Truckee football | Retzlaff, Smith make All-League first team |

Truckee football | Retzlaff, Smith make All-League first team

Staff report
Truckee senior Thor Retzlaff was voted to the Northern Division I-A All-League first team at safety.
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Northern Division I-A football

Coach of the Year: Brooke Hill, Fallon; Luke Sellers, Elko

Player of the Year: Calvin Connors, Lowry

Offensive Player of the Year: Morgan Dirickson, Fallon

Defensive Player of the Year: Dakota Schelling, Fallon

Lineman of the Year: Angel Lievanos, Elko

First team

QB: Skylar Williams, Fernley

RB: David Jackson, Elko

RB: Austin Fletcher, Dayton

RB: Foa Sofara, Wooster

WR: Tyler Bagby, Fallon

WR: Alex Anguiano, Wooster

WR: Kevin Montgomery, Fernley

TE: Robert Stepper, Lowry

OL: Jacob Roumanos, Spring Creek

OL: Damien Nusser, Elko

OL: Louis Cardenas, Lowry

OL: Brennan Lewis, Fallon

OL: Anthony Cooney, Fernley

RS: Cameron Matzen, Fallon

LB: Trent Tarner, Fallon

LB: Austin Fletcher, Dayton

LB: Jordan Walthers, Elko

LB: Brandon Okuma, Lowry

LB: Eric Wilson, Fernley

DL: Matt Ourado, Lowry

DL: Jacob Roumanos, Spring Creek

DL: Adam Bullock, Elko

DL: Justin Hatfield, Fallon

CB: Tanner Lecumberry, Lowry

CB: Nathan Heck, Fallon

S: Anfernee Sloan, Fernley

S: Thor Retzlaff, Truckee

P: Foa Sofara, Wooster

K: Louden Smith, Truckee

Second team

QB: Hunter Triplett, Wooster

RB: Trent Tarner, Fallon

RB: Jason Wilson, Elko

RB: Beau Billingsley, Lowry

WR: Cameron Matzen, Fallon

WR: Josh Shaver, Lowry

WR: James Carter, Elko

WR: Jared Fajman, South Tahoe

TE: AJ Jordan, Elko

OL: Justin Hatfield, Fallon

OL: Greg Engler, Truckee

OL: Alonzo Gonzalez, Elko

OL: Josh Bolton, Wooster

OL: Kerry Buckmaster, Lowry

RS: Brandon Okuma, Lowry

RS: James Carter, Elko

LB: Donovan Brumm, Lowry

LB: Evan Bitter, Fallon

LB: Cody Nielson, Elko

LB: Mitch Harrity, Truckee

DL: Greg Engler, Truckee

DL: Anthony Goicoechea, Elko

DL: Gage Castagnetti, Elko

DL: Jesus Castaneda, Dayton

CB: Kevin Montgomery, Fernley

CB: Tyler Bagby, Fallon

S: Cameron Matzen, Fallon

S: Benton Wickersham, Elko

P: Kevin Montgomery, Fernley

Honorable mention (Truckee only)

QB: Louden Smith, Truckee

RB: Lance Bokinskie, Truckee

RB: Austin Vance, Truckee

WR: Tanner Sawyer, Truckee

WR: Sean Daniel, Truckee

OL: Nathan Golden, Truckee

OL: Blake Crosby, Truckee

OL: Erik Swalander, Truckee

CB: Louden Smith, Truckee

A large handful of Truckee football players were honored on the Northern Division I-A All-League teams.

Leading the way were seniors Thor Retzlaff and Louden Smith, as Retzlaff was voted to the All-League first team as a safety and Smith made the first team as a kicker.

Lowry quarterback Calvin Connors was named Player of the Year, Fallon quarterback Morgan Dirickson was Offensive Player of the Year, Fallon linebacker Dakota Schelling was Defensive Player of the Year and Angel Vievanos of Elko was Lineman of the Year.

Fallon’s Brooke Hill and Elko’s Luke Sellers shared Coach of the Year honors. All the awards were decided by the league’s coaches.

In addition to Retzlaff and Smith’s first-team selections, Truckee senior Greg Engler was voted to the second team as both an offensive and defensive lineman, and senior Mitch Harrity made the second team at linebacker.

The following Wolverines received honorable mention: Smith (quarterback, cornerback), Lance Bokinskie (running back), Austin Vance (running back), Tanner Sawyer (wide receiver), Sean Daniel (wide receiver), Nathan Golden (offensive line), Blake Crosby (offensive line) and Erik Swalander (offensive line).

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