Ricky Klingerman, a 6-foot, 180-pound junior quarterback, led the Valley in passing yards with 2,501, completing 205-of-329 with 25 touchdowns and eight interceptions. He was a first-team Heartland Athletic Conference Division III selection.
Brandon Smith, a 6-2, 215, senior fullback, rushed for 1,095 yards on 145 carries (7.6 average) and 19 TDs, and caught 30 passes for 366 yards and four TDs. He was named to the HAC-II first team, and is a three-time all-state linebacker.
Adam Feudale, a 5-9, 200, junior fullback and first-year starter, rushed for 1,179 yards on 163 attempts (a 7.2-yard average) and 20 TDs. He also caught seven passes for 111 yards and a TD. He was named to the HAC-III first-team.
Lucas Klingerman, a 5-7, 165, senior tailback, was the Valley rushing leader with 1,648 yards on 273 carries (6.0 average) with 17 touchdowns. He was also the leader in scoring with 94 points. Only Gary Diminick and Brett and Jon Veach rushed for more yards in a season for Mount Carmel.
John Klingerman, a 5-9, 185, senior wide receiver, led the Valley with 863 yards on 59 catches and 13 TDs and also ran for a TD. He was a first-team HAC-III selection and a Class A all-state selection at wide receiver.
Rob Varano, a 5-11, 174, senior wide receiver, caught 46 passes for 680 yards and seven TDs. He was also named to the HAC-II first team.
Mike Scicchitano, a 6-1, 260, senior tackle, was a four-year starter in the line, who switched over from center. He helped lead the way for more than 2,800 rushing yards and benches more than 400 pounds. He was a first-team HAC-II all-star.
Nazar Mironenko, a 6-1, 275, junior guard was considered the Wildcats’ best lineman. He was also considered among the HAC’s best as he was voted by the coaches to the HAC-I first team.
Harley Stahl, a 6-1, 267, senior was a two-year starter on the offensive line and the coaches considered him one of the best in program history. They said they did not see a defensive lineman all season against whom Stahl could not be successful. He has quick feet and exceptional strength and is durable, and mentally as well as physically tough, the coaches said. He was a member of the HAC-I first all-star team.
Kyle Santorine, a 6-2, 295, senior center, a four-year starter, helped the Green Dragons amass 3,449 yards of offense in 11 games (an average of 314 a game). He was chosen to the HAC-II all-star first team and was selected to the Class AA all-state team this season.
Ryan Cherwinski, a 6-2, 260, senior helped the Tigers rush for 3,791 yards in 13 games (an average of 290 a game). He was named to the Class A all-state team as an offensive lineman.
Bret Berg, a 6-0, 185, senior tight end, caught 37 passes for 521 yards and eight TDs.
Shayne Riley, a 6-0, 150, sophomore kicker, led the Ironmen in scoring with 64 points, on 38 extra point kicks and nine field goals. He was the HAC-I first-team kicker.