Five Culver-Stockton Wildcat football players are on the  2015 Heart of America Athletic Conference North Division all-conference team.

This year's team that was released by the league office last week.

Senior defensive end David Marcinko (Kansas City, Mo. / Staley HS) and senior linebacker Jeff Treadway (Columbia, Mo. / Hickman HS) earn second team honors while junior tight end Fred Moore III (Flint, Mich. / Southwestern Academy), junior wide receiver John Haarmann (St. Charles, Mo. / Francis Howell HS) and senior offensive lineman Nick Curlett (St. Louis, Mo. / Trinity Catholic HS) are honorable mention selections.

David Marcinko was a first-team selection in 2013 and 2014. He led the Wildcats with three sacks and eight tackles for loss this season. Marcinko was third on the team with 60 total tackles, including 30 solo stops, and he had one forced fumble and one blocked kick. In addition, Marcinko recorded his first career interception, which he returned for a touchdown, against MidAmerica Nazarene on Aug. 29.

In his career as a four year starter, Marcinko recorded 200 total tackles including 41.5 stops for loss, and 21 sacks. He r forced fourfumbles, has six fumble recoveries and five passes defended in 43 career games.

Jeff Treadway is also a four year letterwinner. He moved from safety to linebacker this season and led the Wildcats with 91 total tackles. The Columbia Hickman alum finished fourth in the Heart, averaging 8.3 tackles per game.  Treadway also recorded 7.5 tackles for loss and forced a fumble.

In his four-year career at Culver, Treadway garnered 214 total tackles, including 109 solo stops and 15 tackles for loss. He also forced two fumbles, had one fumble recovery and was credited with five passes defended.

John Haarmann led all Wildcat receivers with 42 receptions for 554 yards and six touchdowns this season. He averaged 3.8 receptions per game and 50.4 yards receiving per game, which were both ranked 10th in the Heart this season.

Fred Moore was second on the team with 34 receptions for a team-high 585 yards and three touchdowns. He ranked seventh in the Heart, averaging 53.2 yards per game. His 34 receptions ranked 15th overall in the Heart.

Nick Curlett is a three-year starter for the Wildcats on the offensive line, playing mostly at guard, though he has also played tackle this season.