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Mercury All-Area: 2021 Football Teams


First Team

QB: Ethan Kohler, Perkiomen Valley

RB: Avrey Grimm, Owen J. Roberts

RB: Josh Little, Pope John Paul II

FB: Owen Koch, Phoenixville

WR: Dawson Debebe, Perkiomen Valley

WR: Kolten Kqira, Spring-Ford

WR: Alex Vassallo, Daniel Boone

TE: Zach Zollers, Spring-Ford

OL: Jake Jonassen, Perkiomen Valley

OL: Roman Ciaverelli, Phoenixville

OL: Ian Harvie, Spring-Ford

OL: Tommy Dickinson, Methacton

OL: Jacob Dobrowolski, Pope John Paul II

All-Purpose Player: Ryan Klimek, Perkiomen Valley

K: Ryan Klimek, Perkiomen Valley

Second Team

QB: Ryan Freed, Spring-Ford

QB: DJ Clarke, Pope John Paul II

RB: Harry Adieyefeh, Spring-Ford

RB: Leo Egbe, Boyertown

FB: AJ Hofer, Daniel Boone

WR: Michael Poruban, Perkiomen Valley

WR: Hayden Tenbroeck, Phoenixville

TE: Nolan Clayton, Upper Merion

OL: Grant Euker, Perkiomen Valley

OL: Solomon Ortiz, Phoenixville

OL: Kyle Pry, Boyertown

OL: Nyzir Lake, Pope John Paul II

OL: Dominic Demeno, Pottsgrove

OL: Jonathan Havrilak, Owen J. Roberts

All-Purpose Player: Tre Davis, Phoenixville

K: Cyrus Palladino, Upper Merion

First Team

DL: Zach Zollers, Spring-Ford

DL: Colin Leahy, Daniel Boone

DL: Brendan Kenning, Pope John Paul II

DL/LB: Aston Shrum, Owen J. Roberts

LB: Bryan Helenski, Perkiomen Valley

LB: Ryan Horvath, Spring-Ford

LB: Steele DePetrillo, Pope John Paul II

LB: Brady Thompson, Upper Perkiomen

DB: Cole Turner, Spring-Ford

DB: Joe Pickell, Pope John Paul II

DB: Brian Dickey, Methacton

DB: Jeremy Brewer, Perkiomen Valley

P: Nate Millard, Daniel Boone

KR: Gage Swanger, Spring-Ford

PR: Amir Brunson, Pottsgrove

Second Team

DL: Boubakar Jalloh, Upper Merion

DL: Gavin Shafer, Spring-Ford

DL: Mark White, Pottsgrove

DL: Luke Ordway, Boyertown

LB: Will Fish, Spring-Ford

LB: Gage Young, Perkiomen Valley

LB: Josh Little, Pope John Paul II

LB: Max Neeson, Pottsgrove

DB: Trenton Allen, Pottsgrove

DB: Jake Beaudoin, Perkiomen Valley

DB: Matt Blakemore, Methacton

DB: Payton West, Spring-Ford

DB: Quintin Craig, Hill School

P: Tyler Ready, Methacton


Boyertown: Roman Marinello

Daniel Boone: Draven Klick, Tony Rulli, Ryan Souder

Hill School: Luke Cawley, Quintin Craig, Mauricio Hinds, Anthony McMullan, Dante McQueen, Kayden White, Anthony Wise

Methacton: Dan Brandi, Giancarlo DeFilippis, Khaydon Smith

Norristown: Chris Carter

Owen J. Roberts: Danny Cashman, Dominic Franks, Christian Gregory

Perkiomen Valley: Andrew Beck, Ryan Boozer, Austin Henry, Shane Nelson, Carson Pascoe

Phoenixville: Jaime Gray, Andrew Kirk, Sam Moore, Ty Romance, Ahmid Spivey, Mike Sposato

Pope John Paul II: TJ Boccella, Steve Rist, Derek Skarbek, Kese Williams

Pottsgrove: Bryce Caffrey, Shane Caffrey, Riley Delp, Cory Jubilee-Scott, Tyler Kaufman, Vinny Scarnato, Ryan Sisko

Pottstown: Johnny Cranford, Fredy Rodriguez

Spring-Ford: Mike Bendowski, Carson Bogdan, Luke Ellor, J’Seth Owens, Luke Pajovich

Upper Merion: Zayd Etheridge, J’Sun Hampton-Miller, Wyatt Hart, Alzere Thomas

Upper Perkiomen: Dylan Hank, Damon Faraco, Logan Simmon

Player of the Year

Ethan Kohler, Perkiomen Valley

Kohler tossed for 2,400 yards and 28 touchdowns compared to just four interceptions while completing 67 percent of his passes. He added another 567 yards and 12 touchdowns on the ground as he guided the Vikings to the Pioneer Athletic Conference championship. (full story here)

“I cannot say enough about how Ethan’s grown as a player, a leader, and as a human being,” Perkiomen Valley coach Rob Heist said. “He’s worked his way into that conversation with the best quarterbacks to come through our program, and that’s not an easy task. When all is said and done, he’s going to leave here as the No. 2 all-time passer in Perkiomen Valley history behind Stephen Sturm.”

Defensive Player of the Year

Cole Turner, Spring-Ford

Turner led the PAC with six interceptions – including an eye-popping four picks in the first half of an October 8 game at Norristown, won by the Rams 49-0. He returned two of the half-dozen picks for scores, also contributing 28 solo tackles and forcing a fumble while leading the Spring-Ford secondary throughout the 2021 season.

“He’s not only tremendous statistically, leading the area in interceptions – he’s supporting the run and he’s getting guys in the right place,” said Spring-Ford head coach Chad Brubaker. “From a leadership standpoint, we haven’t had many guys who compared to Cole. He keeps people focused and on task in practice, he’s the first guy there if he sees a teammate heading in the wrong direction. Cole’s as good a leader as we’ve had at Spring-Ford.”

Coach of the Year

Rob Heist, Perkiomen Valley

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