Madison football’s Noah Caswell (Courier file photo)
Madison football’s Noah Caswell (Courier file photo)
Madison football players Noah Caswell, Jace Humes and Quinton Farris have been honored by the Hoosier Hills Conference.

Caswell and Humes were each named to the All-HHC team while Farris was an honorable mention selection.

Caswell, a junior defensive lineman, had a monster season on the interior for the Cubs. The 6-foot-1, 215-pounder finished second on the team in total tackles with 74 and led the team in both sacks (2.5) and forced fumbles (2). He also had 4.5 tackles for loss and a fumble recovery.

Caswell was recently named Madison’s Most Valuable Defensive Player and Lineman Practice Player of the Week. He was also voted Madison’s Student Athlete for the month of October.

Humes, a 5-foot-10, 205-pound senior running back, was Madison’s top offensive threat and was selected the team’s Offensive Most Valuable Player for the second-straight year.

Humes led the team in rushing with 750 yards — averaging 4.4 yards per carry — and scored five touchdowns. He also had a pair of receptions for 33 yards.

Humes finished his Madison career with 1,328 yards on 266 carries with 11 touchdowns. He also spent time the past three years at quarterback.

Farris, a 5-foot-10, 160-pound senior defensive back, was named a team captain this season. He finished third on the team in tackles with 68 and led the team in interceptions (2) and pass break-ups (3).

Pacers’ Weaver named All-State

Switzerland County junior defensive lineman Zach Weaver has been named to the Indiana Football Coaches Association Class 2A Junior All-State team.

Weaver recorded 36 total tackles last season — 10 for loss — and also had five sacks, two forced fumbles and five fumble recoveries.

“Zach has an extremely high motor and helped impact many plays on the defensive side of the ball this past season. He never took a down off and wreaked havoc on the opposing team’s offense every chance he could,” Switzerland coach Ryan Jesop said. “We look forward to seeing what accolades his leadership and work ethic will bring to himself and our team next fall during his senior season.”