Five Vaqueros make all-conference teams

Ivan Malinarich-Campos, Elijah King and Mitch Wishnowsky received first-team All-American Pacific League honors in football.

Campos, a 6-4, 285-pound sophomore from Sweden, started every game the last two years in the offensive line as the Vaqueros went 14-7 and reached a bowl game for the first time in 17 years. King, a freshman from Huntington, W.Va., was the second-leading receiver in the APL with 54 catches for 637 yards and seven TDs.

Wishnowsky, a freshman from Australia, was the No. 1 punter in the conference and No. 6 in the state with a 39.8-yard average for the Vaqueros, who went 7-4 this year. He was the best in the state with 30 returns that stayed inside the opponents’ 20. Wishnowsky, who also handled the kickoffs, got off a 77-yard punt vs. L.A. Pierce, the second-longest in school history.

Running back Cedric Cooper (624 yards, fifth in APL) made the second-team offense while defensive end Jay Terry (54 tackles) was a second-team defensive selection.