WBNG Binghamton - Ask any football coach at any level what it takes to win and they'll say you have to win the battle in the trenches.
And more often than not, these guys dominated on the line, both offensively and defensively....our top lineman from 2010.
He was the biggest match-up problem for opponents in the biggest class of section 4.
265 pound Reggie Feaster was a dominant force on the defensive line, wracking up 56 tackles and 9 and a half sacks.
Feaster was also a force on the offensive line.
Senior Cameron Buglione helped anchor a Vestal Golden Bears line that paved the way for a record setting season for running back Thad Zaparzynski.
Buglione could follow in his brother's footsteps and continue his football career in college.
But instead, he will head to South Bend, to play lacrosse for Notre Dame.
One opposing coach called Class B winner Spencer Wallach a man against boys.
And for good reason.
At 6 foot 3, 230 pounds, Wallach was a force on both sides of the ball.
During the first state playoff game, coaches and players paid Wallach the highest compliment.
Always asking where #77 is.
Wallach will continue his football career at Colgate.
Our top lineman in Class C continues his family legacy on both sides of the ball.
Jacob DuBois is a big part of the Chenango Forks rushing attack on offense.
And one of the most difficult matchups for opposing offenses on the defensive line.
They say center is one of the most important positions on the offensive line.
In that case, the Walton Warriors don't need to worry about next year.
6 foot 3, 265 pound center Justin DiJiulio will be back to anchor that line next year.
And he is one of the reasons the area's all time winningest coach Jim Hoover is excited to return next season.