The Clinton Herald, Clinton, Iowa

High School Sports

November 22, 2013

Football: Indian, Rebels honored


Second team

Camanche — Easton McDaniel, sr., rb; Brady Beal, jr., qb/rb; Zach Feller, jr., lb. Cascade — Mitch Recker, jr.; Reis Rausch, jr.; Austin Waller, jr. Center Point-Urbana — Nick Thibault, sr., wr/db; Tate Sullivan, sr., te; Mason McCauley, jr., db. Dyersville Beckman — Kyle Grover, sr., rb/db; Tyler Hirsch, so., rb/lb; Logan Welling, jr., ol. Monticello — Greg Kraus, jr., rb; Jarrett Easton, jr., wr; Isaac Holtz, sr., ol. Mount Vernon — Carson Kunts, sr., ol; Johnny See, jr., wr; Connor Herrmann, so., lb. Northeast — Mitch Moehr, jr., wr/lb; Josh Soll, jr., ol/lb; Ethan Krogman, sr., ol/dl.

Honorable mention

Camanche — Ryan Langston, so., lb; Lane Kaczinski, sr., ol. Cascade — Dan Kinsella, sr.; Danny McElmeel, jr. Center Point-Urbana — Dalton Cress, sr., ol; Alec Burke, jr., lb. Dyersville Beckman — Jared Lueken, sr., k; Nick Fallon, so., lb. Monticello — Jayson Blunt, jr., ol; Trent Atchison, jr., lb. Mount Vernon — Luke Muller, jr., db; Josh Hof, jr., de. Northeast — Garrett Moeller, sr., ol/dl; Jack Murphy, sr., wr/db.

Offensive MVPs — Hammann, Beckman; Steger, Beckman.

Defensive MVP — Weber, Cascade.

Top punter — Pisarik, Mount Vernon.

Top kicker — Paddock, Monticello.

Coaches of the Year — Tim Frake, Cascade; Gregg Hammann, Beckman; Jon Kyte, Monticello.

Final standings

Dist. Overall


Beckman 5 1 8 3

Cascade 5 1 8 3

Monticello 4 2 6 4

Center Pt.-Urbana 3 3 5 5

Mount Vernon 3 3 4 5

Northeast 1 5 1 8

Camanche 0 6 2 7



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