Miamiís Trent Turner was named the offensive player of the year and four Wardog teammates received other major honors in District 5A-3.
Turner completed 147 of 243 passes for 2,006 yards and 18 touchdowns. He averaged 13.65 yards per completion.
Turner also rushed for 665 yards and nine scores.
Other MHS players honored were:
4 Nathan Hazley shared defensive lineman of the year along with Jake Morgan of Bixby.
4 James Pickens shared cornerback of the year with Aaron Tomlinson of Skiatook.
4 Chad Johnston shared linebacker of the year honors with Jacob Inbody of Bixby.
4 Seth Rhodes shared the kicker of the year award with Cameron Craig of Tulsa Kelley.
Kaden Nicholas, Curtis Chambers and Sammy Humble were named all-district linemen while Jordan Simons and Butch Flick were all-district receivers. Grant Longcrier was named an all-district running back.
On the defensive side of the football, Caleb Thyer was named an all-district lineman while Johnston was honored as a linebacker.
Josh White, who was included on a list of players who were injured much of the season but deserved recognition, and Pickens were named all-district defensive backs.
Grant Bigby, Zach Clark and Chris Chase received honorable mention all-district honors.
Michael Doctor of 5A state champ Tulsa Washington was named the 5A-3 player of the year.
Hazley was the most valuable defensive player in the Verdigris Valley Conference.
Miami players receiving all-conference recognition were Turner, Longcrier, Pickens, Chambers, Johnston, White, Nicholas, Thyer and Hazley.