Bulldogs football has four first-team athletes
The Culver football program produced four first-team Tri-River Conference honorees, including Brody Little, who earned first-team honors for offensive lineman, defensive lineman and punter.
On defense, Little had 31 tackles, five solo, and three sacks in league play. He had 11 punts for 334 yards, for an average of 30.4 yards per punt, with a long of 40 yards, to earn first-team punter.
Culver finished the season with a 5-4 overall record, 2-3 in the Tri-River Conference. All stats compiled are league play stats only (five games). The team finished in third place in its conference.
Zachary Wiseman earned first-team running back, running the ball 72 times for 481 yards, averaging 6.7 yards per carry and scoring three touchdowns. Wiseman also earned second-team linebacker, with 19 tackles, including one solo tackle.
Caden Engel was selected as a first-team wide receiver, having 109 yards on seven catches and a touchdown.
Coy Aldrich earned first-team linebacker, having 54 tackles, two solo, in league play. He also had 17 catches for 95 yards and two touchdowns, earning honorable mention tight end.
Earning both second-team offensive and defensive lineman for Culver was Cord Gomes. On defense, Cord had 30 tackles, including five solo, and two sacks.
Seniors Justyce Loredo and Jordan VanAlstyne both earned second-team defensive back honors for the Bulldogs. Loredo had 40 tackles in league play and VanAlstyne 37.
Issac Andres earned honorable mention honors as a defensive lineman for Culver.
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