Football: CSL, EYL, WYL hand out honors

Football: CSL, EYL, WYL hand out honors


Football: CSL, EYL, WYL hand out honors


East Yosemite League champion Tulare Western had a pair of players earn top honors in the all-East Yosemite League honors handed out by league coaches.

Tulare Western senior linebacker Elijah Alonzo had a dominating league campaign, and was selected as the EYL defensive player of the year. Alonzo posted 66 tackles, nine tackles for loss, three forced fumbles, three fumble recoveries, two interceptions, a blocked kick and three touchdowns in helping the Mustangs claim their first EYL title since 2004.

Tulare Western senior Cameron Horsting, who ranks among Central Section leaders in field goals and touchbacks, was the EYL kicker of the year.

Tulare Union senior guard Ulisis Nunez was voted the EYL lineman of the year.

Porterville senior running back Isaiah Jones was honored as the EYL offensive player of the year, and Monache’s Elijah Russell was the EYL specialist of the year.

Named to the all-EYL first team from Tulare Western were senior offensive guard Andy Acosta, junior quarterback Andre Aguilar, senior defensive lineman Anthony Morgan, and junior linebacker Andrew Trevino.

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Mission Oak’s all-EYL first-team selections were senior running back Jeffrey de Macabalin, junior linebacker Jaden Enriquez, senior defensive back Erick Holguin, senior receiver Michael Villa and senior offensive tackle Austin Willmore

Tulare Union had all-EYL first team selections in senior center Marcus Alonzo, senior defensive lineman RJ Cortez, sophomore receiver Emoriye Edwards, senior running back Romello Harris, and senior defensive back Jace Pimentel.

All-East Yosemite League Football

Offensive Player of the Year: Isaiah Jones, Sr., Porterville

Defensive Player of the Year: Elijah Alonzo, Sr., Tulare Western

Specialist of the Year: Elijah Russell, Sr., Monache

Lineman of the Year: Ulisis Nunez, Sr., Tulare Union

Kicker of the Year: Cameron Horsting, Tulare Western

First Team

QB: Andre Aguilar, Jr., Tulare Western

RB: Jeffrey de Macabalin, Sr., Mission Oak; Romello Harris, Sr., Tulare Union

WR: Emoriye Edwards, Soph., Tulare Union; Michael Villa, Sr., Mission Oak

TE: Daniel Baca, Soph., Monache

C: Marcus Alonzo, Sr. Tulare Union

OG: Andy Acosta, Sr., Tulare Western; Wyatt Della, Jr., Porterville

OT: Joseph Ceballos-Tapia, Sr., Porterville; Austin Willmore, Sr., Mission Oak

DL: Dillon Breland, Sr., Monache; R.J. Cortez, Sr., Tulare Union; Anthony Morgan, Sr., Tulare Western; Sal Rincon, Sr., Porterville

LB: Leroy Campbell, Jr., Jaden Enriquez, Jr., Mission Oak; Monache; Mark Inman, Soph., Porterville; Daniel Mendoza, Sr., Delano; Andrew Trevino, Jr., Tulare Western

DB: Jose Alamo, Sr., Delano; Erick Olguin, Sr, Mission Oak; Jace Pimentel, Sr., Tulare Union; Jeff Scheer, Jr. Porterville;

Second Team

QB: Trey McJunkin, Sr., Mission Oak

RB: David Alcantar, Soph., Tulare Western

WR: Victor Ceja, Sr., Delano; Josiah Robles, Jr. Monache

C: Wyatt Dempsie, Sr., Porterville

OG: Steven Fishbough, Sr., Mission Oak

OT: Justin Aguiar, Sr., Tulare Western

DL: Mario Diaz, Jr., Tulare Western; A.J. Milan, Jr., Tulare Union; Joe Serrano, Jr., Mission Oak; Samuel Viramontes, Sr., Delano

LB: John Chamalbide, Jr., Tulare Union; Nick Lambert, Jr., Tulare Western; Kenny Loehner, Senior, Monache

DB: L.J. Early, Jr., Tulare Western; Jesus Garcia, Jr., Delano; Mikey Ramirez, Sr., Monache; Miguel Huerta, Delano


Mt. Whitney kicker Jose Mendoza was named the West Yosemite League’s special teams palyer of the year.

Hanford’s Joseph McDaniel was tabbed as the WYL offensive player of the year, and Bullpup teammate Kaipo Barnes was the WYL defensive player of the year.

Lemoore head coach Shannon Pulliam was selected as the WYL coach of the year. Lemoore’s Noah Wright was the WYL lineman of the year.

There were 14 players from Visalia that earned all-WYL first-team honors.

El Diamante had four first-team selections in junior defensive lineman Gerry Hernandez, senior tight end Matt Kirven-DeLeon, senior running back Keylan Liles, and junior linebacker Alec Pierce.

Senior linebacker David Flores and senior offensive lineman Brandon Redd represented Golden West on the first team.

Mt. Whitney had three first-team selections in senior defensive back Nate Aleman, senior linebacker Isaac Campos and senior offensive lineman Gene Pryor.

Redwood led Visalia’s WYL schools with five first-team picks — junior defensive back Cooper Allen, senior linebacker Jacob DeShon, senior offensive lineman Logan Kearnan, senior defensive lineman Patrick Vega and senior running back Justin Williams.

All-WYL Football

Coach of the Year: Shannon Pulliam, Lemoore

Offensive Player of the Year: Joseph McDaniel, Hanford

Defensive Player of the Year: Kaipo Barnes, Hanford

Lineman of the Year: Noah Wright, Lemoore

Special Teams Player of the Year: Jose Mendoza, Mt. Whitney

First Team

QB: Ryan Johnson, Jr., Hanford

RB: Keylan Liles, Sr., Redwood; Trey Perryman, Sr., Lemoore; Justin Williams, Sr., Redwood

WR: Reggie Davis, Sr., Lemoore; Jameel Salaam, Sr., Hanford West; Cole Taber, Sr., Hanford

TE: Matt Kirven-DeLeon, Sr, El Diamante

OL: Mitchell Foote, Sr., Lemoore; Joseph Jackson, Sr., Hanford West; Logan Kearnan, Sr., Redwood; Gene Pryor, Sr., Mt. Whitney; Brandon Redd, Sr., Golden West

DL: Gerry Herandez, Jr., El Diamante; Ellix Jimmeye, Sr., Hanford; Angel Solis, Jr., Lemoore; Patrick Vega, Sr., Redwood

LB: Isaac Campos, Sr. Mt. Whitney; Jacob DeShon, Sr., Redwood; David Flores, Sr., Golden West; Alec Pierce, Jr., El Diamante

DB: Nate Aleman, Sr., Mt. Whitney; Cooper Allen, Jr., Redwood; Allen Perryman, Sr., Lemoore; Brandon Sanchez, Sr., Hanford

Second Team

QB: Jamal Salaam, Hanford West; Joey Vink, El Diamante

RB: Michael Bean, Redwood; Cristian Canales, Golden West; Gonzalo Rodriguez, Golden West

WR: Kamarea Stephens, El Diamante

TE: Devin Balbina, Hanford West

OL: Zach Foley, Golden West; Elias Luna, Golden West; Isaac Martinez, Golden West; Joe Ortez, El Diamante; Anthony Pena, El Diamante

DL: Damon Morrison, Golden West; Isaiah Ramirez, Golden West; Josh Sanchez, El Diamante

LB: Jaime Gutierrez, Redwood; Bryson Johnson, Golden West; Ruben Weldon, Golden West

DB: Israel Avalos, Golden West; Frankie Ayon, Redwood; Josh Horton, Golden West; Nolan Montgomery, El Diamante; TJ Wheeler, El Diamante


Central Valley Christian senior running back Kolin Stock was honored as the all-Central Sequoia League most valuable player. Voting was conducted by league coaches.

Stock rushed for 635 yards and nine touchdowns in four league games for the Cavaliers.

CVC coach Mason Hughes was selected as the CSL coach of the year.

Sharing honors for the CSL defensive player of the year were Exeter’s Garrett Perkinson and CVC’s Brad Taylor.

Kingsburg’s Seth Brooks was the CSL offensive player of the year, and fellow Viking Andrew Vorhees was named the CSL lineman of the year.

CVC had 9 other first-team selections to go with Stock and Taylor. Named to the all-CSL first team from the Cavaliers were running back Brady Pate, wide receiver Steve Van Grouw, tight end Dalton Daily, offensive linemen Dane Nelson and Blake Walker, linebacker Chad Zysling, defensive back Collin Stockton, defensive lineman Kyle Howard and utlity player Connor Paden. Nelson also made the all-CSL first team as a defensive lineman.

Exeter’s Ryan Buchanan earned all-CSL first-team honors as a kicker and punter. Named to the all-CSL first team from Exeter — along with Perkinson and Buchanan — were running back Anthony Torres, wide receiver Julian Andalon, offensive lineman Michael Ellorin, defensive lineman Anthony Perez and defensive back Nino Gomez.

Dinuba’s all-CSL first-team selections were running back Elijah Benham, wide receiver Jacob Paradine, offensive linemen Rueben Marin and Ricardo Tovar, linebacker Samuel Martinez, defensive lineman Estevean Gonzalez, and defensive backs Mykel Campos and Daniel Guzman.

All-CSL Football

Most Valuable Player: Kolin Stock, CVC

Offensive Player of the Year: Seth Brooks, Kingsburg

Co-Defensive Players of the Year: Garrett Perkinson, Exeter and Brad Taylor, CVC

Lineman of the Year: Andrew Vorhees, Kingsburg

Coach of the Year: Mason Hughes, CVC

First Team

QB: Anthony Sierra, Kingsburg

RB: Joel Aranda, Selma; Elijah Benham, Dinuba; Brady Pate, CVC; Anthony Torres, Exeter

WR: Julian Andalon, Exeter; Emmett Brooks, Kingsburg; Jacob Paradine, Dinuba; Steve Van Grouw, CVC

TE: Dalton Daily, CVC

OL: Michael Ellorin, Exeter, Matt Garcia, Selma; Rueben Marin, Dinuba; Dane Nelson, CVC; Ricardo Tovar, Dinuba; Blake Walker, CVC

DL: Estevan Gonzalez, Dinuba; Kyle Howard, CVC; Dane Nelson, CVC; Anthony Perez, Exeter; Abraham Rangel, Selma

LB: Caleb Charles, Kingsburg; Jordan Dominguez, Selma; Samuel Martinez, Dinuba; Jason Nicasio, Selma; Chad Zysling, CVC

DB: Mykel Campos, Dinuba; Nino Gomez, Exeter; Daniel Guzman, Dinuba, Collin Stockton, CVC

Punter: Ryan Buchanan, Exeter

Kicker: Ryan Buchanan, Exeter

Utility: Connor Paden, CVC

Second Team

QB: Isaac Leppke, Dinuba; Junior Ramirez, Selma; Alec Trujillo, Exeter

RB: Jordan Dominguez, Selma

WR: None

TE: Austin Martin, Kingsburg

OL: Christian Alarcon, Kingsburg; Rogelio Alvarez, Selma; Jesse Chlouber, CVC; Noah Longoria, Exeter; Ty Muxlow, Kingsburg

DL: Raul Jimenez, Exeter; Ty Muxlow, Kingsburg

LB: Kyle Beedle, CVC; Brandon Bower, CVC; Brandon Freeman, Exeter; Paul Moreno, Selma; Nico Torres, Exeter

DB: Ethan Aguilar, Kingsburg; Joel Aranda, Selma; Seth Brooks, Kingsburg; Junior Ramirez, Selma; Luke Simpson, Kingsburg

CVC’s Kolin Stock was named the 2015 Central Sequoia League most valuable player.

CVC’s Kolin Stock was named the 2015 Central Sequoia League most valuable player.


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