Lefebvre and Mack among Section V alumni named NY Made Football All-Americans

Liberty Flames running back Joshua Mack (8) rushes ball during the second-quarter action against Coastal Carolina during the Cure Bowl at Camping World Stadium. (Photo: Douglas DeFelice-USA TODAY Sports)


Zac Lefebvre (Victor) was one of the top receivers for the University at Buffalo and Joshua Mack (Pittsford Sutherland) was the second-leading rusher at Liberty University.

The pair of seniors were among five Section V alumni named NY Made Football All-Americans for their performances in college football this season.

Mack was second on the Flames in carries (139), total rushing yards (797) and yards per game (79.7). The 5-foot-11 senior scored four touchdowns as well. Mack’s best game of the season was on October 3rd when he scrambled for 130 yards on 16 carries in a 28-7 victory over North Alabama.

The former Pittsford Mendon star stepped up in the Flames’ bowl game as well. In their 37-34 win over Coastal Carolina at the FBC Mortgage Cure Bowl in Orlando, Mack compiled 14 rushes for 105 yards.

Lefebvre recorded 13 catches for 169 receiving yards and a touchdown for the Bulls. The 6-foot-6 tight end’s best contest of the season was on November 10th when he corralled four balls for 67 yards and his lone touchdown in a 42-10 win over Miami University.

Jack Klenk (Pittsford Sutherland), Jake Molinich (Pittsford Sutherland) and Mike Novitsky (Victor) joined Lefebvre as All-Americans representing the Bulls. Klenk and Novitsky both played on the offensive line while Molinich was a blocking tight end.

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