2017 section 9 players

Burke Catholic stars Ross and Przybocki named Class C first-team all-state

By Justin Rodriguez Section 9 Football Insider Burke Catholic running back David Ross felt underrated by some of his peers in Section 9 early this season. However, it didn’t take long for Ross to make a name for himself, and everyone has much respect for him now. Ross was named a Section 9 Football Insider …
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Spackenkill’s Bennermon eager to sign National Letter of Intent to play at B.C.

Star defensive end will sign on Wednesday at the school’s library By Justin Rodriguez Section 9 Football Insider Kyiev Bennermon verbally committed to play at Boston College back in March, but he will officially be signed and sealed to play at the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) school on Wednesday when he puts his autograph on …
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2017 Section 9 Football Insider Defensive All-Stars

First-team Defensive line Name: Kyiev Bennermon School: Spackenkill Year: Senior Height/weight: 6-5, 290 First-team credentials: Most teams tried running away from the Boston College-bound Bennermon, but he still finished the season with 79 tackles, including 11 for a loss, and four sacks. Bennermon’s killer blend of size and athleticism is what made him so dominant. Name: Anton Juncaj  …
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2017 Section 9 Football Insider Offensive All-Stars

First-team Quarterback   Name: Jimmy Verney School: New Paltz Year: Senior Height/weight: 5-10, 160 First-team credentials: Passed and ran for 1,000 yards for the second consecutive season. Verney threw for 1,150 yards with 10 touchdowns and two interceptions. He rushed for 1,518 yards and 13 scores. Verney had 5,277 all-purpose yards and 53 touchdowns the …
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2017 Section 9 Football Player of the Year

By Justin Rodriguez Section 9 Football Insider Newburgh’s Uh’Charion Hanson returned the opening kickoff of the season against Kingston for a touchdown and no team dared to kick to him again for the rest of the year. When opponents saw Hanson prowling in the secondary, they didn’t even think about throwing the ball near him. …
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