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All-Met Watch

There are a number of additions and changes to this week's All-Met watch for offense and defense. As always, is there anyone we missed? Who do you think deserves to be on first team that is on the bubble and vice versa? Let us know in the comments section below.

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By Katie Carrera  |  October 13, 2009; 9:34 AM ET
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Any list of kickers has to include senior John McConnell of West Springfield. The preseason All-State pick this year, and All-District and All-Region pick last year, has finally been given opportunities by the new coaching staff. His 45 yard FG against TC Williams won the game, and this past Friday against South County, he basically was WS's only weapon as he was 3/3 in FG's(23, 23 & 42),put three kick-offs into the endzone and successfully executed an on-side kick that was recovered. He is 6/7 in FG's this year and 15/18 in his two years on varsity.

Posted by: watcher6 | October 13, 2009 6:06 PM | Report abuse

Still waiting for recognition of John McConnell of West Springfield. His FG against Annandale proved to be the winning margin, as was his FG against TC Williams. He is now 7/8 in FG's this season leading the state in FG percentage.

Posted by: watcher6 | October 20, 2009 8:13 AM | Report abuse

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