2016 Football Offensive All-Area team

Hunter Entsminger

First team

Hunter Entsminger, Sherando

Quarterback

The sophomore passed for 1,337 yards and 15 touchdowns. He also ran for 137 yards and two scores. Entsminger was a second-team All-Conference 21 West selection.

Carston Shockey

Carston Shockey

Running back

The senior led the area with 1,357 yards and 21 touchdowns.  Shockey was a second-team All-Bull Run District selection. He led the Falcons to a 9-3 record.

T.J. Washington, Sherando

Running back

The sophomore ran for 1,243 yards and 16 touchdowns and had eight receptions for 62 yards. Washington was a second-team All-Conference 21 West selection.

T.J. Washington

Kyle Clanton, Central

Wide receiver

The sophomore had 28 receptions for 523 yards and six touchdowns. Clanton was a first-team All-Bull Run District selection as both a receiver and kick returner.

Luis Garcia, Skyline

Wide receiver

Kyle Clanton

The junior had 33 receptions this season for 524 yards and four touchdowns for the Hawks. Garcia was a second-team All-Conference 28 selection this season.

Alex Ndong-Seh, R-MA

Wide receiver

The senior led the area with 37 receptions for 882 yards and 17 touchdowns. Ndongo-Seh’s 23.8 yards per catch was the area’s best, and he led R-MA to a 6-3 record.

Dylan Rivers, Sherando

Luis Garcia

Tight end

The senior had 21 receptions for 346 yards and 7 touchdowns. Rivers was a first-team All-Conference 21 West selection. He also ran the ball 22 times for 211 yards.

Isaiah Allen, Sherando

Offensive line

The sophomore was a first-team All-Conference 21 West selection. Allen also helped pave the way for Sherando’s 2,495 rushing yards this season.

Alex Ndongo-Seh

Jose Guevara, Sherando

Offensive line

The senior was a second-team All-Conference 21 West selection. Guevara helped lead the Warriors to a 5-5 record this season against a tough schedule.

Ryan Jenkins, Strasburg

Offensive line

The senior was a second-team All-Bull Run District selection. Jenkins was also a first-team All-Conference 35 selection. He led the Rams to 1,922 rushing yards this year.

Max Meador, Skyline

Offensive line

Meador was a second-team All-Conference 28 selection. Meador, a senior, helped lead the way for Skyline’s 1,340 rushing yards this season.

Alex Sibert, Central

Offensive line

The senior was a first-team All-Region 2A East selection. Sibert was also a first-team All-Bull Run District and first-team All-Conference 35 selection.

Stuart Ashley, Warren County

Kicker

The junior made 17 of 20 extra points, and also hit 6 of 8 field-goal attempts for the Wildcats. Ashley was a second-team All-Conference 28 selection this season.

Josh Pritchett, Strasburg

Punter

The senior averaged an area-best 41.7 yards per punt this season for the Rams. His long of the season was 54 yards. Pritchett was a first-team All-Region 2A East pick.

Cam Ford, Warren County

All-purpose

The senior played at both quarterback and wide receiver for the Wildcats. Ford threw for 700 yards and four touchdowns. As a receiver, he caught 10 passes for 127 yards.

Mark Roller, Strasburg

Coach

In his ninth year as head coach at Strasburg, Roller led the Rams to an 8-4 record this season. The Rams won a playoff game, before falling in the second round.

Second team

QB- Ryan Scott, Skyline

RB – Ronnie Dodson, Warren Co.

RB – Austin Miller, Strasburg

WR – Aaron Banks, Sherando

WR – Marqwon Haley, Warren Co.

WR – Trenton King, Skyline

TE – Matt Hartzell, Skyline

OL – Will Deavers, Warren Co.

OL – Sam Johnson, Sherando

OL – Declan Franklin, Central

OL – Steven Leach, Skyline

OL – Zach Scott, Strasburg

K – Cliff Croom, Central

KR – Alonzo Charity, Central

AP – Josh Pritchett, Strasburg

AP – Corban Ruch, R-MA

Dylan Rivers

Isaiah Allen

Jose Guevara

Ryan Jenkins

Max Meador

Alex Sibert

Stuart Ashley

Josh Pritchett

Cam Ford

Mark Roller