Postseason play is complete for Courier-Post area basketball squads and all-district teams were recently announced.

Five area girls landed on the Class 3 District 8 all-tournament team, while one local girl was selected to the Class 1 District 10 squad and another to Class 4 District 8 honors.

Four area boys were selected all-district, including three in Class 3 District 8 and one in Class 4 District 8.

Hannibal sophomore Kaylee Falconer was chosen for Class 4 District 8 honors after averaging 12 points in the Lady Pirates two postseason games.

Marion County junior Payton Hays earned all-district honors in the Class 1 District 10 Tournament with 16 points and five rebounds in the Lady Mustangs opening-round loss to top-seeded Chamois.

In the girls Class 3 District 8 Tournament, Audrey Fohey (Palmyra), McKenzie Lathrom (Mark Twain), Emilie Okenfuss (Monroe City), Megan Stone (Palmyra) and Jada Summers (Monroe City) were all honored.

Fohey averaged 18.5 points and eight rebounds per outing in the Lady Panthers two tournament games. The junior tossed in a game-high 23 points in a semifinal loss to eventual champion Clark County.

Lathrom finished her stellar prep career with a 32-point performance in a first-round loss to Monroe City. The University of Missouri-St. Louis bound guard finished her career with over 1,900 points in a Lady Tigers uniform.

Okenfuss averaged seven points a game in Monroe City’s run to the district championship game.

Stone averaged 17.5 points and three steals in Palmyra’s two playoff games. The sophomore guard poured in a game-high 24 points in an opening-round win over Highland.

Summers averaged 26 points and 13 rebounds per contest in her three tournament games. The junior tossed in a tournament-best 40 points in Monroe City’s first-round win over Mark Twain and she surpassed the 1,600-point plateau for her career in the Lady Panthers semifinal win over Macon.

On the boys side, Hannibal junior Dezi Jones was honored as an all-district selection on the merit of his strong game in the Class 4 District 8 quarterfinals. Jones recorded 20 points and seven rebounds during the season-ending loss to Warrenton.

Grant Peters (Mark Twain), Peyton Plunkett (Palmyra) and C.E. Talton (Monroe City) were named to the Class 3 District 8 team.

Peters joined the 1,000-point club for his career with a 30-point performance in the Tigers loss to No. 2 seed Clark County in the opening round. Peters finished his prep career with 1,012 points.

Plunkett scored 16 points and pulled down 10 rebounds in Palmyra’s first-round loss to Monroe City.

Talton averaged 15 points and eight rebounds a game to help Monroe City to its second straight district championship.

Plunkett and Talton both surpassed the 1,000-point milestone earlier this season.