Bishop Amat High School running back Eric Bieniemy, who scored 30 touchdowns last fall, was named the most valuable player in the Angelus League. Bieniemy has announced that he will attend the University of Colorado next season.
Servite wide receiver Nick-John Haiduc was named the league's most valuable offensive player. Haiduc averaged 22.5 yards per reception. League champion Bishop Amat and Servite had eight players selected to the first team.
The coaches' teams:
Receivers David Blakes B. Montgomery Jim O'Brien Mater Dei Jason Pantages St. Paul Scott Ragano Bishop Amat Linemen Troy Auzening Bishop Amat Mike Cordes Servite Richard Garrick Bishop Amat Ken Szalonek Bishop Amat Backs Derek Brown Servite Mondo Costello St. Paul Niu Sale B. Montgomery Jeff Willis St. Paul Kicker Pat Blottiaux Servite DEFENSE Linemen Pat Benschope Bishop Amat Gary Giese Servite Mike Haynes Mater Dei Tom Martinez Bishop Amat Matt Willig St. Paul Linebackers Sean Alcantara Bishop Amat Roman Aldecoa St. Paul Mike Petko Servite Mike Pueliu B. Mongomery Brett Valmassei Servite Backs Mike Hirou Servite Doug Martinson St. Paul Stephon Pace Bishop Amat John Pla St. Paul
SECOND TEAM OFFENSE: Recievers: Kurt Bohney (Bishop Montgomery), Pat Boultinghouse, Servite; Tony Rocco (Mater Dei); Matt Spence, Mater Dei; Derek Zdarstek, Bishop Amat. Linemen: Marc Aguirre, St. Paul; Craig Bowens, St. Bernard; Philip Jacobsen, Servite; Chris Manriquez, Mater Dei; James Sams, St. Paul. Backs: Mike Curtius, Mater Dei; Brett Hayes, St. Bernard; Jason Messersmith, Servite; Mazio Royster, Bishop Amat.