The team has at least one more match to go, but the individual awards are already rolling in.
Three Mohawk players gained first-team honors and the Warriors earned the league's top two individual prizes when officials released the Midland Athletic League late Thursday night.
Senior Sarah Parker was named the player of the year and Eric Hoover garnered the top coaching award after guiding the Warriors (23-2) to a perfect 11-0 slate in the MAL and into Saturday's Division IV district final.
Classmates Lynsey Trusty and Ashley Parker joined Sarah Parker on the first team for Mohawk.
Second-team honors went to juniors Kasey and Julie Adelsperger, while the honorable mention squad included the junior duo of Clara Adelsperger and Taylor McClain.
New Riegel, which Mohawk beat in the district semifinals Thursday, was also well-represented.
Sophomores Kara Scherger and Taylor Arbogast and junior Lauren Ladd picked up first-team honors for the Blue Jackets, who finished as the MAL runners-up at 10-1.
Senior Cassandra Acree ended as a second-teamer, and juniors Morgan Noftz and Brittany Gillig wound up on the honorable mention list.
Carey senior Hannah Tong, Fremont St. Joe senior Kristen Sessler and Hopewell-Loudon junior Courtney Burns rounded out the first team.
The second team also included Calvert senior Kaleigh Hendrix, St. Joe senior Amanda Binder, Calvert sophomore Meridith Lucius, Hopewell-Loudon senior Logan Frank, Calvert freshman Amber Perry and Old Fort senior Kristin Bender.