The hockey coaches of the Railbelt Conference voted on the All-Railbelt Conference awards Monday night.
The Coach of the Year went to Lane Styers and the Most Valuable Player went to Daniel Matveev, both of league champion Houston.
Making first-team all-conference are Matveev, Houston’s Domnin Efimov, Houston’s Afanasy Efimov, Kenai’s Jacob Begich, Kenai’s Logan Mese, Palmer’s Jeremy Horacek, Soldotna’s Dylan Dahlgren, Homer’s Keegan Strong, Homer’s Casey Otis, Homer’s Matfey Reutov and Juneau’s Sam Bovitz.
Making second team are Houston’s Brody Richards, Houston’s Anfim Konev, Kenai’s Carson Koppes, Kenai’s Daniel Shelden, Palmer’s Bryce Armstrong, Palmer’s Carter Greco, Soldotna’s Aiden Burcham, Soldotna’s Josh O’Lena, Juneau’s Andre Peirovi and Kodiak’s Collin McCarthy.
Kenai’s Reagan Graves and Kodiak’s Max Cook were honorable mention.