Rocky Mountain College coach Brian Armstrong and Battlin' Bear quarterback Kasey Peters were singled out for special recognition Thursday as the Frontier Conference announced its all-league football team.
Armstrong was voted as the coach of the year, while Peters repeated as co-offensive player of the year in sharing the award with Carroll College quarterback Gary Wagner.
Armstrong directed Rocky (6-5) to its first winning season since 1999. Peters passed for 2,330 yards and 22 touchdowns in just eight games for the Bears.
Carroll linebacker Thomas Dolan also repeated as the Frontier's defensive player of the year. The Billings senior, who shared defensive MVP accolades last year with Montana Western's Chad Schira, has been in on 61 tackles for the Saints so far this season and two interceptions.
Besides Peters, Rocky receivers Nathan Barnett and AJ Tolbert and offensive lineman Dima Vasilevskiy were also chosen for the first team on offense.
Derek Carothers of Rocky was honored as the first-team punter.
League champion Carroll had seven first-team selections on offense, five on defense and one on special teams.