A pair of Fairview seniors took top honors in the Green Meadows Conference football awards for 2020 as the Apaches swept the individual awards.

Senior quarterback Doug Rakes was voted as the Offensive Player of the Year while senior defensive back took the Defensive Player of the Year honors.

Joining Rakes on the first team are fellow Apache seniors Caleb Frank (offensive end and placekicker), Noah Volz (offensive guard), Austin Bostater (offensive tackle), Timbrook (running back) Aaron Layman (offensive tackle) and Bryan Lucas (center).

Also picking up first team offensive awards were Edgerton senior Gannon Ripke (offensive end), Tinora senior Max Grube (offensive end), Hicksville senior Kole Wertman (running back) and Tinora junior J.P. Delarber (running back).

Players along with Timbrook on the first team defense from the Apaches are senior Corbin Keegan (defensive tackle), senior Wes Danny (defensive tackle), senior Russ Zeedyk (defensive end), senior Caleb Skinner (linebacker), Layman (linebacker) and Frank (defensive back and punter).

Tinora juniors Bryce Bailey (defensive end), Braden Hancock (defensive tackle), Grube (defensive back) and Casen Wolfrum (linebacker) completed the first team defense.

Wayne Trace placed three players on the second team offense in senior quarterback Trevor Speice, senior offensive end Owen Manz and junior offensive tackle Landyn Whitman.

Fairview senior Cade Ripke (offensive end), Tinora junior Eric Bohn (center), Edgerton senior Ashton Miller (offensive tackle), Fairview senior Corbin Keegan (offensive guard), Hicksville senior offensive guard Chase Railing (offensive guard), Edgerton senior Craig Blue (running back), Edgerton senior Isaiah Canales (running back) and Hicksville sophomore Christian Commisso (running back) completed the list of second team offensive awards.

Defensively, Speice and Manz both were recognized as Speice was selected as a second team linebacker while Manz was named as a second team defensive back.

Ripke (defensive end), Fairview senior Kaden Blair (defensive end), Ayersville senior Evan Clark (defensive tackle), Edgerton senior Jordan Warner (defensive tackle), Railing (defensive tackle), Canales (linebacker), Hicksville junior Kyler Blair (linebacker), Fairview senior Cade Ripke (defensive back), Hicksville senior Landon Turnbull (defensive back) and Edgerton sophomore punter Corey Everetts all received second team awards.

Honorable mention recipients from Antwerp were senior Dylan Hines and junior Jagger Landers while Wayne Trace seniors Gabe Sutton and Jacob Stouffer each were honored as well.