Muskie Football Gains Several All-Conference Honors
Athletics - posted on 11/18/2004
Two Lakeland College football players and head coach Jim Zebrowski earned top honors, highlighting a long list of Muskies who earned recognition on the Illini-Badger Football Conference all-IBC team.
The team was selected Wednesday by the league's coaches.
Senior Sam Scharinger was named the league's Outstanding Linebacker, and first team linebacker. Scharinger led Lakeland with 113 tackles, 23.5 tackles for a loss of 111 yards. Scharinger also tallied 10 sacks for 60 yards and forced four fumbles.
Junior quarterback Ryan Maiuri was named the league's Outstanding Offensive Back, and first team quarterback. Maiuri finished as the second leading rusher for the Muskies, gaining 776 yards on the ground on 124 attempts, a 6.3 yard average, also adding six touchdowns. Through the air, Maiuri had a 123.4 efficiency rating, completing 102 of 210 passes. He threw for 15 touchdowns and eight interceptions.
Zebrowski shared Coach of the Year honors with Aurora coach Jim Scott and Concordia, Wis., coach Jeff Gabrielsen. The three teams also shared the IBC title this season.
Earning first team all-IBC honors for Lakeland were:
Bryon Vandlen, junior, offensive line; Jed Manders, senior, defensive back; Jacob Vigliante, senior, defensive back; Nick Zeck and David Benton, both juniors, defensive line.
Earning second team all-IBC honors for Lakeland were:
Andy Argall, junior, and Ryan Holm, sophomore, offensive line; Ryan Van De Loo, junior, linebacker; Aaron Barrie, sophomore, running back; Marcus Denham, sophomore, special teams.
Earning honorable mention honors for Lakeland were:
Travis Gervais, senior, running back; Brian Eder, junior, offensive line; Donnie Harris, freshman, linebacker.
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