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Kramer, who also plays quarterback for the Saints, made the Class A All-State First Team because of his defense. He had 10 touchdown passes compared to three interceptions and also finished with 599 yards and 12 scores on the ground. Defensively, however, Kramer had 37 tackles, an interception and a fumble recovery.

The Warriors got a handful of extra games thanks to their deep playoff run, and that’s reflected in the statistics. Schmidt had an insane 126 tackles this season, and 100 of those were solo. He also had a pair of interceptions for a defense that keyed Rockford’s late-season surge.

Varner, a Class 8-Player All-State First Team selection and Defensive MVP in District 2, was a force to be reckoned with for the Vikings this season. He finished with 43 tackles, including two for loss, and had a sack. He was an impact player on a team that tallied six shutouts in 2018.

Paulus was an important piece of Newman’s offensive and defensive line, and as a result, he made the Class A All-State Second Team. He was a key contributor to an offensive line that paved the way for an average of 5.7 yards per carry. Defensively, he led the team with 59.5 tackles and four fumble recoveries.