Other non-contending teams on the Main Line had quarterbacks who put up fine numbers. Episcopal Academy’s Ryan Whayland threw for 1,583 yards and 11 touchdowns, while Radnor’s Chris Leighton threw for 1,063 yards and ran for 545 more.

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 2014 All-Main Line high school football teams:


Harry Rohlfing, Archbishop Carroll — Junior tight end/linebacker was the Patriots’ Most Valuable Player. A second team All-Catholic League selection at linebacker, the 6-foot-1, 185-pound junior led Patriots in receptions and averaged more than 15 yards per catch.

Martin Dorsey, Conestoga — Senior 6-foot-5, 190-pound wide receiver, a first team All-Central League selection, grabbed 48 receptions for 837 yards and 11 touchdowns.

Parke Schweider, Conestoga — Senior 6-foot-1, 205-pound running back and linebacker was a powerful runner in the Pioneers’ attack, gaining 1,151 yards in 188 carries and scoring 15 touchdowns. Was first team All-Central League selection at running back.

Eddie Jean, Conestoga — Senior 6-foot-2, 205-pound linebacker and fullback was a tough defender for the Pioneers, making 90 tackles (23 solo), with several for a loss and several sacks as well. Received second team All-Central League honors at linebacker.

John Minicozzi, Episcopal Academy — Senior center/defensive lineman was dominant on both sides of the ball. Was first team All-Inter-Ac offensive lineman and first team All-Inter-Ac defensive lineman, recording 13 tackles for loss and four sacks.

Dee Barlee, Episcopal Academy — Junior running back, a first team All-Delco and second team All-Inter-Ac selection, ran for 1,289 yards on 213 carries, and scored 15 touchdowns. Ran for 289 yards and scored five touchdowns in a 41-26 win against Penn Charter.

Sam Schlichting, Harriton — Senior was potent two-way threat for the Rams — was a first team All-Central League tight end, making 55 catches for 723 yards, and received All-Central honorable mention at linebacker. Will attend Colgate University on a football scholarship.

Jack Donaghy, Haverford High — Junior quarterback, a first team All-Central League selection, was Fords’ Most Valuable Player, leading all Delaware County passers with 1,656 yards, including 16 touchdown strikes.

Nick Costello, Haverford High — Senior 6-foot-5, 205-pound wide receiver was Fords’ offensive MVP, with 36 catches (11 for touchdowns). Was first team All-Delco selection and first team All-Central League wide receiver.

Kevin Maloney, Haverford High — Senior linebacker and captain, a first team All-Central League selection, was the Fords’ defensive MVP, making 110 tackles, four sacks and two interceptions.

Dox Aitken, Haverford School — Junior wide receiver/free safety/punter was co-Most Valuable Player in the Inter-Ac as well as a first team All-Delco selection. A multi-talented performer who made 27 receptions for 478 yards and six touchdowns; made 35 tackles and two interceptions; and was a standout punter, booming one of his kicks 84 yards. Has committed to University of Virginia for lacrosse.

Brian Denoncour, Haverford School — Junior 6-foot-3, 260-pound offensive tackle was first team All-Inter-Ac for the second year in a row, and a first team All-Delco selection as well. Was the top offensive lineman on an Inter-Ac championship squad that averaged more than 240 yards rushing per game.

Kevin Carter, Haverford School — Junior quarterback, a first team All-Delco selection and second team All-Inter-Ac signal-caller, threw for 1,532 yards and 16 touchdowns in only 10 games, completing nearly 68 percent of his passes. Threw for a school-record 391 yards against Germantown Academy, and attempted 141 passes without an interception.

Alex Hornibrook, Malvern Prep — Senior quarterback threw for a school-record 28 touchdowns, set a single season passing record (2,156 yards) and the all-time school record for career passing yards (3,356). Was first team All-Inter-Ac selection at quarterback. Headed to University of Pittsburgh.

Trevor Morris, Malvern Prep — Senior wide receiver/linebacker was first team All-Inter-Ac selection on both sides of the ball, and led the Friars with 12 touchdowns scored. Was all-state linebacker (Class AAA). Considered a standout playmaker on both offense and defense, he is heading to Rutgers University. Will be playing in the USA All-American football game in January.

Hayden Mahoney, Malvern Prep — Senior offensive lineman, a first team All-Inter-Ac selection, will be playing for Team USA in the All-American football game in January. Was all-state offensive lineman (Class AAA). Headed to the University of Miami. Led the powerful Friars in pancake blocks.

Alex Andersen, Radnor — Senior 6-foot-2, 270-pound center, a first team All-Delco and All-Central League selection, will play football for University of Pennsylvania next fall.

Dario Falcone, Radnor — Junior middle linebacker, a first team All-Delco and second team All-Central League selection, made 111 tackles (83 solo) and six sacks, including 17 in the Red Raiders’ victory against Lower Merion.


Archbishop Carroll — Sean McMorran, senior quarterback/linebacker.

Conestoga — Len Watson, senior center/defensive tackle; Daquan Perry, junior defensive tackle/fullback; Tim Miller, junior quarterback.

Episcopal Academy — Jake Martilotti, senior linebacker

Harriton — Jordan O’Donnell, senior defensive back; Patrick Stewart, junior quarterback.

Haverford High — Sam Romanofsky, senior defensive lineman; John Kim, senior running back; Evan Boyce, junior kicker.

Haverford School — Derek Mountain, senior wide receiver/linebacker; Phil Poquie, running back; Julian Jamgochian, senior offensive lineman/linebacker; Mickey Kober, junior linebacker/fullback.

Malvern Prep — Jacob Rebisz, senior offensive/defensive lineman; Ryan Murray, junior safety; Dymond Wright, senior running back.

Radnor — John Lord, senior offensive lineman/linebacker; Jack Wilson, junior wide receiver.


Archbishop Carroll – Max Frederick, senior punter/kicker; Ethan Ritchie, junior offensive lineman/defensive end.

Conestoga — Matt Prestipino, senior linebacker/fullback; Corey Manning, junior running back; Jack McLain, senior tight end/outside linebacker.

Episcopal Academy — Zahir Caldwell, senior defensive back; Austin Morgan, senior offensive lineman; Ryan Whayland, senior quarterback; Christian Feliziani, junior specialist/wide receiver/defensive back; Tyler Will, junior defensive lineman.

Haverford High — Dan Boyle, senior wide receiver; Jack Farrell, sophomore linebacker; Brian Ross, senior offensive lineman.

Haverford School — Frank Cresta, junior defensive lineman/offensive lineman; Noah Lejman, senior linebacker/tight end; Chauncey Simmons, senior offensive lineman/defensive lineman.

Lower Merion — Mike Berg, junior linebacker; Malik Ward, senior wide receiver/defensive back; Tommy Tice, junior linebacker.

Malvern Prep — Pat Finley, junior linebacker; Nick Zarkoski, senior defensive lineman; David Lynch, junior center.

Radnor — Jon Sklar, senior defensive back/wide receiver; Justin DiCarlo, junior free safety/wide receiver; Chris Leighton, senior quarterback.