The Clinton Herald, Clinton, Iowa


November 12, 2012

Punter Peters on MAC first team

River Kings put 3 on second team


BURLINGTON — Third team


Quarterbacks — Jake Gervase, jr. (Davenport Assumption); Brady Letney, jr. (Pleasant Valley). Running backs — Nick Schebler, sr. (Davenport Assumption); Dustin Caldwell, jr. (Clinton); Josh Limkeman, sr. (North Scott); Nick Slavens, jr. (Pleasant Valley). Tight end — Kris Klabunde, sr. (Bettendorf). Wideouts — Nick Heimendinger, sr. (Bettendorf); Ricky Grimes, so. (North Scott); Jon Rus, sr. (North Scott); AJ Smith, sr. (Pleasant Valley). Linemen — Hunter Williams, jr. (Davenport Assumption); Raekwon Jefferson, jr. (Bettendorf); Zach Bartling, sr. (Muscatine); Chris Boer, sr. (North Scott); Jordan Peters, sr. (Pleasant Valley); Tyler Zerbonia, jr. (Pleasant Valley).


Linemen — Sean Easler, sr. (Davenport Assumption); Matt Albert, jr. (Bettendorf); Jacob Light, sr. (Davenport Central); Cegan Long, sr. (North Scott); Cody Soultz, sr. (Pleasant Valley); Daquan Terry, sr. (Pleasant Valley). Linebackers — Nick Georgian, sr. (Davenport Assumption); Mitch Valentine, sr. (Davenport North); Colin Kreiter, so. (North Scott); Grant Milam, sr. (Pleasant Valley). Secondary — Peter Doyle, sr. (Davenport Assumption); Tristan O’brien, jr. (Bettendorf); Peter Goeckner, sr. (Burlington); Joey Faison, sr. (Davenport Central); Dylan Beyhl, sr. (Davenport North); Caleb Burt, sr. (North Scott). Punter — Conor Bryant, sr. (Pleasant Valley).

Honorable mention


Running backs — Kahlil McMeans, sr. (Davenport Assumption); Chance Carmen, sr. (Burlington); Brandon Infiesto, jr. (Pleasant Valley). Tight ends — Jacob Borcher, sr. (Davenport North); Seth Skahill, sr. (Pleasant Valley). Wideouts — Colin Gould, sr. (Davenport Assumption); Michael Knouse, sr. (Davenport Assumption); Maiique Hudson, sr. (Bettendorf); Tyler Thacker, sr. (Clinton); Noah Gumpert, sr. (North Scott). Linemen — Mason Owens, sr. (Davenport Assumption); Tyler Ramker, sr. (Davenport Assumption); Jake Turner, jr. (Davenport Assumption); Kyle Smith, jr. (Bettendorf); Jacob Oldaker, sr. (Clinton); Logan Burke, sr. (Davenport Central); Thomas Corbin, jr. (Davenport Central); Matt Heeren, sr. (Davenport West); George Campbell, jr. (Davenport West); Tyler Brooks, sr. (Muscatine); Dexter Golinghorst, sr. (North Scott); Kane Johnson, so. (North Scott); Brady Hardeman, sr. (North Scott).


Linemen — Max Owens, sr. (Davenport Assumption); Drake Grenier, sr. (Davenport Assumption); Joe McGovern, sr. (Bettendorf); Antone Swayzer, jr. (Burlington); Dilan Beaird, sr. (Burlington); Jacob Oldaker, sr. (Clinton); Chanslor Nicholson, sr. (Davenport Central); Tomas Gutierrez, sr. (Davenport West); Korie Gafeller, sr. (Muscatine); Nathan Pauli, jr. (North Scott); Mitch Hughes, sr. (North Scott); Cesar Garcia, sr. (Muscatine). Linebackers — Chase Hager, so. (Davenport Assumption); Cassin Wolfe, so. (Bettendorf); David Smith, so. (Bettendorf); Chance Carman, sr. (Burlington); Derek Elmore, sr. (Burlington); Jacob Behrendt, jr. (Davenport Central); Joe Pancratz, sr. (North Scott); Anthony Lampmann, sr. (Pleasant Valley). Secondary — Kolton O’Day, jr. (Davenport Assumption); Jordan Bonner-Lowery, sr. (Bettendorf); Malique Hudson, sr. (Bettendorf); Mark Wells, jr. (Bettendorf); Mauricio Cardenas, jr. (Burlington); Alex Caldwell, jr. (Clinton); Rodric Jackson, sr. (Davenport Central); Brady Shively, sr. (North Scott); Tanner Carpenter, sr. (Pleasant Valley). Punters — Jake Gervase, jr. (Davenport Assumption); Tyler Lloyd, sr. (Muscatine).

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