2010 All-Stark County Football Team

DIVISION I-II

First team

Pos.    Player    School    Ht.    Wt.    Yr.

OFFENSE

 WR    Devin Smith    Massillon    6-3    185    sr.

 WR    Joey Housos    Hoover    6-1    180    sr.

 WR    Justin Olack    Massillon    6-4    200    sr.

 WR    Tony Magnacca    Perry    5-11    170    sr.

 OL    Skyler Parks    McKinley    6-0    267    jr.

 OL    Warren Parks    Perry    5-10    240    sr.

 OL    Justin Taggart    Louisville    6-2    225    sr.

 OL    Sean Hemlick    Lake    6-1    234    sr.

 OL    Justice Karmie    Lake    6-4    263    sr.

 QB    Kyle Ohradzansky    McKinley    6-1    213    sr.

 QB    Chad Neff    Louisville    6-1    195    jr.

 RB    Bri’onte Dunn    GlenOak    6-1    210    jr.

 RB    Jon Miller    Perry    5-10    190    jr.

 RB    Jim Luther    Lake    6-1    181    sr.

DEFENSE

 DL    Steve Miller    McKinley    6-4    242    sr.

 DL    Se’Von Pittman    McKinley    6-5    235    jr.

 DL    Mitchell Paulino    Lake    6-1    272    sr.

 DL    Luke Merrell    GlenOak    6-3    195    sr.

 LB    Corey Paulino    Lake    6-2    205    jr.

 LB    Freddie Burton    McKinley    5-8    192    sr.

 LB    Anthony Wise    Perry    6-2    230    sr.

 LB    Michael Schooley    Louisville    6-1    185    sr.

 DB    Dan Reed    Lake    5-10    166    sr.

 DB    Shamus Johnson    Hoover    5-11    185    sr.

 DB    Will Logan    Jackson    5-8    175    sr.

 DB    Tyler Allman    Massillon    5-10    165    sr.

 DB    Tyler Miller    Massillon    5-9    170    sr.

 DB    Jeremy White    Louisville    6-0    166    jr.



Special awards

Player of the Year:  Jim Luther, Lake

Coach of the Year:  Jeff Durbin, Lake



Honorable Mention

GlenOak: Tyler Allison, Derrick Everett, Matt Clark.

Hoover: Austin Appleby, Robert Williams, Ryan Choong.

Jackson: Darien Terrell, Cooper Merrill, Jimmy Dehnke.

Lake: Mykal O’Brodo, Wes Wilson, Jarrod Daugherty, Jarrod Wendorf, Logan Wartman, Jon Spohn.

Louisville:  Mitch Sluss, Lucas Poyser, Walter Stenroos, Zac Whaley.

Massillon: Clayton Mattox, Kyle Kempt, Brian Robinson, Alex Winters, Aaron Robey.

McKinley:  Elijah Farrakhan, Taron Montgomery, Mike Aylward, Eric Snow, Jacob Williams.

Perry: Cody Minor, Tanner Lemon, Joe Tayse III, Steven Rowe.

Timken: Ismial Oree, Robert Meely.

Note: The all-county football team is selected by The Repository sports department.

 


 

2010 All-Stark County First Team capsules

Here’s a look at the players who earned All-Stark County First Team honors in 2010:

Division I-II

OFFENSE

Kyle Ohradzansky

McKinley, quarterback-punter

6-1, 213, senior

Threw for 1,515 yards and six TDs. ... Three interceptions in 188 attempts. ... Ran for 613 yards and 10 TDs. ... Averaged 38.3 yards a punt. ... Three-year starter. ... Second all-time leading passer in McKinley history in yards (3,994) and TDs (35).


Chad Neff

Louisville, quarterback-linebacker-punter

6-1, 195, junior

A high-school version of Tim Tebow. ... Strong runner. ... Rushed for 1,119 yards and 15 TDs. ... Vastly improved as a passer. Threw for 1,581 yards and 16 TDs, completing 65.4 of his attempts.


Bri’onte Dunn

GlenOak, running back

6-1, 210, junior

Punishing runner with speed. ... Rushed for a county regular-season high and GlenOak-record 2,030 yards to go with 22 TDs. ... Tallied two 300-yard rushing game, including 320 against Massillon. ... Averaged 35.8 carries a game. ... Ohio State recruit. ... Two-time all-county first teamer.


Jon Miller

Perry, running back

5-10, 190, junior

Strong, compact back who wore down defenses. ... Set Perry records for rushing yards (1,646), attempts (271) and TDs scored (26) in a season, along with single-game attempts (36). ... Eclipsed 100-yards rushing in each game.


Jim Luther

Lake, running back

6-1, 181, senior

Has run for 1,192 yards and 23 TDs in nine games, leading Lake to a regional championship despite completely tearing ACL in left knee. ... Second all-time leading rusher (2,988 yards) and scorer (302 points) in Lake history. Needs 25 yards to break rushing record.


Devin Smith

Massillon, wide receiver-returner

6-3, 185, senior

Explosive athlete. ... Caught 60 passes for county-high 1,130 yards and nine TDs. ... Totaled 1,674 all-purpose yards. ... His career numbers of 110 receptions, 2,119 yards and 24 TDs are all second in Massillon history. ... Repeat all-county first teamer. ... Ohio State recruit.


Joey Housos

Hoover, wide receiver

6-1, 180, senior

Developed into a go-to receiver. ... Good quickness and sure hands. ... Led Vikings with 53 receptions for 697 yards and seven TDs.


Justin Olack

Massillon, wide receiver

6-4, 200, senior

Great size and hands. ... Good quickness for size. ... Caught 37 passes for 661 yards and seven TDs. ... His 1,424 career receiving yards are third in Massillon history. ... Pitt recruit.


Tony Magnacca

Perry, wide receiver-defensive back

5-11, 170, senior

Set Perry single-season record with 649 receiving yards. ... Averaged 21.6 yards per catch and grabbed six TDs. ... Added 67 tackles, 10 pass breakups and two interceptions.


Skyler Parks

McKinley, offensive lineman

6-0, 267, junior

Blocked for an offense that totaled 2,430 yards and 37 TDs rushing, while gaining 3,976 total yards.


Warren Parks

Perry, offensive lineman

5-10, 240, senior

Top blocker for record-setting Perry offense that totaled 2,310 yards and 32 TDs on the ground. ... The Panthers’ hard-nose identity started up front with Parks and the line.


John Taggart

Louisville, offensive lineman

6-2, 225, senior

Consistent performer on a unit that developed into a strength as the season progressed. ... Helped the balanced Leopards gain 3,743 yards of offense and average 30.2 points a game.


Sean Hemlick

Lake, offensive lineman-defensive lineman

6-1, 234, senior

One of toughest, steadiest performers on disciplined Lake team averaging 30.6 points. ... Also starter at defensive end, totaling 45 tackles, five tackles for loss and a sack.


Justice Karmie

Lake, offensive lineman-defensive lineman

6-4, 263, senior

Developed into a force at tackle. ... Has helped Lake average 30.6 points and 200.8 rushing yards.   ... Makes an impact in spot duty on defense. ... Has an offer from Youngstown State.


DEFENSE

Steve Miller

McKinley, defensive lineman-tight end

6-4, 242, senior

Constantly battled double teams and still finished with 55 hits, seven sacks and four tackles for loss. ... An immovable object at end. ... Accumulated 28 sacks over three years. ... Ohio State recruit.


Se’Von Pittman

McKinley, defensive lineman-tight end

6-5, 235, junior

Long, fast end who created havoc. ... Northeast Inland District Defensive Player of the Year. ... Totaled 96 hits, five sacks and a team-high 14 tackles for loss. ... Has offer from Alabama.


Mitchell Paulino

Lake, defensive lineman

6-1, 272, senior

Three-year starter. ... Strong, disruptive player at defensive tackle. ... Has totaled 78 tackles, 7 tackles for loss and two sacks.


Luke Merrell

GlenOak, defensive lineman-tight end

6-3, 195, senior

Hard-charging end who combined speed and strength. ... Totaled 10 tackles-for-loss, three sacks and seven QB pressures. ... Knocked down five passes. ... Rebounded from injury-plagued 2009.


Corey Paulino

Lake, linebacker

6-2, 205, junior

Relentless pursuer of the football and packs a punch when he gets there. ... Very quick and athletic. ... Leads Lake with 148 tackles — tying a school record — and 13 tackles for loss. ... Two forced fumbles and a pick-six of 71 yards.


Freddie Burton

McKinley, linebacker

5-8, 192, senior

Used his compact body like a cannon ball. ... Flew around and hit anything in sight. ... Led McKinley with 146 hits. ... Totaled seven tackles for loss and forced two fumbles.


Anthony Wise

Perry, linebacker-fullback

6-2, 230, senior

A team leader who totaled 77 tackles, 12 tackles for loss, seven QB hurries and four sacks. ... Moved from offensive line to fullback, where he blocked well and caught 19 passes for 231 yards.


Michael Schooley

Louisville, linebacker-wide receiver

6-1, 185, senior

Versatile defender who could rush the passer, play the run or drop into coverage. ... Totaled 60 tackles, two tackles for loss and 1 1/2 sacks. ... Caught team-high 38 passes for 474 yards and four TDs.


Dan Reed

Lake, defensive back-wide receiver-returner

5-10, 166, senior

Impacts the game in a variety of ways. ... 65 tackles, three interceptions, four fumble recoveries. ... Leads Lake with 29 receptions for 698 yards. ... Totals 1,319 all-purpose yards.


Shamus Johnson

Hoover, defensive back

5-11, 185, senior

Fearless hitter. ... Led team with 200 tackle points, including 80 first hits, in only season with Vikings after transferring from Texas. ... Blossomed when moved from corner to safety in Week 5.


Will Logan

Jackson, defensive back-running back

5-8, 175, senior

Finished with 65 tackles and forced a fumble. ... Rushed for 295 yards and four TDs.


Tyler Allman

Massillon, defensive back-wide receiver-returner

5-10, 165, senior

Led team with 10 pass breakups and shared lead with three interceptions. ... Had 33 1/2 tackles and 5 1/2 tackles for loss. ... Helped as a receiver and returner, catching one TD pass.


Tyler Miller

Massillon, defensive back-wide receiver-returner

5-9, 170, senior

Shared the team lead with three interceptions, returning one for a TD. ... Had 29 1/2 tackles and six pass breakups. ... Helped as a receiver and returner, catching one TD pass.


Jeremy White

Louisville, defensive back-wide receiver

6-0, 166, junior

Intercepted three passes, returning one for a TD. ... Caught team highs of 601 yards and nine TDs. ... Averaged 18.8 yards a catch.