Louis Corgliano

Hammonton, Sr.

Corgliano was The Press Fall Athlete of the Season. He was The Press Boys Cross Country Runner of the Year. He won the Atlantic County and Cape-Atlantic League cross country championships. Corgliano also won the state Group III 3,200-meter run in outdoor track and field and was a Press outdoor track and field All-Star. He will attend the University of Maryland.

A.J. Dawson

Holy Spirit, Sr.

Dawson was a football and track and field standout for the Spartans. The defensive back and running back sparked Spirit to an 11-1 record, the CAL American Conference championship and the state Non-Public II final. He returned three interceptions for touchdowns. In the spring, he won the Atlantic County 200-meter dash and the state Non-Public B 400 dash championship. Dawson will play football at the University of Maine.

Isiah Graves

Atlantic City, Sr.

Graves excelled on the football field and the basketball court for the Vikings. He caught 27 passes for 453 yards and seven touchdowns. Graves averaged nearly 18 points in basketball. He will attend Southeastern Community College in West Burlington, Iowa.

C.J. LaFragola

St. Joseph, Jr.

LaFragola excelled at football, wrestling and baseball. The linebacker/running back made 74 tackles - 15 for losses. He also had two sacks and three interceptions. On offense, he rushed 143 times for 1,149 yards and 14 touchdowns. In wrestling, the 182-pounder finished 39-4, won his second District 30 title, finished second in Region 8 and then finished seventh in the state. LaFragola helped pitch the St. Joe baseball team to the state Non-Public B final.

Ed Shockley

Millville, Sr.

A standout wrestler and football player, Shockley will play football at Villanova University. He wrestled to a 38-2 record, winning the District 32 and Region 8 195-pound titles. On the football field, he made 110 tackles and contributed five sacks, two interceptions and a forced fumble.

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