2014 Season

  • ECIC AA SOUTH ALL STARS:

    1ST TEAM: JACK MYERS, JR, WR

    2ND TEAM: MATT HAETTICH, SR, LB/TE, NICK CAFARELLA, SR, OL/DL, AARON HARM, JR, LB/RB, SEAN KLINE, SR, S

    HONORABLE MENTION: DAWSON BROAD, JR, QB, TIM SKEA, JR, WR/LB

     

    VARSITY

    Captains Awards

    Matt Haettich

    Ryan Sherk

    Nick Cafarella

     

    Offensive MVP: Aaron Harm

    Defensive MVP: Jack Myers

    Special Teams MVP: Sean Kline

     

    BLEED BLUE AWARDS:

     

    10th Grade:         Alan Delmonte               

    11th Grade:          Adam Lampman

    12th Grade:          Nick Cafarella          

     

     

    School Record

    Longest Touchdown Run – 99 yards

    Aaron Harm vs. Clarence September 5, 2014

     

    2014 "Get Jacked" Award

    Presented to

    Matt Haettich

    For demonstrating the desire to fight, lead, and always being able to be counted on.

    Presented by Coach Braunscheidel in honor of his dear friend.

     

    JUNIOR VARSITY

     

    Offensive MVP: Matt Myers

    Defensive MVP: Eddie Degnan

     

    9th grade Bleed Blue: Brad Claycomb

    10th grade Bleed Blue: Jake Weber

     

    Coaches’ Award: Jacob Maurino

    Coaches’ Award:  Vinny Draper

    Modified

    MVP-  Michael Velasquez

    MVP – Kyle Haettich

    Most Improved – John Cantafio

    Most Improved – Justin Morawski

    Most Improved – Jason Celli

    Bleed Blue 8th grade-  Josh Wilson

    Bleed Blue 7th Grade- Jebadiah Braunscheidel

    Coaches Award- Evan Sherk

    Coaches Award- Dilon Weir

    Coaches Award- Kyle Bauer

     

    Program Appreciation Award

     

     

    2014 West Football Program Appreciation Award

    Presented to

    Joe “Love” Beres

    In recognition of his support and inspiration to the West Football Program’s desire to foster young me of character and leadership who can be “counted on”

     

    2014 West Football Program Appreciation Award

    Presented to

    Mike Masters

    In recognition of his support and inspiration to the West Football Program’s desire to foster young men of character, leadership, and love who can be “counted on”