Football: Three from Millennium make CCAA football first team
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The latest group of all-league football selections includes three Central California Athletic Alliance first-team players from Millennium High.

Junior linebacker Carlos Martinez made the all-CCAA first team for the second year in a row. He led the Falcon defense with 128 tackles during the 10-game season.

Senior Korey Dubose, who logged 49 tackles in his fourth year as a Falcon varsity player, was selected as a first-team defensive lineman. He was also named to the CCAA first team in 2012.

Also on the CCAA first team is senior lineman Israel Vargas, who was part of an offensive line that led the team to an average of 188 rushing yards and 74 passing yards per game.

Millennium (5-5, 2-3 CCAA)

Israel Vargas, senior, first-team offensive line

Korey Dubose, senior, first-team defensive line

Carlos Martinez, junior, first-team linebacker

Mojo Atwal, senior, second-team quarterback

Kirk Truehill, junior, second-team runningback

Giacomo Oliveri, senior, second-team wide receiver, second-team linebacker

Chase Barding, junior, second-team offensive line

R.J. McKee, senior, second-team defensive back

Malik Charles, junior, second-team defensive back

Izaiah Williams, junior, honorable mention running back-defensive back

Contact Bob Brownne at 830-4227 or brownne@tracypress.com.

 

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