Two area teams placed players on the high school football District A-6 All-District team.
The Pawnee Black Bears were the district champion and the Woodland Cougars finished as runners-up. Pawnee finished the season 7-1 with the only loss on its schedule coming in the opening game with Washington, a Class 2A ranked team. Woodland is now 10-1 with its only loss coming in its game with Pawnee.
Pawnee’s All-District team members:
District A-6 assistant coach of the year— Daniel Kendle
District A-6 player of the year — Blake Skidgel
District running back of the year— Trevor Mitchell
Offensive lineman of the year— Tad Hughes
Defensive lineman of the year — Conner Skidgel
All-District tight end— Kamden Jones
All-District offensive tackle—Chuck Long
All-District offensive guard— Conner Lieb
All-District center— Sutton Burnett
All-District injured player— Gunner Fritsche
District Courage Award— Cade Clymer
Honorable mention— Jake Mitchell, free safety; Nicky Ceaser, strong safety; Harlan Britt, defensive end; Malique Barber, defensive tackle; Barrett Stevenson, fullback.
Woodland’s All-District team members:
District A-6 offensive MVP— Nate Lockert
District A-6 defensive MVP— Jake Kennedy
Defensive tackle of year— Luke Fisher
Defensive back of the year— Trey Reese
Fullback of the year— Ben Brock
Courage/leadership Award— Ethan Fesler
Slot receiver of the year— Mason Dysart
Center of the year — Gunnar Gates
Honorable mention— Jacob Brackett, offensive tackle; Lucian McKinney, tight end; Zane Jenkins, offensive tackle; Jamie Jordan, defensive back.
Members of District A-6 include Pawnee, Woodland, Hominy, Morrison, Caney Valley, Chelsea and Chouteau-Mazie.