For two straight seasons, the Prairie City-Monroe football team dominated District 6 in Class 2A.
The Mustangs outscored their district foes 341-60 and the most points they allowed in a game was 14 twice. The second straight 7-0 district campaign resulted in 19 Mustangs getting honored with all-district recognition.
PCM earned 11 first-team honors, seven second-team selections and two honorable mention picks.
Junior Reed Worth was named the offensive MVP, junior Cole Dustin was the defensive MVP and head coach Greg Bonnett was the district coach of the year.
Nine of the 11 first-team selections were unanimous picks. That list includes Worth, Dustin, seniors Colton Warrick, Caden Lewis, Jacob Ponder and Noah Anderson and juniors Wes Cummings, Preston Van Wyk and Nick Dredge.
The other two first-team selections were juniors Brayton Van Dyke and Jarron Trausch.
Seven Mustangs were second-team picks. Those players include senior Jacob Woody, juniors Isaac Telfer, Brycen Rogers, Nick Buswell and Andrew Van Ryswyk, sophomore Jace Smith and freshman Grayson Strum.
The two honorable mention selections were senior punter Dayton Boell and senior kicker Brady Fagen.
The Mustangs earned all-district honors despite playing in only six district games. They were awarded a win by forfeit in the final regular season game of the season.
Worth was the offensive MVP as PCM’s quarterback. In district games, Worth threw for 1,150 yards, completed 72 percent of his passes (49-of-68) and threw 20 touchdowns to just one pick.
Worth also rushed for 380 yards and five touchdowns. He averaged 20 yards per carry.
Dustin was the defensive MVP after claiming 22 tackles, eight tackles for loss and one sack as a starting defensive end. He had 18 solo tackles.
Cummings was a first-team running back after rushing for 686 yards and nine touchdowns in district games. He averaged 12.3 yards per carry. Cummings also caught eight passes for 187 yards and two scores.
Van Wyk and Van Dyke were both first-team selections at wide receiver.
Van Wyk hauled in 13 passes for 370 yards and seven touchdowns. He averaged 28.5 yards per catch in district play. Van Dyke had 10 catches for 218 yards and four TDs.
All five PCM starting offensive linemen made an all-district team. The offense was guided up front by first-team selections Warrick and Lewis and second-team picks Van Ryswyk, Smith and Strum.
Joining Dustin as a first-team defensive linemen was Ponder. He had 17 tackles, two tackles for loss, one sack, one fumble recovery and 10 solo tackles.
The Mustangs’ lone first-team linebacker was Trausch, who finished with 27 1/2 tackles, seven tackles for loss and one sack. Trausch had 23 solo tackles.
Anderson and Dredge were both first-team selections as defensive backs. Anderson had 5 1/2 tackles and five solo tackles, while Dredge finished with 13 1/2 tackles, one tackle for loss and 12 solo tackles. Dredge also had four interceptions and a defensive touchdown.
Telfer earned second-team honors as a tight end. He hauled in nine catches for 109 yards and three TDs in district play.
Woody was a second-team selection on the defensive line after recording seven tackles, four solo tackles, one tackle for loss and one fumble recovery.
Rogers was a second-team linebacker after collecting 16 1/2 tackles, 14 solo tackles, one tackle for loss and three fumble recoveries.
Buswell was a second-team defensive back. He finished with 11 tackles, nine solo tackles and one tackle for loss.
Fagen was 35-of-43 in PATs as the Mustangs’ kicker. He had 19 touchbacks on kickoffs. Boell punted nine times for a 41.7 yards per punt average. Boell’s longest punt was a school-record 63 yards.
Class 2A District 6
Central Lee 4-3
Davis County 1-6
Most Valuable Offensive Player
Reed Worth, junior, PCM
Most Valuable Defensive Player
Cole Dustin, junior, PCM
Coach of the Year
Greg Bonnett, PCM
Most Outstanding Punter
Garl Norman, junior, Davis County
Most Outstanding Kicker
Royce Stuart, junior, Chariton
Most Outstanding Returner
Tiger Terpstra, senior, Centerville
* Reed Worth, junior, PCM
* Wes Cummings, junior, PCM
* Adam Rooney, senior, Central Lee
Dylin Harberts, senior, Chariton
Tyler Hopp, junior, Central Lee
* Preston Van Wyk, junior, PCM
* Zac Kratofil, senior, Centerville
Brayton Van Dyke, junior, PCM
Wyatt Klyn, junior, EBF
* Colton Warrick, senior, PCM
* Caden Lewis, senior, PCM
* Riley Reece, sophomore, Chariton
* Kacey Davis, senior, Central Lee
Trent Garver, senior, Albia
Cameron Fry, senior, Centerville
Peyton Moore, senior, Centerville
* Cole Dustin, junior, PCM
* Jacob Ponder, senior, PCM
* Logan Stickler, senior, Centerville
* Gunther Johnson, junior, Central Lee
* Nick Wood, sophomore, Chariton
* Jared Brisby, senior, Central Lee
Jarron Trausch, junior, PCM
McCain Oden, sophomore, Centerville
Dylan Cain, sophomore, Chariton
J.R. Zeitler, senior, Davis County
Ryan Adams, junior, EBF
* Noah Anderson, senior, PCM
* Nick Dredge, junior, PCM
* Jaxson Ocker, junior, Centerville
Tiger Terpstra, senior, Centerville
Isaiah Tuigong, senior, Chariton
Brady Kauzlarich, freshman, Centerville
Dakota Boyer, senior, EBF
Hunter Neer, senior, Chariton
Jonathan Bair, senior, Clarke
Collen Allen, senior, Davis County
Isaac Telfer, junior, PCM
Tyler Stringfellow, senior, Albia
Taylor McGrann, senior, Centerville
Jackson Fisher, senior, Chariton
Jace Smith, sophomore, PCM
Andrew Van Ryswyk, junior, PCM
Greyson Strum, freshman, PCM
Cade Moore, sophomore, Centerville
Taylor Shandy, senior, Chariton
Logan Hale, junior, Davis County
Hunter Slack, senior, EBF
Jacob Woody, senior, PCM
Trenton Bogle, senior, Centerville
Hunter Koehn, sophomore, Chariton
Jake Smith, freshman, Clarke
Gabe Larkin, junior, EBF
Brycen Rogers, junior, PCM
Stephen Wardlow, senior, Centerville
Jeffrey Tratchel, senior, Albia
Amani Fry, junior, Clarke
Nick Buswell, junior, PCM
Brandon Persons, senior, Albia
Keagan Ewoldt, senior, Centerville
Riley Domina, junior, Clarke
Reegan Warning, junior, Davis County
Brady Fagen, senior, PCM
Dayton Boell, senior, PCM