Colton had 11 football players honored by the Class 2A Special District 2 coaches.
Senior Seth Ethington was voted a First Team all-league tight end and safety. He finished the 2019 season with 426 receiving yards and six touchdowns, to go along with 87 total tackles and two interceptions.
Seniors Zach Rodgers (defensive end) and Kolby Benthin (center) were also selected to the First Team.
Rodgers recorded 44 tackles and had five sacks for the Vikings.
"Kolby locked down the center spot for three years and did a terrific job," Colton coach Brynie Robinson said.
Senior Wyatt Earls (quarterback) was voted to the Second Team after passing for 830 yards, seven touchdowns and two interceptions, and rushing for 1,105 yards and 12 touchdowns.
Dominic Combest-Day (wide receiver), Joseph Moore (defensive tackle) and Carl Lundgren (linebacker) joined Earls on the Second Team.
Moore was an honorable mention at offensive guard as well, along with Colton teammates Travers Rogers (running back), Nolan Earls (offensive tackle), Jackson English (defensive back) and Eli Hagler (punter).
The Vikings finished 5-4 this season, falling to Monroe in the first round of the state playoffs.
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