League champion Colman-Egan led the way with six players on the All-Dakota Valley Conference football team, while Deubrook Area was among three teams with five selections.
The Hawks, who went 8-0 in conference play, had four first-teamers Tyson Rosenboom, Cory Staab, Mike Bennett and Austin Ross. Evan Lovro and Riley Clark were honorable mention selections.
Colman-Egans Jeff Hegge was named Coach of the Year.
The Hawks outscored their opposition 271-54 (a 33.86-6.75 per game average) during the regular season. They allowed just eight touchdowns in eight league games.
The Dolphins, Castlewood and Dell Rapids St. Mary each had five all-league performers, including four first-teamers apiece.
Dylan Schwartz, Trever Petersen, Tyler Murphy and Tyler Jensen made the all-league team for Deubrook, while Ryan Knutson was an honorable mention.
The Dolphins (8-3) had the most postseason success among the 10 conference teams, advancing to the semifinals in Class 9AA.
Castlewoods Carver Ching was named the league MVP.
Arlington had four players honored, including three on the first-team. Elkton-Lake Benton, Estelline and De Smet/Iroquois each had two first-teamers and two honorable mentions.
Both Lake Preston and Oldham-Ramona/Rutland landed one player on the first team and had another on the honorable mention list.
2011 All-Dakota Valley Conference Football
Colman-Egan Tyson Rosenboom (Sr.), Cory Staab (Sr.), Mike Bennett (Sr.), Austin Ross (Sr.)
Deubrook Area Dylan Schwartz (Sr.), Trever Petersen (Sr.), Tyler Murphy (Sr.), Tyler Jensen (Sr.)
Castlewood Carver Ching (Sr.), Jordan Feyerisen (Sr.), Austin Crocker (Sr.), Aaron Ronne (Sr.)
Dell Rapids St. Mary Chris Lee (Sr.), Lee Hoffman (Sr.), Jason Michel (Sr.), Cody Gannon (Sr.)
Arlington Lane Weber (Jr.), Braydn Lingbeck (Sr.), Drew Kjellsen (Sr.)
Elkton-Lake Benton Brant Tingle (Sr.), Ethan Pearson (Jr.)
Estelline Dillon Freudenthal (Sr.), Brady Linneman (Sr.)
De Smet/Iroquois Dillon Coughlin (Sr.), Eugene Martin (Jr.)
Lake Preston Calder Eschenbaum (Sr.)
Oldham-Ramona/Rutland Preston Liedtke (Sr.)
Colman-Egan Evan Lovro (Sr.), Riley Clark (Jr.)
Deubrook Area Ryan Knutson (Jr.)
Castlewood Grant Fodness (Jr.)
Dell Rapids St. Mary Ryan Michel (So.)
Arlington Stephen Larsen (Sr.)
Elkton-Lake Benton Nick Delaney (Jr.), Chase Gorter (Jr.)
Estelline Nathan Hervagault (Sr.), Nathan Sundberg (Sr.)
De Smet/Iroquois Evan Larsen (Jr.), Jeremy Gebhart (Sr.)
Lake Preston Jaden Denison (So.)
Oldham-Ramona/Rutland Garret DeRungs (Sr.)
MOST VALUABLE PLAYER
Carver Ching, Castlewood
COACH OF THE YEAR
Jeff Hegge, Colman-Egan
Colman-Egan 8-0, Castlewood 6-2, Dell Rapids St. Mary 6-2, Deubrook Area 6-2, Arlington 4-4, De Smet/Iroquois 3-5, Elkton-Lake Benton 3-5, Estelline 3-5, Lake Preston 1-7, Oldham-Ramona/Rutland 0-8
Postseason recap (with final record)
Deubrook Area (8-3, Class 9AA) def. Great Plains Lutheran 59-0 (first round); def. White River 17-14 (quarterfinals); lost at Kimball/White Lake 42-28 (semifinals)
Elkton-Lake Benton (3-6, Class 9AA) lost at White River 43-22 (first round)
Colman-Egan (8-1, Class 9A) lost to Hanson 22-0 (first round)
Estelline (3-6, Class 9B) lost at Avon 48-6 (first round)
Dell Rapids St. Mary (7-3, Class 9B) def. Castlewood 30-24 (first round); lost at Avon 42-6 (quarterfinals)
Castlewood (6-3, Class 9B) lost at Dell Rapids St. Mary 30-24 (first round)