Players from the Holden football team have received multiple postseason awards following the fall season.
For their play on the field this season, nine players have been tabbed as All-MRVC-East team members, six players have picked up all-district honors, and senior Danny Hartzler made the Class 2 All-State team.
Thirteen total players have received Academic All-MRVC-East recognition, and three players have been named as Academic All-State performers for their work in the classroom during the season.
Below is a list of postseason award winners from this year’s Holden football team.
Senior Danny Hartzler at linebacker, senior Trenton Day at offensive line, and junior Garrett Smith at tight end have been named as First Team All-MRVC-East players. Second Team All-MRVC-East players are senior Hunter Higgins at offensive athlete, junior Josh Taylor at defensive back, and sophomore Americo Mabrey at defensive line.
Eagles players named to the Honorable Mention All-MRVC-East team are senior Jarrin Brown at wide receiver, senior Kole Shumate at offensive and defensive line, junior Garrett Smith at linebacker, and freshman Aiden Christian at defensive line.
Holden football players named as Academic All-MRVC-East performers are seniors Jarrin Brown, Trenton Day, Keegan Daniel, and Chance Agcopra; juniors Josh Taylor, Garrett Smith, and Bryce Faust; sophomores Isaac Bell, Aiden Morarity, Jayden Davis-Hacker, Reco Jenkins, and Lane Inglis; and freshman Jacob Andes.
Holden football players named as First Team All-District team members are senior Danny Hartzler at linebacker, junior Garrett Smith at tight end, and sophomore Americo Mabrey at defensive end.
Second Team All-District players are senior Trenton Day at offensive line, sophomore Aiden Morarity at quarterback, and freshman Aiden Christian at defensive end.
Holden Eagles senior linebacker Danny Hartzler has been named to the Class 2 Missouri Football Coaches Association All-State Third Team.
Holden Eagle players named as Academic All-State performers are senior Jarrin Brown, sophomore Reco Jenkins, and sophomore Aiden Morarity.