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December 12, 2012

Three from Hutch named second team AA

LANE JOHNSON, MESH ALL NAMED SECOND-TEAM NJCAA FOOTBALL ALL-AMERICANS

Three members of the Salt City Bowl champion Hutchinson Community College football team were named the second team of the 2012 NJCAA Football All-America list on Wednesday.

Running back Terrell Lane, defensive tackle Toby Johnson and placekicker Michael Mesh all earned All-America honors, which brings the total of NJCAA All-Americans in the Rion Rhoades era to 12.

All three players played central roles in Hutchinson finishing 9-3 and winning a fourth-straight Salt City Bowl.



TERRELL LANE - Running back (6-2, 230, Norton, KS)

To say Terrell Lane had a season for the books would be an understatement.

Lane not only broke one, but two major rushing record during his sophomore season, he had nine-straight 100-yard rushing games, three 200-yard rushing game and then there was Sept. 8 in Garden City.

That's when Lane broke HCC's 46-year-old single-game rushing record of Mack Herron's when he rushed for 308 yards on just 29 carries in a 63-49 victory over the Broncbusters.

The game vaulted him into the national rushing lead for the remainder of the regular season. Lane wound up second in the nation with a Blue Dragon single-season record 1,632 yards. Lane completed his Blue Dragon career as the fourth-leading rusher all-time with 2,093 yards.

Lane scored 28 total touchdowns this season (15 rushing, 3 receiving) and scored 108 points, which ranks third best in single-season HCC history. For his career, Lane had 27 total touchdowns for 162 points, which also ranks third.

Lane also caught 24 passes for 176 yards and three touchdowns this season. He completed 4 of 6 passes for 69 yards and a touchdown. As a punter, Lane averaged 41.2 yards per attempt on 33 punts with a career best of 62 yards.

Lane is the first Blue Dragon running back to earn All-America honors since LaDarrian Page in 2008.



TOBY JOHNSON - Defensive tackle (6-4, 305, College Park, GA)

Even before the season started, sophomore defensive tackle Toby Johnson was being talked about. He entered the 2012 season as the No. 1 overall junior college recruit in the nation.

That meant opposing offenses were paying attention, too. Johnson normally drew double teams and still put together a solid season, missing the final 2 1/2 games because of injuries.

Johnson finished with 37 total tackles, 12 were unassisted. He had 6.5 tackles for loss, including three quarterback sacks. He also had four passes defensed.

Johnson had a career-high seven total tackles against Dodge City on Sept. 15. He had six tackles each against Air Force Prep and Independence.

For his career, Johnson had 87 total tackles, 17 tackles for loss and five quarterback sacks. He also had nine passes broken up, a forced fumble, fumble recovery and two blocked kicks.



MICHAEL MESH - Placekicker (5-9, 180, Hutchinson, KS)

With the Blue Dragons putting together the two best offensive teams in program history over the last two seasons, sophomore kicker Michael Mesh had plenty of chances to score. And score he did.

Mesh became the only kicker in Blue Dragon history to score 100 points in a season, scoring 101 this season and setting numerous Blue Dragon kicking records.

Mesh converted 63 of 69 extra points and booted 12 of 15 field goals this season. The 101 points are 12th most overall and most by a Blue Dragon kicker. The 12 field goals are the second most ever made by a kicker in a single season. Mesh tied a team record when he kicked a 47-yard field goal in the 2012 Region VI Championship game.

Mesh had five games of 10 or more points in a game, including a Blue Dragon record 16 points ( 7 of 7 on extra points, 3 of 3 on field goals) in the season opener against Coffeyville on Aug. 25.

Mesh closes his career with the following records: Most points by a kicker (186), most extra points (136), most field goals (16) and most kickoffs (194). The 186 points tie Mack Herron for second place on the career scoring list.


First-Team Offense
QB Jake Waters, Iowa Western CC (6'2", 215 lbs., So.)
RB Breon Allen, Snow College, Utah (5'8", 175 lbs., So.)
RB Hosey Williams, ASA, N.Y. (5'8", 197 lbs., So.)
WR Dahquille Williams, Mississippi Gulf Coast CC (6'3", 190 lbs., Fr.)
WR Deon Long, Iowa Western CC (6'1", 190 lbs., So.)
TE Rodney Whitehead, Dean College, Mass. (5'10", 182 lbs., So.)
OL Steve Gurrola, Glendale CC, Ariz. (6'2", 285 lbs., So.)
OL Justin Manu, Snow College, Utah (6'5", 280 lbs., Fr.)
OL Frederick Moore, Jones County JC, Miss. (6'3", 325 lbs., So.)
OL Dallas Hinkhouse, Iowa Western CC (6'5", 270 lbs., So.)
OL John McClure, Butler CC, Kan. (6'4", 310 lbs., So.)
K Lance Irvin, Iowa Western CC (6', 175 lbs., So.)
RS Tyreek Hill, Garden City CC, Kan. (5'10", 180 lbs., Fr.)
Second-Team Offense
QB Nick Marshall, Garden City CC, Kan. (6'2", 210 lbs., So.)
RB Aaron Wimberly, Iowa Western CC (5'11", 180 lbs., So.)
RB Terrell Lane, Hutchinson CC, Kan. (5'11", 226 lbs., So.)
WR Ed'Marques Batties, Kilgore College, Texas (6', 190 lbs., So.)
WR Javess Blue, Butler CC, Kan. (6'1", 184 lbs., So.)
TE Emmanuel Bibbs, Arizona Western College (6'3", 245 lbs., So.)
OL Dionte Savage, Arizona Western College (6'5", 345 lbs., So.)
OL P.J. Scott, Northeastern Okla. A&M College (6'3", 290 lbs., So.)
OL Austin Douglas, Northwest Mississippi CC (6'2", 320 lbs., So.)
OL TC Jones, Tyler JC, Texas (6'3", 311 lbs., So.)
OL Trenton Brown, Georgia Military College (6'8", 350 lbs., So.)
K Michael Mesh, Hutchinson CC, Kan. (5'10", 174 lbs., So.)
RS Jarret Smith, Jones County JC, Miss. (5'7", 160 lbs., Fr.)
Honorable Mention Offense
QB Tyrik Rollison, Tyler JC, Texas (6'1", 203 lbs., So.)
QB Quez Johnson, East Mississippi CC (6'1", 225 lbs., Fr.)
RB Louis Johnson, Nassau CC, N.Y. (5'11", 185 lbs., So.)
RB Traylon Shead, Navarro College, Texas (6'2", 225 lbs., So.)
RB Rueben Ducksworth, Jones County JC, Miss. (5'11", 210 lbs., So.)
WR Damond Powell, Snow College, Utah (5'11", 175 lbs., So.)
WR Ouslet Volcy, ASA, N.Y. (5'9", 175 lbs., So.)
TE Gerard Shillow, Navarro College, Texas (6'3", 245 lbs., So.)
OL Byron Pinkston, Dean College, Mass. (6'3", 295 lbs., So.)
OL Matt Finnin, College of DuPage, Ill. (6'6", 290 lbs., Fr.)
OL Mike Smithburg, Iowa Western CC (6'4", 310 lbs., So.)
K Stephen Brauchle, Mississippi Gulf Coast CC (5'11", 185 lbs., Fr.)
RS Devin Thomas, Iowa Western CC (5'9", 170 lbs., So.)
2012 NJCAA Football All-America Teams
December 12, 2012
First-Team Defense
DL Devon Nash, Iowa Western CC (6'5", 265 lbs., So.)
DL Ofa Hautau, Snow College, Utah (6'2", 290 lbs., So.)
DL Quincy Russell, Trinity Valley CC, Texas (6'4", 310 lbs., So.)
DL Risean Broussard, Hinds CC, Miss. (6'2", 280 lbs., Fr.)
LB Charles Woods, Kilgore College, Texas (5'11", 200 lbs., So.)
LB Shawn Johnson, Northland CTC, Minn. (6', 205 lbs., So.)
LB Martell Spaight, Coffeyville CC, Kan. (6', 218 lbs., So.)
DB Justin Cox, East Mississippi CC (6'3", 190 lbs., So.)
DB Damarious Randal, Mesa CC, Ariz. (5'11", 171 lbs., Fr.)
DB Marc Mauro, Nassau CC, N.Y. (6'1", 195 lbs., So.)
DB Kevin Short, Fort Scott CC, Kan. (6'2", 185 lbs., So.)
P Johnathan Harrison, Northeast Mississippi CC (6'6", 195 lbs., So.)
Second-Team Defense
DL Toby Johnson, Hutchinson CC, Kan. (6'4", 304 lbs., So.)
DL Darvin Fowler, Mesabi Range CTC, Minn. (6'2", 278 lbs., So.)
DL Jeff Brown, College of DuPage, Ill. (6'4", 300 lbs., So.)
DL Za'Darius Smith, East Mississippi CC (6'6", 255 lbs., So.)
LB Jordan Bialke, Central Lakes College, Minn. (6'1", 216 lbs., So.)
LB Amara Kamara, Nassau CC, N.Y. (6'1", 220 lbs., So.)
LB Terrell Porter, Iowa Western CC (6'4", 220 lbs., So.)
DB Thomas McDonald, Navarro College, Texas (6'4", 170 lbs., So.)
DB Caleb Leichtnam, Rochester CTC, Minn. (6', 188 lbs., So.)
DB Tate Omli, Butler CC, Kan. (5'10", 200 lbs., So.)
DB Jared Hoemberg, Central Lakes College, Minn. (6', 220 lbs., So.)
P Chris Van Orden, Snow College, Utah (6'1", 210 lbs., So.)
Honorable Mention Defense
DL Terrell Brooks, Navarro College, Texas (6'4", 290 lbs., So.)
DL Jake Miller, Snow College, Utah (6'2", 240 lbs., So.)
DL Desmond Hollin, ASA, N.Y. (6'4", 265 lbs., So.)
DL Lavon Hooks, Northeast Mississippi CC (6'4", 290 lbs., So.)
LB Damien Wilson, Jones County JC, Miss. (6'3", 230 lbs., So.)
LB Tommy Sanders, Butler CC, Kan. (6'2", 215 lbs., So.)
LB Devin Coney, Erie CC, N.Y. (6'1", 232 lbs., Fr.)
DB Isaiah Johnson, Iowa Western CC (6'1", 210 lbs., Fr.)
DB ShaquilleFluker, East Mississippi CC (6'2", 205 lbs., So.)
DB James Jones, Kilgore College, Texas (5'11", 180 lbs., So.)
DB Neville Hewitt, Georgia Military College (6'2", 220 lbs., So.)
P Mitch Bonnstetter, Iowa Central CC (6'1", 179 lbs., Fr


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