Sr., 5-10, MH
Noteworthy: Phillis led the Falcons to their third consecutive Class 1A state final appearance, leading the team with 591 kills, a 49.8 kill percentage, 606 digs and 158 blocks. She added 64 aces.
Sr., 5-3, Setter
Noteworthy: Segrest was a large part of Donoho’s success, playing as the team’s only setter. She recorded 1,237 assists, 93 aces, 489 digs and 37 blocks as the Falcons finished as the Class 1A runner-up.
Jr., 5-0, MH
Noteworthy: Benefield paved the way for the Raiders, recording a team high in kills, 222, and blocks, 74.
Soph., 5-6, OH
Noteworthy: Nunez stood out for the Panthers, leading the team with 175 kills. She added 55 aces, 13 blocks and 12 digs.
Jr., 5-9, MH
Noteworthy: Miller provided the Indians’ most potent offensive attack, finishing the season with 140 kills.
Sr., 5-8, Setter
Noteworthy: Camp played a huge role for Faith as the setter, leading the team with 455 assists. She added 278 digs, 48 kills and 74 aces.
Jr., 5-7, OH
Noteworthy: Sanusi came onto the scene strong with 141 kills for the Cardinals. She added 31 blocks, 15 aces and 18 digs.
Jr., 5-7, RH
Noteworthy: Ray played a big role the Falcons, finishing the season with 167 kills, 67 aces, 448 digs and 51 blocks.
Jr., 5-11, MH
Noteworthy: Christian was a strong presence on the court for the Falcons, finishing the season with 195 kills, 120 digs and 99 blocks.
Jr., 5-8, MH
Noteworthy: Steger joined Miller in the Indians’ offensive attack, finishing near the top of the leaderboard in kills, having 139 at season’s end.
Jr., 5-11, MH
Noteworthy: Shaw provided a spark for the Panthers, finishing the season with 170 kills, 33 blocks, 32 aces and four digs.
Sr., 5-2, OH
Noteworthy: Cotton led the team in digs, 348, but played well everywhere on the court for Faith. She added 132 kills and 99 aces.
Jr., 5-6, OH
Noteworthy: Rothwell added large contributions to the Cardinals, finishing the season with 165 kills, 56 aces and 23 digs.
8th, 5-2, DS
Noteworthy: Bryant played the epitome of a defensive specialist, finishing the season with 419 digs. She added 38 aces and 25 kills offensively.
Jr., 5-6, MH
Noteworthy: Cochran was a good strong hitter for the Raiders, finishing the season with 165 kills, 43 digs and 19 blocks.
Fresh., 5-4, Setter
Noteworthy: Mullinax was just what the Panthers needed at setter. The underclassman finished the season with 454 assists, 21 kills and seven digs.
Ohatchee — Mattie Coger, Kaelin Cobb; Jacksonville Christian — McKenzie Reid; Donoho — Kayla Wallace; Pleasant Valley — Jordan Moorer, Bailey Turner; Wellborn — Lauren Carroll; Faith Christian — Madison Stephens.