First Team

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Nathan Armstrong, Pompton Lakes, freshman

Jesse Campoverde, Lakeland, sophomore

Collin Clinton, West Milford, freshman

Joey Cummings, West Milford, junior

Max Dubac, Clifton, senior

Kevin Heredia, Clifton, senior

Jerry Olvera, Passaic, senior

Nicholas Ortiz, Passaic, sophomore

Julius Pallero, Passaic Tech, sophomore

Luis Peralta, Passaic, junior

Leonardo Bravo, Passaic, senior

Angel De Los Santos, Passaic, junior

Walter Hass, West Milford, senior

Nicholas Hennessy, Wayne Hills, senior

Jordan Leong, Wayne Hills, junior

Alexander Metcalf, West Milford, senior

Krunal Rana, Clifton, junior

Mark Rodriguez, Passaic, senior

Joshua Szabo, Clifton, sophomore

Esmel Tejada, Paterson Charter, senior

Takashi Yuasa and Henry Zheng, Clifton; Sebastien Ruiz and Nicholas Tea, DePaul; Ben Postma amd Sean Wan, Eastern Christian; Jabes Hernandez and Jason Torres, Eastside; Justin Awad and Joshua Joseph, Hawthorne Christian; Shi'eym Lennon and Davian Wallen, Kennedy; Mason Murphy and Jack Neblung, Lakeland; Lucas Castro and Nicholas Tricaric, Passaic Tech; Jeffrey Bravo and Bryan Olivares, Passaic; Ronald Campbell and Julio Sanchez, Passaic Valley; Norberto Ramirez and Xavier Reynoso, Paterson Charter; Jacob Nestle and Alex Rios, Pompton Lakes; Jeffrey Bennett, Wayne Hills; Ali Alwan and Kenneth Lemley, Wayne Valley; Marcuis Boguszewski and Jack Oesterle, West Milford. …

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