The Arkansas Activities Association has announced its all-state football rosters for the 2018 season.
Representatives from all Faulkner County schools land on the list for their respective school’s conferences.
In the 7A Central, Conway had five representatives listed for all-state and include juniors kicker Will Hogue, linebacker Reed Hughes, offensive lineman Zaul Vences and seniors quarterback Jovoni Johnson and running back Cary McClain.
This season, Hogue made 11 of 15 field goals with his longest coming from 46 yards out.
He also made all but one point after attempt in 53 attempts.
Johnson threw for 1,339 yards and 10 touchdowns, while also running for 853 yards and 20 touchdowns.
McClain had a successful season, running for at least 100 yards in seven contests, amassing 1,257 yards and nine touchdowns in his senior season.
Hughes totaled 121 tackles, including seven for loss.
He also recorded one sack and seven hurries as well as intercepting a pass and recovering a fumble.
There are no stats available for Vences.
These performances helped Conway to a 10-3 record in coach Keith Fimple’s first season as the Wampus Cats coach.
Greenbrier had a trio of players named to the all-state 5A West team, which include juniors linebacker/wide receiver Ryan Barnard, safety/wide receiver Logan King and senior offensive lineman Dylan Keller.
Barnard totaled 365 receptions for 365 yards and seven touchdowns, while reeled in 19 passes for 210 yards and three touchdowns.
No stats were available for lineman Kellar.
Vilonia also landed a pair of representatives on the list including senior quarterback Jordan Britton and junior running back Draven Smith.
Britton threw for 2,068 yards and 18 touchdowns to nine interceptions, while completing 58.7 percent of his passes.
Smith ran for 792 yards and 15 touchdowns. He recorded two games where he ran for more than 100 yards.
He also had 181 yards receiving and one touchdown on 20 receptions.
Mayflower also landed a trio of players on the list that includes senior twins Keon and Deon Simmons as well as senior Dylan Burnett.
The Simmons twins once again proved to be a dynamic duo for Mayflower, as Keon ran for 1,338 yards and 20 touchdowns, while Deon ran for 1,278 yards and 20 touchdowns.
Keon also had 10 touchdowns and 550 yards receiving on 20 receptions.
Though Burnett plays in the same backfield as the Simmons twins, he was honored for his defensive prowess.
He totaled 55 tackles in nine games played this year.
Conway Christian had seniors quarterback Jacob Wood and offensive lineman Jevin Callaway honored on the all-state teams.
Neither player had stats available.