Warsaw had eight players on the list to highlight its season. The Tigers, which finished 5-2 in the NLC but were playing for a share of the title in the final week of the regular season against eventual co-champion Concord, had five make the first-team. Seniors Taylor Cone, Forde Ness, Cameron Shepherd and Zach Shepler as well as junior Tristan McClone were All-NLC and juniors Gabe Furnivall, Seth Fouts and sophomore Ben Plummer were named Honorable Mention All-NLC.
Wawasee, which finished with a 4-3 mark in the conference, had a pair of seniors in Chad Eppley and Derrick Sorensen and a pair of juniors in Braxton O’Haver and Austin Lutz make the first-team. Senior Austin Grove and sophomore Clayton Cook were named Honorable Mention All-NLC.
Concord and Plymouth split the NLC team title with 6-1 marks, Plymouth beating Concord in Dunlap and the Tigers beating Plymouth in Warsaw. Warsaw lost its game against Concord in week nine and lost 14-13 in a thriller at Wawasee in week seven. The Warriors lost its three games to Concord, NorthWood and Plymouth in consecutive weeks.
The Minutemen, which are the lone NLC still alive in the postseason with a game at Fort Wayne Dwenger this Friday in the 4A regional, had 10 athletes on the list as did the Pilgrims. NorthWood had six players make the list, and three each were nominated from Elkhart Memorial, Goshen and Northridge.