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The 2016 All Unruly 3rd Team

3rd Team Captain

(photo by Al Wehrhahn)

Although West Morris’ Jake Congdon was the featured back and receiver on a lot of plays, it was what he did when he wasn’t carrying the ball is the reason why we are making him the leader of the All Unruly 3rd Team. When looking at film of the Wolfpack’s leading rusher Cole Draghi (of which there are a lot), you can see Congdon clearing the way by sealing off a defensive end, taking a linebacker head on or simply pushing Draghi over the first down line or goalline (photo by Al Wehrhahn).

3rd Team Captain: Jake Congdon – West Morris (Senior)

3rd Team Offense

(photo by Ben Muha)

Pope John junior quarterback Ty Hranicka is one of the most fun players to watch in Morris Sussex. No matter what the score is, you always feel like he’s going to get the W for the Johnnies.  This year #5 led his team to a 6-5 record that ended in the semi-finals against arguably the best conference in the country.  Just wait to see what this guy is capable of next season (photo by Ben Muha)!

Quarterback:  Ty Hranicka – Pope John (Junior)
Quarterback: Ryan Finlay – West Morris (Senior)
Quarterback:  Nick Vittorio – Morris Knolls (Senior)
Runningback:  Frank Hofmann – Sussex Tech (Senior)
Runningback: Troy DuPont – Lenape Valley (Junior)
Runningback: Chad Musilli – High Point (Junior)
Fullback:  Nick Walls – Morris Hills (Senior)
Wide Receiver:  Robert Bakovic – Mount Olive (Junior)
Wide Receiver: Jon Byers – Sparta (Senior)
Wide Receiver: Jhadir Charles – Pope John (Junior)
Tight End: Trey Zgombic – Delbarton (Junior)
Offensive Lineman:  Cliff Rutter – High Point (Senior)
Offensive Lineman:  Scott Macmillan – Lenape Valley (Senior)
Offensive Lineman:  Anthony Otto – Hanover Park (Senior)
Offensive Lineman:  Graham LeMon – Chatham (Senior)
Offensive Lineman:  Austin Pedersen – Pope John (Junior)

3rd Team Defense

(photo by Lisa Mita)

Madison’s Brian Bradley was potent on both sides of the ball in 2016 and one of the main reasons the Dodgers went the distance.  With still another year left to play, Bradley gives Madison a great chance to allow it’s unbeaten streak to span over three years (photo by Lisa Mita).

Defensive Lineman:  Ty Teresa – Montville (Senior)
Defensive Lineman:  Kyle Connelly – Hackettstown (Senior)
Defensive Lineman:  Chandler Boykins – Randolph (Junior)
Defensive Lineman: Jonah Lyons – Delbarton (Senior)
Linebacker:  Dylan McDonald – Par Hills (Senior)
Linebacker:  Scott Price – Newton (Senior)
Linebacker:  Corey Mack – Butler (Senior)
Linebacker:  Matt Burke – Montville (Senior)
Defensive Back:  Michael Roumes – Roxbury (Junior)
Defensive Back:  Michael Josephs – Lenape Valley (Senior)
Defensive Back:  Deshea Wilfong – Dover (Senior)
Defensive Back:  Brian Bradley – Madison (Junior)
Defensive Utility: Samuel Darrell – Pope John (Junior)

3rd Team Specials

(photo by Mattie Marano)

Madison sophomore Matty Mulcahy was one of the most dynamic players in Morris Sussex.  He played a key role in Madison’s 13-7 state championship win over Lenape Valley as he broke away for the game sealing touchdown (photo by Mattie Marano).

Kicker: Damian Gonzalez – Morris Hills (Senior)
Punter: Dylan Brancaccio – Butler (Senior)
Punt Returner: Mike Stefkovich – Vernon (Junior)
Kickoff Returner: Matty Mulcahy – Madison (Sophomore)
Gunner: Peter Taylor – West Morris (Senior)
Utility Player: Ryan Schmitz – Madison (Junior)
Specialist: Matt Boyd – Madison (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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