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ZACH STELTER - Dawson-Boyd

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Football: Stelter lettered four years, started three and was all-conference twice. He helped lead D-B to the Class A championship last fall. He caught 64 passes in his career for 1,178 yards and 20 touchdowns. He caught 31 passes for 607 yards and 14 TDs in 2011. On defense, he had 72 career tackles.

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Basketball: Stelter lettered four times, started three years and was all-conference twice. He scored 854 career points, had 480 rebounds, 102 assists and 107 steals. He averaged 11 points and 6.2 rebounds in his career. Last season, he averaging 12 points and 10 rebounds per game. The Blackjacks were 78-25 during his varsity career.

TRACK AND FIELD: Stelter lettered three years and his personal-bests are 19-feet, 3-inches in the long jump and 5-feet-2 in the high jump. He ran the 100-meters in 11.9 seconds and the 200-meters in 24.73 seconds. "He is a very coachable student-athlete and is a joy to work with," said coach John Shurb.

ELLEN JOHNSON - KMS

10 letters

BasKeTball: Johnson lettered three years and was a starter and all-conference selection once. She averaged 15.7 points last winter and 12.5 points for her career. She also averaged 8 rebounds, 3.7 assists and 3.2 steals last season and 6.3 rebounds, 3 assists and 2.2 steals. She ended her career with 624 points and 473 rebounds.

VOLLEYBALL: A three-year letterwinner, Johnson started two seasons and was all-conference once as a setter and hitter. She posted 144 career kills and has 100 career service aces. As a setter, Johnson excelled. She was good on 1,977 of 2,025 sets and had 569 assists, and she also had 35 career ace blocks and 306 digs.

SOFTBALL: Johnson lettered four years and has started three years and made the All-Camden Conference team three times. Johnson was an all-state first-teamer in 2010 and an all-state honorable mention in 2011. A .400 career hitter who can generate runs, either by driving them in or scoring.

JONAH JOHNSON - KMS

11 letters

BASEBALL: Johnson was a four-year letterwinner, a four-year starter, a three-time all-conference selection and an all-state player. Entered this season hitting .509 with 55 doubles, 22 triples and 55 RBIs and 66 steals in 71 tries. Also was 13-8 as a starting pitcher, had five saves, and had a 2.33 ERA.

FOOTBALL: Johnson is a four-year letterwinner who started three years and earned two all-conference spots as a running back, wide receiver, cornerback and safety. Ran for 1,477 yards and 13 touchdowns in 2011, and he ended his career with 2,290 yards and 17 TDs. Caught 33 passes for 398 yards and 4 TDs in his career. Helped the Saints win a state title as a freshman special team player.

BASKETBALL: Johnson earned three letters and two all-conference selections as a two-year starter. Johnson was a solid all-around performer the Saints' hoops team, ending his career with 744 points and 236 rebounds. Also dished out 245 assists and had 97 steals in his varsity career.

JEN KACK - LQPV

13 letters

Basketball: Kack lettered three years, she started two years and was named all-conference twice at guard. She averaged 15.4 points, 6.3 rebounds and 2 assists this season, and 11.2 points, 5.4 boards and 2.3 assists for her career. She ended her varsity career with 847 points and 410 rebounds.

GOLF: Kack was a five-year member of the Eagles golf team and she earned letters in each of those years. She qualified for the state tournament this season by shooting a 90 during the section final. She also carded her career-low round of 88 this season. Kack was named to the All-West Central South Conference team in 2010, 2011 and 2012.

Cross county: Kack earned five letters and she was named the team's captain her senior season. She helped lead the team to three conference championships and was an all-conference selection twice. She and the Eagles reached the state meet in 2007 and placed 14th.

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