Trevor Pfaff (No. 2), Quarterback/Offensive Line/Linebacker, 5 foot 10, 190 pounds. One of our most versatile players this season. Can play all over the field, and seems to always bring his best out on game nights. Has a real passion for the game. One of the team captains.
Trey Williams (3), Running Back/Safety, 5 foot 8, 170 pounds. Developed into one the main running backs this season. Good vision and quick acceleration. Become a more physical runner as the season progressed, and possessed great ball security.
Brian Brassfield (4), Wide Receiver/Safety, 5 foot 8, 175 pounds. Very dedicated in the off-season, and the hard work paid off as he been able to be very physical as a WR this year. Set a single-game school record with 193 receiving against Wasilla. One of the team captains.
Aquino Brinson (6), Wide Receiver/Defensive Back, 5 foot 8, 155 pounds. Showed the most improvement during the off-season, and became a two-way starter. Very physical for his size, and created lots of big plays on both sides of the ball.
Phillip Fenumiai (8), Quarterback/Safety, 6 foot 2, 205 pounds. Will be remembered as one of the most complete players in Crimson Bear history. Incredible work ethic, poise, maturity, and enthusiasm for the sport. Numerous awards in his career, including All-State honors in 2010 & 2011. Also a team captain.
Billy Palmer (11), Running Back/Linebacker, 5 foot 10, 185 pounds. Really had a coming out party this season. Big contributor as a running back, showing a lot of determination anytime he had the ball in his hands. One of the fastest players on the team.
Jackson Lehnart (14), Kicker/Punter, 5 foot 8, 160 pounds. One of the strongest legs in school history, consistently putting the ball in the end zone on kickoffs. Also one of the most athletic kids to take on the kicking duties. A very clutch kicker and punter.
Stefan Jones (19), Tight End/Defensive Line, 5 foot 11, 225 pounds. Very quick for his size, and possesses great hands. One of the best defensive lineman, and always kept his motor running. Another versatile player who could play several positions.
Johnny McDonald (23), Wide Receiver/Defensive Back, 6 foot 1, 180 pounds. Very dedicated player, and one of the most coachable kids on the team. Always willing to step in and fill a spot. An eager player whose tackling and coverage improved each week of the season.
Gary Speck (26), Tight End/Defensive Line, 6 foot 3, 245 pounds. The best blocker on the team. Very good hands, and has a good understanding of the game. Also returned two interceptions for touchdowns, which is very rare for a defensive lineman.
Samson Nauer (28), Running Back/Safety, 5 foot 8, 165 pounds. Our biggest hitter in the secondary. Good instincts, and comes downhill well to provide run support. Could also cover the pass very well, and provided a spark as a kick returner.
Brenyn Marshall (38), Wide Reciever/Defensive Back, 5 foot 11, 190 pounds. A first year player who turned into our best coverage defender. Always matched up on the other team’s top receiver. Very athletic and a quick learner.
Travis Duvernay (60), Offensive Line/Defensive Line, 5 foot 10, 175 pounds. The fastest and strongest guy on the offensive line, despite being the smallest. Very tough, and used a variety of techniques to protect the quarterback and spark the running game. Also a team captain.
Chuck Creekpaum (70), Offensive Line/Defensive Line, 6 foot 3, 320 pounds. The biggest member of the team. A tough run stuffer, but also could get to the quarterback on passing downs. One of the most entertaining personalities on the team.
Troy Holden (74), Offensive Line/Defensive Line, 5 foot 10, 215 pounds. A high energy player who has overcome a couple of tough injuries to have a solid high school career. Above average speed and has a motor that won’t stop.
Kristian Petaja (75), Offensive Line/Defensive Line, 5 foot 8, 195 pounds. The leader of the offensive line. Could provide a quality snap no matter the weather conditions. Always going up against bigger defenders, but consistently found a way to pave an opening up the middle.
Tempest Smith (Cheer), 2 year mangager/2 year cheerleader. Tempest started out as team manager and just started cheering her Junior year. In the last year she has developed from manager to a main flier. She helps the team in fundraising, promoting the game and cheering on her team. She is truly a team player and we will miss her as she graduates this year.
Cece Felipe (Cheer) 4 year cheerleader. Cece is a girl who works very hard, is determined and also very thoughtful of others. She has gained lots of skill over the years and we see her as one of our strongest performers during games and routines. She is just wonderful to watch. Cece is the kind of girl all coaches love to coach, taking criquette well, willing to learn, team player and applying what is taught. We will miss her smiling personality at games next year. We wish her the best as she graduates this year.