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High School Football Dream Team: Lawson credits line for success

CdM's standout quarterback feasted on opponents and treated his offensive line as gratitude.

December 26, 2011|By David Carrillo PeƱaloza

The senior outside linebacker performed at a high level in the seven games he played for the Sailors. Cochran suffered a season-ending concussion in Newport Harbor's 35-21 upset of Los Alamitos, making it possible for the Sailors to move closer to clinching a CIF Southern Section Pac-5 Division playoff berth for the third consecutive year. Cochran made 85 tackles, sacked the quarterback twice and intercepted one pass. In the Sailors' season opener at Trabuco Hills, he finished with 15 solo tackles. He earned first-team All-Sunset League honors. Cochran is a two-time Dream Team pick.

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Frasier Anderson

Corona del Mar

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The senior outside linebacker led the Sea Kings' talented linebacker group with 100 tackles. Anderson played the run very well and he was strong in pass coverage. He intercepted two passes, returning one 98 yards for a touchdown in a Pacific Coast League game against University and returning one 20 yards for a touchdown in the semifinals of the CIF Southern Section Southern Division playoffs against Laguna Beach. He added two sacks, two fumble recoveries and one forced fumble. Anderson earned first-team All-Pacific Coast League honors.

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Oronde Crenshaw

Costa Mesa

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The sophomore middle linebacker is the youngest and brightest talent out of all the defensive players on the Dream Team. Crenshaw was a tackling machine as he led the area with 130 tackles, to go with eight tackles for losses, five sacks and two interceptions, one returned for a touchdown. Crenshaw was one of biggest hitters and he might dole out more punishment as a running back next year with Mario Smith graduating. He will be a load on either side of the ball. Crenshaw earned first-team All-Orange Coast League honors.

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Kory Cablay

Newport Harbor

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The senior cornerback faced stiff competition on a weekly basis and held his own. Cablay intercepted two passes, none bigger than the one he picked off in a must-win situation at home against Los Alamitos. Midway through the fourth quarter, Cablay intercepted a deep pass to end Los Alamitos' best shot to tie the game. The Sailors won, 35-21, helping them in their efforts to finish third in the Sunset League and qualify for the CIF Southern Section Pac-5 Division playoffs. He made 36 tackles. Cablay earned first-team All-Sunset League honors.

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Levi Stillman

Estancia

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