Wide receiverEd ZimmermanSnohomish

Wide receiverNik WilliamsLake Stevens

Running backLandon HallEdmonds-Woodway

Running backBen ChallmanEverett

Running backMatt WilliamsLake Stevens

QuarterbackJosh RodlandSnohomish

PlacekickerJosh CarswellMonroe

PunterGarrett ParksStanwood

LinemanTyson PowellStanwood

LinemanJeff JacobsLake Stevens

LinemanGordon SansaverMarysville-Pilchuck

LinemanGavin RiachEdmonds-Woodway

LinebackerAndy HeaterSnohomish

LinebackerMatt MulicaKamiak

LinebackerShaun SheddyLake Stevens

LinebackerBen ChallmanEverett

BackJustin SongstadSnohomish

BackTom NewellArlington

BackBrian PriceEverett

BackMatt WilliamsLake Stevens

Kick returnerNick YoneyArlington

LinemanJason HawkinsEverett

LinemanShaun SheddyLake Stevens

LinemanCecilio MartinezMariner

LinemanMike BookeyKamiak

LinemanLance BartonLake Stevens

Tight endJosh McKinneyArlington

Wide receiverNick YoneyArlington

Wide receiverMike BoyleKamiak

Running backTim LockhartSnohomish

Running backJoe PluckerSnohomish

Running backTino PsaradelisMarysville-Pilchuck

QuarterbackNolan PerklLake Stevens

PlacekickerGarrett ParksStanwood

PunterChris StokesEdmonds-Woodway

LinemanRobert TilandArlington

LinemanChris LaPlanteLake Stevens

LinemanAaron DockterKamiak

LinemanMatt SigurdsonSnohomish

LinebackerAdam LivesayMarysville-Pilchuck

LinebackerEd ZimmermanSnohomish

LinebackerMike BookeyKamiak

LinebackerSean JohnsonMeadowdale

BackMike BoyleKamiak

BackJustin MullaveyKamiak

BackJosh CarswellMonroe

BackNik WilliamsLake Stevens

Kick returnerBrian PriceEverett

Offensive linemen – Jason Frank, Arlington; Brent Olson, Stanwood; Colin Nash, Stanwood; Derek Petrie, Snohomish. Tight end – Scott Haight, Kamiak; Gavin Riach, Edmonds-Woodway; Blake Scott, Everett; Jason Russell, Lake Stevens. Wide receiver – Derek Lindstrom, Marysville-Pilchuck; Jason Mullavey, Kamiak; Jordan Curtis, Mountlake Terrace. Running back – Julian Bomar, Stanwood; Vernon Word, Mariner; Justin Washington, Kamiak; John Hammer, Arlington; Joseph Boitano, Arlington. Quarterback – Kevin McCormack, Arlington; Ryan Jones, Kamiak; Mike Yalowicki, Mountlake Terrace. Placekicker – Kyle Young, Shorewood; Derek Bennion, Snohomish; Brad Johnson, Marysville-Pilchuck. Punter – Andrew Darnelle, Monroe; Brad Johnson, Marysville-Pilchuck; Jamaul Jackson, Kamiak. Defensive linemen – Steve Jones, Mariner; Bobby Brush, Jackson; Ray Ganske, Snohomish; David Turner, Everett; Jacob Rideb, Cascade; Tom Stannard, Edmonds-Woodway. Linebackers – Brett Herzog, Snohomish; Mike Hodges, Shorewood; Brent Lang, Oak Harbor; Josh McKinney, Arlington; Jason Hawkins, Everett; Joe Daube, Lake Stevens. Defensive backs – Andrew Darnelle, Monroe; Tyler Breum, Stanwood; Mike Yalowicki, Mountlake Terrace; Brian Lang, Oak Harbor. Kick returners – Tino Psaradelis, Marysville-Pilchuck; Reid Wilson, Kamiak; Tony Hall, Oak Harbor; Justin Washington, Kamiak.

LinemanJake PoeschelLakewood

LinemanLucus GammanLakewood

LinemanTim DeganKing’s

LinemanKevin JonesDarrington

LinemanJohn BearKing’s

LinemanBrad SimSultan

LinemanAllan RootSultan

Tight end/receiverMark FrieseKing’s

Tight end.receiverJoe KellyCoupeville

Running backIan BarronCoupeville

Running backMasaki MatsumotoKing’s

Running backKris KazenLakewood

Running backErik SolbergSultan

QuarterbackJosh TillmanKing’s

QuarterbackNoah RoehlCoupeville

PunterMatt FarleyDarrington

LinemanSchuyler PorterCoupeville

LinemanEli ReddellDarrington

LinemanLucus GammanLakewood

LinemanTim DeganKing’s

LinebackerIan BarronCoupeville

LinebackerErik SolbergSultan

LinebackerAustin BallardLakewood

LinebackerJerr RoeslerSultan

BackKris KazenLakewood

BackJosh TillmanKing’s

Defensive linemen – Zac Swankie, Coupeville; Oak Rankin, Darrington; Mark Friese, King’s. Linebackers – Joe Kelly, Coupeville; Noah Roehl, Coupeville; Masaki Matsumoto, King’s; Darren Trautman, King’s.

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