All-Area football offensive and defensive teams

The Herald’s All-Area football awards were announced over the weekend. Here’s a rundown of the winners on offense and defense. All-Area awards and teams are selected by Herald staff editors and writers with help from area coaches and fans.

• All-Area Offensive Player of the Year King’s Billy Green picked apart defenses all season and now turns his sights on the college game

• All-Area Offense First and Second Teams

• All-Area Offense Photo Gallery

• All-Area Defensive Player of the Year Glacier Peak’s Sean Elledge changed positions but still made a huge impact

• All-Area Defense First and Second Teams

• All-Area Defense Photo Gallery

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