The Tri-Cities Fever dominated the Indoor Football League all-first and second teams, which were announced Tuesday by the league.
After posting a franchise best 12 wins, the Fever had Lionell Singleton and Jake Killeen each make the IFL’s first team.
Singleton, a defensive back, has recorded 79 solo tackles this season, and has 11 interceptions. Killeen, a defensive lineman, has made 24 solo tackles this season and forced two fumbles.
The Fever hosts Colorado at 7:05 p.m. Friday at the Toyota Center in the first round of the IFL playoffs. The Fever advanced to the title game last season, and have high hopes for another run this season.
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Quarterback Houston Lillard, wide receiver Steven Whitehead and offensive lineman William Falakiseni all made the IFL’s second team.
Lillard is 254-for-400 for 2,720 yards with 59 touchdowns and 10 interceptions in 14 games. Whitehead has caught 84 passes for 791 yards and 20 touchdowns.
Undefeated Sioux Falls has four players on the first team, as quarterback Chris Dixon, wide receiver Carl Sims, offensive lineman Myniya Smith and center Charlie Sanders were all selected. Dixon broke the IFL record for passing yards during the regular season.
Sioux Falls defeated Tri-Cities in the title game last season, and is 2-0 against the Fever this season. The Storm hosts Lehigh Valley at 5:05 p.m. Saturday.
In other playoffs matchups, Allen hosts Wichita at 5:05 p.m. Monday, while Green Bay welcomes in Bloomington at 5 p.m. Saturday.
Green Bay running back LaRon Council, fresh off becoming the IFL’s first 1,000-yard rusher. He also set IFL records in rushing attempts and touchdowns this season.
Also on the first team are Wyoming wide reciever Jasonus Tillery, Everett wide receiver Andre Piper-Jordan and kick returner Mike Tatum, Wichita offensive lineman Jason Enos and defensive lineman Matt Moss, Bloomington’s Jeff Sobol (DL), Ameer Ismail (LB) and James Temple (DB), Chicago’s Lenny Radkte (LB), Allen’s Frankie Solomon Jr. (DB), Lehigh Valley ironman Matt Cohen, and Colorado kicker Aric Goodman.
Quarterback: Chris Dixon (Sioux Falls)
Running Back: LaRon Council (Green Bay)
Wide Receiver: Jasonus Tillery (Wyoming)
Wide Receiver: Carl Sims (Sioux Falls)
Wide Receiver: Andre Piper-Jordan (Everett)
Offensive Line: Myniya Smith (Sioux Falls)
Center: Charlie Sanders (Sioux Falls)
Offensive Line: Jason Enos (Wichita)
Defensive Line: Matt Moss (Wichita)
Defensive Line: Jeff Sobol (Bloomington)
Defensive Line:Jake Killeen (Tri-Cities)
Linebacker: Ameer Ismail (Bloomington)
Linebacker/Strong Safety: Lenny Radkte (Chicago)
Defensive Back: Lionell Singleton (Tri-Cities)
Defensive Back: Frankie Solomon Jr. (Allen)
Defensive Back: James Temple (Bloomington)
Kick Returner: Mike Tatum (Everett)
Ironman: Matt Cohen (Lehigh Valley)
Quarterback:Houston Lillard (Tri-Cities)
Running Back: Darius Fudge (Allen)
Wide Receiver: Steven Whitehead (Tri-Cities)
Wide Receiver: Kayne Farquharson (Nebraska)
Wide Receiver: Clinton Solomon (Sioux Falls)
Offensive Line: Michael Trice (Colorado)
Center: William Falakiseni (Tri-Cities)
Offensive Line: Seth Smalls (Green Bay)
Defensive Line: Michael Dell (Reading)
Defensive Line: Xzavie Jackson (Cedar Rapids)
Defensive Line: Antonio Ficklin (Bloomington)
Linebacker: Peter Buck (Omaha)
Linebacker/Strong Safety: DeJuan Fulghum (Sioux Falls)
Defensive Back: B.J. Hill (Green Bay)
Defensive Back:T.J. Simmons (Cedar Rapids)
Defensve Back: Marvin Johnson (Lehigh Valley)
Kicker: Gary Cismesia (Omaha)
Kick Returner: B.J. Hill (Green Bay)
Ironman: Roland Bruno (New Mexico)