PAG METER 940 ESPN ALL VALLEY ALL STAR FOOTBALL SUPER SIXTY

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PAG METER/940 ESPN ALL VALLEY ALL STAR 2017 FOOTBALL TEAM

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CADEN OCHOA, SR, BAKERSFIELD DRILLERS

A dangerous QB running the Drillers offense. Next stop will be at Cal Poly. He threw for 431 yards, ran for another 600, and scored 12 touchdowns. Ochoa also recorded 70 tackles and forced 4 fumbles this season for the Drillers.  

LEONARD GLASS, JR, MEMORIAL PANTHERS

One of the fastest running backs in the valley and also one of the best defensive backs in the valley. Leonard was huge in the Panthers offense rushing for 1,308 yards, scored 20 touchdowns and caught 37 passes for 468 yards, scored 4 more touchdowns.

ALEX WALLACE, JR BAKERSFIELD CHRISTIAN EAGLES

Big time playmaker who caught 52 passes for 916 yards and scored 12 touchdowns. Wallace was also was the most dangerous punt returner in the valley scoring 4 touchdowns.

DAVID ALCANTAR, SR, TULARE WESTERN MUSTANGS

The Mustangs did everything they could to get the ball in the hands of their team leader. Alcantar scored 38 total touchdowns (28 rushing, 8 receiving, 2 kickoff returns) and generated 1,683 yards rushing. He also caught 31 passes for 567 receiving yards.

TYE JOHNSON, SR, FRONTIER TITANS

The Titans are so glad that TJ transferred in from Ridgeview because he was the big part of the offense. Johnson rushed for a school-record 1,601 yards and scored 15 touchdowns.

ISAIAH MARTIN, SR GARCES RAMS

The best running back in Garces Rams history. He rushed for 1,578 yards and scored 16 touchdowns this season. He holds school records in career rushing yards (4,384), total yards of offense (4,621). The Rams will miss there team leader in 2018.

DUSTY SCHRAMM, SR, CLOVIS WEST GOLDEN EAGLES

When brother DJ went down, Dusty took over the Golden Eagles on defense and he was everywhere. Every OC had to figure out how to block Dusty who made 182 tackles. Whoever gets Dusty at the next level will be getting a hard nose big hitter that goes 100% to the whistle.

MICHAEL BRAY, SR, LIBERTY PATRIOTS

One of the best offensive lineman in the valley and the Patriots loved running behind Bray.

JALEN MCMILLAN, SO, MEMORIAL PANTHERS

Boy was he good and only a sophomore! He caught 78 passes for 1,810 and scored 21 touchdowns. Against Lemoore he caught 12 passes for 369 yards and scored 6 touchdowns. By the time he is a senior the 6’2 receiver will have many offers from all over the country.

JOSEPH FELIX, SR, GOLDEN WEST TRAILBLAZERS

The Blazers had one of the best running games in the valley and started upfront with Felix. The Blazers rushed for 5,492 and scored 69 touchdowns and many runs were because the big guys up front.

SAM STEWART JR, LIBERTY PATRIOTS

Nobody ran harder and you better be ready when he gets going. Sammy is the leader in the club house for Pag Meter Two-Way Player of the year in 2018 because he never comes off the field. He rushed for 1,192 yards, scored 12 touchdowns and Also made 82 tackles at linebacker.

JOSEPH BONNER, SR, HANFORD BULLPUPS

A man beast at 6’5, 275 lb. On a team that struggled, Bonner was the bright spot.

ALEX AGUILAR, JR, SHAFTER GENERALS

The Generals will be the favorites to win the division 5 section championship in 2018 with their senior dual threat QB. Aguilar’s junior year he threw for 2,750 yards with 29 touchdowns, rushed for 1,370 yards and scored 22 touchdowns. If you do the math that’s 4,120 total yards and 51 total touchdowns.

EMORYIE EDWARDS, SR, TULARE UNION TRIBE

He leaves TU as the Central Section all time leading receiver with the most receptions (262) and receiving yards (4,267) in a career. WOW!!  As a senior, Edwards wrapped up his career as one of the most decorated wideouts in Central Section history, catching 69 passes for 1,367 yards receiving and 12 TDs. Next stop Fresno State.

GONZALO RODRIGUEZ, SR, GOLDEN WEST TRAILBLAZERS

One of the top running backs in the state who rushed for 2,200 and scored 31 touchdowns.

Rodriguez set the new record for career rushing yards by a Visalia running back for the division 4 section champions with more than 5,000 yards rushing and over 60 TDs.

CONNOR WHITBEY, SR, NORTH STARS

One of the best defensive players in the south valley making 132 tackles for the Stars.

COLE ACEVEDO, SR, CLOVIS COUGARS

One of the best offensive lineman in the valley. The Cougars were beat up with injuries and Cole was the team leader keeping everybody together.

JERRY HUERTA, JR, OROSI CARDINALS

He had one heck of a year rushing for 2,169 yards and scored 30 touchdowns. I can’t wait to see what Huerta will do his senior year!


RODNEY WRIGHT, SR, CLOVIS WEST GOLDEN EAGLES

One of the most exciting players in the valley and a huge part of the CW offense. The future Bulldog scored 25 touchdowns, (14 rushing, 11 receiving), rushed for 681 yards, caught 67 passes  for 796 yards.

JACOB TORREZ, SR, CENTRAL GRIZZLIES

Might just be the most dangerous receiver that ran the best routes in the valley. Every defensive coordinator needed a game plan to stop JT. Jacob caught 79 passes, 1,349 yards and scored 13 touchdowns. Some college will be getting the best! He has an offer to Army West Point.

CRISTIAN LOERA, JR, CLOVIS COUGARS

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Cristian Loera broke Kenny Lake 47 year old  Cougar interception record with 12 on the year. WOW 12!
Loera finished No 2 in the state and No 6 Country in picks for the year and was named to the 1st team All State All Star football team.

COLTON NELSON, JR, MADERA COYOTES

He had a Coyotes record breaking year throwing for 3,802, 34 touchdown passes. Colton will be in the running in 2018 for the Pag Meter Offensive Player of the year.

BRADEN WINGLE, SR, BAKERSFIELD CHRISTIAN EAGLES

Wingle was hurt and still threw for 2,874 yards with 34 touchdown passes. The Eagles were so dangerous when Braden leading the offense.

RICARDO ARIAS, SR, CLOVIS WEST GOLDEN EAGLES

The Golden Eagles got one of the best receivers in the valley from a transfer and boy did that work out. The future Bulldog caught 56 passes for 801 yards and scored 8 touchdowns. He was a big time money player when the game was on the line.

TOA SCANLAN, SR, BUCHANAN BEARS

One of the quickest and strongest defensive lineman in the valley who was double teamed on every play. Toa made 64 tackles with 10 sacks for the Bears.

NOAH RILEY, SR, CLOVIS NORTH BRONCOS

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Might just be the  hardest hitter in the valley and was the Broncos team leader. Noah was always around the ball that made 86 tackles and played hurt. Most teams learned to run away from No 11.

KONNER GOMNESS, JR, MEMORIAL PANTHERS

Will come into 2018 as one of the best offensive lineman in the valley. The CMAC All Star had a tremendous junior year for the division 3 section champions!

RIGO LOPEZ, SR, TULARE WESTERN MUSTANGS

The Mustangs offense was electric and it started up front with the EYL All Star.

BRE’AUN HEIGHTS, SR, SUNNYSIDE WILDCATS

One of the best athletes in the valley. The NYL MVP can do it all and if he wants it…watch out at the next level.


SHERWIN KING, SR, SUNNYSIDE WILDCATS

He never came off the field and one of best linebackers in the back. He was the NYL Defensive Player of the Year.

MARCUS FULCHER, JR, BULLARD KNIGHTS

Will come into 2018 as one of the top running backs in the valley. Marcus also will be one of the best running backs in Knights history and the Knights have had some of the best ever. Marcus ended his junior year rushing for 1,756 yards and scored 20 totals touchdowns.

JUNIOR RAMIREZ, SR, SELMA BEARS

Might just be the best football player ever to play for the Bears.

The best dual threat QB in the valley and had outstanding career for the Bears winning a division 4 section championship last year going 13-0. The Bears offense took off when new head coach Matt Logue took over in 2015 and that’s when Junior became the starter when he was a sophomore. Before that the Bears offense was absolutely horrible that couldn’t throw it overhand. In his 3 years Junior threw for 4,561 yards with 46 touchdown passes,  rushed 1,788 yards and scored 34 touchdowns. Junior was 2nd on the Pag Meter Two sport athlete of the year because he is one heck of a basketball player.


GAVIN SALIERNO, SR, CENTRAL VALLEY CHRISTIAN CAVALIERS

He never came off the field and had a outstanding career for the Cavaliers. The Central Sequoia league offensive player of the year caught 75 passes for 1,176 yards and scored 16 touchdowns.

JEVON BIGELOW, SR, CENTRAL GRIZZLIES

One of the best kept secrets in the valley and he came up with a big year for the Valley Champions. Jevon rushed for 1,535 yards and scored 16 Touchdowns. Next stop will be with the Wyoming Cowboys.


ALEX SANDOVAL, SR, DINUBA EMPERORS

The Central Sequoia Lineman of the Year and the Emperors loved running behind Sandoval.


EFRIAN ZARATE, SR, RIVERDALE COWBOYS

He would be an all star on any team in the valley and his motor never stops. He was the West Sequoia league Lineman of the Year.

IMANOL ARREDONDO, SR, CARUTHERS BLUE RAIDERS

The West Sequoia league Player of the year was one of the best players in the valley. He was huge for the division 5 section champions rushing for 1,700 yards and scored 30 touchdowns.

STEVE STEPHENS, SR, EDISON TIGERS

One of the best defensive backs in the state and also played some quarterback. Steve is also outstanding in the classroom and the next stop with be with the Oregon Ducks.

TYLOR PALMER, SR, FIREBAUGH EAGLES

TP would be the top player on any team in the valley and he played both ways. He caught 68 passes with 1,582 yards and scored 27 touchdowns along with 4 interceptions.

JUSTIN GIBSON SR, BULLARD KNIGHTS

The back to back CMAC All Star was the team leader upfront. The Knights will miss JG in 2018.  

JALEN CROPPER, JR, SANGER APACHES

Might be the most dangerous player in the valley when he had the ball. When Jalen played QB the Apaches were tough to stop. He is also one of the best defensive backs in the state and getting plenty PAC 12 offers. He’s senior year should be off the charts.

PAUL TADROS, SR, CENTRAL GRIZZLIES

The Grizzlies loved running behind the TRAC All Star. One of the best run and pass blockers in the valley for the Valley Champions.

ALEC TRUJILLO, JR, MEMORIAL PANTHERS

Alec was runner up to Pag Meter Offensive Player of the year. What a junior year he had leading the Panthers to the division 3 section championship throwing for 3,755 yards with 40 touchdown passes. One thing I learned watching Alec play against Edison, he got hit so hard many times and he still stood in the pocket and did not shy away. You can’t teach that. Alec senior year should be amazing and some college will be getting a very good QB!

JACOB HOLLINS, SR CENTRAL GRIZZLIES

He had one heck of a year at Middle Linebacker for the Grizzlies with 136 tackles and 5 sacks. Next stop will be playing for Illinois 

ZACH ANGELLILO, SR, MEMORIAL PANTHERS

Zach was old school that would fill the hole with authority at Middle Linebacker.  Zach was a big part of the division 3 section champion defense that  made 137 tackles with 4 sacks and the next stop will be playing for the Cal Bears.

CHRIS ACOSTA, SR, KERMAN LIONS

Chris had a big senior on both sides of the ball. The North Sequoia league All Star rushed for 1,397 yards and scored 14 touchdowns. Chris did so much in taking the pressure off Sean Chambers.

DIRK NELSON, SO, CENTRAL VALLEY CHRISTIAN CAVALIERS

One of the best young lineman that already has an offer from San Jose State. Dirk was also named to the Cal Hi SOPHOMORE ALL-STATE TEAM.

DANTE CHACHERE, JR, CLOVIS WEST GOLDEN EAGLES

When Adrian Martinez shut it down, the big question was who will take over at QB? Dante stepped up and Clovis West never missed a beat QB. The TRAC All Star threw for 3,462 with 22 touchdown passes, rushed for 441 yards and scored touchdown. 2018 will be even better for the CW QB!.

JADEN WILLIAMS, SR, CENTRAL GRIZZLIES

A lockdown corner that was big in the Valley Champions secondary. Jaden was the team leader and a great role model. Next stop will be with the Colorado Mines

SEAN CHAMBERS, SR, KERMAN LIONS

The best player to ever play for the Kerman Lions. The Dual threat QB was so dangerous throwing it or running it. The Lions receivers were young and Sean still threw for 1,600 yards with 12 TD passes, rushed for 1,687 yards and scored 20 touchdowns. The Wyoming Cowboys are getting a good one.  

JULIAN TREVINO, SR, TULARE WESTERN, MUSTANGS

The EYL Defensive Player of the Year was the team leader that made over 100 tackles with 5 sacks. JT had a fantastic year for the Mustangs.

JOSH SUMMERS, SR, GOLDEN WEST TRAILBLAZERS
The senior leader the Blazers defense with 186 tackles for the division 4 section champions.

ISIAH ESCOBAR, JR, ROSAMOND ROADRUNNERS

Outstanding year for the dual threat QB throwing for 2,504 yards with 32 touchdown passes, rushed for 927 yards and scored 11 touchdowns. The Roadrunners went 11-2 and next year they could win it all.

BRIAN WENDT, SR, TULARE UNION TRIBE

The Tribe offense was record setting and it all started up front with the EYL Lineman of the Year. Wendt was a force up front opening holes for Kazmier Allen.

DESHAWN RUFFIN, SR, SUNNYSIDE WILDCATS

The NYL all star has speed at wide receiver and defensive back. The next stop will be playing for the FSU Bulldogs.

NATHAN LAMB, JR, TULARE UNION TRIBE

Nate was outstanding getting the ball to all the Tribe athletes and was a big part of winning the division 2 section champions throwing for 3,810 yards with 39 touchdown passes.

KALEB ROTH, SR, LIBERTY MADERA HAWKS

One of the best to ever play at Liberty Madera and he never came off the field. At running back he rushed for 1,660 yards and scored 24 touchdowns. On defense he made 138 tackles with 4 sacks and the next stop will be at South Dakota School of Mines. Kaleb was selected to the California All State Football 1st Team.

KESHON BUTLER, JR, TULARE WESTERN MUSTANGS

Might just be the best athlete in the valley. Sky’s the limit for Keshon who caught 57 passes for 1,341 yards and scored 13 touchdowns. He’s senior will be off the charts.

MITCHEL MAGGINI, SR, RIVERDALE COWBOYS

One the best players in Riverdale history. He was a 6’3 strong QB who has a great arm and would run over you. The Italian Stallion also was an outstanding linebacker.

JAY VANCE II, SR, EDISON TIGERS

The CMAC All Star was big, fast and strong, finished with 77 tackles and 11 sacks. If JV wants it he will be outstanding at the next level.  SOOO much potential!

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