In its final season of competition as a Mountain State Athletic Conference member, Ripley had seven players honored in its All-Conference voting.

 In its final season of competition as a Mountain State Athletic Conference member, Ripley had seven players honored in its All-Conference voting.

  Junior running back R.J. Evans was a Second Team All-MSAC selection on the offensive side of the ball.

 In nine games this season, Evans rushed for 758 yards on 130 carries for Eddie Smolder’s Vikings and scored six touchdowns.

  Junior Andrew Dolin was also a member of the Second Team Offense. A starting guard, Dolin helped open holes for the shifty Evans this past season.

  Another junior, Josh Kay, was chosen as a utility player for the the All-MSAC Second Team Defense. Kay led the team in tackles this past season with 76 total stops.

 Junior center Cayden Keeler earned Special Honorable Mention as did Ty Eshenaur, a senior wingback/defensive back.

Two more Vikings gained Honorable Mention in the All-MSAC balloting – senior tight end/linebacker Rocky Ford and sophomore fullback/linebacker Dalton Myers.

  League champion Huntington High produced Player of the Year Jadon Hayes and Coach of the Year Billy Seals. Huntington finished 10-0 in the regular season (the second perfect season in the eighth year with Seals at the helm of HHS football) and reached the Class AAA semifinals.

  The MSAC featured half of the Class AAA playoff field of 16 teams. Besides Huntington, MSAC teams in the postseason were Spring Valley, Capital, George Washington, South Charleston, Parkersburg, Cabell Midland and Hurricane.

Spring Valley reached the state championship game and was runner-up for a second straight year. SV defeated Huntington in the semifinals while Capital lost to Martinsburg.