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All-Long Island football second team

The All-Long Island football team boasted some serious firepower, and we couldn't fit all of the area's great players on one team. So we addressed that issue with our All-Long Island second team. Here's a look at the top 26 players who made our second team. Four were integral pieces to a championship march, six rushed for more than 1,100 yards and three passed for more than 1,400.



QB - Tom DeNapoli, Lynbrook, 6-1, 185, Sr.:

He accounted for 27 total touchdowns, 14 in three games against Lawrence, Hewlett and Plainedge.

QB - Alex Corporan, Brentwood, 5-10, 190, Sr.:

Gutsy, big-play passer. Was 30-for-44 for 359 yards in 42-41 regular-season loss to Sachem North.

QB - Steve Skon, Lindenhurst, 6-2, 190, Jr.:

Big-time arm. Completed 15 of 17 passes for 203 yards and three TDs in playoff win over Connetquot.

RB - Dan Russo, Northport, 5-11, 225, Sr.:

Rushed for 1,276 yards and 14 touchdowns for one of Long Island's most dynamic backfields.

RB - Ken Barnett, Lawrence, 6-0, 190, Sr.:

Scored 28 touchdowns, tying former NFLer Amos Zeroue for second on the single-season county list.

RB - Zack Losco, Hauppauge, 5-9, 165, Sr.:

Fast and versatile. A game-breaking 1,600-yard halfback, who will play lacrosse at Penn.

WR - Damarr Aultman, Hills West, 5-9, 175, Sr.:

Electrifying wide receiver, favorite target of co-Hansen winner JeVahn Cruz. Had three TD catches in LIC and 16 total.

WR - Gene Garay, Oceanside, 5-8, 170, Jr:

The top receiver in one of Long Island's top passing offenses, finished with 35 catches for 492 yards and 11 touchdowns.

WR - Chris Jean Pierre, Brentwood, 6-9, 185, Sr.:

Had 15 touchdown catches and earned the National Football Foundation receiver of the year award.

OL - Golden Ukonu, North Babylon, 6-3, 365, Jr.:

In the ground-and-pound Bulldogs' offense, this was the guy they ran behind.

OL - Joe Kirchner, Sachem North, 6-0, 210, Sr.:

Solid two-way player. Lead blocker for All-Long Island halfback Davon Lawrence.

OL - Kevin McHale, Connetquot, 5-10, 250, Sr.:

Center anchored experienced offensive line that produced a big season for junior back Mike Pellegrino.

OL - Mark Mazur, North Babylon, 6-3, 250, Sr.:

Center who paved way as Bulldogs rolled over opponents on the way to Suffolk Division II crown.


DL - Mike Lisi, Carey, 6-2, 275, Sr.:

Plugged the run with 45 solo tackles, three sacks and seven tackles for a loss. Also a devastating run blocker.

DL - Dan Belfiore, Glen Cove, 6-1, 247, Sr.:

Glen Cove's most dangerous pass rusher, with seven sacks and nine tackles for a loss for the Big Red.

DL - Corey Bateman, Freeport, 6-2, 210, Sr.:

Extremely tough to block and a leader of the Red Devils' defense on the way to winning the Class I title.

DL - Rob Burke, Wantagh, 6-3, 260, Sr.:

A team captain and leader, who keyed a Wantagh defense that held 9 of 11 opponents to 14 points or fewer.

LB - Eric Schmitt, East Islip, 5-8, 200, Sr.:

Tackling machine for one of Suffolk's stingiest defenses, as Redmen allowed 8 points per game.

LB - Ryan Crawley, North Babylon, 5-11, 205, Sr.:

A bruiser at linebacker and fullback for 11-1 Bulldogs. Gained more than 1,100 yards.

LB - Andrew Hodge, Hills West, 5-10, 190, Sr.:

Blend of speed and power. Impact in middle of defense was immeasurable on way to Class II title.

LB - Jawara Dudley, Roosevelt, 6-2, 205, Sr.:

Made 85 tackles to lead a Rough Riders defense that allowed 10.2 points per game.

LB - Kevin Lacey, Floyd, 6-1, 205, Sr.:

Three-year starter with more than 120 tackles as a senior. Hard hitter with lateral speed in coverage.

DB - Zenel Hudson, Bay Shore, 6-0, 185, Sr.:

Ball-hawking ability, earned him the Tom Cassese defensive back award with a school-record eight INTs.

DB - Nick Stover, Sayville, 6-0, 170, Sr.:

Fleet DB with receiver's hands. Finished as one of the most prolific receivers in Suffolk history.

DB - Will Crapo, Plainedge, 6-2, 200, Sr.:

Made an impact at free safety, quarterback (15 TDs, 1,455 passing yards) and in the classroom as a Golden 11 Scholar Athlete.

K - Jesse Signa, St. Anthony's, 5-9, 160, Sr.:

Big leg, fabulous future. Kickoffs routinely sail out of end zone. Beat Holy Cross, 30-28, with 35-yard field goal as time expired.

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