Lakers’ Huhnold named league’s MVP

Sylvan Lake Lakers outstanding running back Brad Huhnold was named the Central Alberta High School Football League’s most valuable player at the annual awards banquet Wednesday in Camrose.

Sylvan Lake Lakers outstanding running back Brad Huhnold was named the Central Alberta High School Football League’s most valuable player at the annual awards banquet Wednesday in Camrose.

Running back Braden Nelson of the Stettler Wildcats, who led the league in rushing with over 1,200 yards, was the most valuable offensive player while Hunting Hills’ linebacker Mark Beingessner was the most valuable defensive player.

Brody Slagman of the Lindsay Thurber Raiders was named the special teams player of the year and Nicholas Baharally of the Wildcats was the rookie of the year.

All-star award winners were.

Sylvan Lake — Chase Hoffman, Brad Huhnold, Tyler Ledwos, Max Schoefield, Luke Marshall, Nathan Tarling, Cole McCartney, Riley Prediger, David Lewis, Bud Kriekle, Sebastian Kneitl, Ethan Langan.

Hunting Hills — Mark Beingessner, Stephon Fontaine, Shane Gasser, Darion Grymaloski, Ashton Hall, Bryce Johnson, Josh Loney, Ryan Myles, Tim Pratt, Logan Sinclair.

Stettler — Mark Forrester, Ty Page, Morgan Loshny, Braden Nelson, Anton Stewart, Parker Cassidy, Riley Anderson, Nicholas Baharally, Theren Churchill.

Lindsay Thurber — Brody Slagman, Keegan Sanguin, Ryan Fowler, Greg Fowler, Luke Lundgren, Elliot Mahood, Jayden Taylor, Wilson Lougheed.

Notre Dame — Kieran Pruden, Luke Castellan, Luc Laplante, Joe McQuay, Myles Corsiatto, Brady Podloski, Dario Viveros.

Lacombe — Corban Knip, Adam Goode, Dylan Olsen, Jayden Jones, Maarten Kleinlugtenbeld, Darion Hippe.

Rocky Mountain House — Wayde Hodgen, Castin Anger, Warren Allen, Christopher Lubinkhof, Christopher Soodsma, Liam Willis, Dylan Bowersock.

Camrose — Caleb Reed, Jordan McNabb, Danny Christensen, Stephen Nesdoly.

Wetaskiwin — Colton Hutchinson, Joshua Majek, Cole Okeymaw, Thomas Wyllie.