2013 All-Area Football Offense
â€¢ Hayden Bauserman, Central
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.
â€¢ LeeQuan Johnson, Sherando
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.
â€¢ Daniel Molina, Central
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.
â€¢ Demetrus Yates, Warren County
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.
â€¢ Justin Bauserman, Central
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.
â€¢ Jontae Rollins, Warren County
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.
â€¢ Adam Whitacre, Sherando
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.
â€¢ Kolton Poston, Central
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.
â€¢ Trenton Davis, Strasburg
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.
â€¢ Josh Gum, Central
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.
â€¢ Josh Mallicoat, Warren County
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.
â€¢ Travis Siever, Skyline
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.
â€¢ Dante Tibbs, Sherando
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.
â€¢ 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.
â€¢ 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.
â€¢ 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.
â€¢ QB — Mark Smoot, Strasburg
â€¢ RB — Jonathan Moore, R-MA
â€¢ RB — Colton Funk, Strasburg
â€¢ RB — Derrick Smith, Stonewall Jackson
â€¢ WR — Marcus Turner, Skyline
â€¢ WR — Casey Stewart, Warren County
â€¢ WR — Zach Herbaugh, Central
â€¢ TE — Ryan Smoot, Strasburg
â€¢ OL — Seth Wagner, Sherando
â€¢ OL — Ronnie Clifton, Skyline
â€¢ OL — Nick Lowery, Sherando
â€¢ OL — Brandon Phillips, Central
â€¢ OL — Miguel Argueta, Central
â€¢ K — Ben Gillis, R-MA
â€¢ RS — Daniel Molina, Central
â€¢ ATH — Daniel Buhl, Stonewall Jackson
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