Isiah Moore was named Division II's top offensive lineman Thursday when The Associated Press announced its Northwest Ohio All-District football list.
The 6-4, 285-pound junior was the best offensive lineman for a team that went 10-0 during the regular season for just the second time in school history.
His blocking also paved the way for the Tornadoes to roll up 2,721 yards in the regular season en route to an appearance in the regional semifinals.
Senior teammate Jack Jacoby also landed on the first-team offense, making the list as a running back after compiling 1,480 yards and 19 touchdowns on 196 carries.
Columbian senior Chandler Hoover was named a first-team defensive lineman after making 67 tackles and four sacks. He also had 16 tackles for loss and recovered a fumble for a TD.
Upper Sandusky had a pair of Division IV defensive first-teamers in senior lineman Ian Baker and junior linebacker Tylor Pritchard.
Baker tallied 101 tackles and blocked four punts, while Pritchard had 132 tackles and a two interceptions when not passing for 1,262 yards and rushing for another 802 on offense.
Division V first-team honors went to Hopewell-Loudon senior running back Mark Bouillon and Carey senior defensive back Justin Meek.
Bouillon turned in 1,148 yards and 16 touchdowns on 209 carries, and caught 28 passes for two more scores and 443 yards.
Meek registered 66 tackles and picked off three passes. Eight of his tackles for a loss, and he recorded four sacks and two fumble recoveries.
The Calvert duo of junior Marcus Somers and senior Dan Kwiat earned the area's only two Division VI first-team honors, both on defense.
Somers made the list as a lineman after registering 91 tackles and eight sacks.
Kwiat's nod as a linebacker came by making 104 tackles - 12 for a loss - along with two interceptions and three fumble recoveries.
In area conference matters, Bellevue senior quarterback Jalen Santoro was named the Division III offensive player of the year. He guided the Redmen to a 9-1 mark and a runner-up spot in the Northern Ohio League.
Santoro went 68 of 103 passing for 1,227 yards and 16 touchdowns, while also running 208 times for 1,397 yards and 23 scores. This year marked the second in a row in which he led the NOL in scoring, and he capped his career with 7,213 all-purpose yards and 92 touchdowns.