Sunday, December 5, 2010

All State Accolades

Congratulations to the following players from the Huron League who recently received All State recognition:

Division 3 Offense
RB Jodeci Mays Airport

Division 3 Defense
LB Joe Dunn Milan
DL Brad Bosman Riverview

Division 4 Offense
OL Kyle Osier Huron

Division 6 Offense
OL Kyle Burkhardt SMCC

Division 6 Defense
DB Michael Pannone SMCC

32 comments:

Anonymous said...

I heard about Pannone receiving all state honors but not Burghart, was he honorable mention or something?

Anonymous said...

Oh, I see, this is the Det. Free Press team. Congrats men.

Anonymous said...

What does everyone think about Jefferson next year? Does anyone think they can be the sleeper team and challenge for the league?

Anonymous said...

Nick Bemish of Riverview signed with Central Michigan. Guess thats a perk to having Coach Stergalas. He knows a lot of college coaches. Congrats to you Nick. You worked hard for it.

Anonymous said...

Jefferson was senior dominated and a huge disappoinment. That tells me Cisco can't get it done anymore.

Anonymous said...

All-Downriver teams?

Anonymous said...

Whats up with all the love for Grosse Isle in the News Herald? There were 14 players that received some sort of acolade from the paper. Didn't they have a losing record? Can someone please explain this to me?

Anonymous said...

Grosse Ile was second only to SMCC in offense in the Huron League. I'll admit that they also had the WORST defense. All the love - as you say is all offensive players - no defensive players from GI made the list. Since this is a Downriver list you won't find names from Milan, SMCC, Jefferson or Airport on the list. Get It?

Anonymous said...

No kidding you won't find players listed from those schools but 14 players from Fantasy Island? You only have 11 on offense so somebody had to be mentioned for defense. There is no way to justify this especially since Huron who crushed Grosse Isle and made the playoffs only had 7 kids listed.

Anonymous said...

Grosse Ile had one of the more dominant offenses in the state let alone just downriver...if GI didn't have such a horrible defense they probably would have steam rolled Huron....but their defense is no good...so the lost.

Anonymous said...

You mean the dominant offense that scored 12 points on Huron.

Anonymous said...

2011 Huron League football schedules can be seen at michigan-football.com. I noticed SMCC has yet to schedule non league games, I guess Windsor School for the Blind isn't available for week 9 this year.

Anonymous said...

What would some good non league games smcc should play?

Anonymous said...

ithaca

Anonymous said...

Nobody wants to play SMCC. its hard for them to schedule anyone worth a darn. Maybe they can play airport twice. Two auto wins

Anonymous said...

What about starting a Huron League Baseball/Track and Field blog? Might pick up some intrest and also would help follow some of these athletes into their other sports...

Anonymous said...

Two automatic wins? Not this year buddy. As far as nobody wanting to play CC, then why did they turn down Inkster last year? Sure they wouldve got blown away, at least they can say it was against the best qb in the state.

Huronleaguefootball said...

I think a baseball or track blog is a great idea. Just contact me and I will help you get it started.:)

Anonymous said...

Joe Dunn recieved All-State for punting not for Defense. Atleast that's what I read in the Monroe News.

Anonymous said...

Uh-oh, police are investigating embezzlement from the riverview football booster club. What a jerk. Whoever took the money is greedy. The money belongs to the program!

Anonymous said...

I also think that a baseball and track blog is a good idea. You could get the blog trifecta Chris if you get that one going.

Anonymous said...

Being a Riverview parent, I can't believe that they would do this. These kids work hard with fund raisers to raise money and you steal it from them. I hope this person has to repay all the money or sit in jail for a long time. It's not fair to the kids.

Anonymous said...

September 16, 2011 is the day SMCC's league dominance comes to an end.

Anonymous said...

We need some new stuff to talk bout if you get time

Anonymous said...

SMCC will open the season vs Division 1 runner-up Plymouth. This would have been a tough task for an experienced team, much less the young team of this coming season. Good luck staying within 4 touchdowns Falcons.

Anonymous said...

how bout we get the blog going?

Anonymous said...

go to michigan-football and look who SMCC plays the first game

Anonymous said...

Hey since it was national signing day today can we get some information on where certain players have decided to play

Anonymous said...

SMCC being scared lol, just wait til they break the news about who they are playin this year for the first game, lets just say, it will make MONROE big D1 school look they are the school with 400 along with all the other schools and they also played on the same turf in the 14th week as smcc.

Anonymous said...

any word on huron league student athletes who signed letters of intent to play at the next level?

Anonymous said...

really not even a spark after robb stepping down? lets gets this blog running

Anonymous said...

rob white was HM all state, were all of those players first team?