United Football League distributes awards

by Steve Ottman Falls News Correspondent


THE MEMBERS OF THE Falls United Football League Pro League champion Packers team were Evan Pierce (No. 10, eighth grade), Sam Hockenhull (No. 11, seven grade), Mason Miller (21, eighth grade), Mav Ruh (No. 30, eighth grade), Jeremy Adkins (No. 31, seventh grade), Danny Jenkins (No. 33, eighth grade), Atticus Subat (No. 41, seventh grade), Brandon Bruss (No. 50, seventh grade), Bennett Wischki (No. 60, seventh grade), Joe Hockenhull (No. 61, seventh grade), Josh DeRuyter (No. 70, seventh grade), Malici Munoz (No. 80, seventh grade), Easton Moberg (81st, seventh grade), coaches Brian Passehl, Jimi Jenkins, Mike Hanson and manager Cole McCue. - Falls News photo by Steve Ottman THE MEMBERS OF THE Falls United Football League Pro League champion Packers team were Evan Pierce (No. 10, eighth grade), Sam Hockenhull (No. 11, seven grade), Mason Miller (21, eighth grade), Mav Ruh (No. 30, eighth grade), Jeremy Adkins (No. 31, seventh grade), Danny Jenkins (No. 33, eighth grade), Atticus Subat (No. 41, seventh grade), Brandon Bruss (No. 50, seventh grade), Bennett Wischki (No. 60, seventh grade), Joe Hockenhull (No. 61, seventh grade), Josh DeRuyter (No. 70, seventh grade), Malici Munoz (No. 80, seventh grade), Easton Moberg (81st, seventh grade), coaches Brian Passehl, Jimi Jenkins, Mike Hanson and manager Cole McCue. - Falls News photo by Steve Ottman The Sheboygan Falls United Football League celebrated its 49th season with its annual Awards Banquet Monday, Oct. 26, at Range Line Inn in Sheboygan Falls.

Master of Ceremonies Brian Passehl thanked players, coaches, referees and parents for another great season.


THE MEMBERS OF THE Falls United Football League College League champion Longhorns team were Nathan Klahn (No. 6, sixth grade), Jackson Specht (No. 7, fifth grade), Nolan Girdaukas (No. 14, fourth grade), Jack Louko (No. 20, sixth grade), Mason Schmahl (No. 24, fifth grade), Caleb Plier (No. 30, fifth grade), Owen Stroschein (No. 32, fifth grade), Tony Fischer (No. 32, fifth grade), Ethan Leikip (No. 44, sixth grade), Bobby Moeller (No. 60, fifth grade), Olivare Todorov (No. 77, fifth grade), Christopher Rangel (No. 78, sixth grade), Colin Girdaukas (No. 85, sixth grade), Matthew Dedering (No. 86, fifth grade), coaches Corey Girdaukas, Scott Specht, Shad Tenpas, Steve Klahn, Ward Plier, water boys Zander Specht, Mason Klahn. - Falls News photo by Steve Ottman THE MEMBERS OF THE Falls United Football League College League champion Longhorns team were Nathan Klahn (No. 6, sixth grade), Jackson Specht (No. 7, fifth grade), Nolan Girdaukas (No. 14, fourth grade), Jack Louko (No. 20, sixth grade), Mason Schmahl (No. 24, fifth grade), Caleb Plier (No. 30, fifth grade), Owen Stroschein (No. 32, fifth grade), Tony Fischer (No. 32, fifth grade), Ethan Leikip (No. 44, sixth grade), Bobby Moeller (No. 60, fifth grade), Olivare Todorov (No. 77, fifth grade), Christopher Rangel (No. 78, sixth grade), Colin Girdaukas (No. 85, sixth grade), Matthew Dedering (No. 86, fifth grade), coaches Corey Girdaukas, Scott Specht, Shad Tenpas, Steve Klahn, Ward Plier, water boys Zander Specht, Mason Klahn. - Falls News photo by Steve Ottman The junior Falcons teams combined to finish 14-6 overall and the fifth-grade squad went undefeated.

Junior Falcon coaches Corey Girdaukas, Steve Klahn, Kirby Post and Dan Setzer gave a brief summary of their team’s season.


THE FALLS UNITED FOOTBALL LEAGUE distributed special awards to Danny Jenkins (All-League Award-lineman), Parker Winter (Defensive Player of the Year), Langdon Thiel (Offensive Player of the Year), Elliott Gierach (Doug Doebert Award) and Mason Miller (Schmitty Award). - Falls News photo by Steve Ottman THE FALLS UNITED FOOTBALL LEAGUE distributed special awards to Danny Jenkins (All-League Award-lineman), Parker Winter (Defensive Player of the Year), Langdon Thiel (Offensive Player of the Year), Elliott Gierach (Doug Doebert Award) and Mason Miller (Schmitty Award). - Falls News photo by Steve Ottman A DVD presentation of highlights from the 2015 season created by Keith Bassuener was shown.

All-League Awards were presented to Danny Jenkins (Lineman of the year), Langdon Thiel (Offensive Player of the Year) and Parker Winter (Defensive Player of the Year).

Elliott Gierach was honored as the recipient of the Doug Doebert Ref’s Choice Award as voted by the referees.

The award recognizes a player demonstrating knowledge, respect, leadership and a never-give-up attitude.

Mason Miller was voted by the coaches to receive the FUFL MVP Schmitty Award, which recognizes a player for football skills and leadership on and off the field.

The “Brown Crock” was won by the Longhorns, who were champions at 4-1.

The Packers won the “Brown Jug” as champions with a 5-0 record.

The FUFL would like to thank all of its sponsors, including B&B Ford, Bemis Co., Blattner’s Piggly Wiggly, Kirby’s Auto, Falcons Booster Club, Koene Construction, Mersberger Financial, Specht Electric, Tenpas Drywall, Redline Manufacturing, The Bull, The Carpenter’s Pencil, Ace Hardware, Larry’s Distributing, Menzer Auto, Firehouse Pizza and Sunset Hills.


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