High school football players named all-stars

ADDISON COUNTY — Many members of the Middlebury, Mount Abraham-Vergennes cooperative and Otter Valley football teams were named high school all-stars for their efforts this fall in Vermont Divisions I, II and III, respectively.

In Division I, Tiger tight end Penn Riney was named a First-Team All-Star.

Earning Second Team D-I honors were Nick Austin-Neil, both as a running back and linebacker; kicker Nikolai Luksch; defensive lineman Sawyer Cadoret; and Riney as a linebacker.

Receiving Honorable Mention in D-I were offensive linemen Cadoret, Cooper Laroche, and Matt Kiernan; receiver Jordan Martin; running back Gavin McNulty; Luksch as a punter; linebackers Ryan Thomas-Danyow and Sam Warren; and defensive backs Brian Whitley and Cole Schnoor.

In D-II, Adam Mansfield from the Mount Abe-VUHS cooperative squad made the First Team as both a kicker and punter.

D-II didn’t choose a second team. Earning Honorable Mention were Mansfield as a quarterback, Carmelo Miceli as a receiver and defensive back, Ryan Stoddard as an offensive and defensive lineman, Beau Carpenter as a receiver and linebacker, Caleb Russell as a defensive lineman, and Collin Dupoise as a defensive back.

In D-III, OV had six Second Team All-Stars: tight end Dylan Stevens-Clark, offensive linemen Tanner Brutowski and Wyatt Fitzgerald, linebacker Keegan Parks, and defensive linemen Brady Diaz and John Coleman.

Receiving D-III honorable mention were Diaz as a running back, quarterback Caleb Whitney, defensive backs Cody Anderson and Tucker Babcock, and defensive lineman Dylan Anderson.

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