The Alta Cyclones had the best record among area baseball teams and were rewarded accordingly, getting four players on the Iowa High School Baseball Coaches Association's all-district squads.
Scott Radke was a first-teamer, while Jake Bibler, Chris Schmitz and Jack Mills made the Class 1A Northwest district's second team.
Radke, a junior third baseman, had team bests in RBIs (34) and batting average (.459) for coach Jerry Braunschweig's Cyclones, who finished 24-8.
Bibler, a junior catcher, hit .377. Schmitz, a junior second baseman, stole 20 bases, and Mills, a sophomore catcher, hit .416 for the Cyclones.
Other area 1A selections were St. Mary's T.J. Miller, and Newell-Fonda's Matt Spaulding and Nathan Miller.
T.J. Miller, a leadoff-hitting senior shortstop, hit .316 while going 4-2 with a 2.95 ERA on the mound and a team-high 51 strikeouts. He made the all-district team as a utility man.
Spaulding, a senior pitcher, went 8-4 with a 2.36 ERA, while Nathan Miller, a senior catcher, hit .359 for the 'Stangs.
In 3A, the Storm Lake Tornadoes had a pair of players make the West all-district teams. Mitch McCabe, a senior shortstop, made the first team, while Tyson Brandt, a senior right fielder, made the second team.
McCabe led the Tornadoes in hits (34), runs (43), doubles (10), walks (25), stolen bases (22), batting average (.493) and on-base percentage (.639).
Brandt, whose season was cut short near the end with a separated shoulder, led the team in triples (4) and slugging percentage (.857) while batting .492.
Sioux Central landed a pair of players on 2A's all-Northwest district, with Trevor Tiefenthaler, a sophomore outfielder, and Cole Buccholz, a senior pitcher, both making the second team.
Tiefenthaler hit .437 for the Rebels, while Buchholz, who landed on the team's utility slot, went 6-3 with a 2.59 ERA.