Carmel quarterback Connor Marden was named the MTAL Back of the Year and Jake Speed of Pacific Grove was selected Offensive Player of the Year by a vote of the seven league coaches.
Marden, a junior, passed for 2,194 yards and 19 touchdowns and ran for 816 yards and 13 more scores during the 10-game regular season.
Speed accounted for 23 touchdowns – eight rushing, 13 receiving and two kickoff returns.
He ran for 456 yards and eight touchdowns and caught 38 passes for 850 yards and a Monterey County best 13 touchdowns.
Jose Martinez of Soledad was the Defensive Player of the Year, Zach Brown of Pacific Grove was Lineman of the Year, Rudy Amezcua of Greenfield was the Elgie Bellizio Sportsmanship winner and Carmel coach Golden Anderson was Coach of the Year.
First team offense
QB: Marden, Carmel; Luke Lowell, Pacific Grove
RB: Holden Smith, Carmel; Jeremiah, Soledad
WR: Speed, PG; William Kehoe, Carmel; Brian Hunt, Marina
TE: Dominic Rose, King City
Linemen: McLane Richards, Carmel; Alejandro Resendis, Carmel; Zach Brown, PG; Patrick Hungate, Carmel; Logan Heart, PG.
Kicker: Drew Miller, RLS
First team defense
DE: Marc Pauwls, RLS; Isaac Perez, King City
DL: Andres Enriquez, Carmel; Abram Nava, King City; Logan Heart, PG.
LB: Robert Treadwell, Carmel; David Vega, Greenfield; Matt Berry, PG; Jose Martinez, Soledad.
DB: DeAndre Sharif, King City; Malik Turner, Marina; Shane Lackey, Carmel; Thomas Flores, King City.
Second team offense
QB: Alec Negri, RLS; William Robinson, Marina
RB: Wacey Barrington, King City; Jason Leach, PG
WR: Thomas Spanos, Carmel; Dylan Chesney, PG
TE: John Stivers, Carmel
Linemen: Jacob Morris, Greenfield; Ram Lopez, King City; Sione FieFia, Carmel; Abram Nava, King City; Jorge Sanchez, Soledad; Carlos Martinez, King City
Second team defense
DE: Austin Lord, PG; Christian Lund, Carmel
DL: Kevin Nagel, Carmel; Isaac Madrigal, Gonzales; Jacob Morris, Greenfield.
LB: Nano Quevedo, Carmel; Michael Krehbiel, King City
DB: Alfonso Rubio, Greenfield: Grant Preszyinski, RLS; Brian Hunt, Marina; Frankie Martinez, Soledad.
San Francisco City 100, Hartnell 71: At Hartnell, San Francisco City lived up to its, ranked No. 1 state ranking by beat the Panthers.
San Francisco led 54-26 at halftime as the Panthers dropped to 0-3. Leading scorers for Hartnell were Kyle Vasher with 33 points, Jake Amijo with 20, Jacob Juras with 17 and Lamar Akiken with 9.
Hartnell is home Saturday to play Los Positias at 5 p.m.