Nixa’s Hunter Daniels received top honors from Class 4 District 10 coaches by being named the District’s Player Of The Year.
Daniels, a senior forward, closed out his Eagles career with 27 goals this season. He will continue his career at Missouri State.
District champion Ozark landed five players on the First-Team. They include senior defenders Nick Rushing and Lawson Spence, senior goalkeeper Sean Smith, junior defender Carson Armstutz, junior midfielder Troy Davidson and junior forward TK Stine.
Spence, who totaled a dozen goals and six assists on his way to becoming Ozark’s career goals leader with 82, shares the District’s Defensive Player of The Year honor with Rushing.
Stine, who topped Ozark with 22 goals, shares the District’s Offensive Player Of The Year award with Kickapoo’s Jason Riddle and Branson’s Kyle Sutton.
Davidson led the Tigers with 12 assists while netting 12 goals.
Nixa is also represented on the First-Team by senior defender Tyler Stoneberger and senior forward Andreas Luiga.
The rest of the First-Team is made up of Kickapoo goalkeeper Jacob Holman and midfielder Aidan Bilboa and Branson forward Dwight Hyde.
Holman is the Goalkeeper of The Year.
Ozark coach Tom Davidson is the Coach of The Year.
The Tigers’ second-teamers are senior midfielder Magnus Kulseng, junior defender Mason Demoss and junior forward Wade Korns. Nixa’s second-teamers are senior forward Ethan Pellegren and senior midfielder Nathan Hirsch.