Four members of the Danbury football team were named to the All-Toledo Area Athletic Conference team for the 2010 season.
Hunter Stephens was a first team selection on the offensive and defensive line for the Lakers. On defense, Stephens had 98 tackles, including nine for loss, while also causing one fumble and recovering another as well as breaking up four passes.
Junior Lucas Kennedy was named first-team defensive back as he intercepted six passes and broke up six others. He also added 96 tackles, including four for loss while causing two fumbles and recovering one.
On offense, Kennedy was a second team selection at quarterback. He completed 53 of 117 passes for 878 yards and five touchdowns while rushing for 1,189 yards and 14 touchdowns on 152 attempts. Kennedy also scored 124 points for the season.
Ben Adams was a second team defensive selection at linebacker after making 117 tackles, including seven for loss, while forcing four fumbles and recovering two others.
At receiver, Brandon Bahnsen was a second team selection after catching 30 passes for 504 yards (16.8 yards per catch) and one touchdown.
Toledo Christian quarterback Nick Rightnowar was named Player of the Year for the second consecutive season while Eagles coach John Miller was named Coach of the Year.
Rightnowar threw for 2,835 yards and 35 touchdowns with just five interceptions. The senior finished with more than 6,000 career passing yards and 83 touchdowns.
The Eagles finished unbeaten in the TAAC and went 8-3 for the season with a first-round 27-24 loss at Sycamore Mohawk last week.
Runnerup Northwood (7-3, 5-1) also made the playoffs and lost 49-0 at Archbold while third place Edon (7-3, 5-2) finished ninth in it's region and missed the playoffs by 1.2990 points.