Ten members of Fallbrook High School’s football team earned all-league honors.
The Avocado League coaches selected wide receiver Cameron Remy to the offensive first team and defensive lineman John Hayden to the defensive first team. The defensive second team included defensive lineman Zach Brickell, safety Trevor Krok, and linebacker Kyle Volan while one of the offensive second team members was running back Earl Smith. Honorable mention distinction went to offensive lineman Marco Casillas, quarterback Christopher Fuetterer, kicker Victor Lopez, and defensive back Caleb Sumpter.
“We’re proud of their efforts,” Fallbrook head coach Joe Silvey said of his all-league players. “They’ve obviously distinguished themselves as players and should be very proud of their accomplishments.”
Remy and Hayden are both seniors. “Both of them were impact players for us,” Silvey said.
Hayden, who was a second-year varsity starter, was also an offensive lineman. “He could easily have been recognized on offense as well,” Silvey said.
The 2009 season was Remy’s first as a starter. “He made a lot of plays for us on offense,” Silvey said.
Brickell, Krok, Smith, Sumpter and Volan are also seniors, so seven of Fallbrook’s ten all-league players will not be on the 2010 squad. “We’re going to miss those guys, but we’re excited also about some of the younger guys coming up in our program,” Silvey said.
Casillas and Lopez are juniors and Fuetterer is a sophomore.
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