Bells Earn All-Mercury News Football Distinction

Posted: January 6, 2016

Nine varsity football players were named to All-Mercury News teams, including Kyle Macauley, Cade Hall and Jacob Bergstrom who received First Team honors.

FIRST TEAM OFFENSE
Kyle Macauley WR
FIRST TEAM DEFENSE
Cade Hall DL
Jacob Bergstrom LB
SECOND TEAM OFFENSE
Troy Martig QB
Wolfie Rehbock T
HONORABLE MENTION
Devon Buenrostro RB
Antonio Garcia RB
Isaac Oshana LB
Vincent Fernandez DB

Coach Mike Janda, who became the all-time winningest football coach in Central Coast Section (CCS) history with his 270th win this season, was honored as the Mercury News Coach of the Year. Coach Janda led the Bells to the Division I-AA State Championship, earning league, section and regional titles during the season. The Bells won 13 games this season for the first time in school history.

Go Bells!

Mercury News Article

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