Two area players tabbed first team by Cap-Journal

By Steve Sell
December 07, 2015

Normally players on a 3-6 team get overlooked when it comes to first-team All-State football honors, but obviously Moundridge’s Trenton Olson had a special year.

Olson, who was picked first-team Class 2-1A as an offensive lineman by The Wichita Eagle, duplicated that feat on Sunday by The Topeka Capital-Journal.

Also making first team from the area was Hesston’s Garrett Roth, who was chosen as the Class 3A place-kicker. He made honorable mention as a defensive lineman as well.

Also earning honorable mention for Hesston were offensive lineman Austin Cheatham, quarterback Zach Esau, receiver Zach Vogt and linebacker Zach Anderson.

Two McPherson Bullpups, linebacker Klayton Goering and offensive lineman Jake Nikkel, were honorable mention Class 4A Division I.