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PREP FOOTBALL: Multiple players named to All-Subdistrict teams

Independent file photo Canby’s Ty Stoks (3) tries to get around a BOLD defender during their Section 5A championship game on Nov. 2.

MARSHALL — The Southwest District recently announced its All-Subdistrict football teams and multiple area players made the list.

East sub-district

In the East sub-district, Wabasso was led by Cole Frericks, Zach Thooft, Lance Wagner, Will Carlson and Colby Wall while Tracy-Milroy-Balaton was led by Trevor Eisfeld, Lucas Gervais, Sawyer Otto, Jake Tauer and Konnor Zick.

For Murray County Central, Rylan Behnke, Dylan Johnson, Blake Schmitz and Christian Kuball made it for the Rebels. Joining them were Ivan Hovland, Nolan Hovland, Dylan Rubey, Mason Rummel, Decker Scheffler and Curtis Tauer (Springfield), Lance Luettel, Brandon Schnoor and Ian Stamer (Adrian), Tony Geiger, Chris Knowles and Jon Zinniel (New Ulm Cathedral), Colton Collum, Mason Cox and Jace Marotz (Minnesota Valley Lutheran) and Juan Cortez and Jacob Meyer (Sleepy Eye).

On the Honorable Mention team, Carter Benz and Nick Marotzke made it for Wabasso while Cobey Anderson and Nathan Fultz made it for TMB. Kyler Deacon and Tyler Winter made it MCC while Kadin Johnson and Jordan Toll made it for Springfield. Logan Taylor and Preston Nelson made it for Adrian while Josh Kretsch and Jacob Berg made it for NUC. Carlos Ramirez and Luke Peterson (MVL) and Ethan Fischer and Matthew Sellner (Sleepy Eye) rounded out the list.

West sub-district

In the West sub-district, Minneota was led by Blake Reiss, Alex Saltzer, Cole Sanow, Logan Sussner, Beau Banish and AJ Myhre while Kalib Greenman, Parker Viessman, Shane Noyes, Josh Steffen and Ty Stoks made it for Canby.

Josh Anyasike, Romell Horton, Slade Irvine, Micah Olson and Austin Moen made it for Dawson-Boyd while RTR was led by Kyle Fischer, Payton Hess, Collin Johnson, Cade Jorgensen and Tim Gilmore. Lakeview was led by Carter Louwagie, Brock Kvistad and Colby Marczak while Angel Jimenez and Carter Sneller made it for Yellow Medicine East. Joining them were Lac qui Parle Valley’s Mason Clark, Tucker Droogsma and Layton Wittnebel and MACCRAY’s Rhys Schwitters and Brady Kienitz.

On the Honorable Mention team, Jacob Citterman and AJ Josephson made it for Minneota while Canby was led by Brayden Gravdal and Will Varcoe and Kobe Spencer and Trevon Johnson made it for Dawson-Boyd. RTR was led by Connor Kremin and Jonah Cristensen while Lakeview was represented by Parker Hoffman and Aaron Loe and YME was led by Cole Fischer and Patrick Hoernemann. Joining them were LQPV’s Carson Buer and Landon Schirm and MACCRAY’s Parker Ruiter and Ole Sandry.

All-Academic team

East sub-district

In the East sub-district, for MCC, Rylan Behnke was the lone representative for the Rebels while TMB was led by Cobey Anderson, Lucas Gervais, Jacob Tauer, Tyler Timm, Konnor Zick, Nathan Fultz and Andrew LaVoy and Wabasso was led by Zach Thooft, Ty Altermatt, Tyler Bliss, Will Carlson and Sam Rudenick. Joining them were NUC’s James Gillis, Sleepy Eye’s Matthew Sellner and Kadon Strong, MVL’s Colton Collum, Mason Cox, Anthony Hulke, Jace Marotz, Willie Sanders and Leyton Brau and Springfield’s Ivan Hovland, Nolan Hovland, Jake Rosenstengel, Decker Scheffler and Dylan Batzlaff.

West sub-district

In the West sub-district, for Canby, Cameron Maynard, Tyler Sayre, Shane Noyes, Josh Steffen, Will Varcoe and Jake Wagner all made it for the Lancers while Zach Durfee, Jordan Hastad and Slade Irvine made it for Dawson-Boyd. Lakeview was led by William Grube, Parker Hoffman, Aaron Loe, Carter Louwagie, Rilee Olson, Jackson Klocow and Brock Kvistad while Minneota was led by Blake Reiss, Cole Sanow, Logan Sussner, Tate Walerius and Jacob Citterman. RTR was led by Kyle Fischer, Collin Johnson and Cade Jorgensen while Abel Chaparro was the lone representative for YME. Joining them were LQPV’s Austin Bonn, Trinity Lindner, Layton Wittnebel, Carter Amland and Eli Lowry.

Awards

East sub-district

In the East sub-district, Springfield’s Bob Fink was named Coach of the Year while Rummel was named the MVP. Springfield’s Scheffler was named the Offensive Back of the Year while MVL’s Collum was named the Defensive Back of the Year. Adrian’s Luettel was named the Offensive Lineman of the Year while TMB’s Eisfeld was named the Defensive Lineman of the Year.

West sub-district

In the West sub-district, Canby’s Nick Kockelman was named the Coach of the Year while RTR’s Hess was named MVP and Offensive Back of the Year. Canby’s Steffen was named the Offensive Lineman of the Year while Lakeview’s Marczak was named the Defensive Back of the Year and Minneota’s Sussner was named the Defensive Lineman of the Year.

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