Eight Early Longhorns and four Bangs Dragons received all-district baseball accolades from the coaches of District 6-3A, which were revealed Monday.

Leading the way for Early was senior Tristan Horton, who was selected the district's offensive player of the year.

First-team selections for the Longhorns included senior pitcher Christian Alcorta, junior infielder Chase Keilers, senior outfielder Kylar Mercer and senior catcher Trace Evans.

Landing on the second-team from Early were sophomore pitcher C.J. Hanley, junior infielder Devyn Burns and junior outfielder Ryan Hill.

For Bangs, sophomore Austin Hall was the lone first-team selection.

Dragons tabbed for the second team included freshman pitcher Eli Carbajal, junior designated hitter Colton Brewer and junior catcher Zach Zink.

The remainder of the 6-3A superlative award winners were Comanche's Dillian Bill as MVP, Dublin's Tim Teten as defensive player of the year, Dublin's Bryson Fowler as pitcher of the year and Coleman's Edgar Nunez as newcomer of the year.

Rounding out the first team were pitchers Cayden Steffey of Coleman and Jeremy Bostick of Comanche; infielders Ethan Wilson, Michael Constancia and Trent Strickland of Comanche and Brayden Burleson of Dublin; outfielders Ty McCullough and Grayland Jackson of Comanche and Josh Hanes of Dublin; utility player Walt Arnold of Coleman; first baseman Collin Davis of Comanche; designated hitter Trendon Martin of Comanche; and catcher Rayce Jackson of Dublin.

Comprising the rest of the second-team selections were pitcher Jacob Owen of Dublin; infielders Derek Connell of Brady and Jeremiah Martinez of Dublin; outfielders Trask Brown of Dublin, Xavier Nunez of Coleman and Casey Beaty of Comanche; first baseman Brady Moore of Dublin; utliity player Caleb Turnell of Brady; designated hitter Keith Wright of Dublin; and catcher Joe Gilligan of Comanche.

District 6-3A runner-up Early, under first-year head coach Joe Hatton, posted an 18-14 overall record, 7-3 in district, and reached the second round of the playoffs.

Bangs, in its first season of head coach Keith Meador's second stint in charge, went 3-18 and 1-9 in district, missing the playoffs.