Smith-Cotton seniors Cameron Finley and Camden Gear and the Kaysinger Conference was well-represented on the Central Missouri Media All-District Football Team released Wednesday.
Representing S-C in Class 5, Finley collected 880 yards and eight touchdowns rushing, 81 yards receiving and added 412 yards and a kick returned for a score on special teams. Gear forced two fumbles, recorded 52 solo tackles and 68 total.
Lincoln placed 10 players on the Class 1 team. Cardinals senior Jackson Beaman, who has 4,432 rushing and passing yards combined and 68 total touchdowns, was a first-team all-purpose selection.
Lincoln senior Bo Kroenke, who leads the team with 1,160 yards and 16 TDs receiving earned first-team wide receiver. Cardinals senior Hayden Beaman and junior Levi Betts were first-team offensive picks and junior Devon Parrott earned first-team kicker.
Lincoln seniors Tanner Bays, Parker Engles and Nate Hesse earned first-team defensive positions. Hesse joined junior Gabe Mehrens on second-team offense, while Hayden Beaman and senior Joe Bittner were placed on second-team defense.
Cole Camp senior quarterback Kaden Harms was named first-team quarterback after totaling 2,304 yards and 26 TDs passing. He was also a second-team defensive selection with 53 tackles, five interceptions and three fumbles caused.
Bluebirds senior Carlos Prichard earned first-team defense, seniors Ethan Ives and Warner Harms were named second-team offense and senior Marshall Fisher, who had 95 tackles and two sacks, was second-team defense.
Windsor senior Jonah Roberts, who rushed for 1,445 yards and 18 TDs, earned first-team offense as running back. Greyhounds junior Kenton Sargent was second-team offense as quarterback, while senior Ryan Dixon and Aiden Schneider were second-team defense.
Tipton junior Dylan Kluttenkuler was named first-team punter. Cardinals seniors Tucker Petree, Austin Pace and Dalton Burnett joined junior Cameron Whisler on second-team defense.
Sweet Springs sophomore Cole Lovercamp was first-team offense at running back, leading the Greyhounds with 1,161 yards rushing and scoring 22 TDs. Sweet Springs junior Jacob Hal was first-team defense, while junior Grant Knipmeyer earned second-team honors.
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