Following a highly successful year for multiple area teams during the high school football season, the time has come for the 2018-19 All-Ardmoreite football team to be officially announced.

Following a highly successful year for multiple area teams during the high school football season, the time has come for the 2018-19 All-Ardmoreite football team to be officially announced.

Representing the Class 5A state runner-up Ardmore Tigers will be Tero Roberts, Trenzel Johnson, Brayden Bryant, Sitani Lemeki, Nathan Taylor and Rafael Interiano. 

Roberts was the District 5A-1 Player of the Year, and rushed for 1,604 yards this season on 162 carries with 14 touchdowns.

Johnson and Bryant were both named as 5A-1 Co-Offensive Linemen of the Year this season, and Bryant was also named as a member of the All-USA Oklahoma team.

Lemeki was named as the 5A-1 Defensive Lineman of the Year, finishing with 23 tackles this season with 30 assists.

Taylor was named as a 5A-1 First Team Linebacker with 73 tackles, 41 assists, one interception and two defensive touchdowns.

Interiano was named as the 5A-1 Special Teams Player of the Year this season.

The Class 3A state runner-up Sulphur Bulldogs will be represented by Trey Kiser, Mason Lance, and Cole Johnson.

Kiser this season rushed for 2,572 yards with 39 touchdowns. He also totaled 131 tackles on defense including 13 tackles for loss, along with eight sacks and three fumble recoveries. 

Johnson this season threw for 1,002 yards on 50-of-95 passing with three rushing touchdowns and 10 passing touchdowns with no interceptions. He also had two fumble recoveries on defense.

Lance finished the season with 82 tackles, three sacks, two interceptions and four fumble recoveries.

Representing the Plainview Indians will be Eli Russ, Brock Parham, Blake Nowell and Kenny Sutherlin.

Parham finished the season throwing for 2,022 yards on 139-of-202 passing with 22 touchdowns and just three interceptions. 

Nowell rushed for 832 yards on 45 carries with 13 touchdowns, while Russ was named as a member of the All-USA Oklahoma Team. 

Sutherlin was 54-of-58 on extra point attempts this season, while being a perfect 4-for-4 on field goal attempts. 

The Dickson Comets will be represented on the team by Jadley Cox, Joseph Bodkins, and Brandon Sullivan.

Sullivan this season rushed for 1,134 yards on 176 carries with 12 touchdowns and was a 2A-8 All-District First Team selection at running back.

Cox was the 2A-8 Defensive Player of the Year, finishing with 77 tackles including 27 for loss with eight sacks this season.

Bodkins was a 2A-8 All-District First Team selection at defensive end totaling 46 tackles including 23 for loss with 11 sacks this season.

The Marietta Indians will be represented by Randy Matthews and Hunner Payne.

Matthews finished the season with 74 tackles including 65 solo, along with 13 tackles for loss and five sacks.

Payne finished with 78 total tackles including 57 solo, along with seven tackles for loss and three sacks.

Lone Grove is represented by Colton Jones and Trevor McKnight.

Jones threw for more than 1,300 yards this season, while McKnight totaled 75 tackles at linebacker.

The Wilson Eagles will be represented by Trevor Schaaf. 

He finished this season with 902 yards rushing on 103 carries with 14 touchdowns.

Madill is represented by Dakota Vanderburg.

This season Vanderbug finished with 74 tackles, including four for loss along with three forced fumbles.

Davis is represented by George Thomas.

Thomas this season finished with 78 tackles, while being a two-way starter in 24 games over two years.

Representing Fox will be Jimmy Bivings.

Bivings this season rushed for 1,267 yards with 18 touchdowns on 137 carries while throwing for 242 yards on 14-of-37 passing. 

Representing the Ringling Blue Devils will be Kash Lyle, Ethan Johnson, and Travis Wade.

Lyle this season finished with 1,246 yards rushing on 189 carries with 10 touchdowns.

Wade finished this season as the All-District Defensive Player of the Year as well as totaling 93 tackles with four interceptions.

Johnson led the Blue Devils with 154 tackles this season with six sacks, one interception, four caused fumbles and 14 tackles for loss.