The first defensive MVP is a young man who will be winning this award for astonishing third straight year. On the field, he was the man who called the defense and set up the defensive front. He was essentially the quarterback of our defense.
His dedication to lifting and speed camp made him a weapon on defense. His bruising hits often wore down teams running backs. And his knack of being around the football made him an outstanding linebacker.
This young man led the team with 90 tackles, 10 for a loss. He also recorded 3 forced fumbles, 2 quarterback hurries, one sack and one recovered fumble.
This year’s co-defensive MVP is Kyle Porembo.
This year’s other co-MVP is a young man who defines a football player. Strong, physical, smart, tough and the ability to block out pain. This was evident at Lansdale when he led the team in defensive points as well as playing offense when he should have probably been with the trainer on the sidelines.
His dedication on and off the field made him into a three-year defensive starter. His intelligence allowed him to help Kyle organize the defense and call out opponents’ tendencies.
This young man finished the season with 85 tackles, seven for a loss, two forced fumbles, one recovered fumble and one quarterback hurry.
This year’s co-defensive MVP is Scott McGonigal.