Daniels leads VOL football awards

December 16, 2009 

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Sierra High School's Jarrod Daniels runs for a big gain in the second to last play of the game, as he sealed the victory against Benicia, in playoff football between Sierra High School and Benicia High School at Sierra, in Manteca, on Friday, November 27, 2009. Sierra won the game 40-39. (DARRYL BUSH/dbush@modbee.com)

Sierra running back Jarrod Daniels has been named the Valley Oak League MVP, following a vote of the coaches, after leading the Timberwolves to a co-title.

Sierra receiver-kicker Anthony Hall and Manteca running back Marquis Miller were the Offensive Players of the Year, and Sonora lineman Nate Gray was the Defensive Player of the Year.

Co-champion Oakdale had 12 players on the first team, including running backs Devin Brooks and Tim House, and defensive backs Nate Madsen and Daniel Gazdik.

2009 All-Valley Oak League Team

Most Valuable Player — Jarrod Daniels (Sierra) Co-Outstanding Offensive Players — Marquis Miller (Manteca), Anthony Hall (Sierra); Outstanding Defensive Player — Nate Gray (Sonora); Coaches of the Year — Jeff Harbison (Sierra), Brian Craig (Sonora)

Offensive Team — OL Jeff Collins (Manteca), OL Monty Monlux (Oakdale), OL Tim Barnard (Oakdale), OL Alex Trujillo (Sierra), OL Nate Gray (Sonora), C Joey Machado (Oakdale), QB Jonathon Davis (Sierra), TE A.C. Brown (Oakdale), WR Reggie Bell (Manteca), WR Greg Mathews (Central Valley), RB Devin Brooks (Oakdale), RB Tim House (Oakdale), RB Dan Link (Sonora), K Brad Hatfield (Manteca), Util. Vince Lopez Vince (Central Valley)

Defensive Team — DL Richie Lopez (Manteca), DL Xavier Ibarra (Oakdale), DL Luke Syluberget (Oakdale), DL Dan West (Sonora), ILB Adam DeCosta (Manteca), ILB Charlie Gilstrap (Oakdale), ILB T.J. Sataua (Sierra), OLB Marcos Velasco (Oakdale), OLB John Perez (Sierra), OLB Ricky McColloch (Sonora), DB Nate Madsen (Oakdale), DB, Daniel Gazdik (Oakdale), DB Anthony Hall (Sierra), DB Daniel Molieri (Sonora), P Kyle Cerny (Ceres)

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