While the high school fall sports seasons are in the rearview mirror, a handful of student-athletes remained to be rewarded for their efforts on the gridiron in eight-man football.

Mount View High School of Thorndike and Camden Hills Regional High School of Rockport football players have been spotlighted for their hard-nosed play.

The Mustangs, who participate in the Little Ten Conference, had four players nab awards, while the Windjammers, who participate in the Campbell Conference, also had four players earn recognition, along with another player who made the grade in the all-academic department.

For Mount View, Wyatt Evensen earned first-team all-conference on offense and honorable mention on defense, while Anthony Mathous (second-team defense), Rayon Kirby Jr. (second-team special teams) and Collin Jones (honorable mention offense) also earned awards in the LTC.

For Camden Hills, Louis Mainella earned second-team all-conference at linebacker and all-academic, while Mason Thomas (second-team defensive tackle), Cam Lawrence (second-team tight end), J.T. Johndro (honorable mention) and Avery Laite (all-academic) also were honored in the Campbell Conference.

Windjammer coach Chris Christie also doled out team awards for his players, including most impactful defensive player to Mainella, most impactful offensive player to Owen Reynolds, most improved player to Isaac Dutille and the Archie Stalcup Award — which signifies respect, commitment, team-first mentality and hard work in memory of the former local football coach — to Thomas Mitchell.

Camden Hills finished 2-5 in the regular season and fell to Mount Desert Island in the large school eight-man playoffs, while Mount View finished the regular campaign 1-6 and did not qualify for the eight-man small school playoffs.

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