Football: The Kane County Chronicle All-Area teamBy JACOB BARTELSON - firstname.lastname@example.orgNov. 21, 2018 Here is the Kane County Chronicle All-Area team. [Matthew Apgar - email@example.com]Jonathan Alstott, Kaneland, senior, running back: A four-year varsity player, Alstott led the area in rushing yards at the end of the regular season with 1,044 yards and 12 touchdowns. [Sean King for Shaw Media]Luke Barresi, St. Charles North, senior, kicker: Barresi is 36-for-36 on PATs heading into the 7A state championship game, and is 10-for-17 on field goal attempts, with a long of 44 yards. [Sandy Bressner - firstname.lastname@example.org]Dylan Barrett, St. Charles East, junior, offensive line: Committed to Wisconsin from a host of Division I offers. All-conference selection for Saints. [Mary Beth Nolan for Shaw Media]Sam Barus, Batavia, junior, defensive back: Barus was an absolute force all over the field, leading the team with 95 tackles. Barus had 13 tackles for loss and six sacks. [Sean King for Shaw Media]Kyler Brown, St. Charles North, junior, quarterback: After older brother Peyton Brown tore his ACL in Week 1, Kyler Brown took over and guided the North Stars to their first-ever state championship appearance. Brown averages nearly 132 passing yards per game, and has 16 touchdowns heading into the state championship game. [Sandy Bressner - email@example.com]Robert Carne, St. Charles East, senior, linebacker: Carne was the rock in the middle of the Saints defense this season, bruising his way to an area-leading 108 tackles, five tackles for loss, and one sack to conclude the regular season. [Matthew Apgar - firstname.lastname@example.org]Colton Doll, Kaneland, junior, wide receiver: Doll burst onto the scene with 24 receptions, 447 yards, second-highest in the area, and four touchdowns to conclude the regular season. [Mary Beth Nolan]Drew Hahn, Kaneland, senior, defensive/offensive line: A Class 6A All-State selection, Hahn was a force on both sides of the ball. Hahn had 60 tackles, 21 of them for loss, and four sacks. [Sean King for Shaw Media]Egon Hein, St. Charles North, senior, defensive back: Hein climbed the ladder from third teamer to starting free safety, emerging as one of the area's best. Hein has 80 tackles, for for loss. [David Toney for Shaw Media]Evan Holden, Batavia, senior, offensive line: Holden helped pave the way for a Batavia offense that averaged 262 rushing yards and 418.5 total offensive yards per game heading into the 7A semifinals. [Sandy Bressner - email@example.com]Justin Hull, St. Charles East, senior, offensive line: Named to the Class 8A All-State team, Hull was a star tackle for the Saints that gained a ton of recognition this season. He was named the DuKane Conference's Most Outstanding Offensive Lineman. [Sandy Bressner - firstname.lastname@example.org]Michael Jansey, Batavia, senior, linebacker: Committed to Northwestern, Class 7A All-Stater was recently voted to participate in the Under Armour All-America Game in Orlando. Jansey recorded 71 tackles, 22 for loss,10 sacks and 26 quarterback hurries. Jansey also ran for 330 yards and four touchdowns. [Sandy Bressner - email@example.com]Justin Jett, St. Charles East, senior, running back: Briefly hampered by injuries, Jett still ran with a vengeance. The four-year varsity player finished his senior season with 753 rushing yards and eight touchdowns to conclude the regular season. [Karen Naess for Shaw Media]Alec Kritta, St. Charles North, senior, wide receiver: Arguably the area's most improved receiver, the 6-foot-3 speedster has 47 receptions for 860 yards and 12 touchdowns heading into the 7A state championship game.Brendan Krohe, Geneva, senior, running back: Krohe was a bright spot for the Vikings amid a tough season. Krohe, who bounced back from a broken fibula, dislocated ankle and three torn tendons suffered last year, finished with 787 rushing yards and eight touchdowns. [Sandy Bressner - firstname.lastname@example.org]Daniel Majewski, Geneva, senior, linebacker: Majewski was one of the most productive, complete linebackers in the area this season. Named all-conference, Majewski finished the regular season with 105 tackles. [Gary E Duncan Sr for Shaw Media]Jack Meyers, Batavia, senior quarterback: Meyers led one of the area's most explosive offenses all the way to the 7A semifinals. Meyers threw for 1,844 yards and 20 touchdowns heading into the semifinals.Kyle Moring, Burlington Central, senior, linebacker: Moring was a definite bright spot on the Rockets during a challenging season, powering his way to 101 tackles and one sack. [Sean King for Shaw Media]Tyler Nubin, St. Charles North, senior: Minnesota recruit is one of the state's top all-purpose players. He's starred at defensvie back, receiver and running back out of the wildcat formation with 530 rushing yards, 638 receiving yards, 21 combined touchdowns and 51 tackles on defense. [Karen Naess for Shaw Media]Dami Oshin, St. Charles North, senior, defensive line: Didn't start playing football until his sophomore year, then developed into one of the area's premier pass rushers alongside his brother, DJ, and Johnny Ambrogio. Heading into the 7A state championship game, Oshin has 66 tackles and 20 tackles-for-loss.Ben Radel, St. Francis, junior, defensive back: Perhaps highly underrated across the area, Radel led the Spartans with 71.5 tackles, 9.5 tackles-for-loss and one forced fumble.Tommy Rittenhouse, St. Francis, sophomore, quarterback: Rittenhouse led the offensive resurgence for the Spartans, who fought their way to a playoff appearance after back-to-back 1-8 seasons. Rittenhouse threw for 1,424 yards and 21 touchdowns. [Gary E Duncan Sr for Shaw Media]Art Taylor, Batavia, junior, running back: A perfect complement to Quinn Urwiler, Taylor embraced a huge role in the Batavia offense. Taylor had five games of over 100 yards rushing, finishing with 1,125 rushing yards and nine touchdowns while averaging 7.1 yards-per-carry. [Gary E Duncan Sr for Shaw Media]Quinn Urwiler, Batavia, junior, linebacker/running back: One of the area's most complete players, Urwiler starred as a linebacker (73 tackles, 18.5 tackles for loss, 7.5 sacks), running back (792 rushing yards, 18 touchdowns) and a long snapper on field goals. [Gary E Duncan Sr for Shaw Media]Zack Weber, Batavia, senior, wide receiver: A reliable target for Jack Meyers all season long, Weber led the team with 31 receptions for 537 yards and six touchdowns. [David Toney - For Shaw Media]Luke Weerts, Batavia, senior, linebacker: Committed to North Dakota State, Weerts finished his senior season with 88 tackles and 20 tackles-for-loss. Weerts averaged 7.3 tackles per game, had seven sacks and 19 quarterback hurries.Alex Westendorf, St. Charles North, senior, offensive line: Committed to South Dakota State, Westendorf anchored North line for Class 7A finalists. [Mary Beth Nolan for Shaw Media]Jackson Williams, Batavia, senior, defensive back: Williams was another defensive standout for the Bulldogs, finishing with 79 tackles, five of them for loss. Williams also kicked the game-tying field goal to send Batavia into overtime in Class 7A quarterfinal win.