You didn’t have to look very far to find two of the conference’s best in the Cooper County Athletic Association.
While leading their teams to perfect records in the CCAA at 6-0, the Pilot Grove boys and Bunceton girls also captured district titles in 2013-14.
For that, senior Rachel Emde and sophomore Mason Schlotzhauer were selected as the MVPs in the CCAA conference for the second year in a row.
In the final-team standings for the girls in the CCAA conference, Bunceton finished a perfect 6-0. Pilot Grove finished second at 5-1, followed by Prairie Home at 4-2, Jamestown at 3-3, Otterville at 2-4, Higbee at 1-5 and Malta Bend at 0-6.
Meanwhile, in the final-team standings for the boys, Pilot Grove ran the table at 6-0. Jamestown, Prairie Home and Otterville all tied for second at 4-2, followed by Higbee at 2-4, Bunceton at 1-5 and Malta Bend at 0-6.
As for Emde, the senior standout finished the season averaging 21.7 ppg along with 11.9 rpg, 3.1. spg and 2.4 apg. Schlotzhauer, meanwhile, averaged 21.8 ppg for the Tigers along with 5.5 rpg, 1.8 apg and 1.8 spg.
Joining Emde on the first team are Pilot Grove’s Kerigan Wessing and Melissa Schlotzhauer, Prairie Home’s Makayla Zey and Shianne Rhorer and Jamestown’s Mickayla Strother.
Second team selections are Sam Brandes of Bunceton, Rachel Distler of Prairie Home, Alli Muri of Jamestown, Lisa Robertson of Otterville and Rhiannon Runyon of Higbee.
Honorable-mention all-conference are Lexi Muri and Mackenzie Strother of Jamestown, Maddy Berwanger of Bunceton, Stephanie Oswald of Otterville and Hope Clark of Higbee.
Following Schlotzhauer on the first team for the boys are Alden Rohrbach of Jamestown, Kyler Tucker of Bunceton, Rayce Kendrick of Prairie Home, Trevor Barbour of Jamestown and Justin Halgren of Otterville.
Second team selections are Colton Glenn and Trenton Young of Pilot Grove, Kody Simmons of Prairie Home, Andy Thompson of Jamestown and Jacob Beal of Higbee.
Honorable-mention selections are Jake Leverton of Pilot Grove, Jonathan Brandes of Prairie Home, Jake Neal of Otterville, Seth Tucker of Higbee and Wyatt Hunziker of Jamestown.