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MT. VIEW DOMINATES 'I-M-C' ALL-LEAGUE PICKS

(Mt. View Sr. QB  #16 Jacob Hollister) 

The 3rd ranked Mt. View Cougars did on paper what they did on the field this fall, and that is dominate the Intermountain Conference.  The Cougars ended the regular season with the IMC Championship, and a 7-1 record with their only loss thus far coming to #2 Sherwood in week-3.

Mt. View (8-1) entertains Jefferson (6-4)(Portland) in the OSAA 1st Round Class 5A playoffs, while Bend (7-2) faces Liberty (6-4).

Mt. View placed 6 players on the IMC All-League first team Offense, and 5 players picked on the Defensive unit. 

Mt. View Seniors Joel Skotte, and Dimitri Dillard share the Defensive ‘Players of the Year’ honor, while Jacob Hollister was unanimously named the Offensive ‘Player of the Year.

Skotte, who signed a Letter of Intent scholarship offer from Oregon State, recently underwent minor knee surgery, but will be in action tonight as the OSAA Playoffs officially begin.

Bend secured 3 All-League spots on Offense and Defense, while Redmond placed 3 players on the All-League Defensive squad, and 2 on Offense.

Summit’s only first team honor went to Sr. DB T.J. Peay.  However, the Storm had 5 players honored to the 2nd team Offense including So. RB J.T. Evans who rushed for 1,188 yards on 125 carries for 16 touchdowns

(Summit So. RB  #4 J.T. Evans)

Sr. RB/DB Dimitri Dillard, and TE/OLB Nick Gentry both of Mt. View HS were the only two players who earned 1st Team honors on both sides of the line of scrimmage.

A Total of 20 Mt. View players received recognition.

Highlighting the IMC ‘Offensive Team’ is Sr. WR J.C. Grim of Bend who has the 3rd most receiving yards with 848 on 49 catches (17.3avg.) with 11 touchdowns, and Sr. WR Cody Hollister who ranks 5th in receiving.  Hollister has 667 yards on 39 catches with 10 TD’s.

(Bend Sr. WR  #18 J.C. Grim)

Jacob Hollister, Sr., became the all-time leading passer in Mt. View school history this season with 4,014 career yards.  Hollister ranks 7th in the State entering the OSAA Playoffs with 1,321 yards passing.  He has completed 64-percent of his passes (63-100) with 24 touchdowns, and just 1 interception.

2011  I-M-C  Football ‘ALL-LEAGUE’  1st  Team

1ST  TEAM  OFFENSE

‘Offensive Player of the Year’  

QB, Jacob Hollister, Sr., Mt. View

(Ranks 7th in State 5A Passing; 70-109 1,321yds. 64%  24-TD  1-Int)

 

RB  Dimitri Dillard, Sr., Mt. View

RB Duke DeGaetano, Jr., Bend

WR Cody Hollister, Sr., Mt. View

WR J.C. Grim, Sr., Bend

TE Nick Gentry, Sr., Mt. View

C Casey Gates, Jr., Redmond

G Matt Miller, Sr., Mt. View

G Jacob Breitling, Jr., Redmond

T Chad ‘Texas’ Bach, Jr., Mt. View

T Scott Steinman, Sr., Bend

1st  TEAM DEFENSE

‘Defensive Players of the Year’  

LB, Joel Skotte, Sr., Mt. View 

DB, Dimitri Dillard, Sr., Mt. View

 

LB  Zach Johnson, Sr., Bend

LB  J.D. Abbas, Jr., Redmond

DL  Dylan Johnson, Sr., Mt. View

DL  Kenny Dailey, Sr., Bend

DL  Cody DeCamp, Sr., Redmond

DE/OLB  Nick Gentry, Sr., Mt. View

DE/OLB  John Carroll, Jr., Mt. View

DB  J.C. Grim, Sr., Bend

DB  T.J. Peay, Sr., Summit

DB Keanu Tavita, Sr., Redmond

Special Teams

Punter-  Cole Thomas, Sr., Summit

Kicker-  Hayden Crook, Sr., Bend

Coach of the Year

Steve Turner (4th yr.) Mt. View

(36-7 career record at MV)

 

 

 

 

 

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