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Saturday, November 27, 2010

The News Tribune 2010 All-Area Football Team

PLAYER OF THE YEAR
RAHMEL DOCKERY, Curtis
Receiver/Returner/Defensive Back, 5-10, 160, Senior
Bio: The SPSL South’s co-Offensive Back of the Year has totaled 2,414 all-purpose yards and 19 touchdowns through 12 games. Also a first-team all-league receiver, he has 65 catches for 1,303 yards and45 rushes for 682 yards. He averages a 19 yards-per-touch. … Dockery has taken official visits to Hawaii and Oregon State, though Oregon, Texas Christian, Washington, Washington State and Idaho have also shown interest. … Leaped 7-feet in the high jump as a sophomore and won the long jump with a mark of 24 feet, 1 ¼ inches at the Class 4A state meet last spring. … Scored a touchdown – a 93-yard kickoff return in 2008 – the first time he touched the ball in a varsity game. …. Helped Curtis reach the state semifinals this season.

ALL-AREA OFFENSE
T.J. ESEKIELU, Beamer
All-Purpose, 5-11, 185, Senior
Bio: The SPSL South’s co-Offensive Back of the Year finished with 3,006 yards of total offense. Esekielu ran for 1,604 and threw for 1,402, leading the Titans to their first postseason appearance. In the playoff loss at No. 10 Skyview, Esekielu piled up 349 yards of offense, rushing for 218 on 43 carries and throwing for 131 in the 42-33 loss.

ALL-AREA DEFENSE
DANNY SHELTON, Auburn
Defensive line, 6-3, 285, Senior
Bio: A three-time selection to the All-Area team, Shelton is one of the finest linemen in the state. He was twice named the SPSL North offensive and defensive lineman of the year and drew constant double- and triple-teams from opponents. He has scholarship offers from nearly every Pac-10 school, including UW, Oregon, USC and Cal.

NICKY FUALAAU, Beamer
Linebacker, 6-1, 215, Senior
Bio: A two-time first-team all-SPSL South selection at linebacker, Fualaau used his strength and speed – he runs a 4.6-second 40-yard dash – to lead the Titans in tackles with 49 in seven games. Fualaau, who scored on a 21-yard fumble recovery in his first varsity game as a freshman, helped Beamer reach the postseason for the first time in school history.

JAY MAIAVA, Capital
Linebacker, 5-11, 220, Senior
Bio: Maiava has been a big part of the second-ranked Cougars’ undefeated season and trip to the state semifinals. Capital has held seven opponents to a touchdown or less in 2010. He has more than 110 tackles, including two sacks, an interception, a forced fumble and fumble recovery.


TANA PRITCHARD, Clover Park
Punter, 6-4, 205, Senior
Bio: The SPSL 2A MVP could play any position on the field. He averaged 47.1 yards per punt and also started at quarterback, leading the league in total offense with 2,007 yards. Pritchard helped Clover Park claim its first league title in more than two decades and has given an oral commitment to play at Washington State University, where he’ll likely be a linebacker.

Read more: http://www.thenewstribune.com/2010/11/24/1438307/the-news-tribune-2010-all-area.html#ixzz16XHrGmfB

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