Several area high school football standouts were named to the CBC All Conference Team.
Indian Lake junior linebacker L.J. Henderson was named the CBC Mad River division defensive player of the year.
Benjamin Logan running back Jeremy Brisson earned the CBC Mad River division offensive player of the year award with Urbana quarterback Nathan Mays and Northwestern quarterback Hunter Houseman. Brisson rushed for a school record 1,859 yards this season.
Several Indian Lake players joined Henderson on the First Team, including Ethan Downing, Mason Evilsizor, Chris Teague, Ben Wahl, and Evan Zorn.
The First Team featured several Benjamin Logan players. Along with Brisson, Beau Harmon, Landon Johnson, Tanner Penwell, Beau Swank, Brent Weiss, and Matt Wilt were honored.
League champion Urbana had several First Team selections, including Mays, Michael Haffner, Sam Harris, Tanner Lawrence, Tyler Powell, Jake Quick, Aaron Sidders, and Shane Ware.
Wiatt Hanlin of Graham earned First Team honors.
Benjamin Logan's Saul Boysel, Dakota Crumley, and Joe Worrell received Special Mention.
Indian Lake's Dustin LeVan, Montel Morgan, and Cody Winegardner were named Special Mention.
The Hillclimbers' Drake Frost, Landon Johnson, and Justin Weller received Special Mention.
The Falcons' Ben Myers, Jake Theodor, and Trent Thomas earned Special Mention.
In the CBC Kenton Trail division, Bellefontaine standouts Auston Benton, Zach Gingerich, and Logan Mitchell were named First Team.
Teammates A.J. Gorham, Jordan Baughman, and Cam Henry received Special Mention.
The CBC Sportsmanship Award was presented to Joe Cochenour, Bellefontaine; Michael Green, Benjamin Logan; Hunter Vance, Indian Lake; Zack Holbrook, Graham; and Nick Durst, Urbana.