2012 Football All-Stars (Offense)
Name School Yr. Position
C.J. Scarpa Andover Sr. QB
Tommy Morgan Haverhill Sr. QB
Cristian Rivera Greater Lawrence Sr. RB
Chance Brady Haverhill Sr. RB
Carl Lipani North Reading Sr. RB
Manny Latimore Pinkerton Jr. RB
Ryan Barry Central Catholic Sr. OL
Angel Abreu Greater Lawrence Sr. OL
Dan Burrows Haverhill Sr. OL
John Fortes North Reading Sr. OL
Jake Bernaiche Pinkerton Sr. OL
Will Heikkinen Andover Sr. WR
Cam Farnham Andover Sr. WR
George Urena Lawrence Sr. WR
* Eagle-Tribune offensive MVP
TOMMY MORGAN, Haverhill, Senior, Quarterback
Threw for 1,839 yards, most for a Haverhill QB since The Eagle-Tribune began keeping complete records in 1994, and 20 touchdowns, most for the school since at least 1982. All-MVC Division 2. Three-year starter. Led Hillies to 8-3 record, their most wins since 2001 season (also 8-3), and more than in the past five years combined (6 wins). Being recruited by Division 3 schools. Forward in basketball.
CRISTIAN RIVERA, Greater Lawrence, Senior, Running Back
Ran for 2,008 yards this year on 275 carries, becoming sixth 2,000-yard rusher in modern area history. Scored 25 TDs. Ran for over 200 yards in five games, including Thanksgiving win over Whittier, and had five games of three or more TD runs. CAC Large co-MVP. Career marks of 4,047 rushing yards and 47 TDs. Lawrence resident known for shoulder-length hair. Powerful at 6-0, 220 pounds. Hearing from Merrimack and Bentley.
CHANCE BRADY, Haverhill, Senior, Running Back
All-Scholastic. Repeat Eagle-Tribune All-Star. MVC Division 2 MVP. Rushed for 2,063 yards, the third most in the region since 1994, and scored 32 TDs. Rushed for over 200 yards in five straight games, including season-high 258 against Somerville. Finished career with 3,709 yards and 56 touchdowns. Played lineman as a freshman and linebacker as a sophomore. Heavily recruited by Division 3 schools including Tufts.
CARL LIPANI, North Reading, Senior, Running Back
Repeat Eagle-Tribune All-Star. Rushed for 2,178 yards, good for second most in area history, and scored 31 TDs. Smashed his own school records from junior year of 1,768 and 23 TDs. Ran for 231 yards and two TDs in win over CAL/NEC Division 3 champ Amesbury and season-high 247 and six scores in win over Hamilton-Wenham. Led Hornets to impressive 8-2 record. Starting linebacker. 5-10, 185 pounds. Quad-captain.