Postseason Honors Go to 14 BHS Athletes

All four of Brentwood’s senior co-captains were named to the all-district first team. Shown here during the coin toss at Principia, they are (from left) Danny Lynch, Keith Bowman, Jake Caragher and Tyler Jones. (Photo by Steve Bowman)

By Steve Bowman
Editor, The Brentwood Spirit

Fourteen Brentwood High School students received post-season honors recently for their performance in football, volleyball and boys’ soccer.

Nine members of the BHS football team were named to the All-District 3 first team. Three BHS volleyball team members were named to the All-South Central Athletic Association Conference (SCAAC) first and second teams. Two Brentwood soccer players were also named to the All-SCAAC first and second teams.

David Rivera
Shown here making a tackle against Crystal City, David Rivera was named first team all-district on both offense and defense. (Photo by Steve Bowman)

Football

The BHS football team won the Class 2, District 3 championship game so it’s no wonder the Eagles are well represented on the all-district team. David Rivera was named to both the first team offense and the first team defense. Tyler Jones and Danny Lynch were named to the first team defense and received honorable mentions for their offensive play.

Jordan Groth
In his first year as a starter at quarterback, junior Jordan Groth was named to the all-district first team. He’s shown here in the playoff game against MRH. (Photo by Steve Bowman)


All-District First Team Offense:

Keith Bowman, senior, offensive guard
Jake Caragher, senior, punter/kicker
Nick Featherston, junior, tight end
Jordan Groth, junior, quarterback
Rekardo Owens, junior, running back
David Rivera, junior, offensive tackle

Mykell Hudspeth
Mykell Hudspeth was named to the all-district first team as a defensive lineman. Here he recovers a fumble against Principia. (Photo by Steve Bowman)

All-District First Team Defense:

Mykell Hudspeth, junior, defensive lineman
Tyler Jones, senior, linebacker
Danny Lynch, senior, defensive back
Rivera, defensive line

Nick Featherston
Nick Featherston gains 12 yards against Lutheran South. He was named to the all-district first team as a tight end. (Photo by Steve Bowman)

All-District Honorable Mention:

Jones, fullback
Lynch, running back

Rekardo Owens
Rekardo Owens was named to the all-district first team as a running back. He’s shown here against Principia. (Photo by Steve Bowman)


Girls’ Volleyball

Brentwood took second place in the conference, made it to the district championship game and finished with a record of 20-11-2. They’re one of three teams in the six-team conference to have two players make the all-conference first team.

Conference Player of the Year: Nell Briggs, Crossroads

Tracy Habermehl
Tracy Habermehl made the all-conference first team in volleyball. She’s shown here before the match against Cardinal Ritter in the district tournament. (Photo by Steve Bowman)


All-Conference First Team:

Tracy Habermehl, senior, Brentwood
Olivia Snare, senior, Brentwood
Dominique Brenston, Crossroads
Claudia Testa, Crossroads
Amber Sinclair, Maplewood-Richmond Heights
Mariah Russell, Maplewood-Richmond Heights
Brittany Walker, Bayless

Olivia Snare
Olivia Snare helped lead the Brentwood volleyball team to 20 wins last fall. She’s pictured here being introduced before beating Cardinal Ritter in the district tournament. (Photo by Steve Bowman)

All-Conference Second Team:

Hannah Linneman, senior, Brentwood
Brittney Dunworth, Bayless
Erica Dennison, Bayless
Chelsea Mann, Valley Park
Laila Aitaj-Kaddour, Hancock
Brittney Poole, Maplewood-Richmond Heights
Lindsey Emery, Crossroads

Dustin Snead
Sophomore defender Dustin Snead (right) was voted to the all-conference first team. (Photo by Steve Bowman)

Boys’ Soccer

Fourteen of the 22 members of the 2011 BHS soccer team were either freshmen or sophomores. So perhaps it’s fitting that the Eagles’ only first team all-conference selection is a sophomore.

“He’s just a phenomenal one-v-one defender,” head coach Cory Grage said of sweeper Dustin Sneed. “He’s got lightning fast feet and he can always get back.”

Brentwood’s only other all-league selection was its leading scorer, forward Qais Noori.

It was a rebuilding season for the Eagles as they finished 3-15 overall and 2-7 (fifth place) in the six-team conference.

Conference Player of the Year: John Barron, Maplewood-Richmond Heights

All-Conference First Team:

Dustin Sneed, sophomore, sweeper, Brentwood
Fazlo Alihodzic, Bayless
Ramo Mesanovic, Bayless
Edmir Oric, Bayless
Brian Dang, Valley Park
Josiah Rempel, Valley Park
Nate Venterella, Valley Park
Henrik Kowalkowski, Crossroads
Andrew Witherspoon, Crossroads
Sam Martin, Maplewood-Richmond Heights
Vahdet Salihovic, Hancock

All-Conference Second Team:

Qais Noori, senior, forward, Brentwood
Enis Brdarevic, Bayless
Mahir Omeragic, Bayless
Kemal Racinovic, Bayless
Adis Sahbaz, Bayless
Dzenis Krivic, Bayless
Nick Gee-Salter, Crossroads
Brendan Wood, Crossroads
Elijah Kessler, Crossroads
Scott Johnson, Valley Park
Chad Kurowski, Valley Park

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