"He just got better and better and, with his willingness to learn, he's just a tenacious kid," Eberhart said of Kim, who also rushed for 678 yards and two touchdowns. "He really helped us establish the ability to run the ball and control the clock a little bit and stay in games as long as he did."
Anderson had three interceptions, while Maravilla had two of his own.
Hoover, which went 1-9 and 0-7 in league, landed senior quarterback AJ Pule and senior receiver Devaughn Williams on second-team skill positions and senior Sergio Arenas was a second-team offensive lineman.
"AJ did good job, he threw the ball and he ran the ball and was our leader, especially on offense," Tornadoes Coach Chris Long said of Pule, who passed for 2,051 yards and 13 touchdowns, while also rushing for 433 yards and eight touchdowns.