QUARTERBACKS

• Braden Damerell (St. Bede, Jr.): The Bruins’ QB passed for 1,141 yards and six touchdowns and was the Bruins’ leading rusher with 360 yards (3.6 ypc) and five touchdowns.

• Tyler Gibson (Princeton, Jr.): The trigger of the Tigers’ offense, Gibson set a single-season school record with 1,956 yards passing to go with 16 TDs. The BCR co-Player of the Year was the unanimous all-conference QB in the TRAC Mississippi.

RUNNING BACKS

• Marshall Walk (Hall, Sr.): The fleet-footed Hall senior rushed over the 1,000-yard mark (1,052) and eight touchdowns, averaging 8.4 yards per carry. He was a Second Team TRAC Mississippi All-Conference pick.

• Ronde Worrels (Princeton, Jr.): Everyone knew who No. 28 was in the Tigers’ backfield. Worrels set a new single-season rushing record with 1,654 yards and broke the all-time rushing record in the process. He was named First Team All-State in addition to being unanimous all-conference and a BCR co-Player of the Year.

• Cole Wozniak (Hall, Sr.): While Walk provided the speed, Wozniak added the might, rushing for 811 yards and eight touchdowns. He was named First Team TRAC Mississippi All-Conference.

ENDS

• Wyatt Davis (Princeton, Sr.): Another one of the record-breakers in the Tigers’ offense, Davis set both a new single-season and career records with 1,002 yards receiving. The senior transfer had eight TD catches, overcoming a bruised kidney to play in two playoff games. The BCR co-Player of the Year was named Second Team All-State and unanimous all-conference.

• Tyreke Fortney (St. Bede, So.): Just a sophomore, Fortney had the second most receptions (34) and receiving yards (548) in the area. He was named Second Team TRAC Mississippi All-Conference.

• Marcus Winn (A-L-O, Sr.): The senior wideout from LaMoille had another big year for the Clippers with 38 catches for 514 yards and five touchdowns. He was named unanimous First Team NUIC All-Conference.

LINEMEN

• Grant Foes (Princeton, Jr., T/DT): The junior co-captain was a two-way, First Team TRAC Mississippi All-Conference pick at tackle. The co-BCR Player of the Year recorded 74 tackles, including five sacks with an interception.

• Greg Larsen (Hall, Sr., G/DL): The Red Devils’ guard was named First Team TRAC Mississippi All-Conference on offense and earned Second Team honors on defense.

• Alex May (Princeton, Jr., T/NG): The Second Team TRAC Mississippi All-Conference nose guard was a key cog in a Tiger defense that allowed a stingy 9.6 ppg. May had 66 tackles, including 1.5 sacks.

• Sammy McClure (Princeton, Sr., OG/DL): The senior co-captain was a unanimous First Team TRAC Mississippi All-Conference pick at guard and also First Team on the Tigers’ defensive line. He had 45 tackles with two sacks on defense.

• Cole Reynolds (Princeton, Sr., C): The center of the Tigers’ offense, Reynolds was named unanimously as First Team TRAC Mississippi All-Conference. He helped pave the way for the Tigers to put up big numbers

• Alek Vasic (Hall, Sr., T/DL): The Red Devils’ guard was named First Team TRAC Mississippi All-Conference on offense, Second Team on defense.

LINEBACKERS

• Matt Cihocki (Princeton, Sr.): The Second Team TRAC Mississippi All-Conference pick had 106 tackles, including 24 solos and four sacks.

• Daniel Crowe (Princeton, Sr.): The First Team TRAC Mississippi All-Conference linebacker was second only to teammate Drew Harp in the area with 144 tackles, including an area-best six sacks.

• Drew Harp (Princeton, So.): No one recorded more tackles than the sophomore Harp. He had 159 tackles, including 63 solos with three sacks. He was named First Team TRAC Mississippi All-Conference.

• Cole Wozniak (Hall, Sr.): Unanimously named all-conference in the TRAC Mississippi, Wozniak led the Red Devils with 60 tackles, including five sacks.

• Trevor Mooney (St. Bede, Sr.): The Bruins’ top tackler, tied for fourth best in the area (85), was named Second Team TRAC Mississippi All-Conference.

DEFENSIVE BACKS

• Austin Heinecke (Hall, Sr.): The First Team All-Conference pick in the TRAC Mississippi had 37 tackles for the Red Devils.

• Jacob Starr (Princeton, Sr.): A real star in the Tigers’ defensive backfield, he was named unanimously first team all-conference in the TRAC Mississippi. He made 69 tackles with one interception.

• Marshall Walk (Hall, Sr.): Not many receivers got past the speedy Walk, who received Second Team TRAC Mississippi All-Conference honors.

• Marcus Winn (A-L-O, Sr.): Like offense, Winn was named unanimous First Team NUIC All-Conference on defense.

PUNTER

• Tyler Gibson (Princeton, Jr.): The First Team All-Conference punter averaged 38.5 yards per punt with a long of 56 yards.

PLACE KICKER

• Jamie Reinhardt (Princeton, Jr.): The Tiger kicker was the top scorer in the area behind teammate Worrels. He made good on 60 of 66 PATs and five of six field goal attempts, tallying 75 points.

HONORABLE MENTION

A-L-O: Sean Fitzpatrick (Jr., E).

Bureau Valley: Tommy Blanford (Jr., LB), Evan Eckberg (Jr., DB), Matt Foster (Jr., OG), Mac Nugent (Sr., RB).

Hall: Jose Castro (Jr., LB), Austin Heinecke (Sr., RB), Matt Hultz (Sr., DL, Max Puentes (Sr., DL).

Princeton: Noah Atkinson (Sr., SE), Cael Davis (Jr., DB), Logan Glancy (So., RB/DB), Branden Haring (Sr., TE), Alex May (Jr., T/DL), Jacob Starr (Sr., RB).

St. Bede: Tim Croissant (Jr., E), Logan Link (Jr., DL), Nick Pearse (Jr., PK), Shawn Schwemlein (Jr., C), Luke Story (So., DB).