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High school football: 2019 All-District 6A-I-2 team announced

Moore star quarterback Daniel Hishaw Jr. was named Most Valuable Player of District 6A-I-2, as the All-District team was announced Monday.

Owasso quarterback Cole Duggar and tight end Mario Kirby were named co-Offensive Players of the Year. Putnam North's Zach Dortch and Tulsa Union's Jake Rogers were tabbed as co-Defensive Players of the Year. First-year Mustang coach Lee Blankenship won Coach of the Year honors.

Owasso won the Class 6A-I state title, its second in three seasons, on Saturday in a 14-6 win against Jenks.

Check out the complete list of accolades and honorees below:

MVP: Daniel Hishaw Jr., Moore

Co-Offensive Players of the Year: Cole Duggar, Owasso; Mario Kirby, Owasso

Co-Defensive Players of the Year: Zach Dortch, Putnam North; Jake Rogers, Tulsa Union

Special Teams Player of the Year: Khary Brown, Mustang

Offensive Lineman of the Year: Connor Leeper, Mustang

Co-Defensive Linemen of the Year: Mason Givens, Tulsa Union; Haydon Grant, Owasso

Kicker of the Year: Stefaan Forbes, Tulsa Union

Iron Man: Malachi Gatewood, Norman North

Coach of the Year: Lee Blankenship, Mustang

Quarterbacks: Hayden Conrad, Mustang; Colby Entwistle, Edmond North; Jaedyn Scott, Southmoore

Running backs: Jayce Gardner, Moore; Harvey Phillips, Mustang; Keilan Scott, Putnam North

Wide receivers: Cale Cabbiness, Norman North; Payton Lusk, Owasso; Ryan Mann, Edmond North; Jordan McFadden, Mustang; Kyler Pearson, Tulsa Union

Tight ends: Jack Cheap, Edmond North; Jake Roberts, Norman North

Offensive linemen: Gabe Cantu, Tulsa Union; Allen Carey, Owasso; Logan Furnish, Norman North; Jaylon Gordon, Moore; Jake Henry, Tulsa Union; Jayston King, Putnam North; Cade Williamson, Mustang

Defensive linemen: DJ Flowers, Putnam North; Cole Karn, Moore; Andre King, Owasso; Jaden Love, Owasso; Jachin McDonald, Norman North; Micah Walker, Tulsa Union, DJ Ware, Southmoore; Jett Woodward, Mustang

Linebackers: Tanner Edwards, Edmond North; Josh Fridrich, Tulsa Union; Colt Humphrey, Mustang; Jake Landers, Norman North; Marcus Morris, Moore; Kaden Romero, Putnam North, Judson Rowland, Mustang

Defensive backs: Dawson Adams, Owasso; Chauncey Andrews, Omarr Barker, Owasso; Tulsa Union; Josha Bowie, Norman North; Liam Krivanek, Mustang; Deuce Mayberry Jr., Owasso; Joseph Nichols, Tulsa Union; Tristan Profit, Owasso; Jaiden West, Moore

Related Photos
MHS #2 Daniel Hishaw scrambles to find a receiver as JHS #28 Matt Ackerley chases him during the 6A1 High School Football playoffs between Moore and Jenks at Edmond North Stadium, Friday, November 22, 2019. [Photo by Doug Hoke/The Oklahoman]

MHS #2 Daniel Hishaw scrambles to find a receiver as JHS #28 Matt Ackerley chases him during the 6A1 High School Football playoffs between Moore and Jenks at Edmond North Stadium, Friday, November 22, 2019. [Photo by Doug Hoke/The Oklahoman]

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Cameron Jourdan

Cameron Jourdan joined The Oklahoman in March 2019 to cover high school sports. He graduated from Oklahoma State University in May 2018. He had an internship with The Oklahoman and Stillwater News Press. During his time at OSU, Cameron served in a... Read more ›

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