2012 all-league football teams
Original post made on Dec 4, 2012
==B Most Valuable Player: == Kyle Dozier (Saratoga) Sr.
==B MVP Offense: ==Keller Chryst (Palo Alto) Jr. QB
==B MVP Lineman: ==Spencer Drazovich (Palo Alto) Sr.
==B Outstanding Wide Receiver: ==Jayshawn Gates-Mouton (Palo Alto) Sr.
==B Outstanding Tight End: == De'Antay Williams (Palo Alto) Sr.
==B Outstanding Outside Linebacker: ==Andrew Frick (Palo Alto) Jr.
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on Dec 4, 2012 at 5:24 pm
The SCVAL de Anza all-star team has 5 Quarterbacks getting "First Team" or better (MVP and Outstanding)!!. In total, there have to be more than 60 names getting "First team" or better. Do football teams still use 11 players on each side, with a few specialists (K, punter, returners, utility). Selecting all-stars usually requires tough choices. Here, there were no choices. Might be easier to list who didn't get awards in the SCVAL de Anza division. Go SHP!
on Dec 5, 2012 at 9:42 am
You know how many SHP players would be 2nd string in the DEANZA....too many to list. While the DAL list may have many names, this league is the strongest in CCS besides WCAL. Enjoy you DIV title but keep your opinions in the weak PAL league!
on Dec 5, 2012 at 11:01 am
Hey PALY guy,
I was trying to be diplomatic...there are actually more than 75 players named "First Team" or better; 5 QBs, 12 DLinemen; 12 LBs..the list goes on. I don't know how many SHP players would be Second team in the DAL - my guess is that all DAL players, other than the almost 80 named "First Team" or better, are on the "Second team" It's not about stronger/weaker, it's about integrity. Don't make the all-star process a joke (13 OLinemen! - ribbons for everyone). The PAL-Bay has only 28 different players named First Team or better - seems a bit closer to reality.