WHC Falcons earn league title, individual awards in football

From West Hills College
Falcons' Coach Cam Olson
Falcons' Coach Cam Olson

It’s the end of the football season for community colleges and with the season’s end comes the Golden Coast League post-season awards. The West Hills College Coalinga Falcons, who recently finished out their season with an overall 9-2 record, an undefeated 6-0 in conference record, and as the League champions earned several awards for players and staff. The nominees were chosen by the league’s head coaches.

“It is great to see that so many of our Falcons have been awarded All-Conference honors this year,” said Cam Olson, Head Coach. “I greatly appreciate that all of the head coaches from around the Golden Coast League made the choice to vote for our guys and to recognize us in this way.”

Coach Cam Olson was named the League Coach of the Year while Caleb Wilson, a linebacker, was named the Defensive Player of the Year. Several players, including Wilson, were named to the All-Conference team: Defensive End Ualesi “Wes” Sale; Defensive Back Mason Kualii Moe; Wide Receiver Dandre Fuller; Running Back D’Anthony Cross; Offensive Lineman Kameron Gomness; Linebacker Michael Taliulu; Defensive Back Shavon Prince; Defensive End Tashad Charity; and Punter James Hague.

Additionally, some players received honorable mentions: Defensive Line Tyrone Smith; Wide Receiver Ryan Fila; Tight End Ryan Hardin; Defensive End Damian Horton; and Defensive Back Gregory Haywood. 

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