Four Warriors earn first team conference honors

John Rohlf, Sports Editor
Posted 11/11/22

Ten Warrenton football players earned first or second team Gateway Athletic Conference honors. 

Four Warriors were named to the GAC North first team. Multiple Warriors were also named to the …

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Four Warriors earn first team conference honors

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Ten Warrenton football players earned first or second team Gateway Athletic Conference honors. 

Four Warriors were named to the GAC North first team. Multiple Warriors were also named to the second team. 

Warrenton sophomore Austin Haas was one of four Warriors to earn first team conference honors. Haas was named to the team as a running back. Haas ran for 574 yards in four conference games this season. He averaged over 5.4 yards per carry in conference games. He rushed for three touchdowns. He also hauled in nine catches for 114 yards. On the season, Haas rushed for 1,116 yards and seven touchdowns. He averaged over five yards per carry. He also hauled in 18 catches for 208 yards on the season. 

Junior quarterback Charlie Blondin made the GAC North first team as an athlete. Blondin threw for 740 yards and 10 touchdowns in four GAC North games this season. He also rushed for three touchdowns. Blondin threw for 1,456 yards over the course of the season. He threw 14 touchdowns. Blondin made his Warrenton debut in the Warriors’ fourth game of the season. 

Warrenton sophomore Kadin Stroer was named to the GAC North first team as a linebacker. In four conference games, Stroer recorded 42 total tackles, including 24 solo tackles. He also had four sacks. On the season, he registered 112 total tackles, including 65 solo tackles. He also had six sacks and one fumble recovery. 

Senior Colton Brosenne was named to the GAC North first team as a punter. Brosenne punted 11 times for 406 yards in conference games. He averaged 36.9 yards per punt in conference games. On the season, Brosenne punted 29 times for 1,095 yards, a 37.7 yard average. 

Brosenne was also named to the GAC North second team as a wide receiver and a defensive back. Brosenne caught 17 passes for 258 yards and six touchdowns in conference games. He registered 21 total tackles  in conference games. He also intercepted two passes in conference games. On the season, he caught 35 passes for 568 yards and eight touchdowns. Defensively, he recorded 44 total tackles and two interceptions. 

Sophomore Mason Thompson was also named to the GAC North second team as a wide receiver. Thompson caught 10 passes for 213 yards and four touchdowns in conference games. He had 435 receiving yards and six touchdowns on the season. 

Alex Wilson was named to the second team as an offensive lineman. 

Jacob Ruff, Aidan Bond, Quincy Dodson and Javon Blair were all named to the GAC North second team on the defensive side.

Ruff was named to the second team as a defensive lineman. He registered 22 total tackles in conference games. He also had two sacks. He had 55 total tackles, five sacks and two fumble recoveries on the season. 

Bond and Dodson were named to the second team at the linebacker position. Bond registered 32 total tackles and one sack in GAC North games this season. He had 78 total tackles and three sacks on the season. Dodson had 32 total tackles, one sack and two fumble recoveries in conference games this season. He had 65 total tackles, four sacks, three fumble recoveries and one interception on the season. 

Blair was named to the conference’s second team as a defensive back. He had 28 total tackles in conference games this season. He had 60 total tackles and two interceptions on the season. 

Mitchell Williams earned the sportsmanship award. 

The Warriors also had several student athletes earn academic all-conference honors. Brosenne, Haas, Ruff, Stroer, Wilson, Peyton Dawson, Tyler Faerber, Joe Goldsmith, Treyvian Guthrie, Chance Klasing, Jack Morris, Timmy Ray, Evan Schenck and Carter Tittel all earned 2022 academic GAC honors. 

Warrenton finished the season 3-1 in GAC North games. They finished the regular season with a 3-6 overall record. 

Warrenton beat North Point 33-25 in the first round of the district tournament. They fell to Hannibal last week in the district semifinals. 

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