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All-Long Island football second team

Freeport quarterback Isaiah Barnes in an undated file

Freeport quarterback Isaiah Barnes in an undated file photo. Credit: Christopher Pasatieri, file

QB - Charlie Raffa, St. Anthony's 5-11, 190, Sr.

Threw for 255 yards and four TDs in CHSFL title game. Ran triple-option brilliantly.

QB - Stephen Skon, Lindenhurst, 6-2, 210, Sr.

Repeater on All-Long Island second team. Strong-armed QB threw for 17 touchdowns.

QB - Isaiah Barnes, Freeport, 6-2, 170, Jr.

Capped a breakout season with seven touchdowns (six rushing, one passing) in the Long Island Championship Game.

QB - Paul Magloire, Lynbrook, 6-1, 190, Sr.

Amassed 21 touchdowns (16 rushing, five passing) and 10 two-point conversions (eight rushing, two passing) for the Class III champs.

QB - Sal Tuttle, Farmingdale, 6-1, 175, Sr.

Threw 14 touchdown passes and rushed for another six scores. He'll play lacrosse at Hofstra.

RB - Derelle Hunter, St. John the Baptist, 5-9, 190, Sr.

Rushed for astounding 2,294 yards - fifth-best in Suffolk history - and 25 touchdowns.

RB - Justin Buckley, Seaford, 5-7, 175, Sr.

Rushed for over 1,300 yards with 15 touchdowns despite missing nearly two full games with an ankle injury.

RB - Donte Colter, Roosevelt, 5-11, 190, Sr.

Scored a county-high 27 rushing touchdowns and threw for three more in a Nassau final loss to Seaford.

RB - Travis Lock, , 5-11, 175, Sr.Lynbrook

The top rusher for the Class III champions racked up 1,968 yards and 17 touchdowns on 192 carries (10.04 average).

WR - Steve Loudon, Babylon, 6-2, 210, Sr.

Caught team-high four TD passes in run-heavy offense. Also top-notch defensive back.

WR - Brian Kensil, St. Anthony's, 6-5, 195, Sr.

Caught three touchdown passes in Friars' victory over Iona Prep for CHSFL title.

L - Omare Palmer, Longwood, 6-3, 295, Jr.

The Lions' potent running attack followed his lead blocks all season.

L - Golden Ukonu, North Babylon, 6-4, 360, Sr.

The Bulldogs love to run, especially behind this guy, who returns to the second team.

L - Joe DeLuca, Sayville, 6-2, 250, Sr.

Last of the talented DeLuca brothers. Versatile two-way star even played some tight end.

L - Cephas Knighton-Ward, , 6-0, 275, Sr.Freeport

One of the people movers for the top scoring team in Long Island football history (511 points).

L - Greg Kolodinsky, Seaford, 6-3, 255, Sr.

In addition to paving the way for Buckley, he was also a force on special teams.

K - Ryan Norton, Garden City, 5-10, 160, Jr.
Made 45-of-48 extra points, including 38 in a row, and 7-of-8 field goals (with a long of 40) for the Nassau Conference II champs.
LB — Kevin Wahl, Farmingdale, 5-10, 185, Sr.
A ballhawk on defense, but made even more noise on offense with 26 touchdowns (22 rushing, four receiving).

LB — Evan Kappatos, Syosset, 6-1, 235, Jr.
Became the first back-to-back Piner Award winner (Nassau's best LB) since Freeport's Clifton Smith in 1997-98.

LB — Rob Zorn, Carey, 5-10, 175, Jr.
Played sideline-to-sideline on defense and was one of a number of bruising backs out of the Seahawks' backfield.

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