Colfax quarterback Michael Wilson makes All-Sac Joaquin Section team
By the numbers
Michael Wilson, senior, QB, Colfax
Record: 9-3 (including playoffs)
Pass touchdowns: 46
Pass percentage: 64.5
Pass yards: 3,560
Decorated Colfax quarterback and school record-holder for most passing touchdowns in a season Michael Wilson can add another accolade to the list.
The star quarterback who led Colfax to an 8-2 regular season record and back into the postseason after a year hiatus was named to the 2013 All-Sac-Joaquin Section Football team (honorable mention). The team is selected by a committee of high school coaches representing north and south regions as well as large, medium and small schools.
Wilson threw for 3,560 yards in 2013, completing 64.5 percent of his passes and tallying 46 touchdowns to 15 interceptions. Wilson was third in the section in passing touchdowns behind Sacramento’s Caden Voges (48) and Folsom’s Jake Browning (74).
Making the All-Sac-Joaquin Section first team offense were Browning (QB, Folsom), Marcel Brown (RB, Rio Linda), Wadus Parker (RB, Elk Grove), Will McClure (WR, Folsom), Damen Wheeler (WR, Sacramento), Dylan Keeney (TE, Granite Bay), Billy Sharmoug (OL, Manteca), Kolton Miller (OL, Roseville), Brandon Johnson (OL, Del Oro), Spenser Stark (OL, Central Catholic), Matt Morris (OL, Rio Linda) and Anthony Nunez (punter, Tracy).
Comprising the All-Sac-Joaquin Section defensive first team are Sam Whitney (DL, Folsom), Anthony Baumgart (DL, Antelope), Nifae Lealao (DL, Capital Christian), Ngalu Tapa (DL, Burbank), Joey Banks (LB, Franklin), Cameron Smith (LB, Granite Bay), Thomas Mahlman (LB, Oak Ridge), Leonard Skattebo (LB, Rio Linda), Daniel Ruffin (DB, Stagg), Luke Bussey (DB, Granite Bay), Jason Elanberger (DB, Jesuit), Ryrel Anderson (all-purpose, center) and Kenny Smart (K, Central Catholic).
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