Davis’ total stats were 89 completions on 134 pass attempts for 1336 yards and 15 touchdowns with nine interceptions. On the ground, he scampered for 123 yards on 41 carries and four scores.
Fonseca made 35 tackles, 16 for a loss, five sacks, and two fumble recoveries, one of which he returned for a touchdown.
Overall, for the Falcons program since Allen and Assistant Christopher Sino took over the program in 2018, with 2020 lost due to COVID-19, they will have at least 10 players on college rosters next fall, two of which have earned DII scholarships: defensive player Michael Oriakhi (Tiffin University) and two-way standout Isaiah Allen (Pace University).
The 6-foot, 270-pound Fonseca, who holds a 3.0 GPA, was an integral part of a lockdown defense which led the PSAL Falcons to 7-0 league record and to the playoffs.
Davis completed 41 of 49 passes for 857 yards and 10 touchdowns and only one interception in four regular season league games. He also rushed for 97 yards on 14 carries with four scores.
The 5-foot-10, 194-pound senior made 43 tackles, had four sacks, an interception, and touchdown in seven games this past PSAL season.
The 6-foot, 180-pound Schroeder, who also plays football for Rumson-Fair Haven, rushed for 1090 yards and 13 touchdowns on 165 attempts this past season.
Isaiah Allen had a choice of colleges to pick to study and play the game at the next level, including Division I LIU and Wagner, and Division II Assumption and Pace. Plus, he had interest from other schools.
Gifted two-way standout Isaiah Allen had a monster season, and awaits more football offers to come.
Chatham girls' basketball improves to 5-2 in win at home on Saturday night,