PAG METER 2017 ALL VALLEY ALL STAR FOOTBALL TEAM SPECIAL AWARDS
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PAG METER ALL VALLEY ALL STAR 2017 FOOTBALL TEAM
PAG METER TEAM OF THE YEAR
STRATHMORE SPARTANS (16-0 Division 6 Section and State Champions!)
Strathmore are the back to back division 6 Champions and the 2017 CIF State Division 6-AA Champions. Strathmore’s 16 wins set a new section record for most victories in a single season. The Spartans rushed for 4,918 yards and scored 77 TD’s
PAG METER PLAYER OF THE YEAR
KAZMEIR ALLEN, SR, TULARE UNION TRIBE
The future UCLA Bruin was the slam dunk Pag meter Player of the year who set the all time state Touchdown record with 72 TD’s and finished with 4,626 all-purpose yards. Led the state in rushing with 3,336 yards, which also ranked 3rd in the nation along with 29 receptions for 833 yards.
Kaz’s 72 total touchdowns (62 rushing, 9 receiving, kickoff return) to set the new national record for most TDs in a single season.
Allen was named the Cal Hi Medium School State Player of the year and should have been the Slam Dunk Cal Hi State Mr Football Overall Player of the year!
PAG METER SMALL SCHOOL PLAYER OF THE YEAR
JOSEPH GARCIA, SR, STRATHMORE SPARTANS
Garcia rushed for 2,849 yards, scored 53 touchdowns and helped the Spartans win the division 6 section championship in back to back years and leaves his senior year as a State Champion. Garcia was also named the Cal Hi Small School Player of the year.
Garcia rushed for a school-record 2,849 yards and scored 53 total TDs (49 rushing, 3 receiving, kickoff return). Garcia’s 53 TDs ranked 2nd in the state. Garcia also had 79 tackles on defense with 11 for loss and 7 sacks, 2 interceptions and 4 fumble recoveries. Garcia finishes among the all-time state leaders in career scoring with 112 touchdowns to go with 6,250 career rushing yards.
PAG METER COACH OF THE YEAR
Congratulation to our Valley Champion Central Grizzlies and all our section Champion Teams!
*This one was real close and the Pag Meter could have picked Central Grizzlies Valley Champion Coach Kyle Biggs who coached the Grizzlies to their first Valley Championship in school history.
*Darren Bennett who coached the Tulare Union Tribe to a 13-0 Division 2 Section Championship.
*Anthony Goston who coached the Memorial Panthers to the Division 3 Section Championship.
*Paul Preheim coached the Golden West Trailblazers to the Division 4 Section Championship and the first section championship in school history
*Or it could have been Brandon Ward who coached the Caruthers Blue Raiders to a 12-0 division 5 Section Championship.
The Pag Meter went with JEROMY BLACKWELL, STRATHMORE SPARTANS
Back to back division 6 section champions and State Champions for the Strathmore Spartans. Strathmore’s 16 wins set a new section record for most victories in a single season.
PAG METER OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
TRENT TOMPKINS, JR, CENTRAL GRIZZLIES
What a scramble by Grizzlies QB Trent Tompkins
End of 1st quarter
Central 7 Buchanan 0 pic.twitter.com/jnuZq4Qi6m
— PAG METER (@PAGMETER) December 2, 2017
Back to back Pag Meter Offensive player of the year. Trent was the first QB in Central Grizzlies history to win a valley championship throwing for 3,624 yards with 37 touchdown passes, rushed for 504 yards and scored 4 touchdowns. Trent is the leader in the club for 2018 Pag Meter Player of the year.
PAG METER DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
TRE WALKER, SR, CENTRAL GRIZZLIES
A huge force in the middle of the Grizzlies defense. Tre was almost unblockable and was so tough to run against. Tre Walker made 140 tackles with 7 sacks for the Valley Champions and next stop will be playing for the Vandals of Idaho.
PAG METERLINE MAN OF THE YEAR
THEO MEYER, SR, BUCHANAN BEARS
The Bears had the best offensive line in the valley and the best lineman was Theo Meyer. The Bears loved to run behind Theo and when the passing game struggled and everybody knew the Bears would be running, the Bears still ran you over rushing for 3,509 yards and scored 45 rushing touchdowns.
PAG METER UNDERCLASSMEN OF THE YEAR
KENDALL MILTON, SO, BUCHANAN BEARS
Nobody had more hype than Kendall coming into 2017 and everybody wanted to see if Kendall was the real deal and boy he is the real deal!! Kendall finished rushing for 1,514 yards and scored 23 touchdowns.
PAG METER BEST TWO SPORT ATHLETE
BROCK JONES, JR, BUCHANAN BEARS
This was an easy one. Brock is the best Safety in the valley who has an offer already from Arizona State for Football. In Baseball, Brock is one of the top players in the state and already has an offer from Stanford. It doesn’t get any better than that so when schools say it tough to play 2 sports, Google Brock Jones!
PAG METER TWO-WAY PLAYER OF THE YEAR
TREVOR ERVIN, SR, BUCHANAN BEARS
Trevor Ervin dragging Patriots with a 25 yard TD run
9:21 2nd quarter
Buchanan Bears 15 Liberty Patriots 7 pic.twitter.com/SQg5THt5rU
— PAG METER (@PAGMETER) September 15, 2017
The Bears MVP who did it all on both sides of the ball. Trevor rushed for 1,341 yards, and scored 19 touchdowns. On defense he was the leader who finished with 56 tackles and 3 sacks.
PAG METER KICKER/PUNTER OF THE YEAR
ELI RIOFRIO, SENIOR, CLOVIS WEST GOLDEN EAGLES
49 field goal by Eli Riofrio (WOW!)
Clovis West 13 Edison 3 pic.twitter.com/JT0weg2y33
— PAG METER (@PAGMETER) September 9, 2017