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Trevor Mew had a phenomenal final season with Central Valley High School's varsity football team.

The senior completed 73 percent of his passes for 2,957 yards, 29 touchdowns and eight interceptions on his way to tallying the second-best quarterback rating in the Sac-Joaquin Section (138).

Mew was named Valley Oak League Offensive Player of the Year in a unanimous vote by the conference's coaches on Monday, Dec. 8 at David and Sylvia's Family Dining in Manteca.

Trevor guided an offense that averaged 28.1 points and 382 yards per game.

"It went to the right person," Hawks head coach Tim Garcia said. "We're very excited and happy for him. He really deserves it. Offensively, nobody stopped us all year except for Hilmar."

Central Valley teammates Tyler Dodd, Rick Rogers, Deangelo Williams, Stephen Fonsworth and Vince Lopez were also rewarded for their outstanding play.

"It's nice for us to get some respect," Garcia said. "It's a credit to all of the kids."

Dodd, Rogers and Williams made the VOL first team.

Tyler, a senior offensive lineman, received second-team accolades the previous two seasons. He didn't miss a single game during his three-year varsity career.

"He started 30 straight games for us," Garcia said. "He worked hard."

One of just two league players to be recognized for his offense and defense, Rick starred at receiver and cornerback. The senior caught 62 passes for 890 yards and 10 touchdowns.

Deangelo, a junior wideout, finished the year with 58 receptions, 1,137 yards and 13 touchdowns.

"We had the two best receivers in the area," Garcia said. "They had some big games."

Stephen and Vince were named to the VOL second team.

Fonsworth, a senior tight end, hauled in 28 passes for 430 yards and two touchdowns.

Lopez, a junior running back, had 794 yards rushing and 501 receiving to go along with nine touchdowns. He also tallied a team-leading three interceptions at cornerback.

Alex Casas (Jr. RB/LB), Nick Mead (Jr. LB), Nate Lopez (Jr. OL/DL), Dario Manriquez (Jr. OL/DL) and Michael Melton (Jr. OL/DL) received honorable-mention recognition.

Central Valley finished 5-5 on the year and in fifth place in the VOL standings (3-4).

The Hawks lost by a combined five points to conference runner-up Sierra and Sac-Joaquin Section Division V champion Hilmar.

"We're going in the right direction," Garcia said.