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The 2016 All Unruly 2nd Team

2nd Team Captain 

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In 2015 there was no player that impressed the Morris Sussex Sports writers more than Carlo Zarro. His toughness and will to win came through on both sides of the ball.  However, early on in 2016 he was sidelined by a severe concussion which did not allow him to come back on the field.  Instead of getting down, he used his leadership skills to help his Rams to rally all the way to the semi-finals (photo by Georgi Muha).

Team Captain: Carlo Zarro – Randolph (Senior)

2nd Team Offense

(photo by Mattie Marano)

Jefferson runningback Connor Brown was superb in 2016 gaining nearly 1,000-yards of total offense and racking up 11 touchdowns.  What impressed us the most about looking at Brown’s film was what he did when he wasn’t carrying the ball.  The senior captain can be seen executing perfect blocks, helping up teammates after plays and encouraging players if they made mistakes (photo by Mattie Marano).

Quarterback:  Jay Pruden – Lenape Valley (Senior)
Quarterback:  Dave Jachera – Pequannock (Junior)
Quarterback:  Timmy Adams – Chatham (Senior)
Runningback:  Berrell Neal – Pope John (Junior)
Runningback:  Will Verrico – Butler (Senior)
Runningback:  Conner Brown – Jefferson (Senior)
Fullback:  Jake Wilkerson – Hopatcong (Senior)
Wide Receiver:  Michal Radomski – Hanover Park (Junior)
Wide Receiver:  Greg Olson – Delbarton (Senior)
Wide Receiver:  Justin Burke – Morristown (Senior)
Tight End:  Devin Caruso – Morris Hills (Junior)
Offensive Lineman:  Michael Huston – Delbarton (Senior)
Offensive Lineman:  Justin Gurth – Par Hills (Junior)
Offensive Lineman:  Eric Henwood – West Morris (Senior)
Offensive Lineman:  John Radel – Mount Olive (Senior)
Offensive Lineman:  Charles Zarzecki – Boonton (Senior)

2nd Team Defense

(photo by Lisa Mita Photography).

Hanover Park linebacker Eddie Schimminger was flat out dominating players much bigger than himself all season long in 2016.  This dynamo was a wrecking ball for the Hornets, racking up an astonishing 144 tackles and was a key factor in a slew of turnovers.  Without #23 in on just about every tackle, I am not sure HP gets to the semi-finals (photo by Lisa Mita Photography).

Defensive Lineman:  Justin Fuss – Pequannock (Senior)
Defensive Lineman:  Marquis Muschett – Pope John (Senior)
Defensive Lineman:  Joe Ruggieri – Lenape Valley (Senior)
Defensive Lineman:  Dante DiIonno – Madison (Senior)
Linebacker:  Eddie Schimminger – Hanover Park (Senior)
Linebacker:  Cole Kreshpane – Delbarton (Junior)
Linebacker:  Zach Toback – Pequannock (Senior)
Linebacker:  Nick Zach – Randolph (Senior)
Defensive Back:  Ryan Russo – Morristown-Beard (Junior)
Defensive Back:  Seamus Nelson – Kinnelon (Senior)
Defensive Back:  Brandon Magnotta – Jefferson
Defensive Back:  Mike Trezza – Montville (Senior)
Defensive Utility: Ryan Geenhagen – Pope John (Junior)

2nd Team Specials

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Valentine was one of the most dynamic ball carriers in Morris Sussex in 2016.  The junior averaged over 7-yards a carry and scored every ten times he touched the ball before having a season ending hand injury in Week 6 (photo by Ben Muha).

Kicker: Cormac Bradley – Par Hills (Senior)
Punter:  Dom Trifari – Montville (Junior)
Punt Returner: Terrance Jones – Pope John (Junior)
Kickoff Returner:  Tahj Valentine – Morristown-Beard (Junior)
Gunner: Joe Leszcynski – Pequannock (Junior)
Utility Player:  Craig Macagney – Pequannock (Senior)
Specialist: Alex Leming – Jefferson (Senior)

George Muha has been covering high school sports since 2006. He feels high school scholar-athletes are the most important part of the community and highlighting their achievements on the field, in the classroom and within the community is his personal mission.

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