2022 All-Area Athletes & Teams

All-Area Athletes and Teams

All-Area Athletes & Teams

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www.yoursun.com Page 17 DE — GEORGE PHILIP VENICE, SENIOR Considered undersized by coaches as an under- classman, Philip hit the weight room and became a relentless rusher o the end at 6-foot-1, 220 pounds. The senior made 99 tackles (18 for loss) with 8.5 sacks, two pass breakups, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery. LB — CONNOR TRIM CHARLOTTE, JUNIOR One of the team's top defenders, Trim was too good to use as just a linebacker. The dynamic junior was also used as a change-of-pace run- ning back ,who was the workhorse at times. He finished with 77 tackles (13 for loss), two sacks, an interception, three pass breakups, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery. Oensively, he rushed 99 times for 519 yards and eight touchdowns along with three receptions for 49 yards. LB — MARTIN RAMOS VENICE, SENIOR The Indians' leading tackler for the past two seasons, Ramos recorded 117 tackles (4 for loss) as he helped shut down several star running backs across the state. LB — LOGAN BALLARD VENICE, SENIOR A dangerous playmak- er on defense, Ballard not only had 110 tackles (10 for loss), but also had 2.5 sacks, three interceptions and a fumble recovery. He came up with two pick-sixes this season as he added on to his career record of six intercep- tions returned for a touchdown. LB — DESAVION CASSAWAY VENICE, SENIOR A three-year starting linebacker for the Indians, Cassaway was essential as an outside backer. He recorded 94 tackles (1 for loss) along with four interceptions, four pass breakups and a forced fumble. DB — ELLIOT WASHINGTON II VENICE, JUNIOR A four-star rated recruit with oers to roughly two dozen top college football pro- grams, Washington II was tough to beat this season. The junior wasn't tested often, coming up with four interceptions and four pass breakups along with 58 tackles (2 for loss). His biggest game came in the regional final against a top-rated re- ceiver in Jayden Gibson. Washington II finished with two interceptions, including one where he ripped the ball from Gibson in the end zone. DB — MYLES WESTON VENICE, SENIOR Weston proved himself to be an eective receiv- er — with 33 receptions for 533 yards and four touchdowns as a junior — but was asked to switch to cornerback as a senior. Weston adjusted well, finishing with four interceptions, four pass breakups and 42 tack- les, including a diving interception in the 8A state final. DB — JEREMIAH LEGUERRE NORTH PORT, JUNIOR One of the top playmak- ers in the area, opposing quarterbacks soon learned to throw any- where Laguerre wasn't. The Bobcats do-it-all player opened the season with seven interceptions through four games as the team's free safety while also adding on five pass breakups and 39 tackles before season's end. Laguerre was also used in the rushing and return game at times. SECOND TEAM OFFENSE QB — TREY RUTAN, Lemon Bay, junior RB — JASON HOGAN, Lemon Bay, senior WR — KEYON SEARS, Venice, junior WR — ALEX PERRY, Port Charlotte, senior WR — DYLAN ALMEYDA, North Port, senior OL — JOHN KISGEN, Venice, senior OL — MAKHETE GUEVE, Venice, senior OL — JAYCE MARCUM, Port Charlotte, sophomore OL — BIAGGIO FRATTARELLI, Charlotte, senior OL — JALEN TAYLOR, DeSoto County, senior TE — CAEL NEWTON, Charlotte, junior ATH — EDD GUERRIER, Port Charlotte, sophomore K — KIRILL KOTOV, Venice, junior P — COLE CAWTHORNE, North Port, senior SECOND TEAM DEFENSE DE — LANDON SPANNINGER, Lemon Bay, sophomore DT — COLLIN ADKINS, Venice, junior DT — MAKALYNN CLAYTON, Venice, senior DE — MICKEL WILLIAMS, Charlotte, senior LB — LUKE TANNEHILL, Lemon Bay, senior LB — KRIS McNEALY, Charlotte, junior LB — GRANT LaBALLISTER, Port Charlotte, sophomore LB — LOGAN JAMES, Charlotte, senior DB — SAGE YOUTZY, Venice, junior DB — BRAYAN AUGUSTIN, Charlotte, junior DB — KAYDEN MILLER, Port Charlotte, senior FOOTBALL FROM PAGE 16A SUN FILE PHOTO BY TOM O'NEILL Port Charlotte wide receiver Alex Perry, right, makes a reception and breaks away for a touchdown against Hardee at Wildcat Stadium. GOOD FOOD • GOOD FRIENDS • GOOD TIMES ENGLEWOOD ENGLEWOOD 2021 2021 • Watch ANY Game, Anytime! • Over 50+ TV's! • Live MUSIC • Dine INSIDE or OUTSIDE under our TIKI • Lunch and Dinner SPECIALS ENGLEWOOD ENGLEWOOD 2021 2021 Order online or call for take out orders Local Family Owned and Operated Since 1995 2440 S. McCall Rd, Englewood 941-473-9663 • www.endzonesportsgrille.com adno=3847838-1 CONGRATULATING LEMON BAY HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 2022 AND ALL STAR ATHLETES 10% OFF With Ad (not including specials or alcohol) Exp. 9/1/2022

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