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Fútbol Frank Richards

Fútbol Frank Richards

Frank Richards era el entrenador de Birmingham City. El club ganó el Campeonato de Segunda División en la temporada 1920-21. El club mantuvo su estatus de Primera División terminando 18 ° (1921-22), 17 ° (1922-23), 14 ° (1923-24) y 8 ° (1924-25).

En 1925, Richards fue nombrado director de Preston North End. Reemplazó a Jim Lawrence, a quien se había culpado de que el club descendiera a Segunda División.

Richards incorporó al ex internacional de Aston Villa e Inglaterra Harry Hampson como entrenador. Richards también organizó la transferencia de Alex James y David Morris de Raith Rovers. James lo hizo bien en su primera temporada y terminó como el máximo goleador del club con 14 goles en la liga. Sin embargo, Preston solo terminó en el puesto 12 y no logró el ascenso a Primera División.

En la temporada 1926-27, Alex James desarrolló una buena relación con el delantero centro, Tommy Roberts, que había regresado al club después de pasar un par de temporadas en Burnley. Preston terminó en sexta posición en la temporada 1926-27, con Roberts anotando 30 goles. Richards estaba decepcionado por su fracaso en lograr el ascenso y renunció a su cargo en 1927.

Richards regresó brevemente a la ciudad de Birmingham antes de convertirse en secretario-gerente de Bournemouth.


Historia del fútbol de All-Long Island

JeVahn Cruz, multiusos, Half Hollow Hills West, Sr.

Connor Horl, DL, Garden City, Sr.

Rob Welsh, DL, St. Anthony, Sr.

Malcolm Cater, LB, Riverhead, Sr.

Stephen Jahelka, LB, Garden City, Jr.

Jack Moorehead, LB, Glenn, Sr.

Evan Kappatos, LB, Syosset, So.

Preshod McCoy, DB, North Babylon, Sr.

Mike Pellegrino, DB, Connetquot, Jr.

John McGibbon, DB, Lawrence, Sr.

Greg D'Arienzo, DB, Carey, Sr.

ENTRENADOR NASSAU DEL AÑO

ENTRENADOR SUFFOLK DEL AÑO

Kyle Madden, Half Hollow Hills Oeste

Dillan Boos, QB, Sayville, Sr.

Rob Van Bargen, QB, Massapequa, Sr.

Nick Barbuto, RB, Seaford, Sr.

Justin Mayers, RB, Elmont, Sr.

Miguel Maysonet, HB, Riverhead, Sr.

Randy Tillman, RB, Harborfields, Sr.

Terrell Williams, RB, Sachem North, Sr.

Rob Bellairs, WR, Plainedge, Sr.

Nick Stover, WR, Sayville, Jr.

Jonathan Reali, OL, Half Hollow Hills West, Sr.

Joe Botti, multiusos, Sachem East, Sr.

Jonathan Sternbach, multiusos, Connetquot, Sr.

Nick Ferrara, Kicker, St. Anthony, Sr.

Chris Dooley, DL, Chaminade, Sr.

Jahi Fields, DL, Hempstead, Sr.

Jimmy Gordon, DL, Patchogue-Medford, Sr.

Andrew Smith, DL, Riverhead, Sr.

Tyler Gilliam, LB, Riverhead, Sr.

Kevin Glueckert, LB, Bethpage, Sr.

John Jansen, LB, Wantagh, Sr.

Jeremy Leggiero, LB, Connetquot, Sr.

Maalik McVea, LB, Freeport, Sr.

Joe Vespier, LB, Lindenhurst, Sr.

Craig Geoghan, DB, Sachem North, Sr.

Eric Lapice, DB, Freeport, Sr.

Jack Nickla, multiusos, Bellport, Sr.

Bryan Schweitzer, multiusos, Babylon, Sr.

ENTRENADOR NASSAU DEL AÑO

ENTRENADOR SUFFOLK DEL AÑO

Vin Acquavita, OL, East Islip, Sr.

James Brady, QB, St. Anthony, Sr.

P.J. Preziosa, QB, Lawrence, Sr.

Steve Probst, QB, Farmingdale, Sr.

Malcolm Brown, RB, Islip, Sr.

Brock Jackolski, RB, Floyd, Sr.

Will Slinkosky, WR, Sachem North, Sr.

Luke Nawrocki, TE, Chaminade, Sr.

Jordany Dieujuste, OL, Patch-Medford, Sr.

Austen Fletcher, OL, St. Anthony, Sr.

Evan Russell, OL, Plainview, Sr.

Marcus Gardner, multiusos, Amityville, Sr.

Rob Calabrese, multiusos, East Islip, Sr.

Ramel Epps, DL, Freeport, Sr.

Keith Goodluck, DL, Lawrence, Sr.

Scott Vallone, DL, St. Anthony, Sr.

Anthony Biscardi, LB, Wantagh, Sr.

Dennis Drywa, LB, East Islip, Sr.

Billy O'Connor, LB, Sayville, Sr.

Rickoy Palmer, LB, Brentwood, Sr.

Alex Rivas, LB, East Meadow, Sr.

Clarmell Betts, DB, Whitman, Sr.

Tim Moller, DB, East Islip, Sr.

Terrell Williams, DB, Hempstead, Jr.

ENTRENADOR NASSAU DEL AÑO

Buddy Krumenacker, Farmingdale

ENTRENADOR SUFFOLK DEL AÑO

Zach Howell, QB, Huntington, Sr.

Edwin Gowins, RB, Bellport, Sr.

Brock Jackolski, RB, Floyd, Jr.

Mike Mayo, RB, Roosevelt, Sr.

Will Porter, RB, Freeport, Sr.

Rhamel Bratton, WR, Huntington, Sr.

Shamel Bratton, WR, Huntington, Sr.

Ifeanyi Momah, WR, Glenn, Sr.

Brian Pomper, WR, St. Anthony, Sr.

John Elliott, East Meadow, OL, Sr.

Zach Gallo, OL, Sayville, Sr.

Tom Hagan, OL, St. Anthony, Sr.

Andrew Tiller, OL, Central Islip, Sr.

Ryan Hantverk, multiusos, Lynbrook, Sr.

Malik Crowl, DL, Lawrence, Sr.

Sal Posillico, DL, East Meadow, Sr.

Scott Vallone, DL, St. Anthony, Jr.

Chris Edmond, LB, Freeport, Sr.

Billy O'Connor, LB, Sayville, Jr.

Anthony Polo, LB, Wantagh, Sr.

Alex Rivas, LB, East Meadow, Jr.

Casey Terruso, LB, Floyd, Sr.

Trevor Coston, DB, Glenn, Sr.

Kyle Crotty, DB, Bethpage, Sr.

Bryan DiSabato, DB, Lawrence, Sr.

Robert Moore, Brentwood, DB, Sr.

Johnathan Spruill, DB, Bellport, Sr.

James Wittpenn, DB, Mt. Sinai, Sr.

ENTRENADOR NASSAU DEL AÑO

ENTRENADOR SUFFOLK DEL AÑO

ENTRENADOR DEL AÑO DE LA CHSFL

Rich Reichert, San Antonio

Chris Eanuzel, San Antonio, QB, Sr.

Eric Romanchuk, West Babylon, QB, Sr.

John Schaeffer, Plainedge, QB, Sr.

Anthoney Adamic, Newfield, RB, Sr.

Jason Dent, Bellport, RB, Sr.

Matt Ferber, Sachem East, RB, Sr.

Ricky Manigat, Baldwin, RB, Sr.

Sean Burke, San Antonio, WR, Sr.

Chris Schuville, Cold Spring Harbor, WR, Sr.

Ray Edmonson, Rocky Point, OL, Sr.

John Elliott, East Meadow, OL, Jr.

William Strano, Bellport, OL, Sr.

Aaron Weaver, Baldwin, multiusos, Sr.

Sean Locurto, Garden City, DL, Sr.

Marlon Romulus, Floral Park, DL, Sr.

John-Kevin Dolce, San Antonio, LB, Sr.

Peter Russell, Elmont, LB, Sr.

Steven Schwicke, Bellport, LB, Sr.

Kurt Steubing, Plainedge, LB, Sr.

Sheblee Wali, Longwood, LB, Sr.

Julian Hayes, Malverne, DB, Sr.

Robert Moore, Brentwood, DB, Jr.

Chris Hanlon, Patchogue-Medford, multiusos, Sr.

ENTRENADOR NASSAU DEL AÑO

ENTRENADOR SUFFOLK DEL AÑO

Kevin Hennessy, West Babylon, QB, Sr.

Mike Powers, Massapequa, QB, Jr.

John DeLuca, Sayville, RB, Sr.

Jason Gwaltney, North Babylon, RB, Sr.

Daryle McClenic, Roosevelt, RB, Sr.

Brett Wilson, Longwood, RB, Sr.

Anthony Muscarella, Wantagh, WR, Sr.

Mike Procida, Wantagh, WR, Sr.

Tim Bolden, North Babylon, OL, Sr.

John Cinelli, Farmingdale, OL, Sr.

Steve Fulfree, San Antonio, OL, Sr.

Chris Pugliese, Patchogue-Medford, OL, Sr.

Jeff Schaefer, Massapequa, OL, Sr.

Peter Taddeo, Longwood, OL, Sr.

Nick Parker, Northport, DL, Sr.

Scooter Berry, North Babylon, LB, Sr.

Matt DeLuca, East Meadow, LB, Sr.

Terence Hartigan, Ciudad Jardín, LB, Sr.

Frank Scappaticci, San Antonio, LB, Sr.

Darrel Young, Amityville, LB, Sr.

Donny Cornell, East Islip, DB, Sr.

Leslie Jackman, Freeport, DB, Sr.

Andrew Miller, Floyd, DB, Sr.

Anthony Barksdale, Farmingdale, multiusos, Sr.

Alton Lucas, West Babylon, multipropósito, Sr.

ENTRENADOR NASSAU DEL AÑO

ENTRENADOR SUFFOLK DEL AÑO

Donnie McCarthy, Floyd, QB, Jr.

Randy Mills, Freeport, QB, Sr.

Ed Wansor, Riverhead, QB, Sr.

Jason Gwaltney, North Babylon, RB, Jr.

Matt Hahn, San Antonio, RB, Sr.

Daryle McClenic, Roosevelt, RB, Jr.

Rich Pennecke, Santísima Trinidad, WR, Sr.

Erik Reitmayr, Freeport, WR, Sr.

Alex Fletcher, San Antonio, OL, Sr.

Jovan Juravlea, Bethpage, OL, Sr.

Rich Ohrnberger, East Meadow, OL, Sr.

Steve Smith, Comsewogue, OL

Matt Tommasino, Bayport-Blue Point, multiusos

Mike Heigh, Riverhead, DL, Sr.

Bemi Otulaja, Freeport, DL, Sr.

Scooter Berry, North Babylon, LB, Jr.

Pierre Delva, Huntington, LB, Sr.

Rich Festante, Bethpage, LB, Sr.

Stanley Gutiérrez, Freeport, LB, Sr.

Dennis Hannan, Ciudad Jardín, LB, Sr.

Andrew Miller, Floyd, DB, Jr.

Mike Munnelly, Ciudad Jardín, DB, Sr.

Nick Tintle, MacArthur, DB, Sr.

Stephen Peyser, Cold Spring Harbor, multiusos, Sr.

ENTRENADOR NASSAU DEL AÑO

ENTRENADOR SUFFOLK DEL AÑO

Alex Conlon St. Anthony's QB Sr.

Matt Quigley Lindenhurst QB Sr.

Alex Baez Patchogue-Medford RB Sr.

Jason Gwaltney North Babylon RB Soph.

Matt Hahn St. Anthony's RB Jr.

Kevin Hillman Seaford RB Sr.

Will Barrow Baldwin WR Jr.

Will Presti Farmingdale TE Sr.

John Carroll Bethpage OL Sr.

Alex Fletcher St. Anthony's OL Jr.

Tim Halvorsen Babylon OL Sr.

Stephen Ifasi Bethpage OL Sr.

Javien Eason Freeport All-Purpose Sr.

Andrew Berg Baldwin DL Sr.

Brian Chicosky Kings Park DL Sr.

Michael Gervasio Lindenhurst DL Sr.

Rob Wilcox North Babylon DL Sr.

Matt Albanese Farmingdale LB Sr.

Larkin Mayberry North Babylon LB Sr.

Jesse Miller Patchogue-Medford LB Sr.

Trevon Rodney Babylon LB Sr.

Gian Villante MacArthur LB Sr.

Kraig Binick Chaminade DB Sr.

Preston Connell West Islip DB Sr.

Matt Danowski Farmingdale DB Sr.

Sheldon Nunn Lawrence DB Sr.

Frank Wolfe North Babylon All-Purpose Sr.

ENTRENADOR NASSAU DEL AÑO

Bob Fehrenbach MacArthur

CO-ENTRENADORES SUFFOLK DEL AÑO

Terry Manning North Babylon

Rich Reichert San Antonio

Jason Cappadoro MacArthur QB Sr.

Robbie Fellicetta Bellport QB Jr.

Bryant Daniels South Side RB Sr.

Josh Johnston Harborfields RB Sr.

Mike Affronti Commack WR Sr.

Chris Martocchia Wantagh TE Sr.

Chris Auletta St. Anthony's OL Sr.

D'Brickashaw Ferguson Freeport OL Sr.

Kevin Moodt Bellport OL Sr.

Matt Speiss Patchogue-Medford OL Sr.

Pat Walsh Wantagh multiusos Sr.

Mike Molloy Bellport DL Sr.

Matt Albanese Farmingdale LB Jr.

Rob Bonagurio Farmingdale LB Jr.

Jerry Mackey Jr., Freeport LB Sr.

Joe Muratore Sachem LB Sr.

Eric Neugebauer Sayville LB Sr.

Darwin Powell Harborfields LB Sr.

Trevon Rodney Babylon LB Sr.

Travis Jenks Freeport DB Sr.

Drew Peters Babylon DB Sr.

Stephon Sair Huntington DB Sr.

Greg Peyser Jr., Cold Spring Harbor DB Sr.

Chad Rissland Floyd multiusos Sr.

ENTRENADOR NASSAU DEL AÑO

CO-ENTRENADORES SUFFOLK DEL AÑO

Mike Prahalis Commack QB Sr.

Bobby Seck Kellenberg QB Sr.

Frank Lazio St. Anthony's RB Sr.

Eugene Nottingham Amityville RB Sr.

Bryan Tornee Commack WR Sr.

Brian Nutter Sachem TE Sr.

Jeff Harthunian Bethpage OL Sr.

Randall James Roosevelt OL Sr.

John Martinelli Centereach OL Sr.

Peter Martocci Sayville OL Sr.

Glenn Ziminski Wantagh OL Sr.

Chris Richez Freeport multiusos Sr.

Kurt Bazarewski Bellport DL Sr.

Mark Oppedisano Garden City DL Sr.

James Wyche Roosevelt DL Sr.

Bob Alpi North Babylon LB Sr.

Eddie Gordon Freeport LB Sr.

Nino Othman Syosset LB Sr.

Clint Riggs Commack LB Sr.

Danny Harrison Kings Park DB Sr.

Matt Rewkowski Bethpage DB Sr.

Sean Treasure Baldwin DB Sr.

Frank Kelly East Rockaway Sr. de uso múltiple

Nick Woll Whitman All-Pupose Sr.

ENTRENADOR NASSAU DEL AÑO

ENTRENADORES SUFFOLK DEL AÑO

Matt Shiels Baldwin QB Sr.

Jason Ham Port Washington RB Sr.

Frank Lazio St. Anthony's RB Jr.

Omar Palmer North Babylon RB Jr.

Jerone Pettus Roosevelt RB Sr.

Shawn Hatcher Copiague RB Sr.

Neal Heaton Jr. Bellport WR Sr.

Mike McGrorty West Babylon OL Sr.

Shane Olivea Lawrence OL Sr.

John Moglia Farmingdale OL Sr.

Shawn Rush West Islip OL Sr.

Paul Thomson Huntington OL Sr.

Mark Wohlstadter Hewlett OL Sr.

Douglas Goodwin Holy Trinity DL Sr.

Lukus Grace Kings Park DL Sr.

Jonelle Jones North Babylon LB Sr.

Daniel Mannix Syosset LB Sr.

Anthony Marasco Carle Place LB Sr.

John Maloney Garden City DB Sr.

Eugene Nottingham Amityville DB Jr.

Marvin Toney North Babylon DB Sr.

Curtis Williams Huntington DB Sr.

Chris Onorato Sachem DB Sr.

Tahir Hinds Freeport All-Purpose Sr.

ENTRENADOR NASSAU DEL AÑO

ENTRENADORES SUFFOLK DEL AÑO

Kevin Cassese Comsewogue QB Sr.

Matt Casey Garden City QB Sr.

T.J. Brocking Sayville FB Sr.

Barry Baker North Babylon RB Sr.

Ale Whyte Uniondale HB Sr.

Terrence Turner West Babylon WR Jr.

Chris Robinson Patchogue-Medford TE Sr.

Tim Faller Chaminade OL Sr.

Steve Perretta Longwood OL Sr.

Chris Colmer Port Jefferson OL Sr.

Joe Minucci St. Anthony's OL Sr.

Jeff Birthwright Malverne All-Pupose Sr.

Jesse O'Neill Amityville DL Sr.

Tom Katsigiorgis Massapequa DL Sr.

Ed Bellittieri North Babylon LB Sr.

Tim Messner East Islip LB Sr.

Clifton Smith Freeport LB Sr.

Eddie Gómez Freeport DB Sr.

Eric Hatkewitz Longwood DB Sr.

Marko Kostovic Seaford DB Sr.

Vin Greco Sayville All-Purpose Sr.

ENTRENADOR NASSAU DEL AÑO

ENTRENADOR SUFFOLK DEL AÑO

Kevin Cassese Comsewogue QB Jr.

Kevin Pierce Clarke QB Sr.

Mike Funaro Patchogue-Medford RB Sr.

Marc Riley Longwood RB Sr.

Nick Polanco Oceanside WR Sr.

Matt McFarland Garden City TE Sr.

Mike Orlandi Patchogue-Medford OL Sr.

Justin Stark North Babylon OL Sr.

Justin Swejkowski East Meadow OL Sr.

Jerry Williams Babylon OL Sr.

Erich Hellmold Sayville DL Sr.

Mike Jorgensen Bellport DL Sr.

Steve Moroney Chaminade DL Sr.

Harry Hristoforatos Manhasset LB Sr.

Tim Messner East Islip LB Sr.

Derric Rossy Patchogue-Medford LB Sr.

Clifton Smith Freeport LB Jr.

Oscar Alcantra Brentwood DB Sr.

William Griffin Bellport DB Sr.

Greg Murphy Patchogue-Medford DB Sr.

Frank Zangari Lawrence DB Sr.

Barry Baker North Babylon All-Purpose Sr.

Jamaal Salah Roosevelt All-Purpose Sr.

ENTRENADOR NASSAU DEL AÑO

Tore Barbaccia Oyster Bay

ENTRENADOR SUFFOLK DEL AÑO

Bob Sconone Patchogue-Medford

Mike Martin Patchogue-Medford QB Sr.

Marc Riley Longwood RB Jr.

Tory Smith Half Hollow Hills East RB Sr.

Eric Wedin División RB Sr.

Ryan Campbell Northport WR Sr.

Matt Frenz Bayport Blue Point WR Sr.

John Delaney Patchogue-Medford OL Sr.

Ralph Gazzillo Sachem OL Sr.

David Hughes Malverne OL Sr.

Matt Knapp St. Anthony's OL Sr.

Mike Pais Holy Trinity OL Sr.

Opoku Johnson Bellport All-Purpose Sr.

Brian Solliday Bethpage All-Purpose Sr.

Ryan Fletcher Glen Cove DL Sr.

Henson Harrison North Babylon DL Sr.

Elliot Hulse Baldwin DL Sr.

David Callender Comsewogue LB Sr.

Chris Hartofilis St. Anthony's LB Sr.

Phil Rigueur Uniondale LB Sr.

Derric Rossy Patchogue-Medford LB Jr.

Kevin Cassese Comsewogue DB SO.

Marvin Moore-Hough Freeport DB Sr.

Patrick Rock División DB Sr.

Evan Richardson Freeport DB Sr.

ENTRENADOR NASSAU DEL AÑO

ENTRENADOR SUFFOLK DEL AÑO

Nick Hartofilis St. Anthony's QB Sr.

Carleton Rowe Whitman RB Sr.

Vaughn Sanders Lawrence RB Sr.

Kevin Csoka Patchogue-Medford WR Sr.

Chad Donnelly St. Anthony's WR Sr.

Luis Calvo St. Anthony's OL Sr.

Adam Grace Kings Park OL Sr.

Kirk Henneberger Mepham OL Sr.

Bill Madigan Nuevo Hyde Park OL Sr.

Robert Waller MacArthur OL Sr

Craig Carroll Carle Place DL Sr.

Julian Cover Freeport DL Sr.

Adam Wacther Longwood DL Sr.

Morlon Greenwood Freeport LB Sr.

Geran Martin North Babylon LB Sr.

Chris Meyer Longwood LB Sr.

Bashawn Dixon Lawrence LB Sr.

Keith Morgan Lindenhurst LB Sr.

David Caputo Sachem DB Sr.

A. J. Haugen Bethpage DB Sr.

Jason Hickson Especialista en North Babylon Sr.

ENTRENADOR NASSAU DEL AÑO

CO-ENTRENADORES SUFFOLK DEL AÑO

Terry Manning North Babylon

Rich Reichert San Antonio

Todd Cassese Comsewogue QB Sr.

Scott Coppola Connetquot QB Sr.

Jimmy Jones Freeport RB Sr.

Tony Williams St. Anthony's RB Sr.

Amos Zereoue Mepham RB Sr.

Michael Brantley Sachem WR Sr.

Errol Anderson Patchogue-Medford OL Sr.

Adam Brown Deer Park OL Sr.

Dave Ennist Massapequa OL Sr.

Joe Martilotti Lawrence OL Sr.

Sean Severin Bethpage OL Sr.

Scott Coppo West Islip K Sr.

Matt Botz West Islip DL Sr.

Lou Perrone División DL Sr.

Marc Velez Comsewogue DL Sr.

Sal Alosi Massapequa LB Sr.

Ryan Brady Harborfields LB Sr.

Joe Brantuk Garden City LB Sr.

Jomo Huggins Holy Trinity LB Sr.

Joe Parmentier Lindenhurst LB Sr.

Danny Hayes Connetquot DB Sr.

Jasen Isom Half Hollow Hills West DB Sr.

Mike Sheridan Massapequa DB Sr.

ENTRENADOR NASSAU DEL AÑO

ENTRENADOR SUFFOLK DEL AÑO

Matt Fischer Garden City QB Sr.

Kevin Haverbusch Massapequa QB Sr.

Tony Williams St. Anthony's RB Sr.

Amos Zereoue Mepham RB Sr.

Curtis Hollomon Amityville RB Sr.

Tim Glisker Garden City TE Sr.

Mike Russok St. Anthony's OL Sr.

Mark Dantuono Northport OL Sr.

Adam Brown Deer Park OL Jr.

Steve Romano Bethpage OL Sr.

Bill Sullivan División OL Sr.

Matt Johnstone East Islip DL Sr.

Dave Elliott Chaminade DL Sr.

John Lange Longwood LB Sr.

Craig DeNicola New Hyde Park LB Sr.

Polvoriento Amodio Farmingdale LB Sr.

Jason Schuster Longwood LB Sr.

Darren DePass East Islip DB Sr.

Jermaine Creighton Wyandanch DB Sr.

Larry Watts Hempstead DB Sr.

John Luisi West Islip DB Sr.

ENTRENADOR NASSAU DEL AÑO

ENTRENADOR SUFFOLK DEL AÑO

Wayne Shierant West Islip

Chad Bosch Connetquot RB Sr.

Keith Moore Mt. Sinai RB Sr.

Dan Pennengo Syosset RB Sr.

Pat Donaghy Chaminade RB Sr.

Brad Magill Westhampton WR Sr.

Eric Bicocchi Syosset OL Sr.

Collin Ivory Hewlett OL Sr.

Árboles de la isla de Mike Duggan OL Sr.

Jeff Enck Amityville OL Sr.

Fred Monfett St. Anthony's OL Sr.

Omitir a Thomas West Islip K Sr.

Courtney Watson Hempstead DL Sr.

Paul Corkery Longwood DL Sr.

Matt Karwelies Garden City DL Sr.

Brian Bartlitz Islip LB Sr.

Mario Maltés Santísima Trinidad LB Sr.

Evan O'Ferral Bellport LB Sr.

Dom Pellegrino West Islip LB Sr.

Anthony Picone Lynbrook LB Sr.

Peter Murphy Garden City DB Sr.

Andrew Pittman Roosevelt DB Sr.

Michael Townsend Farmingdale DB SR.

ENTRENADOR NASSAU DEL AÑO

CO-ENTRENADORES DEL AÑO DE SUFFOLK

David Sumner Northport QB Sr.

Eugene Culbreath Baldwin RB Sr.

Rahsaan Vanterpool North Babylon RB Sr.

Don McDonough Garden City WR Sr.

Mike Hansen Patchogue-Medford TE Sr.

Ron Stephenson Holy Trinity FL Sr.

Elliott Fortune Roosevelt OL Sr.

Tucker Grace Kings Park OL Sr.

Mike Satterley Bellport OL Sr.

Joe Cavanaugh Islip OL Sr.

Mike Strazzeri East Islip K Sr.

Danny Metzger Oceanside DL Sr.

Steve Chmela Sachem DL Sr.

Jonathan Harris Kellenberg DL Sr.

Canute Curtis Farmingdale LB Sr.

Ron Brockington Hempstead LB Sr.

Louis Reale Bayport-Blue Point LB Sr.

Gerald Filardi Whitman LB Sr.

Tito Powell Westbury DB Sr.

Kito Lockwood Malverne DB Sr.

Mike Townsend Farmingdale DB Jr.

Chad Bosch Connetquot DB Jr.

ENTRENADOR NASSAU DEL AÑO

ENTRENADOR SUFFOLK DEL AÑO

Antonio O'Ferral Bellport QB Sr.

Jason Mastropierro Sayville RB Sr.

Lou D'Agostino Lawrence RB Sr.

Sheldon Williams Manhasset RB Sr.

Charlton Cannon Malverne WR Sr.

Russ Caso Holy Trinity TE Sr.

Peter Maiello Sachem OL Sr.

Tom Spuhler Farmingdale OL Sr.

Paul Curry Central Islip OL Sr.

George Brush Bayport-Blue Point OL Sr.

Todd Sauerbrun Ward Melville K Sr.

Charles Moore Hempstead DL Sr.

Marco Rivera Elmont DL Sr.

Brian Tarrant Comsewogue DL Sr.

Eric Unverzagt Central Islip LB Sr.

Ron Brockington Hempstead LB Jr.

Steve Finnell Garden City LB Sr.

Erik Herte Sayville LB Sr.

Greg Nelin Comsewogue DB Sr.

Justin Williams Uniondale DB Sr.

ENTRENADOR NASSAU DEL AÑO

ENTRENADOR SUFFOLK DEL AÑO

Kerry Lawlor Bayport-Blue Point

John Paci III Huntington QB Sr.

Jay Fiedler Oceanside QB Sr.

Jim Byrns Massapequa RB Sr.

Chris Lamb Connetquot RB Sr.

Joe Reda Massapequa WR Sr.

Harold Jasper Bellport WR Sr.

Bill Neuss Bellport TE Sr.

Edward Hobson Roosevelt OL Sr.

Fritz Fequiere Uniondale OL Sr.

Matt Conway Bethpage OL Sr.

Mike Barbara Connetquot DL Sr.

Neal Emrick East Islip DL Sr.

Charles Moore Hempstead DL Jr.

Ron Highsmith Hempstead LB Sr.

Stephen Boyd Valley Stream Central LB Sr.

David Barnett St. Anthony's LB Sr.

Bill Sparacio Centereach LB Sr.

A.J. Livingston Uniondale DB Sr.

Clarence Cannon Holy Trinity DB Sr.

Antonio O'Ferral Bellport DB Jr.

Jason Mastropierro Sayville DB Jr.

ENTRENADOR NASSAU DEL AÑO

ENTRENADOR SUFFOLK DEL AÑO

Lamont Hough Hempstead QB Sr.

Adam Mariano Comsewogue RB Sr.

Clayton Tinsley Wyandanch RB Sr.

Joe Burgos Wyandanch RB Sr.

Denis Cappella Miller Place OL Sr.

Matt Wildes Farmingdale OL Sr.

Mark Zumpol Patchogue-Medford OL Sr.

Harold Jasper Bellport WR Sr.

Jim Panagos East Islip TE Sr.

Bill Seidler San Juan Bautista TE Sr.

Larry Blue Hempstead DL Sr.

Mark Hernandez Massapequa DL Sr.

Davin Miles West Babylon DL Sr.

Stephen Boyd Valley Stream Central LB Sr.

Ed Gaffney St. Anthony's LB Sr.

Dave Marrone San Juan Bautista LB Sr.

Reggie Terry Hempstead LB Sr.

Lenard Hough Hempstead DB Sr.

James Russell Lynbrook DB Sr.

Chris Vilkauskas Riverhead DB Sr.

ENTRENADOR NASSAU DEL AÑO

Buddy Krumenacker Hempstead

ENTRENADOR SUFFOLK DEL AÑO

Bob Reifsnyder Patchogue-Medford

Derek McCord Huntington QB Sr.

Elvin Brown Sewanhaka RB Sr.

Darren Ward Huntington RB Sr.

Lance Costa Herricks RB Sr.

Antoine Moore Hempstead RB Sr.

Brendan Cody Ward Melville WR Sr.

Joe Fritz Comsewogue OL Sr.

James Spencer Copiague OL Sr.

Reggie Terry Hempstead OL Jr.

Greg Thornton Wantagh OL Sr.

Terrance Wisdom Roosevelt OL Sr.

Frank Malia Bellport DL Sr.

Mike Heller Farmingdale DL Sr.

Patrick Hughes Ward Melville DL Sr.

Tim Curran Chaminade LB Sr.

Kevin Koch Carle Place LB Sr.

Adam Wright St. Anthony's LB Sr.

Rob Grable Connetquot DB Sr.

Byron Hurt Central Islip DB Sr.

Craig Slaughter Wyandanch DB Sr.

Trevor Robinson Sewanhaka DB Sr.

ENTRENADOR NASSAU DEL AÑO

Dan Tronolone Valley Stream Central

ENTRENADOR SUFFOLK DEL AÑO

Warren Stith Hempstead QB Sr.

James & quotScotty & quot Graham Long Beach RB Sr.

Vernon Bolden Wyandanch RB Sr.

Willie Thomas Harborfields RB Sr.

Tom Gilmartin St. Anthony's RB Sr.

Rich Senatore Lindenhurst RB Sr.

Chris Tordy Massapequa OL Sr.

Dennis Bennett Hempstead OL Sr.

Roy Barker Central Islip OL Sr.

Mike Corvato Bay Shore OL Sr.

John Biskup East Islip K Sr.

Brian Kolar Sayville DL Sr.

Marc Kosciuk Miller Place DL Sr.

James Mancaruso Longwood LB Sr.

Denis Goodwin Lynbrook LB Sr.

Bill Bjerke West Islip LB Sr.

Eugene Rodgers Nuevo Hyde Park LB Sr.

Tom Migliozzi Deer Park DB Sr.

Michael Raymond St. Paul's DB Sr.

Rob Carpenter Amityville DB Sr.

Wayne Potters Hewlett DB Sr.

ENTRENADOR NASSAU DEL AÑO

ENTRENADOR SUFFOLK DEL AÑO

Jay & quotDoc ​​& quot Holliday East Islip

Jeff Dingle West Hempstead RB Sr.

Scott Forst Miller Place RB Sr.

George Alford Hempstead E Sr.

Dominick Turco Chaminade E Sr.

Michael McDonald Mineola OL Sr.

Mike Constantatos Commack South RB Sr.

Ken Galluccio Lindenhurst OL Sr.

Anthony Giudice Syosset OL Sr.

Matt Murphy Hempstead OL Sr.

Kirk Page Bay Shore OL Sr.

Mike Hayes West Islip DL Sr.

Clarence Jones Central Islip DL Sr.

Mark Swinson Bay Shore DL Sr.

Mark Wojciechowski Sachem DL Sr.

Andre Anderson Hempstead LB Sr.

Jon Reese West Babylon LB Sr.

Paul Riedel North Babylon LB Sr.

Jeff Doyle Plainedge DB Sr.

Robert Lee Roosevelt DB Sr.

Ray Rogers North Babylon DB Sr.

ENTRENADOR NASSAU DEL AÑO

ENTRENADOR SUFFOLK DEL AÑO

Wayne Shierant West Islip

Rich Sperling San Juan Bautista RB Sr.

Ken Rudolph Sewanhaka RB Sr.

Steve Branch Bellport E Sr.

Kevin Monroe Uniondale E Sr.

Rich Applebaum Lawrence OL Sr.

Jim D'Onorfrio Chaminade OL Sr.

Arric Hudson Hempstead OL Sr.

Willy Huff Bay Shore OL Sr.

Rich Martignetti West Babylon OL Sr.

Joe Conlon Miller Place DL Sr.

Pat Crowley Hampton Bays DL Sr.

Vince Edwards Sewanhaka DL Sr.

Dennis Spinelli Lindenhurst DL Sr.

Andre Anderson Hempstead LB Sr.

Brian Andrews Seaford LB Sr.

Bob Burnett Newfield LB Sr.

Randy Beverly Central Islip DB Sr.

Kris Cuzzo Connetquot DB Sr.

Robert Delgado Brentwood DB Sr.

John Powderly Nuevo Hyde Park DB Sr.

ENTRENADOR NASSAU DEL AÑO

Buddy Krumenacker Hempstead

ENTRENADOR SUFFOLK DEL AÑO

Jim Schuman Nuevo Hyde Park QB Sr.

Paul Woodstock Oyster Bay QB Sr.

Craig Biggio Kings Park RB Sr.

Peter Mayeski East Meadow RB Sr.

Sean Cooper Huntington WR Sr.

James Moore María Regina WR Sr.

Tony Barbarite St. Anthony's TE Sr.

Michael Barrett Baldwin OL Sr.

Michael Farley Sachem OL Sr.

Larry Iacono Sachem OL Sr.

Glenn Waters Bethpage OL Sr.

Ken Kanzler East Islip K Sr.

James Butler Hempstead DL Sr.

David Cohen Commack North DL Sr.

Randy Douglas Valley Stream Sur DL Sr.

Mike Feeley Brentwood DL Sr.

Lou Llovet Bay Shore LB Sr.

Anthony Cappellino Nuevo Hyde Park LB Sr.

Bill Hennessey Floyd LB Sr.

Francisco Correa Bellport DB Sr.

Sean Dougherty Garden City DB Sr.

Melvin Fitchett Roosevelt DB Sr.

Tim McIntee East Islip DB Sr.

ENTRENADOR NASSAU DEL AÑO

ENTRENADOR SUFFOLK DEL AÑO

Ken Gatti San Juan Bautista QB Sr.

Don McPherson West Hempstead QB Sr.

Jean Austin Comsewogue RB Sr.

George Cooper Wyandanch RB Sr.

Don Poprilo Lawrence RB Sr.

Kevin Graham Wantagh TE Sr.

Mike Donohue Levittown Memorial OL Sr.

John Garrett Nuevo Hyde Park OL Sr.

Bill O'Malley Sagrada Familia OL Sr.

Mike Swanson Elmont OL Sr.

Tom Watson Bellport OL Sr.

Joe Bostino Sayville DL Sr.

Henry Ferrao Lawrence DL Sr.

Ted Gregory East Islip DL Sr.

Tom Steinbach Valley Stream Sur DL Sr.

Wayne Stephens Sewanhaka DL Sr.

Mike Bruschini Oyster Bay LB Sr.

Thaddeus Ellsworth Bellport LB Sr.

Michael Roberts Hempstead LB Sr.

Chris Scaduto Harborfields LB Sr.

Roger Pollard Maria Regina DB Sr.

George Robinson Connetquot DB Sr.

Rob Varello Commack North DB Sr.

ENTRENADOR NASSAU DEL AÑO

ENTRENADOR SUFFOLK DEL AÑO

John Gagliardi San Juan Bautista QB Sr.

Don McPherson West Hempstead QB Sr.

Donald Humphrey Uniondale RB Sr.

Jeff Buckson Copiague RB Sr.

Tom Duffy Northport WR Sr.

Darren Muller Mepham WR Sr.

Dennis Vavassis Berner OL Sr.

Tom Watson Bellport OL Sr.

Frank Delia Sewanhaka OL Sr.

Bob Clendenning Sachem OL Sr.

Ted White West Islip OL Sr.

Don McAulay East Islip K Sr.

Eric VonBargen MacArthur DL Sr.

Gary Baldinger Massapequa DL Sr.

Charlie Ecker East Hampton DL Sr.

Larry Galizia Lynbrook LB Sr.

John DeTommaso Farmingdale LB Sr.

Michael Roberts Hempstead LB Jr.

Mike Witteck Valley Stream Norte LB Sr.

Chris Bayer West Islip DB Sr.

Pat Mancini Valley Stream Norte DB Sr.

Jim Lidowski West Babylon DB Sr.

Tony Woods Brentwood DB Sr.

ENTRENADOR NASSAU DEL AÑO

ENTRENADOR SUFFOLK DEL AÑO

Vinny Testaverde Sewanhaka QB Sr.

John DeLucie Massapequa QB Sr.

Rodney Cooke Bellport RB Sr.

John Rodney Hicksville RB Sr.

Kevin Wieczorek St. Anthony's WR Sr.

Chuck Isola Westhampton TE Sr.

Scott Sanders Ward Melville OL Sr.

Wayne Hutzel Plainedge OL Sr.

Rich Wozniak Nuevo Hyde Park OL Sr.

Tom Humphrey Amityville OL Sr.

Mike Gladitsch Carey DL Sr.

Tony Piccolo Bethpage DL Sr.

George Colton Lindenhurst DL Sr.

Bob Korkuc Farmingdale DL Sr.

Mike Garrett Nuevo Hyde Park DL Sr.

Mike Popko St. Anthony's LB Sr.

Gerry Mulligan San Juan Bautista LB Sr.

Robbie Stedfelt East Islip LB Sr.

Jack La Prarie Sachem DB Sr.

Derrick Foster Copiague DB Sr.

Eddison Bramble Mineola DB Sr.

Paul Maurice Bellport DB Sr.

ENTRENADOR NASSAU DEL AÑO

ENTRENADOR SUFFOLK DEL AÑO

Mike Casaburi Sayville QB Sr.

Kevin Baugh Deer Park RB Sr.

Brent Ziegler West Islip RB Sr.

Dennis Maier Bethpage RB Sr.

Bob Jahelka West Hempstead RB Sr.

Chris Heffernan Elmont WR Sr.

Sean Clifford Sachem OL Sr.

Kevin McEeown Miller Place OL Sr.

Bob Bill Garden City OL Sr.

Jim Cerrone San Juan Bautista OL Sr.

Joe Ippolito Wantagh OL Sr.

Tom Smiley Nuevo Hyde Park DL Sr.

Jim Nestola South Side DL Sr.

Ron Heller Farmingdale DL Sr.

Kevin Meinsen Harborfields LB Sr.

Ken Stubbolo Cold Spring Harbor LB Sr.

Gil Terenzi Sewanhaka LB Sr.

Tom Giella Chaminade LB Sr.

Bob Molinari Valley Stream Sur LB Sr.

Charlie Bakas Westhampton DB Sr.

Eddison Bramble Mineola DB Sr.

Greg Weisenberg Long Beach DB Sr.

ENTRENADOR NASSAU DEL AÑO

ENTRENADOR SUFFOLK DEL AÑO

Boomer Esiason East Islip QB Sr.

Bill McFadden West Islip QB Sr.

Todd Jamison Huntington QB Sr.

Kevin Baugh Deer Park RB Jr.

Clyde Riggins Glen Cove RB Sr.

Mark Aldridge Wantagh WR Sr.

John Matheis Sachem WR Sr.

Kevin Riccio West Islip OL Sr.

Steve Freund Bethpage OL Sr.

Dan Svendsen Bayport DL Sr.

Herbert Butzke Nuevo Hyde Park DL Sr.

Joe Ryan Farmingdale DL Sr.

Tore Barbaccia Locust Valley DL Sr.

Marty Murphy Chaminade DL Sr.

Ralph Robinson Bellport LB Sr.

Chris Voit East Meadow LB Sr.

Vin Striano Sagrada Familia LB Sr.

Rich Riccardi Cold Spring Harbor DB Sr.

John O'Sullivan Farmingdale DB Sr.

Tom Barnett Chaminade DB Sr.

CO-ENTRENADORES DEL AÑO DE NASSAU

Dick Kasso Cold Spring Harbor

ENTRENADOR SUFFOLK DEL AÑO

Brian Dehler Sachem QB Sr.

John Rogan Chaminade QB Sr.

Paul Mazzola Patchogue RB Sr.

Daryl Knox North Shore RB Sr.

División Bob Sbarra RB Sr.

Pete Gibson Oceanside RB Sr.

Frank Albi Oceanside TE Sr.

John McCollum Hewlett OL Sr.

Pat Donovan South Side OL Sr.

Joe Piccininni Bellport OL Sr.

Peter Schmitt Sagrada Familia OL Sr.

Herbert Butzke Nuevo Hyde Park DL Jr.

Ken Olson Brentwood Sonderling DL Sr.

Sean Farrell Westhampton Dl Sr.

Tony Bottone Hauppauge DL Sr.

Brian Savage Comsewogue LB Sr.

Tom Chierchie Carey LB Sr.

Adam Topalian Cold Spring Harbor LB Sr.

Paul Moschella Herricks LB Sr.

Paul Zambuto Nuevo Hyde Park DB Sr.

Eric Johnson North Shore DB Sr.

Rich Riccardi Cold Spring Harbor DB Sr.

ENTRENADOR NASSAU DEL AÑO

Angelo Giugliano New Hyde Park

ENTRENADOR SUFFOLK DEL AÑO

Mike Tice Central Islip QB Sr.

Ed Duddy Comsewogue QB Sr.

Brian Burke St. Dominic E Sr.

Robert Skeeter Riverhead E Sr.

Eric Creegan John Glenn T Sr.

Harold Smith Copiague T Sr.

Jim Romano North Shore OL Sr.

Robert Taylor Long Beach DL Sr.

John DeRosa Northport DL Sr.

Paul Aiken St. Paul's DL Sr.

Brian Ward Lindenhurst DL Sr.

Pat Dean West Islip LB Sr.

Bob Henry Uniondale LB Sr.

Todd Hodne St. Dominic LB Sr.

Nick Ryan Farmingdale LB Sr.

Paul Lankford Farmingdale DB Sr.

Anthony Campbell Uniondale DB Sr.

ENTRENADOR NASSAU DEL AÑO

ENTRENADOR SUFFOLK DEL AÑO

Tony Capozzoli St. Dominic QB Sr.

Fred Rosenberg Great Neck North RB Sr.

Ed Harris Southampton RB Sr.

Andris Zmuidins Cold Spring Harbor RB Sr.

Steve Guerrera West Hempstead E Sr.

Steve Levine Wantagh E Sr.

Bob Woodruff Central Islip C Sr.

Cliff Connery St. Anthony's T Sr.

Sam Palladino Lindenhurst T Sr.

John Scully Sagrada Familia OL Sr.

Gary Perz Deer Park OL Sr.

Chris Dieterich Ward Melville DL Sr.

Mark Smith North Shore DL Sr.

Dwight DeGeorge Great Neck North DL Sr.

Ken Rieger North Shore LB Sr.

Doug Napodano John Glenn LB Sr.

Mike O'Brien East Islip LB Sr.

Mike Scibelli Farmingdale LB Sr.

Roger Sexauer Port Washington DB Sr.

Bob Boneillo División DB Sr.

Tom Casey Gran Cuello Norte

Tom Donovan Sagrada Familia RB Sr.

Dave Loehle Whitman RB Sr.

George Hodyno Elmont RB Sr.

Paul Smith Amityville WR Sr.

Lonnie Hughes Riverhead TE Sr.

Jack Luchsinger Berner TE Sr.

Gordon Soper Newfield C Sr.

Tim O'Leary Port Washington G Sr.

Dave Carroll St. Anthony's T Sr.

Ed Loncar East Hampton K Sr.

Tony Capozzoli St. Dominic QB Jr.

Bob Dooley West Babylon RB Sr.

Kevin Rooney Patchogue RB Sr.

Bill Romaine East Islip RB Sr.

Scott Wilson MacArthur RB Sr.

Pete Klement Sagrada Familia OL Sr.

Tom Van Buskirk Carey OL Sr.

Scott Riegel Carle Place OL Sr.

Jackie Robinson Roosevelt OL Sr.

Charlie McGuckin Sagrada Familia

Joe Diange Farmingdale QB Sr.

Rich Scudellari Sagrada Familia RB Sr.

Kevin Mannix Syosset RB Sr.

Tony Black Central Islip RB Sr.

Bill Fuccillo Greenport TE Sr.

División Bob Muller TE Sr.

Tyrone Simpkins Hempstead OL Sr.

Jack Mirival Syosset OL Sr.

Tom Horan Santo Domingo OL Sr.

Paul Colvin Port Jefferson OL Sr.

Matt Gourlay North Babylon OL Sr.

Bob Isom North Babylon RB Sr.

Dan Terrasi West Hempstead RB Sr.

Jody Walton Amityville RB Sr.

Tom Waters Carle Place RB Sr.

Bob Deutsch East Rockaway OL Sr.

Bill Gallo Bellmore JFK OL Sr.

Bob Shukri Lindenhurst OL Sr.

Glenn Miller Riverhead OL Sr.

Bob Crimi MacArthur OL Sr.

Mike Morrill Commack South OL Sr.

Dave Carroll St. Anthony's OL Sr.

ENTRENADOR NASSAU DEL AÑO

ENTRENADOR SUFFOLK DEL AÑO

George Kelly North Babylon

Chad Smith Sayville QB Sr.

Larry Esposito Clarke RB Sr.

Jim Teatom Farmingdale RB Sr.

Chris Prifte Port Jefferson RB Sr.

Derek Smith Sayville E Sr.

Doug Gerek West Islip C Sr.

Ed Gleckler Bay Shore G Sr.

Mike Cohen West Hempstead G Sr.

George Caraberis Farmingdale T Sr.

Nick Buonamici St. Anthony's T Sr.

Joe Coviello Locust Valley QB Sr.

Dave Van Nostrand Massapequa RB Sr.

Vic Kelly Lindenhurst RB Sr.

Lou Romanzi Bay Shore RB Sr.

Hugh Farren Brentwood E Sr.

Bill Fuccillo Greenport E Sr.

Frank Erickson Friends Academy C Sr.

Dom Roncone East Islip G Sr.

Vic Staffieri Malverne G Sr.

Dave Shukri Lindenhurst T Sr.

Joe Purnell Southampton T Sr.

ENTRENADOR NASSAU DEL AÑO

ENTRENADOR SUFFOLK DEL AÑO

Brian Smith Calhoun QB Sr.

Len Chiaramonte Amityville RB Sr.

Mike Duffy Massapequa RB Sr.

Curtis Smith Brentwood RB Sr.

Mike Hintz West Hempstead E Sr.

Chris Fallon Seton Hall E Sr.

John Young San Juan Bautista C Sr.

Steve Cunningham Sayville G Sr.

Bob Hiller East Meadow G Sr.

Dan Jiggetts Wethampton T Sr.

Eliot Warner Farmingdale T Sr.

Ernie Prodromies Smithtown QB Sr.

Henry Simpkins Nuevo Hyde Park RB Sr.

Don Giovinco Hauppauge RB Sr.

Jerome Williams Farmingdale RB Sr.

Bernard Lyttle Glen Cove E Sr.

Mark Paar Huntington E Sr.

Marlon Koprowski Hempstead C Sr.

Nick Buonamici St. Anthony's G Jr.

Joe Purnell Southampton G Jr.

Rich Unterstein St. John the Baptist T Sr.

Ames Ressa Port Washington T Sr.

Chris Kupec Syosset QB Sr.

Ron Goodman Port Jefferson RB Sr.

Jamie Franklin Brentwood RB Sr.

Mark Coady Carle Place RB Sr.

Frank Russell Wantagh E Sr.

Frank O'Neill Carle Place E Sr.

Dick McKee East Hampton C Sr.

John Vesce Cold Spring Harbor G Sr.

Ralph Perretta Holy Trinity T Sr.

Richard Caravella Sewanhaka T Sr.

Bob Avellini New Hyde Park QB Sr.

Pete Cheviot Amityville RB Sr.

Tom Chandler Baldwin RB Sr.

Steve Billera Sayville E Sr.

Erik Kolbell East Meadow C Sr.

Sherman Brown Long Beach G Sr.

Tom Cisternino Huntington G Sr.

Buddy Mazzio Brentwood T Sr.

Henry Jaworoski Amityville T Sr.

NASSAU COACH OF THE YEAR

SUFFOLK COACH OF THE YEAR

Brad Rock Hauppauge QB Sr.

Phil Crawford Copiague RB Sr.

Kevin O'Donnell Seton Hall RB Sr.

Russell Brown Roosevelt RB Sr.

Ken Beytin Northport E Sr.

Ron Boyd Carle Place E Sr.

John Beachy Bethpage C Sr.

Bill Cronin Port Washington G Sr.

Dan Cutillo Amityville G Sr.

Phil LaPorta Valley Stream Central T Sr.

Dan Scott Amityville T Sr.

Steve Zimmer Massapequa QB Sr.

Gary Marangi Elmont RB Sr.

Paul Mellini Babylon RB Sr.

Kevin Barrett Memorial E Sr.

Dennis Grau Division C Sr.

Nick Tarabocchia Freeport G Sr.

NASSAU COACH OF THE YEAR

SUFFOLK COACH OF THE YEAR

Bob Wilson East Islip QB Sr.

Doug Szigethy Mineola RB Sr.

Dennis Macholz Bethpage RB Sr.

Gary Arinello Chaminade RB Sr.

Jim Kinsley Herricks E Sr.

Bill Smyth Chaminade E Sr.

Dan Cutillo Amityville G Sr.

Tom Tarazevits Southampton T Sr.

Tom Lavina Smithtown T Sr.

Bert Strandberg Babylon QB Sr.

Ron Ruggiero St. Dominic RB Sr.

Clayton Heath Roosevelt RB Sr.

Jose Camacho Amityville RB Sr.

Tom Fischer Central Islip E Sr.

Steve Porr Smithtown E Sr.

Joe Ryan Farmingdale G Sr.

George Pelcher Hicksville G Sr.

Cliff Grohs Massapequa T Sr.

NASSAU COACH OF THE YEAR

SUFFOLK COACH OF THE YEAR

Ron Ruggiero St. Dominic HB Jr.

Hank Bjorklund North Shore HB Sr.

Bill Donaldson East Islip FB Sr.

George Marvin Mineola E Sr.

Frank Stark West Islip C Sr.

Phil Barbaccia East Meadow G Sr.

Frank Ahrenhold Northport T Sr.

Tom Tarazevits Southampton T sr.

NASSAU COACH OF THE YEAR SUFFOLK COACH OF THE YEAR


Plane crash devastates Marshall University football team

On November 14, 1970, a chartered jet carrying most of the Marshall University football team clips a stand of trees and crashes into a hillside just two miles from the Tri-State Airport in Kenova, West Virginia, killing everyone onboard.The team was returning from that day’s game, a 17-14 loss to East Carolina University. Thirty-seven Marshall football players were aboard the plane, along with the team’s coach, its doctors, the university athletic director and 25 team boosters–some of Huntington, West Virginia’s most prominent citizens–who had traveled to North Carolina to cheer on the Thundering Herd. “The whole fabric,” a citizen of Huntington wrote later, “the whole heart of the town was aboard.”

The crash was just the most tragic in a string of unfortunate events that had befallen the Marshall football team since about 1960. The university stadium, which hadn’t been renovated since before World War II, was condemned in 1962. From the last game of the 1966 season to midway through the 1969 season, the team hadn’t won any games. Making matters worse, the NCAA had suspended Marshall for more than 100 recruiting violations. (The Mid-American Conference had expelled the team for the same reason.) But Marshall seemed to be getting back on track: It had fired the dishonest coaches, built a new Astroturf field and started winning games again. The Thundering Herd had lost a squeaker to East Carolina on the 14th, and was looking forward to a promising season the next year.

For Huntington, the plane crash was “like the Kennedy assassination,” one citizen remembers. 𠇎verybody knows where they were and what they were doing when they heard the news.” The town immediately went into mourning. Shops and government offices closed businesses on the town’s main street draped their windows in black bunting. The university held a memorial service in the stadium the next day and cancelled Monday’s classes. There were so many funerals that they had to be spread out over several weeks. In perhaps the saddest ceremony of all, six players whose remains couldn’t be identified were buried together in Spring Hill Cemetery, on a hill overlooking their university.

Marshall got a new football coach–Jack Lengyel, from the College of Wooster in Ohio𠄺nd set about rebuilding the team. The NCAA gave the Thundering Herd special permission to let freshmen play on the varsity squad, and Lengyel cobbled together a ragtag group of first-years, walk-ons and the nine veteran players who hadn’t been on the plane that night. The team lost its first game of the 1971 season but–with a last-second touchdown that seemed almost too good to be true�ted Ohio’s Xavier University 15-13 in its first home game since the crash. The Herd won one other game that season, and nine in Lengyel’s four-year tenure at Marshall, but none was as emotional as the first.


Fallingwater

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Fallingwater, weekend residence near Mill Run, southwestern Pennsylvania, that was designed by American architect Frank Lloyd Wright for the Kaufmann family in 1935 and completed in 1937. The house’s daring construction over a waterfall was instrumental in reviving Wright’s architecture career and became one of the most famous 20th-century buildings. The residence opened as a museum in 1964.

Edgar J. Kaufmann, Sr., a department store magnate, and his wife, Liliane, commissioned Wright to design a weekend retreat on the family’s land near the former Bear Run community southeast of Pittsburgh. Kaufmann had been introduced to Wright by his son, Edgar, in 1934, when the latter participated in Wright’s Taliesin Fellowship, a training program for architects and artists. Wright was 67 at the time of the meeting, with few commissions in the midst of the Great Depression. His career was seemingly near retirement—the early success of his Prairie style residences in the first decade of the 1900s had abated following the negative publicity of his personal life. Wright’s design for Fallingwater, however, proved that he still maintained a bold vision for architecture. Kaufmann and his wife expected a weekend house that would offer views of a favourite waterfall, but they were startled to find that Wright’s plans situated the house directly above the waterfall. Wright argued that he did not want to relegate the falls to a mere view on which the Kaufmanns might occasionally look from afar, but that he wanted to bring the falls to the family’s everyday life. By situating the residence over the waterfall, the Kaufmanns would always be able to hear the movement of the water and be aware of the waterfall’s presence.

After some doubts and heated arguments, construction of Fallingwater began in 1936. Local craftsmen and labourers were hired, and materials were directly excavated from the Kaufmanns’ land. Fallingwater was mainly complete in 1937, with the family occupying the residence that fall. It quickly gained fame when Tiempo magazine featured Wright and a drawing of the building on the cover of its January 17, 1938, issue. Indeed, Wright added a guest house to the site in 1939 to accommodate the Kaufmanns’ curious visitors.

Fallingwater was a masterpiece of Wright’s theories on organic architecture, which sought to integrate humans, architecture, and nature together so that each one would be improved by the relationship. Wright believed that architecture must not only sit comfortably within its natural landscape, replicate its forms, and use its materials, but must also cultivate and reveal the dormant qualities hidden within its setting. Fallingwater accordingly grows from the site’s rocky landscape. Its concrete terraces float above the falls, drawing attention to the water while respecting its space. Their horizontal forms and ochre colour recall and highlight the boulders below. Although the terraces appear to hover, they are in fact anchored to the house’s central stone chimney using cantilevers. Wright’s houses typically expand from a central fireplace, which he believed was the focal point of any home. Wright intended the circulation of the building to have a sense of compression when indoors and of expansion when approaching the outdoors. Hence the expansive terraces occupy about half of the building, while the interior spaces are small with low ceilings, creating a sheltered cave amid the rugged landscape. The building draws nature inside its three floors: natural cliffs protrude from the central fireplace, southern light enters through expansive corner windows, and the sound of rushing water is always present. Wright’s careful attention to detail offered such unique features as a hatch on the first floor over stairs leading directly to the streambed below, customized niches to display the Kaufmanns’ art collection, and built-in furniture to complement the space.

Fallingwater proved that Wright was not an outdated architect ready for retirement but an enduring visionary ready for the next phase of his career. Some of his most high-profile commissions came after, including the Guggenheim Museum in New York City. The Kaufmanns continued to reside in Fallingwater but quickly noticed that the main terrace was beginning to sag, later recognized as the result of Wright’s refusal to use additional steel despite his contractor’s suggestions. The terrace was repaired decades later by adding steel cables.

Years after his parents’ deaths in the 1950s, Edgar Kaufmann, acting on his father’s wishes, entrusted the building and nearby land to the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy in 1963. Fallingwater opened as a museum the following year, with the Kaufmanns’ thoughtfully selected furniture and curated art collection intact. The conservancy continued to maintain the building into the 21st century, welcoming about 150,000 visitors per year. In 2019 the residence, along with seven other Frank Lloyd Wright buildings, was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site.


Nick Saban, 7

Six of Saban's titles are from his Alabama tenure (2009, 2011, 2012, 2015, 2017 and 2020). His first was in 2003, when he was at LSU and split with Southern California — the Trojans won the AP crown while the Tigers won the BCS title.

Bear Bryant, 6

The Alabama legend won all six of his national titles with the Tide: 1961, 1964, 1965, 1973, 1978 and 1979. As a testament to his longevity, Bryant's final title, in 1979, came in his 22nd season with the Tide.

Bernie Bierman, 5

Bierman was Minnesota's coach in 1932-41 and again from 1945-50. He led the Golden Gophers to four unbeaten and untied seasons. He also won seven Big Ten titles.

Woody Hayes, 5

Hayes coached at Ohio State from 1951-78, winning his titles in 1954, 1957, 1961, 1968 and 1970. Hayes went 205-61-10 with the Buckeyes, won 13 Big Ten titles and famously battled with Bo Schembechler's Michigan in The Ten Year War.

Frank Leahy, 4

Leahy went 107-13-9 with the Irish, good for the second-best win percentage in history (.864, behind only fellow Notre Dame coach Knute Rockne). Leahy played for Rockne from 1928-30, winning two titles, and then won titles as a coach in 1943, 1946, 1947 and 1949.

John McKay, 4

In 16 seasons as Southern California's coach, McKay won four titles: 1962, 1967, 1972 and 1974. After a disappointing 1975 season, McKay left to coach the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the NFL.

Howard Jones, 3

Jones won his first national title with Yale in 1909 before winning his next three with Southern California (1928, 1931, 1932). The Trojans also went 8-0-2 in 1939 to claim a title, though AP crowned Texas A&M.

Walter Camp, 3

Camp played and coached at Yale, leading the Bulldogs to national championships as their coach in 1888, 1891 and 1892. His record at Yale? 67-2.

Urban Meyer, 3

After a two-year stint at Bowling Green, Meyer went undefeated at Utah in his season season with the Utes in 2003. He won his first title at Florida in 2006, upsetting Ohio State. He then won another title two years later, beating Oklahoma in the BCS National Championship Game. Meyer's third title came in the 2014 season, when Ohio State became the first College Football Playoff national champion.

Tom Osborne, 3

For much of his Nebraska head coaching career, Osborne was known for failing to win the big one, as the Huskers fell short of a title from 1973 through the 1993 seasons. Then the dam broke. Nebraska won in 1994, 1995 and 1997 (splitting the last with Michigan), with Osborne then retiring. He went 49-2 in his final five seasons.

Knute Rockne, 3

Rockne went a stunning 105-12-5 with the Irish, winning titles in 1924, 1929 and 1930. His last title season was his last Rockne died in a plane crash in 1931.

Darrell Royal, 3

The Texas coach won it all in 1963, 1969 and 1970, going undefeated in two of those seasons. In 1969, that version of the "Game of the Century" pitted No. 1 Texas against No. 2 Arkansas in Fayetteville, Arkansas, on Dec. 6. U.S. President Richard Nixon attended the game.

Barry Switzer, 3

Switzer and the Oklahoma Sooners won national crowns in 1974, 1975 and 1985 and won six Orange Bowl games as OU's coach from 1973 through 1988. Switzer then won a Super Bowl with the Dallas Cowboys in the 1995 season.

Glenn "Pop" Warner, 3

Warner won two titles at Pittsburgh (1916 and 1918) and then at Stanford (1926) and revolutionized the sport with the single-wing formation. He was part of the inaugural College Football Hall of Fame class in 1951.

Bud Wilkinson, 3

Wilkinson's Sooners famously won 47 games in a row between 1953 and 1957, still the longest winning streak at the highest level in the sport. Wilkinson won his championships in 1950, 1955 and 1956.


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Primeros años

Michael Anthony Strahan was born on November 21, 1971, in Houston, Texas. The youngest of six children, Strahan spent a good portion of his childhood in Mannheim, Germany, where his father, Gene, an Army major, settled the family when Strahan was 9 years old.

A gifted athlete with a tall frame, Strahan returned to Texas for his senior year of high school. Although he had played organized football in Germany, Strahan lacked the experience of the other players he competed against as a member of the Westbury High School team. Still, he proved to be gifted enough in the sport to earn a scholarship to play at Texas Southern University in Houston.

As a college player, Strahan continued to make incredible strides. He dominated the line of scrimmage, barreling through offensive lines and terrorizing opposing quarterbacks.

By his senior year, Strahan&aposs play had caught the attention of NFL scouts. In the spring of 1993, the talented defensive player was selected 40th overall in the NFL draft, by the New York Giants.


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