Gridiron greats: Presenting the 2015 All-Main Line football teams

The Main Line high school football scene included a good number of talented teams this fall, particularly undefeated Haverford School, which captured its third consecutive InterAc title; and Haverford High, which won its first Central League championship since 1995 with a perfect 8-0 league mark.
The InterAc had several strong Main Line teams, including Malvern Prep (9-2 overall) and Episcopal Academy (6-4). In the Central League, Radnor posted a 7-4 overall record, and Conestoga (5-5) had a solid campaign.
The All-Main Line high school football teams are selected by the coaches. Because Main Line Media News covers 19 high schools, the Main Line Media News sports staff limits the number of sports available to first team, second team and honorable mention – but follows the priority of the coaches’ selections.
What follows are the 2015 All-Main Line high school football teams:


Pete Jean, Conestoga – Senior linebacker and wide receiver, a first team All-Central League linebacker, made 108 tackles (36 solos, 11 for loss). Winner of a Mini Max award from the Maxwell Football Club for being one of the top players in the area.

Corey Manning, Conestoga – Senior running back, a first team All-Central League selection, gained 1,368 yards on 225 carries, averaging more than six yards per carry, and scored 15 touchdowns.

Dee Barlee, Episcopal Academy – Senior running back, a first team All-InterAc selection, scored 16 touchdowns, led the Churchmen in rushing with 924 yards, and finished his football career as Episcopal Academy’s all-time leading running back with 2,960 yards.

Christian Feliziani, Episcopal Academy – Senior wide receiver and defensive back, a first team All-InterAc selection, led EA in receiving yards for the third straight season, scoring four touchdowns by air and two return TD’s.

Jack Donaghy, Haverford High – Senior quarterback, a first team All-Central QB and the All-Delco Player of the Year, led the Fords to their first Central League title since 1995, throwing for a school-record 2,706 yards passing and 33 touchdowns.

Jack Farrell, Haverford High – Junior linebacker, a first team All-Central League and first team All-Delco selection, made 102 tackles and five interceptions.

Dox Aitken, Haverford School – Senior wide receiver/free safety/punter, a two-time Inter-Ac Player of the Year and a first team All-Delco selection, grabbed 46 passes for 883 yards (a 19.2 yard-per-catch average) and 11 touchdowns; averaged seven tackles per game; made five interceptions; and averaged more than 41 yards per punt with eight downed inside the opponent’s 20-yard line.

Mickey Kober, Haverford School – Senior linebacker and offensive tackle, a first team All-InterAc and All-Delco selection, made 78 tackles (13 for loss, and six sacks) and four interceptions; while doing a standout job on the offensive side of the line as well for the InterAc champions.

Brian Denoncour, Haverford School – Senior offensive tackle and nose guard, a first team All-InterAc and All-Delco selection, is a three-time All-InterAc pick as an offensive lineman. Defensively, he “ate up double teams all year” in the words of Haverford School head coach Michael Murphy.

Frank Cresta, Haverford School – Senior defensive end and offensive guard, a first team All-InterAc and All-Delco selection, was a versatile performer for the InterAc champions, starting the first four games of the season at linebacker then moving back to his original DE spot, making 59 tackles and four sacks. His fine work at offensive guard proved valuable to the Fords’ attack.

Rashon Lusane, Malvern Prep – Senior defensive back, wide receiver and quarterback made 85 tackles from the safety spot, where he earned first team All-InterAc honors, and made a lot of key plays during the season for the powerful Friars. Is also an All-American wrestler, and was nominated for Team USA vs. Canada this winter.

O’Shaan Allison, Malvern Prep – Sophomore running back ran for more than 1,600 yards this fall, scoring 18 touchdowns on the ground and three more in the air while earning first team All-InterAc honors.

Jake Glavin, Malvern Prep – Junior offensive tackle had quite an impact on Malvern’s potent offense this season, and was considered a dominating presence on the offensive line, generating the Friars’ powerful attack and earning first team All-InterAc honors.

Ryan Murray, Malvern Prep – Senior defensive end and outside linebacker, a first team All-InterAc selection, was a highly aggressive, active performer on defense, making 18 sacks as well as 14 tackles for loss, and was considered a terror to opposing quarterbacks. Also is a standout lacrosse player.

Jack Wilson, Radnor – Senior wide receiver and defensive back averaged 19.8 yards per catch, grabbing 29 passes for five touchdowns and earning first team All-Central League honors as a receiver. Averaged 8.2 yards per run, carrying the ball 52 times for 428 yards. Earned second team All-Delco honors as a defensive back.

Dario Falcone, Radnor – Senior linebacker was a first team All-Central League and first team All-Delco selection, making 103 tackles in 11 games and forcing five fumbles. His standout defensive play was key to the Red Raiders’ excellent season.

Colin Bradley, Radnor – The senior right tackle’s stellar play on the offensive line triggered a potent Red Raiders’ attack. A first team All-Central League selection, the 6-foot-5, 280-pound senior has a full football scholarship to Lafayette.


Archbishop Carroll – Harry Rohlfing, senior tight end/linebacker; Rich Melito, junior linebacker/fullback.
Conestoga – Will Gradisek, senior tight end/defensive lineman; Dondre Ross, senior defensive back/wide receiver.
Episcopal Academy – Dallas Taylor, junior defensive lineman; CJ McAnally, junior athlete; Jake Martillucci, junior linebacker.
Harriton – Patrick Stewart, senior quarterback.
Haverford High – Billy Farrell, senior defensive lineman; Ethan Samel, senior defensive back; Mike Romanofsky, junior running back; Bob McClure, senior wide receiver; Chris Trainor, junior wide receiver.
Haverford School – Tommy Toal, junior quarterback; Micah Sims, senior defensive back/wide receiver; Tom McNamara, senior kicker; Mallik Twyman, junior running back.
Lower Merion – Mike Berg, senior linebacker.
Malvern Prep – Pat Finley, senior linebacker; John Skrocki, senior offensive lineman; Mike Fay, junior wide receiver/defensive back.
Radnor –Jack Horvath, sophomore running back; Isaiah Coates, junior defensive lineman.


Archbishop Carroll – Khadir Roberts, junior defensive back; Anthony Sabol, junior offensive lineman.
Conestoga – Daquan Perry, senior defensive lineman/fullback; Robert Ackerman, senior outside linebacker.
Episcopal Academy – Dan Baker, junior defensive back; Adam Klein, sophomore offensive lineman.
Harriton –Jake Smolenski, senior tight end; Jack Thomas, sophomore defensive back.
Haverford High – Josh Lafferty, senior defensive back; Dennis Spaventa, senior defensive lineman; Kareem Bernard, junior running back.
Haverford School – Keyveat Postell, senior wide receiver; Colin Hurlbrink, sophomore defensive end; Asim Richards, freshman defensive end.
Malvern Prep – David Lynch, senior center; Nick Leasure, senior offensive lineman.
Radnor – Griffin Monaghan, senior defensive lineman; Patrick McDermott, junior quarterback; Alex Hino, senior defensive back.

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