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HERALD NEWS ALL-SCHOLASTICS: Somerset Berkley highlights list of football stars – Fall River Herald News

J.C. KING (Diman): Only a junior, King was a dominant force in the backfield for the Bengals. Diman#8217;s leading scorer, King used his size and speed to rush for nearly 1,000 yards and earn Mayflower Athletic Conference all-star honors.

LUKE FARIA (Somerset Berkley): Faria anchored a strong offensive and defensive line for the Raiders, who came away with a Large School championship in their first season in the South Coast Conference. A senior, Faria finished with 50 tackles on defense and on offense he opened the holes that contributed to 29 riushing touchdowns.  Faria was also named a South Coast Conference all-star.

BRIAN LESTER (Bishop Stang): A two-way lineman and captain for the Spartans, Lester was a great blocker from his guard position. #8220;We ran behind him all season,#8221; wrote Bishop Stang coach Dennis Golden. #8221; At defensive end, he finished with 60 tackles, including 19 for loss, and also contributed a pair of quarterback sacks.

JACOB SWENSON (Diman): Diman#8217;s senior running back bounced back from a broken leg suffered last season and was a major force in guiding the Bengals into the postseason. A Mayflower Athletic Conference all-star, Swenson was also Diman#8217;s nominee for the prestigious Otto Graham Award.

STEVEN FRALICK (Somerset Berkley): Fralick was the Raiders#8217; top scorer this season with 20 touchdowns (17 rushing, 3 receiving). On the ground, he racked up 966 yards and carried a 6.1 yards-per-carry average. He also caught 10 passes for 222 yards. Fralick was also a South Coast Conference all-star.

DEVIN PROULX (Case): The Cardinals quarterback was strong as both a passer and a runner, and had a hand in 17 touchdowns this season and played a key role in guiding Case to a postseason berth. He also rushed and passed for a combined 1,400 yards. Proulx was a South Coast Conference honorable mention.

CHRIS COSTA (Case): A strong two-way player for the Cardinals, Costa scored 15 touchdowns and accounted for better than 1,100 yards combined receiving and rushing. A South Coast Conference all-star, Costa also finished with five interceptions on defense.

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