Luzins named first team specialist for football

Phoenixville senior Cole Luzins was named to the All-Pioneer Athletic Conference football first team on defense as a specialist. Luzins served as a punter and placekicker for the Phantoms since medical issues prevented him from playing offensive and defensive positions as he did previously during his career. Luzins had played wide receiver and defensive back.

Spring-Ford placed down linemen Alec Vagnozzi and Robby Varner as well as defensive end Mason Romano on the first team. Linebacker/strong safety Jake Leahy also made the first unit for the Rams as well as defensive back Jared Shoemaker. Offensively, Spring-Ford offensive lineman Josh Boyer was named to the first team.

Perkiomen Valley’s Rasaan Stewart made the first team as a quarterback and defensive back. PV’s other picks on offense were blocking back Mark Bonomo, athlete Dakota Clanagan, wide receiver Clay Domine and lineman Seth Jonassen. Defensively, the Vikings also placed inside linebacker Danny Light on the first team.

SECOND TEAM

Phoenixville senior down lineman Paul Hossler was named to the second team on defense.

Spring-Ford put running back Jarred Jones on the second team along with wide receiver Gary Hopkins and offensive lineman Chase Stine. Defensively, the Rams had outside linebacker/strong safety Cody Davis on the second team along with inside linebacker Andy Lovre-Smith.

Perkiomen Valley was represented by down lineman Luke DiElsi, defensive end tony Pachella and defensive back Kurran Holland.

Pope John Paul II had Johnnie Bildstein on the second team offense as an athlete and on the second team defense as an outside linebacker/strong safety.

HONORABLE MENTION

Phoenixville offensive lineman Paul Hossler was picked for honorable mention along with Phantom junior tight end Zack Gallow.

Spring-Ford offensive lineman Tyler German was chosen for honorable mention.

Perkiomen Valley’s choices were offensive lineman Austin Gansz as well as Gansz as linebacker on defense.

Pope John Paul II’s picks were blocking back Nick Howarth on offense and down lineman Liam Steiert on defense.

ACADEMIC

Phoenixville: Cheerleading, Morgan Bird; Boys Cross Country, Matt Fabius; Girls Cross Country, Alyssa Andrews; Field Hockey, Kellie Matson; Boys Golf, Andrew Peterson; Girls Golf, Olivia Teter; Boys Soccer, Kyle Kobilka; Girls Soccer, Jacqueline Tucker; Girls Tennis, Taylor Horgan; Girls Volleyball, Kristen Lipcsey.

Spring-Ford: Cheerleading, Sabina Chevrier; Boys Cross Country, James Falcone; Girls Cross Country, Juliet Beauchamp; Field Hockey, Elizabeth Stierle; Football, Alec Vagnozzi; Boys Golf, Bennett Detweiler; Girls Golf, Meghan Lui; Boys Soccer, Luke Emerson; Girls Soccer, Sarah Hancock; Girls Tennis, Tomomi Mitsuzaka; Girls Volleyball, Amanda Venuto.

Perkiomen Valley: Boys Cross Country, Ryan Kelley; Girls Cross County, Maddie Verbeke; Field Hockey, Kathryn Pagliarulo; Football, Thomas Jaworski; Boys Golf, Kevin Knapp; Girls Golf, Audrey Arnao; Boys Soccer, Scott Neal; Girls Soccer, Rachel yenney; Girls Tennis, Tanmai Vemulapalli; Girls Volleyball, Kristen Dolenti.

Pope John Paul II: Cheerleading, Arianna Petrille; Boys Cross Country, Robert Reinecker; Girls Cross Country, Danielle Reinecker; Field Hockey, Sarah Hershey; Football, Kirk Cherneskie; Boys Golf, Daniel Lenhardt; Girls Golf, Jacquline D’Angelo; Boys Soccer, Andrew Glass; Girls Soccer, Devon Player; Girls Tennis, Shannon Hawke; Girls Volleyball, Olivia Torres.