They include senior wide receiver and safety Richie Raya, named to the first-team offense. Raya was the go-to receiver for the Falcons with 13 catches for 343 yards, scoring three touchdowns as well. While he wasn’t included on the defensive list, Raya also had four interceptions for the year. Also named to the first-team offense was sophomore offensive lineman Jacob Eakin.
The first-team defense includes senior linebacker Darian Rosales, who led his team with 46 tackles for the season, plus 27 assists and three fumble recoveries. Senior Pedro DeRobles also made the first team as a defensive back with 32 tackles and 18 assists, and first-team sophomore lineman Austin Larson finished his season with 32 tackles, 29 assists and three sacks.
The CCAA second team includes Falcon junior quarterback Jamani Woods, who passed for 885 yards for the year and also ran the ball for 462 yards to make him the Falcons’ leading rusher. Corey Koster was named to the second-team offensive line, and George Lopez was the CCAA’s second-team kicker.
Brookside Christian, which won the Sac-Joaquin Section Division VI championship Saturday, Nov. 27, with a 28-6 win over Bradshaw Christian, dominated the all-league picks, with Shaquille Hill the most valuable offensive player and George Evans the defensive MVP. Brookside players were also the league leaders in nearly every statistical category.