State B semifinalist Bigfork dominated District 7-B's selections to the all-state team when the lists were released recently.
The Vikings, who at 9-1 piled up more wins than the rest of the league combined, accounted for six all-state spots – most among any team in the classification.
At the top of the list was senior Josh Sandry, a Griz recruit who made all-conference at five different positions. The quarterback and safety was also chosen as a first-team kicker and kick returner, as well as a second-team punter.
Filling out the Viking selections were seniors Vinny Quirk, Logan Mejak and Isaac Martel, along with juniors Grant Ozegovich and Adam Jordt.
Sean Opland of Troy was the lone pick not to come from Bigfork out of 7-B.
The District 6-B selections were far more spread around with four teams represented among the five overall picks. League champion Loyola Sacred Heart earned two nods in seniors Danner Linhart and Stephen Sellman.
St. Ignatius senior Raymond Matt, Ronan senior Colton McCrea and Deer Lodge junior Quade McQueary rounded out the league's honorees.
State finalists Townsend and Huntley Project had the next highest number of selections. Townsend, which won its first state championship two weeks ago, had five picks while Huntley Project had four.