CONGRATULATIONS TO:
ANDREW FOX

3rd TEAM ALL-NY STATE RUNNING BACK

 

2003 AGR - HONORABLE MENTION SELECTIONS
LEROY OATKAN KNIGHTS
   
Ian Christiansen - Sr.
Lineman
Tim Dieffenbacher - Jr.
Lineman/Linebacker
Andrew Fox - Jr.
Running Back/Linebacker
Jake Whiting - Sr.
Receiver/RB/Def.End

 

2003 LCAA DIV. 2 FOOTBALL ALL-STARS


LEROY SOPHOMORE RB
MIKE FARABELLA

SECTION V - CLASS C
ONTARIO-HONDA OFFENSIVE
PLAYER OF THE WEEK 4

 

2003 ALL-GREATER ROCHESTER FOOTBALL TEAM
Name
School
Year
Height/Weight
Position
Jeff Boop
Caledonia-Mumford
Sr.
6-0/240
Lineman
Brennan Briggs
Batavia
Sr.
5-7/155
Def. Back
Phil Byers
Gates-Chili
Sr.
6-1/285
Lineman
Dan Clay
Penfield
Sr.
5-10/215
Linebacker
Mike Condon
Victor
Jr.
6-2/230
Lineman
Jeremy Darron
Caledonia-Mumford
Jr.
6-0/200
Running Back
Tom Ferron
Clyde-Savannah
Sr.
6-4/235
End
Mike Kaplun
Web. Schroeder
Sr.
6-1/190
Def. Back
Derek Kinder
Albion
Sr.
6-1/200
Running Back
C. J. Lee
Pittsford
Sr.
6-0/165
Def. Back
Rob Lunn
Penfield
Sr.
6-4/250
Lineman
Chris McClurg
Web. Schroeder
Sr.
6-4/260
Lineman
Sean McLaughlin
Fairport
Sr.
5-11/230
Linebacker
Rick Palermo
Web. Thomas
Sr.
6-2/185
Wide Receiver
Alex Ralph
Victor
Jr.
5-11/170
Quarterback
Mark Schaller
Greece Athena
Sr.
5-9/170
Linebacker
Justin Schifano
Web. Schroeder
Jr.
6-5/295
Lineman
Mike Stenclik
Web. Schroeder
Jr.
6-1/220
Running Back
Brandon Sykes
Edison
Sr.
6-2/210
Def. Back
Jay-Jay Vanderstyne
Victor
Sr.
5-11/185
Wide Receiver
Tim Weber
Gates-Chili
Sr.
5-10/185
Linebacker
Joe Zacardo
Web. Thomas
Jr.
5-11/215
Quarterback
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Player of the Year: Mike Stenclik (Webster Schroeder)
Coach of the Year: Mike Monacelli (Caledonia-Mumford)

 

Onondaga's Mike Hart led a 27-point 4th quarter explosion for the
Tigers to overcome Section 2 power Cambridge in the 2003 NY State
Class D Finals. OCS trailed 21-14 with less than 10 minutes to play in
the contest when Hart scored 4 TDs in the final stanza on runs of
86, 84, 26, and 29 yards. Final score Onondaga 41, Cambridge 21.

 

CONGRATS TO THE CAL-MUM RED RAIDERS
NEW YORK STATE'S FIRST
4-TIME STATE CHAMPIONS OF HS FOOTBALL