Camas QB Logan Grindy And Kelso LB Jared O’Neil Top The 2010 Greater St. Helens League 3A Football Coaches All-League Teams

Written by Bryan Levesque on November 25, 2010

Camas Sr. QB Logan Grindy (#7) is the 2010 GSHL 3A Coaches Offensive player of the year. Kelso Sr. LB Jared O'Neli (#44) is the 2010 GSHL 3A Coaches Defensive player of the year.

Camas Sr. QB Logan Grindy (#7) is the 2010 GSHL 3A Coaches Offensive player of the year. Kelso Sr. LB Jared O'Neli (#44) is the 2010 GSHL 3A Coaches Defensive player of the year.

The 2010 Greater St. Helens League 3A Football Coaches All-League selections were announced. League champs Camas led the league in both amount of 1st team selections, and for over all selections. Camas landed landing 11 first team players and 3 second team players. They also had the Offensive Player of the Year in QB Logan Grindy. Mountain View was next with 5 first team and 4 second team selections. Kelso was third with 4 first team and 4 second team selections including Defensive Player of the Year in LB Jared O’Neil. Columbia River was next with 9 total players selected followed by Prairie’s 7, Fort Vacouver’s 5 and Hudson’s Bay’s 4. Camas coach Jon Eagle was voted coach of the year. His Papermakers finished the regular season 9-0 and 6-0 in league play, winning their first 3A GSHL championship since 2006.

There were no player voted to both the 1st team offense and 1st team defense this season.

There were also several players who made the Coaches 3A All-League team in 2009 as well.

Patrick Crawford of Fort Vancouver was also first team Offensive Line in 2009
Jeremy Faulkner of Camas was also the first team Wide Receiver in  2009
Addison Owen of Camas was also first Defensive Back in 2009
Odin Coe of Camas was also first team Defensive Line in 2009
Ikaika Gunderson of Camas was second team Defensive Line in 2009, and was voted as first team Linebacker this season
Justin Jenks of Columbia River was second team Defensive Line in 2009, and again second team Defensive Line this season
Brent Hill of Camas was second team Defensive Back in 2009 and first team Defensive Back this season
Trevor Clarkson of Camas was second team Offensive Line in 2009 and first team Offensive Line this season
Ansel Cecil of Prairie was second team Wide Receiver in 2009 and again second team this season
Miguel Salamanca of Camas was second team Wide Receiver in 2009 and was voted first team Wide Receiver this season
Kyle Ervin of Camas was second team Tight End in 2009 and was voted first team Tight End this season

Kelso Senior LB Jared O’Neil was voted Defensive Player of the Year while Offensive Player of the Year  was given to Camas Senior QB Logan Grindy.

2010 Coaches 3A All-League Team

First Team Offense
Colin Seitz QB Jr. Prairie
Zack Marshall RB Jr. Camas
Remick Kawawaki RB So. Columbia River
P.J. Jones RB Sr. Mountain View
Miguel Salamanca WR Sr. Camas
Avi Slifer WR Sr. Prairie
Jesse Zalk WR Jr. Prairie
Kyle Ervin TE Sr. Camas
Trevor Clarkson OL Sr. Camas
Brad Johnston OL Sr. Columbia River
Patrick Crawford OL Sr. Fort Vancouver
Eric McDaniel OL Sr. Kelso
Drew Bryant OL Sr. Mountain View
Chavo Camargo K Jr. Mountain View
Ingo Arrizal KR Sr. Hudson’s Bay
First Team Defense
Eric Clay DL Sr. Camas
Odin Coe DL Sr. Camas
Gage Townsend DL Sr. Kelso
Ryan Johnson DL Jr. Mountain View
Ikaika Gunderson LB Sr. Camas
Terence Joshua LB Sr. Columbia River
Jai Girod LB Jr. Fort Vancouver
Dylan Petersen LB Sr. Mountain View
Jeremy Faulkner DB Sr. Camas
Brent Hill DB Sr. Camas
Addison Owen DB Sr. Camas
Cedrique Chaney DB Sr. Kelso
Richard Vansiclen P Sr. Fort Vancouver

Coach of the year: Jon Eagle, Camas

Second Team Defense
Kamari Brown DL Jr. Camas, Damon Kosaki DB Sr. Camas, Tylor Jaskierny DL Sr. Columbia River, Justin Jenks DL Sr. Columbia River, Andrew Morgan LB Jr. Columbia River, Jeremy Newton DB Sr. Columbia River, Devante Elliotte DB Sr. Hudson’s Bay, Mathew Wheeler DL Sr. Hudson’s Bay, Slate Miller DB Jr. Kelso, Jeff Carmody DB Sr. Mountain View, Dan McCoy LB Sr. Mountain View, Zak Binshaieg DB Sr. Mountain View, Colton Prestwich DB So. Prairie

Second Team Offense
David Anderson OL Sr. Camas, Kevin Cotter WR  Sr. Columbia River, Chris Yingling OL Sr. Columbia River, Abdul Conteh RB Jr. Fort Vancouver, Jordan Vela RB Jr. Fort Vancouver, Josh Ingebretson OL Jr. Hudson’s Bay, Josh Custer OL Sr. Kelso, Riley Miller RB Sr. Kelso, Makaio Mobbs QB Sr. Kelso, Tyler Gold OL Sr. Mountain View, Dylan Axtell OL Sr. Prairie, Ansel Cecil WR Jr. Prairie, Tyler Vea WR Jr. Prairie

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Comments

11 Responses to “Camas QB Logan Grindy And Kelso LB Jared O’Neil Top The 2010 Greater St. Helens League 3A Football Coaches All-League Teams”

  1. Gamer on November 25th, 2010 2:30 pm

    i really think alot of kids got ripped off this year in 3A, specially in the voting for Offensive Player of the year i think it should have been between Jones, Marshall or Kawawaki, no disrespect to Grindy but he was not the top offensive player this year i know the kids a division 1 prospect but still, Camas showed they could win two playoffs games without him something they couldnt even do last year. Jones, Kawawaki and Marshall deserved this award more than anyone else, each carried there team and were out standing players, makes me think the voting for offensive player of the year was a pity vote more than anything.
    Also in my opinion Mt View got robbed in first team offense, MTV arguably had one of the best running attacks in the entire GSHL and only 2 players got first team?! that doesnt make sense to me, some might disagree but thats just my opinion.

  2. GSHL_Alum on November 25th, 2010 5:56 pm

    I guess that’s why you’re not a coach then.

  3. Gamer on November 25th, 2010 9:43 pm

    i guess so….

  4. GSHLobserver on November 25th, 2010 10:04 pm

    i heard that the 3 players nominated for defensive player of the year in the 3a were:

    Jared O’neal LB sr. – kelso
    Odin Coe- DL sr. – camas
    Ryan Johnson DL jr. – mountain view

    so my question is… was jared oneal the right choice for defensive player of the year out of these three players in the 3a??

    any opinions??

  5. playerofthegame on November 29th, 2010 10:09 am

    gshlobserver- i play on the same team as jared. and i totally agree with you. odin should have gotten it. jared is not the mean machine that people put him out too be. i am a young kid in the program and watcing on the sidelines he never really seemed too be in the pile of any tackles. it doesnt make sense too me. he wasnt the leading tackler on the team and only had like two picks, and not very many forced fumbles compared too anyone in the secondary or anyone on the D line. sorry but i say odin got ripped off.

  6. evolution athletic training on November 30th, 2010 9:48 pm

    Glad to see Jesse Zalk made first team out of prairie rather than some non-deserving player from a school with more wins. That kid is just FILTHY! Going to be a real dominant player in the league next year receiving as well as a return specialist…….a real ankle breaker with good speed. he has the best hands I have seen on a kid to come out of the area since Jon Vea, who I understand is his position coach. Good job Jess and have a great season next year!

  7. CR Truth Teller on December 1st, 2010 11:19 pm

    evolution athletic training- Zalk is a good player but obviously you have not watched much GSHL football since Vea graduated in the 80′s. Here are a few players over the last 2 years that hand some pretty decent hands and 2 of them play D1 ball and the other signed a pretty legit contract to swing a bat. I also suspect that Henderson will go to a pretty big school as well. Kyrell Hudson (EV), Ashton Clark (HER), Cody Yahn (HER), Ellis Henderson (SKY), Mitch Saylor (U), Theisen Chang (CR). As for POY honors, the coaches usually go with a career body of work and not just a season. I dont think that is right but look back the past 5 years and you will see the trend.

  8. MVHS Athlete on December 2nd, 2010 10:36 am

    Guy Varsek(C) Andrew White(MV)

  9. GSHL Football Fan 2010 on December 3rd, 2010 12:09 pm

    Don’t you have to be able to kick a field goal to be selected all league kicker?

  10. MVHS Athlete on December 3rd, 2010 4:38 pm

    He made a game winner against heritage

  11. GSHL Football Fan 2010 on December 6th, 2010 2:28 pm

    My bad, The field goal against Heritage was from the 12 yard line , impressive distance – missed 2 other attemps from 20 yards. The kid from Camas was a better all around kicker.

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