Interior Football Players earn All-State Honors

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FAIRBANKS, Alaska - The All-State Teams have been released for all three levels of our High School Football teams.
Some of our interior players earned state-wide recognition.
On the Division 1 level, Lathrop's Westley "Buddy" Bockert was named a first team defensive back.
The Malemutes earned several selections for the Second team.
They swept the second team Reciever spots as Zach Kosa and Chateau Reed were named.
Corbin Tomaszewski was named second team tackle.
Lathrop also swept the second team Outside Linebacker Spots thanks to Deondric Henderson and Wyatt Story.
The West Valley Wolfpack had three representatives on the second team as Running Back Preston Damario and DBs Lance Joyner and Enrique Agnew were honored.
The North Pole Patriots had four First-Teamers at the Division 2 level.
Jamie Johnson earned first team honors on both sides of the ball, being named both a first-team Wide Reciever and Defensive Back.
Jacob Breazeale was named first team tackle while CJ Fontana was named first team Inside Linebacker.
Patriots Quarterback Craig Borba was named to the second team along with Fullback CJ Fontana, Guard Jacob Blanchard, and Outside Linebacker Easton Kirven.
The Eielson Ravens and Monroe Catholic Rams both had several selections at the Division 3 level.
Isaac Minnema was the lone first teamer for the Rams, he was named first team Defensive Back and Return Specialist.
Rams Quarterback Trae Puryear was named to the second team along with Reciever Jordan Higbee and linebacker Josh Gray.
The Eielson Ravens saw two players earn honors on both sides of the ball.
Jeremiah Brown was named to the first team at Halfback and DB.
Center and Defensive Tackle Scott Fry was also named to the first team on both sides.
Offensive Linemen Kevin Baird and Ryan Armour also earned first team honors for the dirty birds, while Zach Paul was named first team kicker.
Christian Bolton was Eielson's lone second teamer at the DB spot.
A couple Ravens earned additional hardware as Scott Fry was named state Lineman of the year.
It was a good day for Frys as Defensive Coordinator Don Fry was named Assistant Coach of the year.
Congratulations to my Dad and Brother, I am so proud of both of you.