Metrowest Daily News Football All Stars
Posted by Andrea Murphy on Dec 25 2004 at 04:00PM PST
BOBBY EVERS Holliston In the small-school Tri-Valley League, a 6-foot-1, 275-pound athlete can dominate. And that's just what Evers did this fall. The TVL's Lineman of the Year was key to Holliston's high-scoring offense at tackle and was moved around on the defensive to match up with the opposition's best trenchman. Evers isn't just big, either, as the four-year starter's athleticism made him dangerous on the edges in pulling situations. The senior also throws shot put in indoor track and plays defense in lacrosse. He'll focus on football next year at WPI. TYLER PARRINO Holliston If there's one player who was most responsible for Holliston's meteoric rise back into contention in the Tri-Valley League, it is Parrino. The league MVP and offensive player of the year, Parrino threw for 1,350 yards and 18 touchdowns against just three interceptions. The senior captain also rushed for 611 yards and five scores in his second year as a starter. He's back for a second year at point guard on the basketball team, which he quarterbacked to the TVL title last winter, and pitches and plays the outfield for the baseball team. The National Honor Society member is looking to playing football next year at either Middlebury or Washington & Lee.
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