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Six Cavaliers headline all-MVFC team

The Missouri Valley Football Conference released its all-conference team on Tuesday, with Class 9AA champion Bon Homme landing six players. Josh Kubal, Tyler Kopp, Joey Slama, Josh Schmidt, Joshua Crownover and Cole Bares represented the Cavalier...

Kimball/White Lake's Rafe Kiehn (88) and Carter Fredericksen, lower right, combine for a stop on Bon Homme's Joshua Crownover (20) during the Class 9AA state championship game Thursday at the DakotaDome in Vermillion. (Matt Gade / Republic)
Kimball/White Lake's Rafe Kiehn (88) and Carter Fredericksen, lower right, combine for a stop on Bon Homme's Joshua Crownover (20) during the Class 9AA state championship game Thursday at the DakotaDome in Vermillion. (Matt Gade / Republic)

The Missouri Valley Football Conference released its all-conference team on Tuesday, with Class 9AA champion Bon Homme landing six players.

Josh Kubal, Tyler Kopp, Joey Slama, Josh Schmidt, Joshua Crownover and Cole Bares represented the Cavaliers.

However, Wolsey-Wessington's seven players were the most of any team. Kimball/White Lake and Gregory both had five players, though, while Parkston had three and Platte-Geddes had two.

For the Class 9AA runner-up WiLdKats, Carter Fredericksen, Bo Donald, Tyler Resick, Justin Becker and Kordel Kiehn all made the team. JJ Beck, Caleb Stukel, Tyler Murray, Ethan Dargatz and Quinton McMillen were the Gregory honorees.

Slayton Neugebauer, Cordell Buchmann and Nathan Boettcher represented Parkston, while Kade Starr and Stewart Van Zee made the all-conference team for the Black Panthers.

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