The Bulldogs had one offensive player picked and three defensive players were picked by the league coaches.
Joe Moore, a senior offensive lineman was the lone offensive pick for the Bulldogs.
The 6-3, 245-pounder was also one of the team's captains this year.
"Joe's been a three-year starter for us on the offensive line," said Sikeston coach Jerry Dement. "He's done a good job, he's been a team captain and a leader. He's a very smart player and he's been a good one to coach."
Cox had to adjust to a position-change and he didn't miss a beat as he registered 50 tackles and four sacks.
"Salamar was the converted linebacker that we moved to defensive end and he really had a good year for us," said Dement. "He really picked his game up in a new position and made things happen."
The mammoth Madison, a 6-2, 280-pound noseguard, was a dominant run-
Scott finished the year as the Bulldogs' leading tackler with more than 60 on the season, four sacks and an interception.
"Jerod Scott was a captain -- he was all-conference last year as a junior and he repeated again this year," said Dement. "He was our leading tackler and he did a really good job for us."
Sikeston had several players selected for the second team all-conference. Junior wide receiver Michael Payne and junior running back Gavilan Bland were picked for second team as well as junior offensive linemen A.J. Vanover and Ryan Mitchell.
Senior David Stovall was selected as a second team defensive back.
Junior Tyler Dame was picked as a second team punter.
"It's nice to see them rewarded with some recognition from the conference coaches," said Dement. "Our second team guys played well for us and some of them are coming back for us. Hopefully they'll lead us to a good off-
season and we'll get ready for next year."
The Bulldogs finished the season 2-8, ending the year with a 25-14 upset victory over Cape Central. Sikeston returns most of its starting lineup for next season.