Chris Ibarra of Commerce shared District A-6 most valuable player honors with Andrew Crow of Rejoice Christian.
Ibarra finished the season with 1,862 yards and 24 touchdowns on 209 carries.
He also caught 26 passes for 431 yards and another three scores for the Tigers, who finished 9-4 and reached the Class A quarterfinals.
Crow, who led Rejoice (13-1) to the Class A semifinals, had 241 carries with 43 touchdowns and 2,554 yards.
Crow also caught 10 passes for 192 yards and one touchdown.
The Tigers’ Hayden Moss was selected as offensive player of the year and teammate Ryan Dunbar shared defensive player of the year honors with Colten Dale of Colcord.
Moss completed 104 of 220 passes for 1,557 yards and 14 TDs. He also had 203 yards and five touchdowns on 85 rushing attempts.
Dunbar logged 153 total tackles from his linebacker position
He had 42 solos and 111 assists. Dunbar also recovered two fumbles, caused one and had two pass deflections.
Brent Marley of Rejoice and Steve Trammell of Oklahoma Union were co-coaches of the year.
Twelve local players received honors at their various positions, including Juan Herrera, Salvador Martinez, Brandon Brown, Colby Dean and Brandon Kelley of Commerce, Kale Thomasson, Tanner Daniels, Jonas Gregory and Trevor White of Quapaw, James Handrich, Grant Harden and Thatcher Smalley of Fairland.
Top players in the district on offense were:
Quarterback — Kale Thomasson, Quapaw
Running back — Joey Russ, Oklahoma Union
Offensive line — Tanner Daniels, Quapaw, guard; Eric Cullen, Rejoice, tackle, and Cole Inuoye, Rejoice, and Juan Herrera, Commerce, center; Chad Kendrick, Colcord, tight end; Reece Hamar, Rejoice, receiver.
Defensive honorees were:
Inside linebacker — Zach Hair, Rejoice, and James Handrich, Fairland
Outside linebacker — Trevor White, Quapaw, and Brandon Brown, Commerce
Defensive line — Grant Harden, Fairland
Defensive end — Colby Dean, Commerce
Safety — Brandon Kelley, Commerce, and Raven Difrancisco, Colcord
Corner — Hunter Harris, Oklahoma Union, and Thatcher Smalley, Fairland
Special teams — Jonas Gregory, Quapaw, player; Salvador Martinez, Commerce, and Justin Seay, Rejoice, kicker
Newcomer of the year — Seth Haley, Commerce; Jace Gillmore, Oklahoma Union, and Brannigan Ray, Quapaw
Riley Powell of Fairland and Brenden McMacken of Quapaw were medical players.
The all-district team included:
Commerce — Caden Pickard, Jayke Murphy, Oscar Guttierrez, Brandt Nading, Ty Houston, Austin Hart and Jacob Bachman
Fairland — Cole Cawlfield, Jamal Morris, Jay Padberg and Charles Reed
Quapaw — Josh Curry, Ty Earp and Craig Rundell
Afton — Brett Fuser, Cole Mikesell and Braeden Gaines
Rejoice — Riley Walker, Nate Anderson, Clint Hurst, Caden Ward, Dillon Hair, Logan Barnes, Roman Lockney and Gage Barham
Oklahoma Union — Brenden Reiman, Sam Dick, Trevor Hertel, Christian Robinson, Mason Seigel and Cody Benson
Ketchum — Zach Vanpool
All-district honorable mention:
Commerce — Lance Hyatt, Danny Salinas, Caleb Eulitt
Fairland — Jacoby Jackson, Maison Renfrow, Brian Padberg, Braxton Jones and Ahkay Steers
Quapaw — Jarrett Smith, Matt Lovell, Hunter Thomasson, Jacob Gregory and Dante Gaines
Afton — Patrick Hallacy
Rejoice — Joey Stephens, Hayden Viel, Dawson Gates, Cole Hill, Caillum West, Logan Linnell and Duke Curtis
Colcord — A.J. Nichols, Stormy Odle and Pablo Alvarez
Ketchum — George Horton...