A complete rundown of links to winter sports awards in basketball, bowling and wrestling from this past season.
KMAland Sports Awards
(Maryville) -- Maryville senior Keiren Watkins concluded a wrestling career full of blood, sweat and tears with a fourth-place medal and the KMAland Missouri Wrestler of the Year accolade.
Auburn senior Cam Binder's career will long be remembered in Auburn boys basketball folklore thanks to his clutch game-winning shots, gritty defense and three state titles.
Another dominant season has landed Mound City junior Tony Osburn the KMAland Missouri Basketball Player of the Year honor for a second consecutive season.
The first two-time Hawkeye Ten Conference Player of the Year is also this year’s KMAland Boys Basketball Player of the Year.
The KMAland Conference Boys Basketball Awards are bigger than ever with Player, Coach, Senior, Junior, Sophomore and Freshman of the Year + Elite All-Conference, All-Senior, All-Junior, All-Sophomore, All-Freshman, All-Defense & All-Reserve!
A season that put the Nodaway Valley girls basketball program on the map earned Coach Brian Eisbach the 2020-21 KMAland Girls Basketball Coach of the Year honor.
Nodaway Valley’s high-scoring, history-making sharpshooter is the 2021 KMAland Girls Basketball Player of the Year.
The KMAland Conference Girls Basketball Awards are bigger than ever with Player, Coach, Senior, Junior, Sophomore and Freshman of the Year + Elite All-Conference, All-Senior, All-Junior, All-Sophomore, All-Freshman, All-Defense & All-Reserve!
(Council Bluffs) -- St. Albert freshman Evan White put the KMAland bowling scene on notice with a superb campaign, which earned him the inaugural KMAland Male Bowler of the Year Award.
After a battle with cancer and a trip to state in her senior, Clarinda's Madi Pulliam is the first KMAland Girls Bowler of the Year.
The inaugural team includes bowlers from all four Council Bluffs schools, including two from St. Albert, two from Abraham Lincoln and one each from Lewis Central and Thomas Jefferson.
The best season in a decade for one of KMAland's most accomplished programs has earned Logan-Magnolia Coach Dan Thompson the 2021 KMAland Wrestling Coach of the Year honor.
One year removed from a heartbreaking loss in the finals, Syracuse senior Burton Brandt redeemed himself with a state championship and the KMAland Nebraska Wrestler of the Year honor.
Sharing isn't always fun for siblings, but for Logan-Magnolia's Wyatt and Briar Reisz, splitting the 2021 KMAland Wrestler of the Year honor is the latest of things they've done together during their careers.
Coon Rapids-Bayard's Kale Pevestorf, Easton Eledge of Underwood and Harlan's Jacob Schechinger are this year's KMAland Linemen of the Year.
Fremont-Mills' Seth Malcom, Brayden Wollan of Underwood and Lewis Central's Hunter Deyo are this year's KMAland Defensive Players of the Year.
The 2020 cross country season was a proud one for the area, but there was only one state champion. Tyler Blay of West Nodaway is this year's KMAland Boys Cross Country Runner of the Year.
A move from setter to libero set the stage for much success for Red Oak's Abbey Jones - this year's KMAland Defensive Player of the Year.
The KMAland Iowa Conference Volleyball Awards are here with Offensive Player, Defensive Player, Setter, Coach, SR, JR, SO and FR of the Year + All-Conference Elite for H-10, Corner, WIC, POI, RVC, MRC and Bluegrass.
The Corner Conference released their all-conference volleyball teams and they feature a hefty dose of Stanton and East Mills on the first team