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2000 All-Citrus/Hernando team

By Times staff

© St. Petersburg Times,
published August 30, 2001

PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Clayton Trenary, Crystal River

COACH OF THE YEAR: Jere DeFoor, Crystal River


QUARTERBACK: Sam McLain, Sr., Citrus. Led area with 888 yards passing, punted for an area-best 41-yard average.

WIDE RECEIVER: Jeff Hill, Jr., Springstead. Area-best 341 receiving yards, 2 touchdowns.

TIGHT END: Will Bleakley, Jr., Crystal River. Compiled 139 receiving yards, is a strong blocker, was third on the team with 75 tackles.

OFFENSIVE LINEMAN: John Malott, Sr., Crystal River. Two-year starter, highest blocking percentage for area's top rushing team.

OFFENSIVE LINEMAN: Sam Forrester, Sr., Hernando. Top blocker for district runner-up.

OFFENSIVE LINEMAN: Ryan Garrett, Sr., Citrus. Two-way standout, was Hurricanes' top blocker and leading tackler.

OFFENSIVE LINEMAN: Willie Winslett, Jr., Central. Most consistent blocker for area's second-best offense.

OFFENSIVE LINEMAN: Josh Gardner, Jr., Crystal River. Helped Pirates' ground attack average more than 300 yards per game.

RUNNING BACK: Ryan McNally, So., Crystal River. Racked up 868 yards and 11 touchdowns on 10 yards per carry.

RUNNING BACK: Justen Durr, Sr., Springstead. Third-leading rusher in Hernando County, led team with seven touchdowns.

RUNNING BACK: Jerry Daniels, Sr., Central. Rushed for 810 yards and 9 touchdowns on 9.9 yards per carry, was a force at linebacker.

UTILITY: Joe Calcagino, Sr., Citrus. Rushed for 740 yards and 10 touchdowns and was area's top punt returner.

KICKER/PUNTER: Matt Davis, Sr., Citrus. Connected for 11 field goals, including a 54-yarder.


DEFENSIVE LINEMAN: Lance Holland, Sr., Central. Led area with 18 sacks.

DEFENSIVE LINEMAN: John Sirvent, Sr., Central. A utility man who filled in at many positions.

DEFENSIVE LINEMAN: Jeff Demars, Jr., Hernando. All-Gulf Coast Athletic Conference performer.

DEFENSIVE LINEMAN: Matt Hinman, Jr., Crystal River. Had 55 tackles, tops among Pirates' down linemen.

LINEBACKER: Dee Brown, Sr., Hernando. FACA District 8 Defensive MVP, rushed for 1,001 yards and 11 touchdowns.

LINEBACKER: Shaunn Spivey, Sr., Springstead. Dominating figure at middle linebacker, was FACA all-district pick.

LINEBACKER: Andy Crawford, Sr., Crystal River. Had 68 tackles, considered heart and soul of Pirates' defense.

LINEBACKER: Sam Force, Jr., Crystal River. Recorded team-high 103 tackles.

DEFENSIVE BACK: Clayton Trenary, Jr., Crystal River. Had 95 tackles, 7 pass breakups, 5 fumble recoveries, ran for 291 yards and passed for 710.

DEFENSIVE BACK: Mike Jones, Jr., Crystal River. Made 51 tackles with 3 interceptions, rushed for 453 yards.

DEFENSIVE BACK: Ozzie Whitten, Sr., Hernando. Considered county's top DB, played quarterback.

UTILITY: Terence Hollis, Jr., Lecanto. Team's top defensive player, led squad in rushing and was special teams standout.

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