Here is the Kane County All-Area teamBy JACOB BARTELSONEmailFollowNov. 27, 2019 Led by Player of the Year Quinn Urwiler, here is the Kane County Chronicle All-Area football team. Dylan Barrett, St. Charles East, senior, offensive line: Barrett, a Wisconsin commit, helped anchor the Saints offensive line. Barrett was an all-conference selection and named the DuKane Conference's Outstanding Offensive Lineman.Sam Barus, Batavia, senior, defensive back: A Bucknell recruit, Barus led the Bulldogs in tackles with 107. Barus averaged nearly nine tackles per game and had four for loss. Barus had four interceptions and 13 passes defensed.Dylan Calabrese Kaneland, senior, linebacker/running back: Calabrese led Kaneland with 76 total tackles. Calabrese also had seven tackles for loss, two hurried passes and an interception and fumble recovery apiece.Gino Cerrone, St. Charles East, senior, defensive back/wide receiver: Cerrone was second on the team in tackles with 51 total tackles and had a team-high four interceptions during the regular season. Cerrone, an all-conference selection, also had 374 receiving yards on 24 receptions.Cole Conn, St. Charles East, senior, running back: Conn emerged as one of the conference's best running backs in his final season. Conn had 763 rushing yards and 12 touchdowns for 170 carries in the regular season. Conn also had 280 receiving yards.Reilly Corken, Batavia, senior linebacker: A breakout player for the Bulldogs, Corken helped solidify the linebackers corps. Corken had three sacks and 15 quarterback hurries. Corken also had 81 total tackles with nine for loss.Nick DeMarco, St. Charles North, jr., running back: DeMarco, a Notre Dame baseball recruit, was a constant in the North Stars backfield. Following up a stellar sophomore campaign, DeMarco had 804 rushing yards and 15 touchdowns. DeMarco was named all-conference.Colton Doll, Kaneland, senior, wide receiver: Doll had 28 catches for 423 yards and four touchdowns.Ryan French, St. Francis, senior, wide receiver: French was part of the Spartans' explosive team that reached the Class 4A quarterfinals. French had 575 receiving yards and nine touchdowns on 26 receptions.Ben Furtney, St. Charles North, sr., linebacker: An all-conference selection, Furtney finished a three-year varsity career with a 58 total tackles, eight for loss as a senior. Furtney, a Blue-Grey All-American selection, had three passes defensed and one sack.Max Gagne, Kaneland, senior, wide receiver/defensive back: Gagne had 519 receiving yards and six touchdowns on 27 receptions for the Knights.Major Haas, Marmion, senior, running back/linebacker: A two-way standout, Haas helped pace the Cadets to the second round of the postseason. Haas had 328 rushing yards, 186 receiving yards and 74 tackles with 12 for loss in the regular season.Nathan Hull, St. Charles East, senior, defensive back/wide receiver: Hull blossomed into one of quarterback Nathan Hayes' security blankets on the field. Hull had 26 receptions for 518 yards and eight touchhdowns in the regular season.Matt Muetterties, Burlington Central, senior, lineman: A Western Illinois commit, Muetterties starred in the trenches for the Rockets. Muetterties had 76 total tackles, 15 tackles for loss, 19 quarterback hurries and five sacks. Muetterties was named to the Class 5A All-State team.Kyle Oroni, Batavia, junior, quarterback: Oroni helped lead the Bulldogs to a Class 7A quarterfinals appearance in his first season as a starter. Oroni had 116 completions for 1,451 passing yards and 17 touchdowns.Sam Pryor, Kaneland, junior, lineman: Pryor was named to the Class 6A All-State team after a standout junior season on both sides of the ball. Defensively, Pryor had 37 tackles and three hurried passes.Ben Radel, St. Francis, senior, running back/linebacker: Radel had 687 rushing yards and 14 touchdowns on 89 carries. Radel also had 33 receptions for 300 yards with 12 TDs.Tommy Rittenhouse, St. Francis, junior, quarterback: Rittenhouse had a phenomenal second season as a starter. Rittenhouse had 1,770 passing yards, on 118 completions. Rittenhouse averaged 221 passing yards per game and threw for 23 touchdowns to just 5 interceptions.Gavin Sarvis, Burlington Central, sophomore, running back: Sarvis took the Fox Valley Conference by storm in his first season as a starter. Sarvis had 711 rushing yards and nine touchdowns on just 134 carries. Sarvis had 834 total yards from scrimmage and 10 total touchdowns.Connor Schmidt, St. Francis, senior, lineman: Schmidt was named to the Class 4A Illinois High School Football Coaches Association All-State team. Schmidt had 36 tackles and 5 for loss defensively, who played on both sides of the ball.Nick Schumann, St. Charles East, senior, linebacker: Schumann was the Saints leading tackler with 87 in the regular season. Schumann also had 6 tackles for loss, 3 interceptions and 1 sack.Joe Smith, Kaneland, senior, quarterback: Smith, a three-year starter, had 1,346 passing yards, 15 touchdowns on 91 completions. Smith averaged 168 passing yards per game, and threw just 5 interceptions.Hank Smith, Geneva, senior, lineman: Smith, an all-conference selection, had 40 tackles, averaged 4 per game and had one sack.Jake Tangorra, St. Francis, senior, wide receiver: Tangorra, opposite of French, had 547 receiving yards with 9 touchdowns on 32 receptions for the Spartans.Art Taylor, Batavia, senior, running back: Among the top rushers in the DuKane Conference, Taylor averaged 106 rush yards per game on just shy of 200 carries. Taylor had 1,275 rushing yards, 168 receiving yards and 15 total touchdowns.Ryan Thiesse, St. Charles North, senior, defensive back: Thiesse returned for his senior season, and was a defensive sparkplug. Thiesse finished with 47 tackles and averaged 5 per game. Thiesse, an all conference selection, had 7 passes defensed.Quinn Urwiler, Batavia, senior, running back/linebacker: The Kane County Chronicle Player of the Year, Urwiler finished his senior season with 77 tackles, 15 for loss and 4.5 sacks. As a running back, Urwiler had 557 rushing yards and 13 touchdowns. Committed to North Dakota.Trey Urwiler, Batavia, junior, wide receiver: Urwiler was one of the top deep threats in the DuKane Conference. Only a junior, Urwiler had 56 receptions for 880 yards and eight touchdowns.Matt Weerts, Batavia, junior, linebacker: Weerts had 86 tackles and eight tackles for loss for the Bulldogs. Weerts also had 2.5 sacks, 2 interceptions and 16 quarterback hurries.Jackson Williams, Batavia, senior, defensive back/kicker: Williams was second on the defense with 88 total tackles and averaged seven tackles per game. Williams had six passes defensed and 2 interceptions. Williams made 48-of-49 extra points and 5-of-6 field goals.