The Lewis & Clark all-conference football teams were released on Thursday, and Marceline was well represented, to say the least.
Tiger running back Rylan Chrisman was named the league's offensive player of the year, and he and Nathan Sayre at the tackle position were Marceline's two unanimous, first-team selections on the offensive side. Gabe Kelly was selected as the league's first-team center, and Noah Wright as a first-team guard with Nick Fotenos third-team opposite him.
Receivers Levi Terrell, Clayton Stallo, and Trey Hamilton were given first-, second-, and third-team bids, respectively, even with Hamilton's season coming to an early close due to a leg injury.
Hunter Teeter was given second-team honors at the tight end position.
Marceline's Alex McCauslin was voted as having the best season in the league, and sophomore kicker Cullen Bruner was a unanimous first-team selection.
Quarterback Chase Billups was named second-team all-conference -- one of two selections with which Tiger coach Greg Hough was dissatisfied.
"Billups as the second-team quarterback and Sayre as a third-team d-lineman is mind-blowing to me," Hough said. "I wasn't really too happy about that, but I'm happy for the other kids."
Sayre's complementary defensive tackle, Trevor Ganaway, was named to the first-team unit. Defensive ends John Stelplugh and Wright were voted respective second- and third-team guys.
Colby Sims was named a first-team linebacker, and Chrisman was named third-team on the defensive side of the football.
The same three who received honors at the receiver position also earned conference accolades at defensive back. Stallo was the top vote-getter at the DB positions, and Terrell and Hamilton were both named second-team.