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Alex's Tatton Anderson with the ball during a game from the 2018 Class B playoffs.

Editor's note: This story has been updated to show that Triston Truelove was listed on VYPE's website on the Class 4A All-VYPE team, but he was not listed in the print edition of the magazine.

VYPE has released its All-VYPE rosters ahead of the 2019 Oklahoma high school football season.

The rosters were released in the magazine's Pigskin Preview, and several players from The Express-Star coverage area were selected.

The Class 4A roster had the most area players selected. Chickasha and Blanchard each had one player named, while Tuttle had multiple players selected.

Chickasha's Hasian Burdex was selected to the roster as an athlete. Burdex is entering his senior season and helped Chickasha win four games in 2018 as a running back.

Blanchard's Bryce Madron was named to the roster as a running back. Like Burdex, Madron is entering his senior season and has been prolific for the Lions.

After a 14-0 season that ended in a state championship, Tuttle earned plenty of representation on the All-VYPE roster in Class 4A. 

Colin Naney was named as an offensive lineman. Parker Ross (wide receiver) and Zane Vasquez (athlete) were also selected.

Running back Triston Truelove was listed on VYPE's website but not in the print edition.

All four of those players were nominated by the magazine to be named Mr. Football Oklahoma. 

Minco had three players selected to the Class A All-VYPE roster, including Rody Schneider. 

Schneider was also nominated for Mr. Football Oklahoma.

VYPE also selected Minco's Aidan Howry (defensive lineman) and Cavin Russell (athlete).

Dibble's Nathan Malchaski was not on the All-VYPE roster, but he was nominated by VYPE for Mr. Football Oklahoma. 

Alex's Tatton Anderson was the lone area player named to the Class B All-VYPE roster. Anderson has rushed for over 3,000 yards in his first two seasons.

Area athletes were also named Hometown Heroes by the magazine in the Pigskin Preview.

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