District 6 in 8-player released its postseason football awards and five Winfield-Mt. Union players received all district recognition. 

The sophomore sensations that are Cam Buffington and Abram Edwards were both named to the first team offensively. Buffington’s first year as the quarterback saw him throw the most touchdowns in the league with 17. He completed 54% of his throws, amassed 1,157 yards through the air, and added 1,028 yards on the ground with 18 house calls. Buffington scored eight two-point conversions and led the defense with 55 tackles. Edwards was a 6’5’’ nightmare on the outside that hauled in 28 receptions for 586 yards and eight touchdowns. He led the district with 21 yards per reception and on the other side of the ball recorded 43 tackles.  

Three players were named to the second team in receiver Caleb Giese and defensive backs Noah Sparrow and Cole Milks. Giese managed 22 receptions for 435 yards and six end zone trips. Milks led the team with three interceptions and Sparrow finished with 39 tackles. 

WMU finished 4-3 overall and fourth in the league with a 3-3 district mark.