Camas’s Logan Grindy Along With Union’s Nathaniel Penarnada And Taylor Nelson Top The 2009 Greater St. Helens League 3A Football Coaches All-League Teams

Written by Bryan Levesque on November 24, 2009

Camas Jr. QB Logan Grindy (#7) and Union Sr. RB/WR Nathaniel Penaranda(#42) are the 2009 GSHL 3A Co-Offensive player of the year. Union Sr. LB Taylor Nelson (#94) is the 2009 GSHL 3A Defensive player of the year.

Camas Jr. QB Logan Grindy (#7) and Union Sr. RB/WR Nathaniel Penaranda (#42) are the 2009 GSHL 3A Co-Offensive player of the year. Union Sr. LB Taylor Nelson (#94) is the 2009 GSHL 3A Defensive player of the year.

The votes are in, and the coaches have spoken. We saw Union and Camas pull away from the rest of the 3A GSHL in 2009. They played in a classic week 9 game that came down to the last minute. The Coaches All-League selections also saw Union and Camas with the most players. Union had 12 players on the first team, or Player of the Year, while Camas came in second with 8. No other school more than 3 players on the first team. Union also had the Defensive Player of the Year in LB Taylor Nelso and Co-Offensive Player of the Year in RB/WR Nathaniel Penaranda.  Taylor Nelson was voted the 3A GSHL Defensive Player of the Year in 2008 as a Junior as well. Camas did out umber the Titans on first team defense, with 6 players to Union’s 4. Camas QB Logan Grindy was also C0-Offensive Player of the Year. Grindy was a first team QB in 2008 as a Sophomore.

Multiple players are on the first team for a second time. Prairie DL Hayden Lucia, Fort Vancouver LB John Chen, Canas DB Josh Smith, Union OL Devin Myers, Tyler Knotts and Travis Kronstad, Camas OL Blake Casebeer, Union RB Blake Russell, Union K Jed Barnett, and Camas P Stuart Jergensen were all first team players in 2008.

Union coach Cale Piland was voted coach of the year. Union has won the 3A GSHL for the last 2 seasons and is in the WIAA Semifinals for a second year in a row as they make another run at a state championship.

Union Senior LBTaylor Nelson was voted Defensive Player of the Year while Offensive Player of the Year was given to both Camas Junior QB Logan Grindy and Union Senior RB/WR Nathaniel Penaranda.

First Team Defense
Player of the year: Taylor Nelson, Sr.Union
Jordan Newman DL Jr. Union
Odin Coe DL Jr. Camas
Brandon Freeman DL Sr. Columbia River
Hayden Lucia DL Sr. Prairie
Zach Strausbaugh LB Sr. Union
Zak Browning LB Jr. Union
Brenten Clive LB Sr. Camas
Kyle Wiley LB Sr. Prairie
John Chen LB Sr. Fort Vancouver
Addison Owen DB Jr.Camas
Josh Smith DB Sr. Camas
Matt Merlino DB Sr. Union
Drew White DB Jr.Camas
Stuart Jergensen P Sr. Camas
First Team Offense
Co-Player of the year: Logan Grindy , Jr. Camas
C0-Player of the year: Nathaniel Penaranda, Sr. Union
Devin Myers OL Sr. Union
Tyler Knotts OL Sr. Union
Travis Kronstad OL Sr. Union
Erik Inloes OL sr. Columbia River
Blake Casebeer OL Sr. Camas
Patrick Crawford OL Jr. Fort Vancouver
Blake Russell RB Sr. Union
Isaiah Thompson RB Sr. Fort Vancouver
Mitch Saylor WR Sr. Union
Theisen Chang WR Sr. Columbia River
Jeremy Faulkner WR Jr. Camas
Brandon Weller QB Sr. Union
Jed Barnett K Sr. Union
Second Team Defense
DL Ikaika Gunderson Jr. Camas, DL Cody Cloe Sr. Union, DL Justin Jenks Jr. Columbia River, DL Tyler Nelson Sr. Prairie, LB Tim McCarthy Sr. Prairie, LB Jordan Currie Sr. Columbia River, LB Kevin Pinch Sr. Camas, LB Marcus Bush Jr. Fort Vancouver, LB Tim Ivanov Sr. Hudson’s Bay, DB Brandon Kent Sr. Union, DB Alec Polen Sr. Columbia River, DB Brent Hill Jr. Camas, DB Danny Christenson Sr. Hudson’s Bay

Second Team Offense
OL Dylan Axtell Jr. Prairie, OL Kyle Lam Sr. Union, OL Brendon Senn-Crowe Sr. Columbia River, OL Sydney Vailea Sr. Camas, OL Trevor Clarkson Jr. Camas, QB Neil Daly Sr. Columbia River, RB Brandon Brody-Heim Sop. Union, RB Marcus Rodriguez Sr. Columbia River, RB Tyler Fisher Sr. Camas, WR Ansel Cecil Sop. Prairie, WR Miguel Salamanca Jr. Camas, WR Andre Washington Sr. Hudson’s Bay, TE Kyle Ervin Jr. Camas, TE Jeremy Hickman Sr. Hudson’s Bay

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Comments

65 Responses to “Camas’s Logan Grindy Along With Union’s Nathaniel Penarnada And Taylor Nelson Top The 2009 Greater St. Helens League 3A Football Coaches All-League Teams”

  1. DCGardner on November 24th, 2009 4:59 pm

    Congrats to all those that recieved recognition. A list of true athletes.

  2. Knute on November 24th, 2009 6:40 pm

    No DJ Mason again this year?! Last year was unacceptable, this year it’s just a crime! The kid has played too many positions over his 3 years to count, an unquestioned leader on this amazing team. He will be a difference maker on both sides of the ball against Bellevue as he has been his entire career. Those who know this team, know this. It’s unfortunate the ‘experts’ cannot see what is so clearly in front of them!

  3. CR Fan on November 24th, 2009 7:25 pm

    For once I agree with you “DCGarrdner” congrats to all!!!

  4. unionfan@the couv on November 24th, 2009 7:33 pm

    DJ just started to play a few weeks ago
    before that he was just not playing well or not playing
    for one reason or another
    now is a diffrent story, too late, lesson learned for the future

  5. Armchair QB on November 24th, 2009 7:39 pm

    Dagnabbit, Knute! How in tarnation did DJ git left out again?? Crime-uh-nintly!!

  6. Football Observer on November 24th, 2009 9:49 pm

    Political B.S. are these “coaches” picks anyway. Hands down the best player in 3A this season was Union’s Nathaniel Penaranda. As good as Grindy was this season, he was not the “Co Player of the Year” on offense for 3A. A very close 2nd and a 1st team QB selection for certain but Penaranda should have received this selection by himself without question.

    Obviously the 1st team selections could have been all Union/Camas players and rightfully should have been with a few CR players honored as the rest of the 3A league falls off drastically after those teams but we all know that would not happen since every coach has his say in who should be picked from their respective teams.

    Isn’t Union’s Jordan Newman an OLB? How does #71 for Union not make 1st team OL? Why wasn’t Taylor Nelson named to the 1st team offense as TE which he was by far the best TE in league?

    While all of these players on this list should be congratulated for their tremendous effort this season, a few were left off this list for one political reason or another and they too should be applauded for their efforts. They knew who they are and their respective coaches should mention them in front of their respective teams!

    Great job to all…

  7. Football Fanatic on November 24th, 2009 11:24 pm

    Agree with most but a few great players deserved to be named All League and were over looked which happens every year.

  8. Sports Fan on November 25th, 2009 6:12 am

    Grindy put up huge numbers again for his 2nd year. He has broken nearly every QB record Camas has, and all of the career records, and still has a year to go. He had Union beat until special teams and defense gave it up late. Penaranda is also a great player.

  9. Jvanwa on November 25th, 2009 7:53 am

    To Football Observer: No Newman is on all Special teams and a is a beast on Defense!!! He deserves it. I totally agree about Penaranda…..Hey it’s HS sports…Poitics will always be a factor!! Unfortunate, but it’s life.

  10. Football Observer on November 25th, 2009 9:51 am

    Agreed Jvanwa however, just pointed out that because he plays LB and yes, he is deserving of this selection.

  11. swfannn@the couv on November 25th, 2009 12:17 pm

    I agree with Football Observer
    Very political no way should Grindy be mention in the same sentence with Penaranda. Penaranda was the offensive power in the gshl for sure.
    The week Penaranda touch the ball 5 times and scored 5 times Grindy got player of the week for the Columbian for having 4 throwing touch downs, big deal that happens all the time for quarterbacks
    Penaranda had FIVE CONSECUTIVE TOUCHES, (receiving and running) and turned them into 5 touches down!
    ALMOST NEVER HAPPENS!!!!. To anyone.
    Penaranda has over 1400 yard receiving and rushing 25 tds on 109 touches total!!!
    He has only touch the ball 109 all season. That’s a Touchdown almost every 4 touches
    You’re telling me that grindy ran or threw a td very 4th throw or run NO WAY!
    Grindy great kid, but he is not qualified to carry Penaranda lunch at school or to share the 3a gshl offensive player award.
    PENARANDA GSHL PLAYER OF THE YEAR he gets my vote.

  12. Fan of the U on November 25th, 2009 12:20 pm

    swfann – absolutely correct. The single most explosive player in the league this season. Nate P. was able to accumulate those numbers while sharing touches with several others at Union, and while only playing limited minutes due to lopsided scores and running clocks.

  13. swfannn@the couv on November 25th, 2009 12:24 pm

    Sorry Forgot to mention that Penaranda runs back punts and kick offs
    not really because the other teams kicks out of bounce or they kick to mitch saylor YES they rather kick to SAYLOR who is a great threat.

    Grindy co. 1st team qb yes
    CONGRATS to the rest of the players you all had a great season
    i am very proud of sw washington

  14. fannnngshl on November 25th, 2009 1:03 pm

    swfann
    I agree with you 100 percent on Penaranda for gshl player of the year
    that kid is fun to watch
    Great season for Sw Washington too, there is a good article in todays Columbian on
    Union and Heritage worth reading
    Good luck to both teams this weekend

  15. Trapper Fan on November 25th, 2009 2:00 pm

    In response to football observer’s remark earlier that the “1st team selections could have been all Union/Camas players and rightfully should have been with a few CR players honored as the rest of the 3A league falls off drastically after those teams”. While he is right about the team aspect, this is about individuals that are worthy. There are some players out there that are as good as others on better teams, but don’t have enough of them to make a great team. For example, Fort’s Patrick Crawford could have started for any team in the league at OT, he is that good, and he is only a junior! John Chen is an outstanding LB, who is getting attention from lots of colleges in the area. So saying either one is not worthy of their 1st team status because they didn’t have a strong team around them is absurd. Also, Grindy had a phenomenal season and a great game against Union. Panaranda is also phenomenal and deserving. You can’t compare apples to oranges and everyone on Union’s team is not better than the best from other teams. Just face it. Union has some tremendous starters and some back ups that are better than MANY of the other teams’ starters, but not ALL of them! Just enjoy the fact that this is a great group of kids who deserve to be recognized, and not everyone will get that attention. Best of luck to Union (and Skyview) this week. They are great teams!

  16. Union Dad on November 25th, 2009 3:26 pm

    Well said Trapper!

  17. titan fan on November 25th, 2009 3:36 pm

    Very true Trapper, nice post.

  18. CamasAlum1981 on November 25th, 2009 6:01 pm

    Trapper Fan,
    That has the best post I have seen here. Thanks for putting thing in perspective. All of us at times get myopic in our views, but all the kids that put themselves out there, work their butts off, and make the sacrifices to achieve deserve to be recognized for their hard work and dedication. Thanks

  19. GSHL FANATIC on November 25th, 2009 6:02 pm

    Taylor Nelson is a freak of nature and Zach Strausbaugh is a scary beast with the beard of a lumberjack!! :)

  20. Football Observer on November 25th, 2009 6:36 pm

    Trapper Fan: Your response appears that I offended you with mine as I”m afraid you took my response way too literal. Keep in mind that I also said, “While all of these players on this list should be congratulated for their tremendous effort this season, a few were left off this list for one political reason or another and they too should be applauded for their efforts”. This would include all players selected to the list posted that included Fort, Bay etc…

    Since these selections are made based on individual criteria or they are meant to be selected that way, my only point was you could have argued that many players from both Union & Camas could have been debated over and over as 1st team selections as well. I’m glad all schools are represented by every team because so many players on weaker teams do get over looked more often than not.

    In any case, great achievment by those selected this year! Best of luck to Union & Skyview this weekend as well…

    FO

  21. greater saint on November 25th, 2009 11:24 pm

    the whole Penarnada vs grindy thing for rights to bo the true offensive player of the year is just stupid to to argue with… its like kobe or lebron … really you cant compare when they play different positions i believe somebody already made the metaphor apples and oranges… both players are phenomenal and i cant wait to see grindy in action next year

  22. Just Sayin' on November 26th, 2009 12:48 am

    The elevation of Grindy to Peneranda’s level is a slap in the face to what Nate P has accomplished this year. Grindy is a very good QB, but we will probably never see 5 TD’s in 5 touches again down here, or 200 yds rushing & 4 TD’s in a half in a quarterfinal game. Sorry, but your ananlogy is not very well thought out.

  23. Union Dad on November 26th, 2009 7:40 am

    HAPPY THANKSGIVING ALL!
    Most of our Boy’s are fairly healthy, they are still practicing on thanksgiving, alot to be thankful for.
    Go TITANS
    The Miller’s

  24. Houston Spoiler on November 26th, 2009 9:05 am

    Your issue with Peneranda and Grindy is no different then what has happened at times in the Seattle area. The coaches made them Co-MVP because only one QB is allowed and making Grindy a CO-MVP or MVP does not take a spot on the team, rather it is in addition to the team. That allowed your coach Piland to have Weller be first team QB.

  25. greater saint on November 26th, 2009 9:17 am

    ok we will never see 81 points by kobe again and guess what he didnt get MVP that year….

  26. greater saint on November 26th, 2009 9:18 am

    mVP is about who helps their team the most… a team that couldnt do as well as they did without that player and all the other teams would benefit from having him thus you get grindy and nate

  27. greater saint on November 26th, 2009 9:19 am

    just remember its about the whole season not just 1 or 2 games

  28. Just Sayin' on November 26th, 2009 9:36 am

    Nate was spectacular the whole season, to imply otherwise is outrageous! I think Houston Spoiler provided some clarity.

  29. Fan of the U on November 26th, 2009 9:38 am

    Happy Thanksgiving everybody. I am thankful to Bryan for running a great website that does a fantastic job showcasing football in SW Washington. I’m also thankful for Union football, Nate P, Brandon W, Mitch S, Zach S, Taylor N, Blake R, T.J. B, Travis C, Tyler K, Jed B, Brandon K, Anthony O, D.J. M, Zack B, and a whole list of healthy Titan players I have watched over the years. Not only are you great football players, but you are good guys who have a great future ahead of you on and off the football field.

  30. SkyviewStormFan on November 26th, 2009 6:08 pm

    Football Observer,
    you cant say Logan Grindy didn’t deserve the co-player of the year. sure paneranada may have had lots of great plays, but logan had just as many good plays. as well as having to lead his team. he all know Union has a lot of good players, but that doesn’t mean they all should have been honored for it.

  31. meanmachine on November 26th, 2009 8:16 pm

    question to all – Is there some place where there are stats for teams in the GSHL? i would love to see Camas’ stats compared to Unions. Stats are the one thing that cannot be argued with in a post like this one.

  32. Just Sayin' on November 26th, 2009 9:17 pm

    Here is all you need to know…Camas did not beat 1 team all year long with a winning record.

  33. meanmachine on November 26th, 2009 9:29 pm

    Woah woah woah, seriously? That was an honest question, and you have to pull out an unnecessary swing at Camas. Get off your high horse Just sayin. Man, you are the reason i hate union sooo much. I hope Bellevue stomps the stink out of you. You have to wonder why not person with an IQ of 10 and higher RESENTS union. good lord.

  34. Just Sayin' on November 26th, 2009 9:38 pm

    There are 2 teams who will be playing for the right to go to the Championship game, honestly…who cares about Camas right now?! You people are so unbelievably narcissistic!

  35. greater saint on November 26th, 2009 10:03 pm

    hey just sayin did you look up that word before you posted lol

  36. Knute on November 26th, 2009 10:06 pm

    Hilarious! Camas just HAS to shoe-horn their way into the conversation, and then throws a fit when they get the patented Mitch Saylor stiff-arm! What stat can be more important the w/l’s? That’s very interesting about them not beating a team with a winning record, I didn’t know that. Plus, Union only typically played half a game, that and their balance on offense was so good…I don’t think stat’s are gonna tell anybody anything

  37. Just Sayin' on November 26th, 2009 10:22 pm

    Listen, I’m not into getting into bodilly fluids contests, I’m more about facts & cutting thru the garbage, so I’m gonna let all you tuff guys slug it out. But no..Greater Saint, I didn’t have to look that word up. All I can tell you is that I DO have an IQ greater than 10, or whatever he said and unfortunately I’ve met my fair share of narcisstic & insecure people and they seem to all share a common zip code.

  38. PopPrep on November 26th, 2009 10:27 pm

    That’s easy to figure out when you are comparing Nate P and Logan Grindy.

    Grindy has his a bunch of good recievers to pass to while Nate P has to share the ball and only play half the game on average. If Nate P didn’t have to share the ball and played the full game he would have over 40 TD’s easy. Believe it.

    Grindy can’t touch that.

  39. 40 on November 26th, 2009 11:18 pm

    c’mon knute. no one from camas was saying anything until some folks on here started saying grindy didn’t deserve it. If it was the other way around and camas folks came on here saying peneranda didn’t deserve it, a TON of you union folks would have came on here and went crazy.

  40. meanmachine on November 26th, 2009 11:41 pm

    40 brings up a valid point. One that is very obvious. I find it confusing how Union takes pride in how many running clocks they have put into effect this season, but then later complains that stats would have been so much higher without it. And I know this theory has many flaws and exceptions, but if they are such a playmaker, and set the running clock into effect, wouldnt their stats have to be high to do so? But whatever.10-3

    SIDE NOTE- Camas will have 10 returning members from the 1st and 2nd teams (5 on the 1st team) while Union has only 3 from the 1st and 2nd teams (2 on the first team)

    This fact could prove to be irrelevant, but maybe it will show some that next year may be different.

    GO BELLEVUE!!

  41. Knute on November 26th, 2009 11:47 pm

    No one is ‘complaining’ about stats! Go away, Camas…no one cares about you right now!!!

    We’ll see you all next year, but for tonight you couldn’t be more irrevelevant…got it?

  42. Knute on November 26th, 2009 11:48 pm

    Not even ONE team with winnng record?! That’s actually kind of sad…BE GONE!

  43. 40 on November 26th, 2009 11:54 pm

    knute, you do realize this article was about the all league team for every team in the 3A gshl, right? And remember it was Union fans complaining about grindy that opened this insignificant can o worms.

  44. SHS fan from EWU on November 27th, 2009 12:00 am

    Lets stick to football, don’t worry about talking about other people’s IQ. I don’t normally play victim’s advocate (nor is anyone asking me to) but if you are going to tell someone they have an IQ of 10 or lower then it would actually call into question your own IQ. With the average for IQ being at 100 and the standard deviation defined as 15 points then the probability of an IQ reported as 10 would be SIGNIFICANTLY less than .000001 And given the population size of Washington that means 0 people. Given that the accused can communicate in the english language then he can not possibly fit incredibly small population of possible exceptions to said statistics. If a decently well informed person wanted to call some one else stupid without looking like a fool then it would be sufficient to say they had an IQ of 85-90, which would be to say that they were less intelligent than 75-85% of the population. You did not, which leads me to believe you are just being a jerk without really thinking at all.

    Long story short, probably best not to publicly call others stupid. Leaves you pretty darn vulnerable.

    As far as this article goes, seems to me these players are all playing great football. I hope to at least continue to see some more good plays from those on the Union team.

    GO GSHL!

  45. Knute on November 27th, 2009 12:01 am

    Read the thread…the only reason Grindy was named Co-MVP was so Weller could get first team. To say that Grindy’s season was as prolific as Nate’s is just disingenious! Take whatever pride you want in this ‘honor’ but the U is a little pre-occupied right now to worry about these petty things. We thank you for your support, and if you choose to pull for Bellevue, we do not accept your apology for your appalling unsportsmanship. For tonight, no one….NO ONE! cares about a team that hasn’t played in nearly a month!

  46. 40 on November 27th, 2009 12:19 am

    for at least tonight knute, you seem to be the last person that should be calling someone out for unsportsmanship.

  47. 40 on November 27th, 2009 12:20 am

    Good luck to your boys tommorow.

  48. norm cresmer jr on November 27th, 2009 12:29 am

    ok meanmachine whatever go bellvue really ya know i don’t know wether to be irritated or amazed at you coment you made today . it doesn’t really how many returning players for camas or union return the fact of the matter is you and camas are sitting home and not playing this weekend. and let’s talk about the camas union game this year these boys poured there hearts out on the field and in the end with an incredible lead they still couldn’t stop union all the players in this league deserve what they recieve and all deserve to go to the next level. so in closing this lets just wish luck to union and skyview as they go forward in representing southwest washington in state playoffs and worry about next season next season!!!!.

  49. meanmachine on November 27th, 2009 1:31 am

    hahaha, wow, i didnt know the whole 10 iq thing would really stir up as much as everyone is making it out to be! unbelievably, i have a brain, and i know that people dont actually have IQs of 10, it was for emphasis. so SHS fan, i didnt need a book about it, and seeing you are attending Eastern, i would hope you could spot some sarcasm when it was presented.

    ive never really understood why you would want to root for teams in your division from your area. Im 100% rooting for skyview, but also 100% bellevue. is most people’s thought process that if Union does better in the state tournament, it will make other 3A GSHL teams look better? it really doesnt. Do you think higher of Fort as a football team just because Union is doing well in state? no. doesnt make sense.

  50. Union Dad on November 27th, 2009 7:23 am

    Let mean talk all he wants, Camas is all about next year, they always have been, today and this year belongs to Union and Skyview. Good luck tonight and tomorrow, most of Clark county and the state wants Union to dethrone Bellevue (check out the king county blogs).
    Mean, having teams do well on a state level only adds credibility to your geographical area, in this case, Clark county. You would think most people would want to add credibility to their league. Having two teams from the GSHL adds huge credibility to the area, you would think you would want that for your program, maybe not. The day that Camas makes a deep run and Union falls off a bit (not anytime soon already reloaded for next year) we will be there in force, because having a team that your team played well, well, it just shows how good your program was that year.
    Go Titans
    Go Storm
    MM

  51. Union Dad on November 27th, 2009 7:26 am

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    MAKE SOME NOISE PEAPLE!!!
    MM

  52. Fan of the U on November 27th, 2009 8:48 am

    Go Titans and Go Storm- it IS about the GSHL right now, and it IS about gaining respect for SW Washington football right now. Unfortunately, it isn’t that surprising to me so see a few Camas fans in here whining and trying to take their shots at Union. Most Camas fans are great- but the bitter and jealous ones can’t seem to let Union enjoy this special time. Who cares about next year right now? It is still this year for Union. Grow up or go away until the season is over.

    p.s. Grindy is a very good quarterback, but is not the game changer that Nate P is. Not even close. The fact that Union ran the clock and that Nate P only played in half of the majority of games is relevant, especially if bringing stats into the debate. At the end of the day, it doesn’t really matter. I know Nate P is just happy to be healthy and to be part of another great season. GO TITANS!!

  53. norm cresmer jr on November 27th, 2009 10:54 am

    ya know mean if fort or camas or who ever were in state right now we would all be happy that they are there and they too would be representing sw washington you root for bellvue don’t know why but that is you so if you go up to the game tonight sit on the other side because the people who are supporting our boys up there will have no room for you

  54. SW Washington Fan on November 27th, 2009 1:15 pm

    Geez everyone..take a chill pill with all the animosity about who is deserving and who is better. Forums like these make me laugh because they bring out the worst in people.

    The reality is…who cares about all the debate??? ALL of these kids are deserving of the recgonition they get. Period. End of story. We should just congratulate all of these young men for having performing enough to have been recognized.

    To debate about who is better or who got left off is just wasted dribble.

    I am a Titan fan….BEAT Bellevue!!!!

    Go Skyview Storm!!!

    CONGRATS again to all players who were recognized for their individual achievments…..

  55. meanmachine on November 27th, 2009 2:27 pm

    i came on here to ask a simple question of where i could find stats around the league, and i was bashed. ive said my peace.

  56. greater saint on November 27th, 2009 10:26 pm

    hey knute so because somebody poster saying grindy got MVP so weller could be first team that automatically makes it true?? cmon you have got to be kidding me… if you notice it says their chosen by the coaches from around the league and when they vote i dont think there thinking about making room so weller could be on first team… weller is good not as good as grindy but he is still an amazing athlete ans to be honored on 1st or 2nd team im sure is enough fro him because a true athlete would give up their personal success for the team to be successful

  57. greater saint on November 27th, 2009 10:36 pm

    sorry to union for there loss to bellvue but it sounds like union fought hard and just had some bad luck next year is the year though for GSHL union and camas will most likely represent along with skyview

  58. ha! on November 27th, 2009 11:14 pm

    really? this turned from honoring players from all around washington to a debate between union and camas?!
    grow up people!!!!
    No players from camas or union deserve to be on here if the fans are going to act like this. Give honor to your teammates, friend, or fellow school members and get off! it’s as simple as that!!!
    why don’t we turn every blog into an argument between union and camas?
    really?
    and to have parents participate…..wow, union/camas….that’s really bad….

  59. 40 on November 27th, 2009 11:22 pm

    ha!, you really think players should be excluded because of idiot fans. How exactly is it a players fault what a bunch of has beens and never weres say on a message board?

  60. ha! on November 27th, 2009 11:29 pm

    because the fans represent the school. If you can’t even act in a good manner, why should anyone from your school be recognized?
    It’s like the whole football team…if even ONE makes and a** out of himself on the field, he makes the whole team look bad. Well it’s the same with fans.
    Let’s not make this into another argument….i think there are enough of those. i have my opinion and you have yours we aren’t going to change each other’s minds soooo what’s the point?

  61. spiralman on December 3rd, 2009 9:04 pm

    Weller & Grindy are both good athletes. Weller led his team to a league championship and deep in the playoffs. An average QB could put up great stats in the Camas offensive system. Just look at the stats from Camas’s playoff game last year…

  62. papermakerpride on December 6th, 2009 11:03 pm

    seems to be plenty of camas haters. i really dont mind union until we play them. often times union people say “oh camas isnt playing anymore so no one should care about them” uh well now that the season is over for everybody, im just wondering how good will union be without the god of a runningback that nate p is made out to be by several comments above. grindy’s a stud and spiralman, there is no need to underplay grindy and say an average QB would do well in camas’ system. its like saying an average RB would do well in unions offensive system. and saying it is a disgrace to put nate p on the same level as grindy is a little too far. just because camas splits the spoils with union doesnt take away from either player, and there is no need to say that it does. cmon people. quit crying about grindy being co MVP with nate p, its merely a list of very good football players. anyhow it basketball season kids!

    go camas
    go union (usually)
    go gshl
    go beavers (las vegas bowl gosh dang it)

  63. dude on March 21st, 2010 12:11 pm

    hey brian is there supposed to be 6 1st team Offensive Lineman?

  64. Bryan Levesque on March 21st, 2010 11:11 pm

    well @dude, should their be 6 on a team, i bet a lot of OC’s out there would LOVE that… But 1) this is the Coaches team, not mine, and 2) they have 30 guys on O & D, so…. All that said, i have no idea why there are 6 guys on the team. I only have 5 on my All Level All-Star Team http://gshlfootball.com/2009-gshlfootball-com-all-level-all-stars

  65. dude on March 23rd, 2010 10:09 am

    thanks brian, I know that this is a coaches list, just askin if u had any knowlege of why (seems kinda silly to have 15 1st team guys). thanks though.

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