The DI North football all-league teams were released at the conclusion of the season and unsurprisingly, Raiders littered all teams.
Reed went 13-0 on its way to its fifth-straight regional title before falling to Bishop Gorman in the state semifinals.
Reed claimed 40 all-league spots, which was easily the most in the DI North. Galena had 29 and Carson had 28. Spanish Springs had 13.
Reed claimed four of the five top honors.
Senior quarterback Matt Denn was named the Player of the Year after accounting for 3,559 yards and 53 touchdowns. He was named the Offensive Player of the Year as a junior. Defensive tackle Nick Gregg was named the Defensive Player of the Year for the second-straight season. Tight end/defensive end Parker Houston was named the Lineman of the Year. And coach Ernie Howren was named the Coach of the Year.
Carson senior running back Asa Carter was named the Offensive Player of the Year.
Denn, Gregg and Houston (for both defensive end and tight end) were obviously also first-team all-region selections. There were joined by running back Jorden Carter, wide receiver Robert Ferrel, center Ian Neeley, linebacker Matt Garcia and defensive back Bryce Bryant.
Reed swept the High Desert League top honors. Denn, Gregg and Houston were also the HDL players of the year for their given positions and were joined by Carter, the HDL Offensive Player of the Year. Howren was the HDL Coach of the Year.
Earning first-team all-HDL accolades, were Denn, Carter, Ferrel, wide receiver Michael Spivack, offensive tackle Stein Otuafi, Neeley, Houston (for tight end and defensive end), Gregg, Garcia and Bryant.
Tre Bussey (for running back and linebacker), offensive tackle Cesar Moreno, offensive guard Lucas Bickford, kicker Austin Johnson, defensive tackle Ryan Rasch and defensive back Caleb Ariaz were voted to the HDL second team.
Linebackers Kyrin Lennon and Sam Chalupa, defensive backs Malcom Malizia and Logan Marcantonio (also for return specialist) received honorable mention.
Punter Jake Ward was the lone all-region selection for the Cougs, who finished fourth in the HDL at 3-7.
Running back Travis Vargas joined Ward on the HDL first team.
Wide receiver Austin Cadenhead, linebacker Joey Bray and Vargas (as return specialist) were named to the all league second team.
Quarterback Korbin Marcum, wide receiver Ian Check, center Tyler Barats, tight end Cody Shaefer, linebacker Cole Drescher, defensive back Jacob Dye and Cadenhead (as a return specialist) received honorable mention.
The Railroaders went 3-7 this fall and put eight players on all-league teams.
Junior running back Hunter O’Meara ran for over 800 yards and five touchdowns and landed on the first team along with defensive tackle David Tuikolongahau.
Another defensive tackle, Atalonui Tuikolangahau, was a second-team all-DI-A North selection.
Running back/wide receiver Nick Van Patten, lineman Hunter Nobbs, lineman Christian Crank, lineman Luis Carranza and safety John Anguiano received honorable mention.
Sierra League top honors
Player of the Year: Asa Carter, Carson
Offensive Player of the Year: Elijah Sapico, Damonte Ranch
Defensive Player of the Year: Ikela Lewis, Carson
Lineman of the Year: Nathan Edwards, Galena
Coach of the Year: Steve Struzyk, Galena
DI-A North top honors
MVP: Connor Richardson, Fallon
Offensive MVP: Alex Puentes, Elko & Jon Jund, Spring Creek
Defensive MVP: TJ Mauga, Fallon
Line MVP: Tyler Roemer, Fernley
Coah of the Year: Brooke Hill, Fallon