Shayne Riley, a 6-0, 150 junior kicker, converted 43 of 47 extra point attempts and was nine of 12 in field goal tries, with a long of 45 yards. He was the HAC-I first-team kicker and is also a standout for the Ironmen soccer team. Riley was also named to the AP all-state team.
Jayson English, a 5-9, 171 senior halfback/defensive back and kick and punt returner, is the first-team Athlete. He rushed for 703 yards on 98 carries, a 7.2 average and caught 24 passes for 372 yards and two TDs.
Mironenko, a 6-1, 280 senior tackle, made 71 total tackles, 20 solo, with a tackle for loss in 20 games. He was named to the HAC-I first-team.
Jake Klinger, a 6-1, 244 senior tackle, had 87 tackles, nine sacks and 16 tackles for loss, despite facing double teams all- season. He was the top vote-getter as a HAC-III first-team defensive lineman.
Jake Hare, a 6-4, 240 senior tackle, was a key to the Braves' defensive success. He had 33 tackles and six sacks.
Austin Steen, a 6-2, 320 senior nose guard, was a first-team HAC-II selection.
Mitch Stanziale, a 6-0, 235 senior defensive end, had 45 tackles and eights sacks. He was a first-team HAC-III selection.
Eric Haney, a 6-0, 210 senior middle linebacker, led the Ironmen in tackles for the third straight season with 140, despite playing with a high ankle sprain for most of the season. His four-year total for tackles of 442 is a school record. He was a first-team HAC-I all-star and two-time AP all-state team member.
Cody Pavlick, a 6=2. 215 senior inside linebacker, led a talented Tigers' defense with 103 tackles and four sacks. He was a HAC-III first-team selection. He also made the AP all-state team the past two seasons.
Kyle Palmer, a 5-11, 200 senior inside linebacker, made 100 tackles, two for loss, forced six fumbles, recovering one, and blocked two field goal tries.