Carson Clark, Sr., Markesan: Dual threat QB who led Hornets to an 11-2 record, 3rd-straight conference title, and trip to state semifinals. Amassed 2,445 passing yards on 113-of-217 passing (52.1 completion percentage) with 31 TDs vs. only 12 INts. Also led team in rushing with 922 yards and seven TDs. 1st team all-Trailways Large and all-region.
Luke Figol, Jr., Fall River: Runner-up for all-area offensive player of the year. Dual threat QB who threw for for 857 yards, 12 TDs and six INTs while completing nearly 50 percent of his passes. Wasn’t asked to pass much but did enough for balanced offense, a big reason Pirates made state semis. Ran for 601 yards and 13 TDs. 1st team all-Trailways Small.
Davyn Braker, Jr., Fall River: Shifty RB whose elusiveness created extra yardage. Led Pirates with 1,121 yards and only fumbled twice. Had knack for hitting paydirt, with 14 rushing TDs and 12 two-point conversions. 1st team all-Trailways Small.
Jacob Schellpfeffer, Sr., Mayville: Ran for 954 yards and 10 TDs to help lead Cards to playoffs for first time since 2009. Helped team give eventual D4 state champ Lodi a run for its money in 38-31, first-round playoff loss. Finished with more than 2,000 career rushing yards. 1st team all-Flyway.
CJ Brooks, Jr., Horicon/Hustisford: Explosiveness made him a threat to score from anywhere on the field, resulting in 15 rushing TDs, two passing TDs, and one receiving TD. Led Husticon with 1,081 rushing yards. 1st team all-Trailways Large.
Drew Bernhagen, Sr., Markesan: Had knack for making big plays, either rushing or receiving, and finished with 338 rushing yards, 1,091 receiving yards on 48 catches, and a combined 17 TDs (13 receiving, 4 rushing). 1st team all-Trailways Large as well as all-region and honorable mention all-state according to the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association.
Dillon Livingston, Sr., Beaver Dam: School-record 720 receiving yards on 45 catches. Dynamic player who could split out wide or give defenses fits as a Wildcat QB. Caught three TDs. 1st team all-Badger North.
Zach Yuenger, Jr., Dodgeland: Very dependable pass catcher who hauled in 24 of QB Cody Nehls’ 43 completions for nearly half (372) of Nehls’ passing yards (679). 1st team all-Trailways Large.
Tanner Liebenthal, Jr., Fall River: Mr. Do-It-All, as he ran for 492 yards and one TD, caught 20 passes for 306 yards and 4 TDs, and also returned kicks.
Tanner Weber, Sr., Markesan: Center and quarterback of Hornets’ O-Line. Led group that blocked for Clark, Bernhagen, Austin Triggs and RB Peter Paddock, which allowed Hornets’ offense to accumulate 5,396 total yards (2,496 passing, 2,930 rushing). 1st team all-Trailways Large.
Keegan Woddil, Jr., Fall River: 1Described by Pirates’ head coach Joe Zander as explosive run blocker who led team in pancake blocks. Big reason why Pirates led conference in rushing with 1,872 yards, 24 touchdowns and 13 two-point conversions. 1st team all Trailways Small as well as all-region according to Wisconsin Football Coaches Association.
Chandler Firary, Sr., Fall River: Credited by Zander as leader of O-Line that communicated well. Because of his football IQ, coaches would always have him tutor less experienced lineman. Made initial call on the line and other linemen would follow suit. Helped offense to 359.7 yards a game in conference. 1st team all Trailways Small as well as all-region according to Wisconsin Football Coaches Association.
Dylan Luehring, Sr., Mayville: Team captain whose work ethic in becoming one of premier linemen in area was lauded by Cards’ head coach Tom Noennig. Two-way all-conference player in the Flyway who was 1st team on offense.
Logan Tippin, Sr., Horicon/Hustisford: Little to no growing pains in first year playing football, as he took over the center spot from day one and flourished. Always blocked through the whistle. 1st team all-Trailways Large.
Logan Gering, Sr., Mayville: One of most dependable kickers in the area. Only missed two extra points in 27 attempts and was 3-of-4 on field goals. 1st team all-Flyway.