The lion's share of the Southern Peak Conference postseason football props went to heavyweights Centauri and Monte Vista.
The Ignacio Bobcats' share, following a difficult 1-8 season, was proportionally much smaller.
But nonetheless notable; senior quarterback/linebacker Adison Jones and junior wide receiver/defensive back Wyatt Hayes were chosen to represent Ignacio on the All-Southern Peaks Conference First Team for 2014.
Jones completed his last season with more than 1,500 yards passing and 10 touchdowns against eight interceptions. As the season progressed, he became a defensive fixture credited with 76 total tackles. Hayes was avoided as often as possible by enemies when lined up as a kick- or punt-returner. He was also Jones' top target and pulled in just under 800 yards' worth of catches, eight yielding touchdowns.
Ignacio seniors Blaine Mickey and Mike Perez were named Second Team All-SPC, more so for their defensive exploits than for their overshadowed offensive capabilities running the pigskin. The pair amassed nearly 700 all-purpose yards, but denied foes as many as possible. Mickey was credited with 117 total stops and Perez 92.
Finally, juniors Austin McCaw and Tyler Beebe-the latter ascribed 96 total tackles-were named Honorable Mention All-SPC, having both seen extensive time in the trenches during the fall.
On paper, McCaw will go into the 2015 season as a leading quarterback candidate to replace Jones, although last year both he and fellow backup Zach Weinreich (also a junior) were used primarily as offensive linemen by Head Coach Lupe Huerta to fill in the gaps on Ignacio's small team.