The York Daily Record/Sunday News presents its Division I football all-stars:
   Mike Felton, South Western: The Temple-bound senior was more than one of the most gifted players in the area -- he also was the most versatile. Felton was selected a first-team all-star at three different positions: running back, defensive back and punter.

On offense, Felton piled up a combined 1,447 yards (1,038 rushing, 409 receiving) and 20 touchdowns. He averaged 8.8 yards per touch.

On defense, the 6-foot-1, 193-pound senior was a ball-hawking presence at safety, where he notched three interceptions, 11 pass deflections and 92 tackles.

Felton even dazzled on special teams, where he returned three kickoffs and one punt for a touchdown.
   QB, Brandon Baker, Central York: The three-year starter's final high school season was nothing short of brilliant. Baker completed 59.1 percent of his passes for 1,952 yards, while recording an incredible 31-5 touchdown-interception ratio.
   QB, Tanner Klinefelter, Red Lion: The senior earned his second straight all-star selection by throwing for 1,411 yards and 11 touchdowns. Klinefelter also racked up an impressive 61.9 completion percentage.
   RB, Saladin Dickson, Central York: The senior fullback contributed both as a blocker and a ballcarrier.


Dickson ran for 322 yards, and his five rushing touchdowns were tied for the team lead.
   RB, Dillon Thomas, South Western: Watching him play, it was easy to forget the 5-foot-11, 191-pound back is still a sophomore. Thomas amassed 1,058 yards and 15 touchdowns, with his breakout performance coming in a 201-yard, three-score outing at Red Lion.
   WR, Erik Althoff, Red Lion: The senior was Klinefelter's favorite target, accruing team highs in receptions (40), receiving yards (605) and receiving touchdowns (9).
   WR, Jalil Ford, Central York: The electric senior was a scoring threat every time he touched the ball -- of his 50 pass receptions, 20 went for touchdowns. In all, Ford racked up 862 receiving yards.
   WR, Derek Wilson, William Penn: A big-play threat, Wilson grabbed 35 receptions for 583 yards, good for a 16.6 per-catch average. The senior rolled up 152 receiving yards and two scores in a Week 4 loss to Dover.
   TE, Devin Callahan, Dallastown: The senior contributed mostly as a blocker, supporting an inexperienced offensive line that carved out 131.7 rushing yards per game.
   C, Matt Hawn, South Western: The senior fortified the middle of one of the area's best run-blocking groups. In 12 games, the Mustangs ran for a total of 2,785 yards.
   G, Adam Lumm, Central York: The improvement of the Panthers' offensive line in 2011 was a major reason for the team's success. Lumm, a 6-2, 240-pound senior, was a key cog in that unit.
   G, Zach Townsend, South Western: In addition to his 52 tackles on defense, the senior also used his 6-0, 190-pound frame to pry open holes on the offensive line.
   T, Ryan Dotson, South Western: The senior was selected as a team captain before the season, and with good reason. In addition to his work on the offensive side of the ball, Dotson also compiled 57 total tackles.
   T, Logan Neff, Central York: The 6-2, 225-pound senior took a leadership role on the Panthers' offensive line. Central grounded out 2,190 rushing yards this season, nearly double its 2010 output.
   T, Mike Romano, Red Lion: The 6-3, 255-pound senior was the anchor of a retooled offensive line that helped the Lions average 176.5 rushing yards per game.
   DE, Kevin O'Grady, Central York: The second half of Central's pass-rushing duo, O'Grady piled up a team-best eight sacks. The 6-foot-3 senior also ranked third on the team with 113 tackles.
   DE, Kwe Parker, Central York: The speed-rushing senior was a terror off the edge. Parker ranked second on the team with seven sacks and caused four fumbles.
   DT, Brooks Arnold, Red Lion: The 235-pound senior clogged up the middle for the Lions, managing 51 tackles and a pair of sacks.
   DT, Jeremy Loughlin, South Western: The massive senior (6-3, 291 pounds) formed the foundation for the Mustangs' defense, collecting 52 tackles and five sacks.
   DT, Logan Neff, Central York: The YAIAA's stingiest defense started with a strong foundation up front. Neff set the tone, securing 52 tackles and four sacks while causing a pair of fumbles.
   DT, Anderson Novalin, William Penn: The junior was a bright spot in an otherwise-slipshod Bearcats defense. He had a season-high five tackles in a loss to Dover in Week 4.
   ILB, Carnie Fryfogle, South Western: It may have been easy to overlook the 5-10, 151-pound senior if he wasn't always around the ball. Fryfogle racked up a staggering 163 tackles, including a season-high 20 in a win over Dallastown.
   ILB, Ryan Troup, Central York: When ballcarriers did make it past the Panthers' line, Troup was often there to clean up. The senior had 115 tackles, including 17 in an early-season win against Susquehannock.
   OLB, Ben Axe, Red Lion: The senior wrangled a team-best 80 tackles, 14 of those coming in a narrow loss to South Western. Axe also added four fumble recoveries, one of which he returned for a touchdown.
   OLB, Marquis Fells, Central York: Don't let his size fool you -- the 5-10, 155-pound junior was almost always around the football. His 120 tackles led the Panthers' defense.
   DB, Jack Margavitch, Dallastown: The senior was a disruptive force in the secondary. Margavitch tied for the team lead in tackles (70) and also snagged five interceptions.
   DB, Jalil Ford, Central York: The senior wasn't just a threat to score on offense; he returned two of his three interceptions this season for touchdowns.
   DB, Erik Althoff, Red Lion: The senior was one of the area's better cornerbacks, notching an interception and eight pass defenses to go along with 49 tackles.
   K, Pete Pitilis, Red Lion: Of the senior's four field goals, none were bigger than his 22-yard game-winner in the regular-season finale against Dallastown. Pitilis also booted 30 extra points.
   Don Seidenstricker, South Western: The veteran coach's 26th-and-final season as head coach at the Corral was one of his finest. After a 3-2 start, the Mustangs rolled off six straight wins, earning an outright YAIAA Division I title along the way. Seidenstricker retired as head coach after the season; he finished his stellar career with a 196-88-1 record.
-- John Clayton


C, Shane Walker, Central York; G, Anderson Novalin, William Penn; G, Nick Kocman, Red Lion; T, Austin Graser, Dallastown; T, Eliel Flores, William Penn; TE, Matt Runge, Spring Grove; RB, Jason Milton, Red Lion; RB, Marquis Fells, Central York; RB, Kelvin Nieves, William Penn; WR, David Butler, Dallastown; WR, Loren Lutzinger, William Penn; WR, Mitch Baublitz, Red Lion; QB, Tavon Parker, William Penn; QB, Zach Gross, South Western; QB, Andrew Henry, Dallastown.
DT, Ryan Dotson, South Western; DT, Jesse Davis, Dallastown; DT, Randy Pham, Central York; DE, Austin Miller, Red Lion; DE, Devin Callahan, Dallastown; DE, Matt Runge, Spring Grove; DE, Zach Townsend, South Western; ILB, Keith Pappas, South Western; ILB, Erick Toscano, Red Lion; ILB, Saladin Dickson, Central York; OLB, Jonah Plymire, Central York; OLB, Reid Cruz, South Western; DB, Andrew Heird, Dallastown; DB, Andrew Dadeboe, Central York, DB, Mike Duffy, South Western; DB, Dan Althoff, Red Lion; K, Bryce Cregan, Dallastown; P, Matt Runge, Spring Grove.