It's no secret that year after year, district 3A-2 is considered one of the toughest districts to play in during a football season.

It’s no secret that year after year, district 3A-2 is considered one of the toughest districts to play in during a football season.

Recently, the Plainview Indians and Sulphur Bulldogs were each rewarded for their solid seasons playing in this difficult district as the District 3A-2 All-District awards list was announced.

Sulphur’s own Trey Kiser was named as the Most Valuable Player for the 2018-19 season.

Kiser ran for more than 1,000 yards this season, leading his team in touchdowns scored as well.

Sulphur went 12-2, making their first appearance in the state finals since 2004, where the Bulldogs finished as the Class 3A State Runner-Up.

Plainview’s Lane Ross earned Co-Defensive MVP honors, while teammate Zack Cole was named as a Co-Offensive Lineman of the Year.

Another Indians standout receiving individual honors was Britten Sperry, who was named as the Defensive Back of the Year.

Johnny Cazares of Sulphur was named as the Defensive Lineman of the Year. 

Coach of the Year honors went to Sulphur’s Jim Dixon.

Clay Christiansen (RB) and Rylan Hodges (OL) were each named to the First Team Offense list representing Plainview.

Sulphur was represented on the list by Cole Johnson (QB), Darin Jones (WR), and Trevor Scott (OL).

On the First Team Defense list, Plainview was represented by Conner O’Neil (DL), Jacob Sauer (DL), and Chase Owens (DB).

Sulphur was also represented on the First Team Defense by Chris Keener (DL) and Mason Lance (LB). 

Plainview finished the season 9-3.