It's likely to be the first of a few more.
Last week, the Black Diamond Conference bestowed its Most Valuable Player honors upon Jacob Traxler, the first postseason award for the Eldorado High School senior.
Traxler was joined by Sesser-Valier-Waltonville-Woodlawn's Bryce Jones (Offensive Captian) and Fairfield's Lance Jolly (Defensive Captain) taking home the league's top honors.
Traxler, who has given SIU football and head coach Nick Hill a verbal commitment, led the Eagles offensive rushing attack with 100-plus carries and 1,000-plus yards, helping the Eagles to a 8-3 season, which concluded at Maroa-Forsyth, this coming on the heels of Eldorado knocking off Red Bud in the first round of the playoffs.
Traxler's teammate, Kyle Worley (OL) joined him on the First Team Offense.
Braden Attebury (DL), Dawson Metten (DL), and Joe Mayberry (DB) were named First Team Defense.
Justin Mace (OL) was the lone Eagle to land on Second Team Offense, while Ethan Debose made Second Team Defense.
Kale Oglesby and Jace Jenkins were both Honorable Mention selections.
Michael Dann covers prep and college sports for the Harrisburg Register, Eldorado Journal & The Gallatin County Democrat. Follow him on Twitter: @spydieshooter.