Badgers players named to all-league team

With his yardage for rushing, receiving, and kick-off and punt retunrs, Lee had 1,463 all purpose yards on the season. AJ Rowe was the recepiant of the Badger Boosters Leadership Award. — Staff reportDecember 17, 2013 

Four Yosemite High School football players have been named to the North Sequoia All-League second team, with three additional players named to the honorable mention team.

Second team selections included three seniors — offensive lineman Anthony Archer, linebacker Cameron Monahan, punter Cody Elam — and sophomore running back Jayson Lee.

According to MaxPreps, based on 10 games, Lee finished the season as the sixth leading rusher in the league with 635 yards on 118 carries in 10 games (5.38 yards per carry and 63.5 yards per game average). He had six rushing TDs, placing him 16th on the Central Section D-IV list.

Monahan, who was name the team's Most Inspirational Player, led the team in tackles with 42 and had one sack on the season.

Elam averaged 36.4 yards per punt on the season with his longest being 70 yards.

All-League honorable mentions went to junior Joey Woolsey at two positions, quarterback and defensive back, Elam at wide receiver, junior Jonathan Zohos at offensive lineman, defensive lineman Archer, linebacker Bobby Magee, and defensive back Lee.

On the season, Woolsey compleated 118 of 282 passes for 1,583 yards (No 1 in the NSL and No. 4 in the Central Section for D-IV) and 11 passing touchdowns. he also rushsed for a TD.

From his defensive back postion, Woolsey had 10 tackles and a legaue leading three intereptions.

As a defesnive lineman, Archer had 22 tackles and one sack on the season. He was named the team's Lineman of the Year.

Magee recorded 29 tackles on the season.

As a defense back, the versatile Lee, had 38 tackles and two interceptions.

Lee was also named the team's Offensive Player of the Year and the league's Underclassman of the Year along with Chowchilla's Anthony Stewart and Washington Union's Noah Beukers.

In addition to his 635 yards rushing, Lee compliled 32 receptions for 388 yards (12.1 yards average per catch) and four TDs. His receiving yards placed him No. 5 in the NSL.

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