Conference champion Beaver Falls earned six first-team spots on the all-Midwestern team led by senior Trey Singleton, who earned honors on both sides of the ball.
Beaver Falls went 7-0 in the conference, finished 11-2 overall and reached the WPIAL Class 2A finals. Tigers senior Sy’Mauri McCoy, who was voted second-team all-conference on both offense and defense, shared lineman of the year honors with Mohawk’s Colton Root.
Second-place Neshannock (6-1) was led by quarterback Jonny Huff, who was voted offensive player of the year. Huff was one of four Lancers on the first team.
Mohawk, which finished in a conference tie for third with Freedom and Riverside, received five first-team spots. Warriors coach Tim McCutcheon also was named the conference’s top coach.
Freedom’s Damian Grunnagle earned defensive player of the year honors.