NB: New Brunswick football high school all stars named

When I asked André Goguen if he thought he would be named offensive lineman of the year as a grade 11 student , he simply smiled and said ” It never crossed my mind , i simply play the game i love “.
Andre Goguen was one of many New Brunswick high school football players named all stars earlier this month , the grade 11 student at Ecole L’Odyssée has been in the 10 man league since he started high school in grade 9. Since then, André has become a great player on and off the field , being named one of the Olympiens’ captains for the season. He was named offensive lineman of the year in the 10 man division earlier this month.
“I owe alot to the guys that play beside me , we have a great Offensive line and everytime we step on the field, we work together, I also owe alot to my coaches, they thought me alot on and off the field” said André when i asked him how he felt being one of the leaders of his football team.
Here is how the All star teams shape up for the 12 and 10 man division’s looked for the 2011 season.

12 MAN

The player of the year was Micheal Bohan,Tantramar, Dave Boulay of Harrison Trimble was named the Offensive Player of the year and Al Snowden of Tantramar was the Defensive Player of the year. Robbie Baxter of Macnaughtan was named Offensive Lineman of the year and also brought home the Bill Glenndinning Award. The Defensive Lineman of the year went to Brent Powers of Moncton High. Tantramar high school’s coaching staff was this year’s best and Bill Allanach brought home the League service award. Here is the Eastern Conference high school All-Stars

Spencer Estabrooks OL Tantramar Jake Walford DL Moncton
Tory Hicks OL Tantramar Brett Powers DL Moncton
Robbie Baxter OL MacNaughton Jesse Morice DL Tantramar
Colin Doolie OL Moncton Erik Richard DL MacNaughton
Darian Miroosnikov OL Riverview Al Snowden LB Tantramar
Taylor Arsenault OL Harrison Trimble Danny Phinney LB Tantramar
Jordan Dickinson RB Moncton Kyle Horsman LB MacNaughton
Brett Robart RB Harrison Trimble Colin Docherty LB Moncton
Jesse Hazel Rec Moncton Danny Guest LB Riverview
Dave Boulay Rec Harrison Trimble Matt Wright LB Harrison Trimble
Zachary Thorne Rec MacNaughton Jeff LeBlanc DB Tantramar
Joey Butland Rec Riverview Connor Walton DB Tantramar
Michael Bohan QB Tantramar Dave Adams DB MacNaughton
Kyle McConnell QB MacNaughton Casey Glenen DB Riverview
Didier Lubilangi Spec. Tms. Harrison Trimble Brad Toogood DB Moncton
Kleighton Killam DB Harrison Trimble
Takoda Sullivan Spec. Tm. MacNaughton
Western Conference
The Player of the year in the Western conference was Fredericton high school’s Reid Johnson. Alex Dee from Leo Hayes won the Offensive Player of the year, while his teammate Isaac Pickell brought home the Defensive award. Colin Girouard of Fredericton won the top Offensive Lineman of the year and Oromocto’s Brenden Sangster won top Defensive Lineman. The Leo hayes Lions Coaches were named the leagues best coaches. Here is the full all star roster.
Colin Girouard #50 OL Fredericton Mike Mignault #59 DL Fredericton
Jacob Hanscom OL Leo Hayes Colby Thomas DL Leo Hayes
Jonaton Atherton OL Saint John Brenden Sangster DL Oromocto
Daniel Brochu OL Oromocto Frank Sutton DL Saint John
Kyle Douthwright OL Oromocto Jesse Gauvreau LB Oromocto
Ryan Cain RB Leo Hayes Caleb Morgan LB Saint John
Jason Doucette RB Saint John Isaac Pickell LB Leo Hayes
Fred Hammond RB Saint John Reid Johnson LB Fredericton
Ryan McCashion RB Oromocto Dylan Cole DB Leo Hayes
Weston Durling Rec Oromocto Patrick Cameron DB Fredericton
Jason Hearn Rec Leo Hayes Luke Fulton DB Saint John
Mike Whitcomb Rec Saint John Jason Simmons DB Oromocto
Tom McGinn Rec Fredericton Will Gange Ret Fredericton
Alex Dee QB Leo Hayes Dylan Whenham Ret Leo Hayes
Kyle Arsenault QB Fredericton
Jeff Harding K Leo Hayes
10 MAN
The Player of the year in New Brunswick’s 10 man division was Quentin Chown from Kennebecasis Valley. Colin Landers, also from the Crusaders won the Defensive Player of the year. Devin Elsemore of St Stephen won the top Offensive Player honours. L’Odyssée Olympiens’ Andre Goguen was the top Offensive Lineman and Jacob Tanner of St. Stephen won both Defensive Lineman of the year and the Bill Glendinning award. Coaching Staff of the year went to L’odyssée and the New Brunswick fair play award also. Here are the 10 man all stars.
Bradley McShane OL Kennebecasis Valley Brad Daigle DL St. Stephen
Neil Titus OL Kennebecasis Valley Jacob Tanner DL St. Stephen
Zach Davidson OL St. Stephen Michel Gallant DL Mathieu-Martin
Andre Goguen OL L’Odyssee Colin Landers LB Kennebecasis Valley
Alexandre Doyle OL L’Odyssee Tyler Curnew LB Kennebecasis Valley
Luke Boudreau OL Hampton Asa Mason LB St. Stephen
Kyle Wilson OL Rothesay Gage Ross LB St. Stephen
Quentin Chown RB Kennebecasis Valley Alex Simon LB St. Malachy’s
Swade Ross RB St. Stephen Brandon Comeau LB Rothesay
Nick Gillispie RB Simonds Dustin Arsenault LB Hampton
Phil Long RB Mathieu-Martin Jonathan Anderson LB Sussex
John Wakasaka RB L’Odyssee Chad White LB Sussex
Dan Brown RB Hampton Connor Duffley LB Harbour View
Joma Dix RB St. Malachy’s Jean Francois Richard LB Mathieu-Martin
Zach Chambers Rec Kennebecasis Valley Brendan Steeves DB L’Odyssee
Aaron Barker Rec Simonds Sean Boucher DB Mathieu-Martin
Devan Kelly Rec Rothesay Cody Munford DB Kennebecasis Valley
Andrew Dornan Rec St. Malachy’s Cody Reid DB St. Malachy’s
Nick Beale Rec Harbour View Mathieu Diamond DB L’Odyssee
Ryan Foster QB Kennebecasis Valley Alec Noel DB L’Odyssee
Devin Elsemore QB St. Stephen Alec Phinney DB St. Malachy’s
Daniel Hutchinson QB Harbour View Josh Dupuis DB St. Stephen
Daniel Comfort QB Mathieu-Martin
Jacob Dunnet K Kennebecasis Valley
Alex Theriault K Mathieu-Martin

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