Quinn Geraets was named the Brainerd Warriors Most Valuable Player at the postseason awards banquet.

Academic achievement award recipients were Madison Avery, Bailey Clausen, Lauren Crenna, Courtney Eschenbacher, Avrie George, Quinn Geraets, Brianna Hansch, Aspen Herron, India Hiltner, Semme Hiltner, Emma Kvalevog, Taylor Madsen, Aubri Metz, Saydie Olson, Kailee Roberts, Greta Schloemer, Thea Shogren, Michaela Steichen, Abigail Thom and Lexi Tihanyi.

Crenna, Eschenbacher and Madsen earned Academic All-Central Lakes Conference, which is given to seniors with a 3.4 grade-point average or higher.

Crenna and Madsen were also named Academic All-State, which is for seniors with a 3.85 GPA or higher.

Brainerd earned the MADT Academic Achievement Award.

Earning All-CLC in kick were Crenna, Harlie Spieker, Geraets, Grace Balsley and Madsen. India Hiltner and Eschenbacher were honorable mention selections.

All-CLC jazz went to Geraets, Jada Bentson and India Hiltner. Schloemer and Semme Hiltner were honorable mention selections.

Spieker and Mariah Erickson were All-State Kick, while Macy Clough and India Hiltner were All-State Jazz.

Crenna and Madsen were Class 3A All-State Tournament kick.

Individual postseason awards went to India Hiltner and Geraets (best leaps), Spieker and Olivia Ruhl (best kicks), Eschenbacher and Erickson (best toe touches), Geraets (best turns), Maycie Berg and Sam Steichen (most helpful), Bentson (best facials), India Hiltner, Kvalevog (quickest learner), Balsley (most optimistic and spirited), Erickson (stick it award), Metz and Mackenzie Grams (most organized), Madsen (most dependable), Crenna and Metz (hardest workers), Shogren (thick skin), Metz, Clausen and Roberts (most improved rookies), Crenna (most improved veteran), Aspen Herron and Kvalevog (hardest working swing) and Clausen (rookie of the year).

Crenna and Madsen were named the Heather Star Habeck Scholarship winners.