Sandusky's Michael Brown was named the Greater Buckeye Conference's Offensive Lineman of the Year based on coaches voting, the league announced this week.
Brown, a junior, was one of five first-team selections for the Blue Streaks (7-5), who made their first postseason appearance, and collected their first playoff win, in 20 years.
Senior Cordney Strickland was a first-team choice at running back after gaining 1,483 yards and scoring 17 TDs in the regular season.
Wideout Tristen Jeffries (30 catches for 630 yards, four TDs) joined him on the first-team offense.
Two players for the Blue Streaks were named first-team defense. Phil Henderson, a senior, earned the nod at linebacker for a second consecutive year after leading the team in tackles (119). Dameyion Smith, a junior defensive back, was also a first-team pick with two interceptions.
Seniors Donovan Cole and Jaron Green were second-team on the offensive side of the ball with quarterback Lucas Poggiali, a junior.
Christopher Graham and Jaylen Guevara, both seniors, were second-team picks on defense.
Cole, Graham, Strickland and Smith were second-teamers a year ago.
Seniors Rayshawn Daniels, Michael Drake, Westley Newton and Jeron Taylor, junior Trevontae Hampton and sophomore Caleb Hitchcock earned honorable mentions for the Blue Streaks.
This was the final football season for the GBC, which will disband after the school year. The Blue Streaks had been a part of the conference since 2003. Sandusky will join the Northern Ohio League for the 2011-12 school year.