Woodland’s Trevor Hurn And Mark Morris’s Jake McCoy Top The 2009 Greater St. Helens League 2A Coaches Football All-League Teams

Written by Bryan Levesque on November 21, 2009

Mark Morris Sr. DL Jake McCoy (#54) is the 2009 GSHL 2A Defensive player of the Year. Woodland Sr. QB Trevor Hurn (#9) is the 2009 GSHL 2A Offensive player of the year.

Mark Morris Sr. DL Jake McCoy (#54) is the 2009 GSHL 2A Defensive player of the Year. Woodland Sr. QB Trevor Hurn (#9) is the 2009 GSHL 2A Offensive player of the year.

The votes are in, and the coaches have spoken. The 2009 2A GSHL season saw R.A. Long and Mark Morris lead the way all season until their final clash in the Civil War. The Monarchs edged out the Lumberjacks in that game, and also edged out the Jacks in all-league representatives. Both schools landed 9 players on the first team. DL Jake McCoy of Mark Morris was voted the Defensive Player of the Year. The Monarch had 8 players on the second team for a total of 17, while the Jacks got 5 more for a total of 14 all-league players. Woodland came in a close third with 11 overall players on the team. The Beavers had 7 first team selections, including QB Trevor Hurn who was voted the Offensive Player of the Year. Hockinson, Washougal and Ridgefield all had players on both first and second teams. Mark Morris coach Shawn Perkins was voted coach of the year. His Monarchs finished 10-2 on the season and made the WIAA 2A Quarterfinals. After a 1 point loss in week one, Mark Morris ran off 10 wins in a row, by an average of  30 points per game.

Mark Morris Senior LB Jake McCoy was voted Defensive Player of the Year while Offensive Player of the Year was given to Woodland Senior QB Trevor Hurn.

First Team Defense
Jake Welch DL, Sr. Mark Morris
Jake Elliott DL, Jr. Woodland
Jacob Berry DL, Sr. Hockinson
Eric Hines DL, Sr. Washougal
Jerry Graham LB, Jr. R.A. Long
Hayden Kytola LB, Jr. Hockinson
Ivo Wallace LB Sr. Washougal
Dan Feeney LB Jr, Mark Morris
Josh Larson DB, Sr. Mark Morris
Travis Kinder DB, Sr. Mark Morris
J Nusbaum DB, Sr. R.A. Long
Tanner Chamberlain DB Jr. R.A. Long
J Nusbaum PR, Sr. R.A. Long
Dylan Hopkins P, Sr. R.A. Long
Shane Brady P, Sr. Woodland
First Team Offense
Kersey Krieger OL, Sr. R.A. Long
Evan Koering OL, Sr. Woodland
Alex Keller OL, Sr. Hockinson
James Oman OL, Jr. Ridgefield
Taylor Beck OL, Sr. Mark Morris
Jake Cotterell OL, Sr. Mark Morris
Shane Brady WR, Sr. Woodland
Nick Fuller WR, Sop. Woodland
Gavin Johnson WR, Sr. R.A. Long
Aaron Hanson RB, Sr. Hockinson
Jeremy Wolf RB, Jr. Mark Morris
Braydon Poole RB, Sr. Mark Morris
William Yordy QB, Sr. R.A. Long
Elijah Denis TE, Sr. Woodland
Kaleb Carr K, Sr. R.A. Long
Second Team Defense
DL Julio Barrera Jr. R.A. Long, DL Tra Givens Jr. Woodland, DL Cameron Fleming Jr. Hockinson, LB Dylan Hopkins Sr. R.A. Long, LB David Lubinski Jr. Woodland, LB Ben O’Hara Sr. Washougal, LB Torey Dunn Sop. Hockinson, DB Willie Davis Jr. Woodland, DB Dalton Thacker Jr. Mark Morris, DB Austin Wegdahl Jr. R.A. Long, PR Jeremy Wolf Jr. Mark Morris

Second Team Offense
OL Patrick Wille Sr. R.A. Long, OL Zac Williams Sr. R.A. Long, OL Pat Warner Sr. Woodland, OL Stephen Cabrales Sr. Mark Morris, Alex Shuttleworth Sr. Mark Morris, WR Jeff Corona Sr. Washougal, WR Nick Gubser Sr. Washougal, RB Dylan Young Jr. Ridgefield, RB Nate Wilson Sr. Mark Morris, RB Colt Carpenter Sr. Mark Morris, QB Scotty Kirkpatrick Sr. Mark Morris, TE Cody Molner Sr. Mark Morris

Honorable Mention
DL Michael Oman Sr. Ridgefield, DL Tyler Mustafa Sr. Washougal, DB Cole Clark Sr. Woodland, DB Austin Ripp Sr. Woodland, DB Iulica Kinonen Sr. Ridgefield, DB John Corona Sr. Washougal, OL Adam Syverson Sr. Hockinson, WR Sean Atkins Sr. Mark Morris, RB P.J. Owenby Jr. Hockinson, RB Joe Zadrozny Sr. Ridgefield, RB Jordan Kilgore Sr. R.A. Long, TE Danny Irby Sr. R.A. Long

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10 Responses to “Woodland’s Trevor Hurn And Mark Morris’s Jake McCoy Top The 2009 Greater St. Helens League 2A Coaches Football All-League Teams”

  1. hellatrickplays on November 23rd, 2009 10:01 am

    What happened mm fans i thought welch was supposed to be player of the year and first team all state

  2. Armchair QB on November 23rd, 2009 10:46 am

    “GHSL” = “Greatest High Schools League” ;-)

  3. Bryan Levesque on November 23rd, 2009 10:55 am

    oops. you think of all things I would get that right… ha ah I fixed it thought, so now no one knows what you are talking about… :-)

  4. Armchair QB on November 23rd, 2009 11:26 am

    Sometimes I don’t even know what I’m talking about! :-) But I do know that GSHL is having a great run this fall. Congrats to McCoy & Hurn. Well-deserved KUDOs from the toughest critics: opposing coaches.

  5. HollarBack on November 24th, 2009 12:30 pm

    Welch happens to be one of the most impressive young men I have met. Not only does he have skills and committment on the field, he is a scholar in the classroom and respects his community.

  6. MM Power on November 24th, 2009 10:07 pm

    and he doesn’t talk crap to his opposers. oh and Jake McCoy is a beast

  7. iheart sausage7 on November 25th, 2009 10:20 am

    wolf should have been mvp hurn never played well in the big game wolf was there every game…and welch is going to air force a d1 school nobody else in are league could even walk on to school there hes obviously the best player but he won it last year might as well spread the wealth

  8. Jack supporter on November 27th, 2009 8:08 am

    Hurn got offensive MVP because of the stats he put up and because none of the other teams in our league were a one-man-show like Woodland. Defensively, J Nusbaum put up some impressive numbers as well with 6 INT and A LOT of tackles from the cornerback position, as well as 4 blocked kicks (which officially count toward special teams, not defense, I know). I’m sure McCoy wasn’t a runaway choice.

  9. blockthatkick on November 28th, 2009 11:00 am

    Lets face it-the trenchmen never get the glory they deserve. It is rather amazing what a name Welch has made for himself-nothing has been given to him and he earned his way. How many freshmen walk on to a varsity team and play like he did. I recall that very first game in 05 against Kelso. The big guy didn’t play the first quarter; would it have been right to have a snotty 14 year old take away a seniors position? You bet!!! That was the first and last 12 minutes of his high school career he watched from the sidelines. Good things come to good people-D1 school baby! McCoy is a gem and his team stands behind him-Wolfe, Carpenter, Beck and the the rest of MM should be teaching the class on friendship, sportsmanship and deidication. Not sure MMf ootball will be the same without them……………….D1 school baaaaaaby!!!

  10. mmfan232 on December 1st, 2009 2:01 pm

    zach tackwelll was aa dominant defensive force from the back side defensive end position clearly should have been runnaway with the defesive mvp

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