Bottom: LB Knengi Martin, DE Patricia McClain, CB Katie Ott
We would like to congratulate the seven North County Stars who were chosen to represent the West in the upcoming IWFL All-Star Game in Charlotte, North Carolina. The game takes place on Saturday July 23rd as part of the 2016 IWFL Championship Weekend.
The Stars completed their most successful campaign in the team's three-year history, finishing with a 6-2 record and winners of their final three outings.
RB Adriana Bush
Listed as the smallest player on the roster, the 5-foot-1 newcomer made big-time plays that helped propel North County to newfound success in 2016. Bush finished the season with six touchdowns and a team-record 1074 yards, a mark only topped by one player in the IWFL this year. Her most outstanding performance took place on May 7th against the Bakersfield Bombers, where she ran for 252 yards and two explosive touchdowns in just one half of football.
OT Kacey Grierson
Grierson earns her second straight All-Star nod after anchoring an offensive line that led the way for over 2,700 yards of total offense, including 1,990 combined rushing yards.
RB Leslie Hubbell
With the second-most carries on the team, Hubbell rushed for 632 yards and made six trips to the end zone. She also notched 29 tackles, 12 tackles for loss, and two sacks on defense.
LB Knengi Martin
As if she needed anymore accolades, Martin adds First-Team IWFL All-Star to her long list of achievements in women's football. Her first season in North County turned out to be a dominate one as she topped the IWFL in tackles (94), tackles for loss (30), interception returns for touchdowns (3), as well as receiving yards (383). She was also the Stars' leading scorer with eight total touchdowns.
CB Katie Ott
The Stars' defensive captain earns her first All-Star selection after a breakout season where she recorded 36 tackles (1 for loss), 4 pass deflections, a fumble recovery, and an interception.
DE Patricia McClain
LB Mercedes Tyler
As a fullback, Tyler led the way for two outstanding rushers, but it's on defense where she notches her first career All-Star selection. Tyler recorded 33 tackles (7 for loss), a forced fumble, and a interception, while rushing for 159 yards and three scores.