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2013 All-Area Football Offense

Jerrius Baltimore (Buy photo)

Hayden Bauserman (Buy photo)

Justin Bauserman (Buy photo)

Trenton Davis (Buy photo)

Reid Entsminger -- Sherando Football (Buy photo)

Joshua Gum (Buy photo)

Leequan Johnson (Buy photo)

Daniel Molina (Buy photo)

Kolton Poston (Buy photo)

Travis Siever (Buy photo)

Dante Tibbs (Buy photo)

Adam Whitacre (Buy photo)

Josh Mallicoat (Buy photo)

Jontae Rollins (Buy photo)

Blake Steele (Buy photo)


• Hayden Bauserman, Central

• Quarterback

Has all but one passing record at Central. Threw for 2,764 yards this season with 34 touchdowns. Named All-Conference 35 Offensive Player of the Year. Led Central to third round of playoffs.

• LeeQuan Johnson, Sherando

Running back

Junior ran for 1,159 yards on 206 carries and had 15 touchdowns. Also had 15 receptions for 162 yards. First team All-Conference 21 selection, first team All-Northwestern District selection.

• Daniel Molina, Central

Running back

Senior led area with 1,758 yards on 252 carries and 25 touchdowns. Also had 13 receptions for 114 yards. Named first team All-3A East Region selection and first team All-Conference 28.

• Demetrus Yates, Warren County

Running back

Senior rushed for 1,463 yards on 185 carries and 13 touchdowns. Yates was a first team All-Conference 28 selection and a first team All-Bull Run selection. Led the Wildcats to an 8-4 record.

• Justin Bauserman, Central

Wide receiver

Senior had 28 receptions for 567 yards and seven touchdowns. Bauserman led the Falcons to a 10-3 record and the third round of the Class 3A playoffs this year.

• Jontae Rollins, Warren County

Wide receiver

Senior had 21 receptions for 618 yards and seven touchdowns for the Wildcats. A first team All-Conference 28 selection. Rollins led the Wildcats to the second round of the playoffs.

• Adam Whitacre, Sherando

Wide receiver

Junior had 25 receptions for 507 yards and seven touchdowns for the Warriors. Whitacre was a first-team All-Conference 21 selection. Led the Warriors to a 13-2 record.

• Kolton Poston, Central

Tight end

Senior led the area with 38 receptions for 547 yards and seven touchdowns. Poston was a second-team All-3A East Region selection, and a first team All-Conference 28 selection.

• Trenton Davis, Strasburg

Offensive line

Senior was a first-team All-Bull Run selection. Davis helped lead the Rams to a 3-7 record. Davis was a key cog on an offensive line that helped the Rams rush and pass for 2,835 yards.

• Josh Gum, Central

Offensive line

Senior was a first team All-3A East Region selection. Gum was also a first team All-Conference 28 and All-Bull Run District selection. Gum helped the Falcons to over 2,000 yards rushing this year.

• Josh Mallicoat, Warren County

Offensive line

The junior helped pace a rushing attack that ran for 1,233 yards this season. He was a first team All-Conference 28 selection. Mallicoat led the Wildcats to an 8-4 record.

• Travis Siever, Skyline

Offensive line

Senior was a first-team All-Conference 28 selection, and a second team All-Northwestern District pick. The six-foot-1 275-pounder led the Hawks to the playoffs with a 4-7 record.

• Dante Tibbs, Sherando

Offensive line

Senior named first team All-Conference 21 selection. Tibbs was also a first team All-Northwestern District selection. He helped guide the Warriors rushing game to over 3,000 yards.

• Jerrius Baltimore, Skyline


Junior did a little bit of everything to lead the Hawks this season. Baltimore ran for 1,014 yards and threw for 183 yards. He also had a 21.0 return average on punts and kickoffs.

• Blake Steele, Warren County


Led the area with seven field goals. Senior also went 19 for 20 in extra points. Steele was a first team All-Bull Run District selection. He led the Wildcats to the second round of the playoffs.

• Reid Entsminger, Sherando


Senior quarterback threw for 2,125 yards and 20 touchdowns. He also ran for 873 yards on 168 carries and had seven touchdowns. Entsminger led the Warriors to a 13-2 record.


• QB -- Mark Smoot, Strasburg

• RB -- Jonathan Moore, R-MA

• RB -- Colton Funk, Strasburg

• RB -- Derrick Smith, Stonewall Jackson

• WR -- Marcus Turner, Skyline

• WR -- Casey Stewart, Warren County

• WR -- Zach Herbaugh, Central

• TE -- Ryan Smoot, Strasburg

• OL -- Seth Wagner, Sherando

• OL -- Ronnie Clifton, Skyline

• OL -- Nick Lowery, Sherando

• OL -- Brandon Phillips, Central

• OL -- Miguel Argueta, Central

• K -- Ben Gillis, R-MA

• RS -- Daniel Molina, Central

• ATH -- Daniel Buhl, Stonewall Jackson


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