Southern Confederacy Conference West division champion Hills-Beaver Creek had a division-high five players make the list of all-conference players, which was released Monday.
Westbrook-Walnut Grove finished fourth in the seven-team West division with a 3-3 record (4-4 regular season) and had three players make the all-conference team, including Dana Madson, Levi Bunting and Andrew Merrick. Aaron Hass and Shane Buchman were honorable mentions for the Chargers.
Hills-Beaver Creek and Edgerton/Ellsworth owned the conference postseason honors. H-BC's Dalton Bass was the West division's offensive player of the year and H-BC's Rex Metsger was the coach of the year. For Edgerton/Ellsworth, Austin Mertens was the division's lineman of the year, and Derek Voge was the defensive player of the year.
2012 All-Southern Confederacy Football Conference Team
Hills-Beaver Creek: Dalton Bass, Jeff Sandbulte, Tate Bork, Jeff Nelson, Dylan Gehrke.
Ederton/Ellsworth: Blake Jouwstra, Austin Mertens, Isaac Heard, Derek Voge.
Mountain Lake Area: Andrew Hempeck, Carter Kirk, Josh Grev, Ryan Klassen.
Westbrook-Walnut Grove: Dana Madson, Levi Bunting, Andrew Merrick.
Fulda: Zachory Holt, Trevor Ruesch.
Southwestern United: Kurt Schmitz.
Renville County West: Mitch Treml.
All-Southern Confederacy Football Conference Honorable Mentions
Bill Horsman (HBC), Zach Wagenaar (HBC), Derek Claar (E/E), Austin Lafollette(E/E), Vince Johnson (MLA), Josiah Stoesz (MLA), Shane Buchman (WWG), Aaron Hass (WWG), Todd Peterson (Fulda), John Getting (Fulda), Erik Jass (SWU), Justin Jass (SWU), Hayden Johnson (RCW), Jason Mertens (RCW).
Offensive Player of the Year: Dalton Bass (HBC).
Lineman of the Year: Austin Mertens (E/E).
Defensive Player of the Year: Derek Voge (E/E)
Coach of the Year: Rex Metsger (HBC).