The first Jim Hughes Real Estate KMAland Athlete of the Week of the 2020-21 sports year goes to Kenna Ford of Riverside and Glenwood’s Brock Sell.
KMAland Sports Awards
Red Oak's driven, goal-oriented and dual and multi-sport star Justin McCunn is this year's KMAland Male Athlete of the Year.
The ultra-competitive, fierce and driven Sam Stewart of Mount Ayr is the 2019-20 KMAland Female Athlete of the Year.
Logan-Magnolia baseball won in essentially every way, shape and form in 2020 and nearly reached state for the first time ever. Those accomplishments have earned Coach Kurtis Hinkel our 2020 KMAland Coach of the Year Award.
Drew Petersen -- Treynor's quiet, but lethal lefty has pieced together a great career highlighted by the ability to flourish in postseason games. His clutch gene, along with his stellar regular season has earned him the 2020 KMAland Pitcher of the Year.
He was a threat to drive in a run nearly every time he stepped up to the plate, and for that, St. Albert's Cy Patterson is our KMAland Offensive Player of the Year.
Presenting the 2020 KMAland Baseball Conference Awards, including Offensive Player, Pitcher, Coach, Senior, Junior, Sophomore and Freshman of the Year in every KMAland conference.
Presenting the 2020 KMAland Softball Conference Awards, including Offensive Player, Pitcher, Coach, Senior, Junior, Sophomore and Freshman of the Year in every KMAland conference.
The leader of the two-time state champion Auburn Bulldogs takes the first KMAland Boys Basketball Player of the Year.
KMA Sports and Peru State College presents the 2019-20 KMAland Boys Basketball Conference Awards from the H-10, Corner, WIC, POI, RVC, MRC and Bluegrass.
Lewis Central's first postseason victory in 55 years, a fantastic state tournament showing and a state runner-up finish have earned Coach Derek Archer the honor of being named the KMAland Girls Basketball Coach of the Year.
The KMAland Girls Basketball Conference Awards are here! An Elite team for each KMAland conference + Player, Coach, Senior, Junior, Sophomore and Freshman of the Year.
The third annual All-KMAland wrestling team features 16 wrestlers, all of whom medaled. This year's team also features the four runners-up and two champions.
The KMAland Lineman of the Year is back, and Tommy Wilson, Kristian Martens and Logan Jones are this year's winners.
Fremont-Mills' Seth Malcom, Tri-Center's Trevor Carlson and Hunter Deyo of Lewis Central are this year's KMAland Defensive Players of the Year.
Sidney's Kelsey Hobbie is quite possibly the state's best combo blocker-digger, and with that comes this year's KMAland Defensive Player of the Year.
For the second consecutive volleyball season, Lewis Central’s Megan Witte wraps it up as the KMAland Offensive Player of the Year.