Two area high school football teams combined to place 15 players on the 5A All-Conference roster. Monticello had nine selections while Crossett had six.

All-Conference picks from Monticello are Troy Brunson, a senior center and linebacker; Tyquan Daniels, a senior defensive back; Jordan Hashem, a senior linebacker; Lamarian Lovett, a senior offensive lineman; Kelvin Ridgell, a senior safety; Beau Rush, a junior linebacker; Jordan Smith, a senior defensive lineman; Kameron Smith, a senior offensive and defensive lineman; and Edwin Thornton, a senior defensive back. Monticello had three All-State picks.

The Billies finished the season with a 7-3-1- record.

All-Conference picks from Crossett were Kenyon Brantley, a senior defensive back; Corey Hodges, a junior free safety; Dominic Jackson, a junior running back; Reggie Martin, a senior defensive lineman; Ryan Rainey, a senior guard; and Orlando Robinson, a senior running back. Crossett had two All-State picks.

The Eagles snapped a 16-game losing streak this season with back-to-back wins against and L.R. Mills and North Pulaski. The Eagles finished the season with a 2-7 record.