McDermott, Class headline Thursday's All-State selections
Updated On: Dec 20 2012 04:55:56 PM CST
A number of area athletes were named to the PIAA All-State teams on Thursday, including a pair of record-setting running backs.
Central Catholic senior Colin McDermott was named to the PIAA 3A All-State team after rushing for 3,293 yards and 41 touchdowns this season.
Pennridge junior Mike Class was named to the PIAA 4A All-State team after rushing for 2,417 yards and 35 touchdowns for the Rams this year.
Coatesville Head Coach Matt Ortega was honored as the 4A All-State Coach of the Year.
On Wednesday, Wyomissing running back/linebacker Alex Anzalone was named the PIAA 2A Player of the Year, while Bob Wolfrum was named the 2A All-State Coach of the Year.
Here's a look at all of our area's All-State selections
4A ALL-STATE SELECTIONS
RB Mike Class - Pennridge
WR Chris Jones - Coatesville
OL Mike Unger - Parkland
DL Junior Joseph - Wilson WL
LB Dominic Moyer - Wilson WL
Def Specialist - Jimmy Brooks - Wilson WL
Coach of the Year - Matt Ortega - Coatesville
3A ALL-STATE SELECTIONS
RB Colin McDermott - CCHS
DL Jeff Gulyas - CCHS
OL Zach Duffy - Muhlenberg
2A ALL-STATE SELECTIONS
DL Scott Beltz - Pen Argyl
DL Jeriko Reyes - Wyomissing
LB Alex Anzalone - Wyomissing
OL Ben Wertz - Wyomissing
K Jonah Bowman - Wyomissing
WR Zack Bogoly - Wilson
Athlete - Paryss Marshall - Catasauqua
Athlete - Patrick Duvgineaud - Jim Thorpe
Player of the Year - Alex Anzalone - Wyomissing
Coach of the Year - Bob Wolfrum - Wyomissing
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