All-district honors for 10 MFL MarMac football players

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Cullen McShane

Wyatt Powell

Gabe McGeough

Tristen Koehn

Chauncy Drahn

Bryce Radloff

Kaden Stocker

Austin Schlee

Josh Reichard

Kade McElwaine

By Audrey Posten, Times-Register


Ten MFL MarMac football players have been honored for their 2021 seasons. Cullen McShane was named MVP returner of Class 1A District 4. He was also named to the all-district first team along with Wyatt Powell, Gabe McGeough, Tristen Koehn and Chauncy Drahn. Bryce Radloff and Kaden Stocker earned second team all-district status, while Josh Reichard, Austin Schlee and Kade McElwaine picked up honorable mention nods.


McShane, a senior, racked up 203 kick return yards this season, for an average of 25.4 yards per return. He also returned one kick 90 yards for a touchdown.


As a running back, McShane carried the ball 139 times for a team leading 1,165 yards—a mark that put him second in the district—and averaged 8.4 yards per carry. He scored 15 of his 20 overall touchdowns while running the ball, outpacing all his Bulldog teammates and placing him third in the district. Additionally, McShane was one of MFL MarMac’s top receiving threats, catching 14 passes for 295 yards and three touchdowns, including a game winning 98-yard touchdown reception against Osage. He also scored three of the team’s two-point conversions.


Powell was selected to the first team as an outside linebacker. The sophomore tallied a team high 65 tackles this season, which was also fourth highest in the district. Forty-seven of those tackles were solo efforts, and 13.5 were for a loss—second most on both the team and in the district. Powell’s 3.5 sacks also put him tied for second in the district and tied for first among Bulldog players.


McGeough, a senior, had 56 total tackles as an inside linebacker, which was third most for MFL MarMac and fifth most in the district. That included 32 solo tackles and 6.5 for a loss. He also recorded 1.5 sacks, recovered 2 fumbles and snagged 2 interceptions.


At nose guard, Koehn earned 52.5 tackles for the Bulldogs, 32 of which were solo. The sophomore’s 14 tackles for a loss put him first on the team and in the whole district, and he was tied for second in district statistics and first on the team with 3.5 sacks. He nabbed a fumble as well.


Drahn, a senior offensive guard, was a key component in MFL MarMac’s offensive success. He helped pave the way for backs McShane and McGeough, who were able to average 8.4 and 6.5 yards per carry, respectively.


Radloff, a sophomore, and Stocker, a senior, were both selected to the second team as cornerbacks. Radloff finished the season with 55 total tackles, which was fourth most on the team and tied for sixth in the district. Forty-one of the those tackles were solo efforts and 3.5 were for a loss. He also pulled down 3 interceptions, a total that had him second among Bulldog players and third in the district.


Stocker, meanwhile, scored 4 picks—first on the team and in the district—and recovered 2 fumbles. He had 32 total tackles, 27 of which were solo tackles.


Like Drahn, Reichard was a key component on MFL MarMac’s offensive line. The junior helped block for the team’s dangerous running attack that averaged over 260 yards per game.


Schlee, also a junior, earned honorable mention as an outside linebacker. He accumulated 41.5 total tackles over the season, including 22 solo efforts and 7 tackles for a loss. He also recorded 1.5 sacks.


McElwaine was recognized as a tight end. The sophomore was an important blocker for the Bulldogs and also caught several passes for 26 yards—an 8.7 yards per catch average.

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