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2013 all-state Montana football teams

The following is a full list of Montana all-state football teams for the 2013 season. The list will be updated as new information is provided.

See also the list of western Montana all-conference football teams.

Class AA

All-State

First Team Offense

MVP – Will Weyer, sr., Bozeman

QB – Dallas Cook, sr., Butte; Will Weyer, sr., Bozeman

RB – Hunter Gappmayer, sr., Bozeman; Noah James, sr., Glacier

FB – Alex Picicci, sr., Skyview; Tristan Shea, sr., Capital

WR – John D’Agostino, sr., Bozeman; Dalton Daum, jr., Butte; Evan Epperlysr., Glacier; Peter Granger, sr., Butte; Logan Jones, jr., Glacier

TE – Will Dissly, sr., Bozeman

OT – Zach Dennehy, sr., Glacier; Riley Kack, sr., Bozeman; Jalen Whittley, sr., Skyview

OG – Dillon Koffman, sr., Capital; Jack Hape, sr., Bozeman; Trevor Hopf, sr., Skyview

C – Wyatt Laakso, sr., Bozeman

K – Trevin Thompson, sr., Helena; Kyle Nickol, sr., Capital

Long Snapper – Grant Collins, sr., Bozeman

Kick Returner – Wyatt David, sr., Bozeman.

Punt Returner – Evan Epperly, sr., Glacier

Second Team Offense

QB – Troy Arntson, sr., Helena; Brady McChesney, jr., Glacier

RB – Bliss Collins, sr., Capital; Andrew Grinde, so., CMR; Cooper Lanier, sr., Helena

FB – Keavon Buckley, sr., Bozeman; Jaydn Wilson, sr., Sentinel

WR – Wyatt David, sr., Bozeman; Kyle Harrington, sr., Capital; Lane Kokoruda, jr., Helena; Alex Mustard, sr., Big Sky

TE – Tyler Richtmyer, sr., Sentinel; Eric Dawson, sr., CMR

OT – Matt Bachmeier, sr., Helena; Jimmy Grinde, sr., CMR; Kolby Tamol, sr., Capital

OG – Robell Bassett, sr., Big Sky; Cody Nelson, sr., Glacier

C – Hunter Kauffman, jr., Glacier

K – Ben Goertzen, sr., Bozeman; Grant Linde, sr., West; Gabe Peppenger, so., Sentinel; Reece Quade, sr., Skyview

Long Snapper – Tyler Sanders, sr., Capital

Kick Returner – Logan Jones, jr., Glacier

Punt Returner – Wyatt David, sr., Bozeman

Honorable Mention Offense

QB – Jayse McLean, sr., CMR; Kade Paffhausen, jr., Sentinel; Joe Zimmer, sr., Senior

RB – Riley Barta, jr., Skyview; Cory Diaz, jr., Big Sky; Jake Eisenbarth, sr., Butte; Justin Keeling, jr., Skyview

FB – Nic Amestoy, sr., Helena

WR – Paul Campbell, so., Butte; Justin Pfennings, sr., CMR; Justin Smith, sr., Sentinel; Austin Violette, sr., Sentinel

TE – Garth Grimsrud, sr., Helena

OT – Thomas Bear Robe, sr., Skyview; Adam Bradley, sr., Flathead; James Foote, sr., Big Sky Ryan Nagel, sr., Sentinel; Truman Pisk, jr., Glacier

OG – Tanner Dorr, sr., Butte; Kyle Douglass, sr., Sentinel; Jammer Halverson, sr., Helena; Jarred Kvamme, sr., Capital; Reece Quade, sr., Skyview

C – Dustin LaMiaux, sr., Butte; Matt Murphy, jr., Big Sky; Kyle Reitler, jr., Skyview; Jesse Seliskar, sr., Helena

K – Brad Humphreys, sr., GFH; Dylan Sandefur, so., CMR

Long Snapper – Levi Brenneman, jr., Flathead; Erik Weaver, sr., GFH

Kick Returner – Levi Beck, sr., Senior; Austin Violette, sr., Sentinel

Punt Returner – Kyle Cochran, sr., Helena; Dalton Daum, jr., Butte

First Team Defense

Co-MVPs – Grant Collins, sr., Bozeman; Will Dissly, sr., Bozeman

DE – Will Dissly, sr., Bozeman; Trevor Hopf, sr., Skyview; Alex Thomas, sr., CMR

DT – Thomas Bear Robe, sr., Skyview; Keavon Buckley, sr., Bozeman; Tyler Sanders, sr., Capital

ILB – Nic Amestoy, sr., Helena; Grant Collins, sr., Bozeman; Reece Quade, sr., Skyview

OLB – Josh Hill, jr., Glacier; Mike Naro, sr., Bozeman; Tyler Pfennings, sr., CMR

CB – Wyatt David, sr., Bozeman; Evan Epperly, sr., Glacier

S – Chandler D’Agostino, sr., Bozeman; Orie Mann, sr., Glacier; Nolan Timmons, jr., Senior

P – Todd Ogden, sr., Glacier; Justin Pfennings, sr., CMR

Special Teams – Josh Hill, jr., Glacier

Second Team Defense

DE – Ryan Nagel, sr., Sentinel; AJ Robinson, sr., Glacier; Kole Swartz, sr., Hellgate

DT – James Foote, sr., Big Sky; Jammer Halverson, sr., Helena; Jalen Whittley, sr., Skyview; Brendan Windauer, sr., Glacier

ILB – Kellen Maharg, sr., Capital; Todd Ogden, sr., Glacier

OLB – Isaiah Cech, jr., Helena

CB – Kyle Cochran, sr., Helena; Chris Johnson, sr., Bozeman; Daniel Van Dyke, sr., Capital; Austin Violette, sr., Sentinel

S – Jess Beaman, jr., Flathead; McBride Galt, sr., Helena; Tucker Rauthe, jr., Glacier; Justin Smith, sr., Sentinel

P – Bjorn Bornes, jr., West

Special Teams – Payton O’Reilly, sr., Bozeman

Honorable Mention Defense

DE – Nick Argento, jr., Capital; Chase Benson, so., Helena; Balue Chapman, so., Bozeman; Trevor Frandsen, jr., Big Sky; Justin Keeling, jr., Skyview; Johnny Walker, sr., Butte

DT – Axel Bladholm, sr., Flathead; Connor Lee, sr., Butte; Dan Richardson, sr., Senior; Erik Weaver, sr., GFH; Jadyn Wilson, sr., Sentinel

ILB – Zach Bauer, sr., Hellgate; Jakob Jackson, sr., CMR; Randy Keesler, jr., GFH; Caleb McCracken, sr., Flathead; Jason Riekena, sr., Big Sky; Mason Woods, sr., Butte

OLB – Cordell Appel, jr., Bozeman; Walker Cozzie, jr., Capital; Tyler Earles, sr., Butte; Jed Egebretson, jr., CMR; Seamus Lucostic, so., Big Sky

CB – Bennett Chelini, sr., Big Sky; Jeremy Keller, sr., West; Chase Plum, sr., Butte

S – Clay Dean, jr., Butte; Hunter Mahlum, sr., Hellgate; Lucas Poitra, sr, CMR; Trevon Strong, jr., Skyview; Taylor Trollope, jr., Skyview

P – Caleb McCracken, sr., Flathead

Special Teams – Jess Beaman, jr., Flathead

 

Class A

All-State Team

Offense

C – Donovan Hucke, sr., Dillon; Weston Marsh, sr., Billings Central; Avery Whelan, jr., Belgrade.

OG – Colton Gavne, sr., Livingston; Riely Dublin, jr., Laurel; Zach Cullen, jr., Billings Central.

OT – Marcus Ferriter, jr., Butte Central; Ben D’Alton, sr., Billings Central; Kordell Cummins, sr., Hardin; Gage Smith, sr., Whitefish; Jacob Dilworth, jr., Frenchtown.

TE – Troy Scott, sr., Dillon; Connor McGree, sr., Butte Central; Logan Wilcox, sr., Lewistown.

WR – Teague Blome, sr., Hamilton; Kris Cleveland, sr., Hamilton; Kale Guldseth, sr., Butte Central; Alec Haughian, jr., Miles City; Tristan Walker, sr., Belgrade; Alex Presnell, sr., Columbia Falls; Ty Morgan, jr., Columbia Falls.

FB – Mitch Kaufman, sr., Laurel.

RB – Wyatt Kingston, sr., Butte Central; Holden Ryan, jr., Billings Central; Austin Kendall, sr., Sidney; Zach Darling, sr., Columbia Falls; Cody Lemmons, sr., Frenchtown.

QB – J.D. Ferris, jr., Dillon; Josh Bauder, sr., Hamilton; Ben Herzog, sr., Miles City; Brayden Konkol, jr., Belgrade; Dane Warp, so., Havre; Jared Trinastich, sr., Columbia Falls.

Defense

DE – Zach Gavlak, sr., Stevensville; Dace Fisher, sr., Sidney; Colin Holtz, jr., Billings Central; Beau Peasley, jr., Miles City; Derek Marks, so., Belgrade.

DT – Chris Emter, sr., Livingston; Jaden Bryant, sr., Belgrade; Spencer Ross, jr., Columbia Falls; Christian Coiner, sr., Dillon.

OLB – Brady Hislop, sr., Polson, Gabe Chilson, sr., Dillon; Grady Blewett, jr., Belgrade.

ILB – Carson King, sr., Dillon; Ethan Reich, sr., Anaconda; Mathew Martinez-Tillman, sr., Laurel; Garet Fowler, sr., Belgrade; Dylan Stenseth, sr., Lewistown; Ike Schweikert, jr., Columbia Falls; Calub Thilmony, sr., Whitefish.

S –Mick Paffhausen, sr., Dillon; Jonah Oberg, jr., Laurel; Trevor Jenson, sr., Havre; Cedrick Smith, sr., Polson; Josiah Osbourne, sr., Columbia Falls.

CB – M.J. Simkins, sr., Dillon; Thomas Gruber, sr., Havre; Dave Rizzollo, sr., Whitefish; Sean Foley, sr., Whitefish; Jesse Byorth, jr., Billings Central.

RET – Koby Ruff, jr., Belgrade; Carl Johnson, sr., Hardin.

 

Class B

All-State Teams

1B – Morgan Schenk, sr., Fairfield; Kurt McInerney, sr., Fairfield; Dalton Palmer, jr., Fairfield; Blake Underdahl, jr., Conrad; Kaden Pearson, sr., Fairfield; Jake French, sr., Choteau; Dru Oveson, jr., Fairfield.

2B – Seth Adams, Harlem; Luke Gunderson, Glasgow; Kelin King, Malta; Jonathan Koessl, Glasgow; Keil Krumwiede, Glasgow; Jackson Marsh, Plentywood; Nathan Veit, Malta.

3B – Tucker Yates, sr., Colstrip; Mason Melby, sr., Baker; Gage Adams, sr., Forsyth; Luke Schwagler, sr., Forsyth; Jeff Fisher, sr., Baker; Dustin Irgens, sr., Baker; Tanner Oblender, sr., Huntley Project; Travis Koenig, sr., Baker.

4B – Levi Lynde, Red Lodge; Brock Beede, Joliet; Kade Osborne, Columbus; Andy Nordstrom, Red Lodge; Yasha Ackerman, Red Lodge; Brandon Clouse, Columbus.

5B – Jace Lewis, so.,Townsend; Austin Oldenburger, sr., Manhattan; Gavin DeJong, sr., Manhattan; Trase LeTexier, so., Boulder; Sam Fletcher, sr., Boulder; Alex Brunett, sr., Boulder; Kenny Wilbur, jr., Townsend.

6B – Jared Geer, sr., Loyola Sacred Heart; Tristen Clark, sr., Deer Lodge; Keenan Hendricksen, sr., Florence; Connor Benn, sr., Ronan; Jake McElroy, sr., Loyola Sacred Heart; Justin Marshall, sr., Deer Lodge; Matt McHugh, sr., Loyola Sacred Heart; Lucas Gerhardt, sr., Ronan; Zach Hollenback, sr., Loyola Sacred Heart; Levi Becker, sr., Deer Lodge; Tony Madsen, sr., Loyola Sacred Heart; Eric Williams, sr., Loyola Sacred Heart.

7B – Boyd Reike, jr., Bigfork; Josh Sandry, jr., Bigfork; Trent Vaughn, sr., Eureka; Gabe Hickman, sr., Troy; Sean Opeland, so., Troy; Cameron Nissen, sr., Bigfork.

 

Class C 8-Man

All-State Teams

Western – Tyler Delaney, sr., Charlo; Maverick Nelson, jr., Charlo; Jacen Petersen, sr., Charlo; Joe Caicedo, jr., Darby; Danny Mannix, jr., Drummond; Kevin Oberweiser, sr., Drummond; Jerry Metesh, sr., Philipsburg; Christian Cahoon, sr., Seeley-Swan; Alex Billet, sr., Superior; Anthony Parkin, sr., Superior; Wyatt Zylawy, jr., Superior; Nate Bishop, sr., Victor; Matt Kittel, sr., Victor; GP Monta, sr., Victor.

Eastern – Shane Cochran, sr., Culbertson-Bainville; Jake Bakken, sr., Wibaux; Chase Bertelsen, sr., Wibaux; Dolan Taylor, sr., Circle; Troy Williams, jr., Culbertson-Bainville; Trent Farnworth, jr., Wibaux; Rhett Harmon, sr., Culbertson-Bainville; James Riley, sr., Broadus; Conner Leach, jr., Wibaux; Chad Nelson, jr., Wibaux; Colton Tousignant, jr., Wibaux; Jalen Hendrickson, sr., Froid-Medicine-Lake; MQ Burley, sr., Broadus; Heath LaBelle, sr., Wibaux; Colton Zahn, sr., Culbertson-Bainville; Riley Smith, jr., Wibaux.

Northern – Colton Swanson, jr., Belt; Holden Maki, jr., Belt; Hunter Croff, sr., Belt; Zach Molyneaux, sr., Chinook; Cody Ramberg, sr., Chester-Joplin-Inverness; Justin May, so., Chester-Joplin-Inverness; Tim Stokes, sr., Chester-Joplin-Inverness; Brandon Ereaux, sr., Fort Benton; Peter McGuire, sr., Great Falls Central; Braxton Hasner, sr., Power-Dutton-Brady; Kalvin Rohrer, jr., Simms; Jake Bloom, so., Simms; Zeb Bloom, sr., Simms.

Southern – Connor Sullivan, sr., Ennis; Connor Wines, sr., Gardiner; Derek Wham, sr., Ennis; Roy Moen, sr., Ennis; Jory Fisher, sr., White Sulphur Springs; Whitley West, sr., White Sulphur Springs; Nate Hanser, sr., Broadview-Lavina; Robert Morrison, sr., Broadview-Lavina; Walter McKitrick, jr., Ennis; Reid Farnes, sr., Ennis; Walker Gruszie, jr., White Sulphur Springs; Derek Heggen, jr., White Sulphur Springs; Taylor Bienvenue, jr., Broadview-Lavina; Wes Goodman, sr., Ennis; Chad Johnerson, sr., Ennis; Braydon McKitrick, sr., Ennis.

 

Class C 6-Man

All-State Teams

West – Tanner Hoff, jr., Hot Springs; Keir Sanzano, sr., Clark Fork; Nate Gray, jr., Hot Springs; Andrew Lommen, sr., Clark Fork; Gavin Duck, jr., Lima; Tanner Burton, jr., Lone Peak; Jimmy Holland, sr., Hot Springs; Rhett Jorgensen, sr., Lincoln.

North – Jake Malek, jr., Geraldine-Highwood; Wyatt McKinlay, sr., Geraldine-Highwood; Chase Hill, sr., Denton-Geyser-Stanford; Cooper Spicher, sr., North Star; Ty Martin, sr., Denton-Geyser-Stanford; Darren Malek, jr., Geraldine-Highwood; Jerry Hanson, sr., Big Sandy; Adam Metcalfe, sr., Denton-Geyser-Stanford; Connor Bokma, so., Denton-Geyser-Stanford; Sam Bronec, sr., Geraldine-Highwood; Will Ketchum, sr., Box Elder; Quinn Spinler, sr., North Star; Jaxon Simonson, jr., North Star; Austin Morris, jr., Denton-Geyser-Stanford; Logan Ferda, jr., Geraldine-Highwood; Jrodan LaFountaine, jr., Geraldine-Highwood.

East – Braden Fiesthamel, jr., Savage; Thomas Field, jr., Westby-Grenora; Kyle Lassle, jr., Terry; Christian Prevost, sr., Richey-Lambert; TJ Green, sr., Jordan; Thayne Ekness, sr., Westby-Grenora; Jordan Skaley, sr., Savage; Cooper Olson, jr., Westby-Grenora; Connor Murnion, jr., Jordan; Lane Stickel, so., Terry.

South – Haden Wichman, sr., Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap; Gavin Melichar, so., Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap; Jorden DeHaven, jr., Roy-Winifred; Russell Haynie, sr., Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap; Logan Sluggett, jr., Winnett-Grass Range; Wyatt Schroeder, sr., Bridger; Cedar Martin, sr., Winnett-Grass Range; Spencer Leligdowicz, sr., Custer-Hysham.

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