Quarterback Andrew Graham of Sherman and running back Phalla Musall of Ellicottville were selected the co-offensive football players of the pear for Class DD football.
Lineman Dan Lictus of Clymer and linebacker Greg Knier of Ellicottville were the co-winners on defense.
Tim Bergan of Ellicottville was chosen coach of the year and Forestville was named the sportsmanship team winner.
Graham accounted for 1,406 yards offensively as he passed for 930 yards on 46 completions for 10 touchdowns for Sherman.
The junior gained 476 yards rushing for a 5.4 average in 89 carries for nine touchdowns.
Musall, just a sophomore, gained 1,386 yards overall on 136 attempts for over 10 yards per carry in leading Ellicottville to the Class DD crown over Clymer, 34-14. He was chosen Player of the Game in the Section 6 matchup with Clymer.
The 6-3, 280-pound Lictus was a tower of strength for Clymer as he made several tackles.
Knier was the senior leader of an outstanding defensive team from Ellicottville.
Joining Graham from Sherman on the first-team offense were junior wide receiver John Luden and junior lineman Jacob Toy.
Musall was joined by junior offensive lineman Dylan Paprocki and senior tight end Storm Wilson of Ellicottville on the first team.
The rest of the offensive squad is made up of junior running back Jake Wiggers and senior lineman Caleb Clark of Clymer, senior running back Josh Kilburn of Pine Valley and senior offensive lineman Tanner Propheter and junior fullback Stephen Enlow of Panama.
Lictus is joined on the first-team defense by Clymer teammates seniors Tom Heiser and Connor Payne.
Knier is joined by senior linebacker Jake Rinko of Ellicottville.
Seniors lineman Trevor Enterline and end Travis Henry made the team from Sherman along with juniors Jamie Greiner and Peter Kopp from Franklinville, junior Dan Weaver from Pine Valley and senior end Cody Jackson from Forestville.
The all-academic team consists of Heiser from Clymer, Will Murphy from Ellicottville, Jake Nosbisch from Forestville, Adam Rix from Franklinville, Bryce Paine from Panama, Thomas Raiport from Pine Valley and Eric Horstman from Sherman.
First Team Offense
Andrew GrahamSherman QB 11Jake Wiggers Clymer RB 11Josh KilburnPine ValleyRB12Phalla MusallEllicottvilleRB10Stephen EnlowPanamaFB11Caleb ClarkClymerOL12Jacob ToyShermanOL11Dylan PaprockiEllicottville OL11Tanner PropheterPanamaOL12Storm WilsonEllicottvilleTE12John LudenSherman WR11First Team Defense
Trevor EnterlineSherman DL12Dan LictusClymerDL12Travis HenryShermanDE12Cody JacksonForestvilleDE12Dan WeaverPine ValleyLB11Greg KnierEllicottville LB12Connor PayneClymerLB12Tom HeiserClymerLB12Jamie GreinerFranklinvilleLB11Peter KoppFranklinvilleDB11Jake RinkoEllicottville DB12Second Team Offense
Cam WilsonEllicottvilleQB11Matt DestevensClymerQB11Jake NosbischForestvilleQB11Rob BensonPanamaRB12Nate MainesForestvilleRB12Callum WattEllicottvilleFB10Jon SpachtShermanOL11Tony PaternitiPanamaOL12Jacob WilcoxPine ValleyOL11Rob HooperForestvilleOL12Christian BighamFranklinvilleWR12Second Team Defense
Trent DingmanFranklinvilleDL12Austin CramerClymerDL12Jesse PollockEllicottville DL11Lucas TrombleyPine ValleyDL12Carl RatzelFranklinvilleLB12Chris GreinerShermanLB11Alec BlosePanamaLB12Peter GabelEllicottvilleDB12Nicholas SandyPine ValleyDB12Eric HorstmanSherman DB12Mitch EininkClymerDB11Honorable Mention
Clymer: Garrett McAfoose, Jared Dunnewald
Ellicottville: William Murphy, Corey Tomblin
Forestville: Caleb Makuch, Dylan Powers
Frankinville: Eric Michaelis, Patrick Defoe
Panama: Jacob Short, Kelvin Eddy
Pine Valley: Talon Snyder, Dan McDonald
Sherman: Dominique Rammelt, Nick Eades