Sr., 6-0, OH
Noteworthy: Neisler was the face of a Jacksonville team that won the Class 4A state championship. The state tournament MVP, she recorded 787 kills, 92 blocks, 82 digs and 35 aces.
Sr., 5-6, Libero
Noteworthy: Shanks played a huge role for the Alexandria defense. The specialist averaged 11 digs a game.
Jr., 5-10, OH
Noteworthy: Dunn was potent for the Jacksonville offense, recording 523 kills this season. She had 250 digs, 79 blocks and 59 aces as well.
Sr., 5-7, OH
Noteworthy: Higgins played a big part in Oxford’s offense, recording 236 kills this season. She added 285 digs.
Soph., 5-7, OH
Noteworthy: Nolan led the Oxford attack, finishing the season with a team-high 270 kills. She added 186 digs.
Sr., 5-4, Libero
Noteworthy: Diaz did what her position entails, finishing with 423 digs on defense and a team-leading 115 aces.
Sr., 5-6, Setter
Noteworthy: Golden averaged five assists a game as the Valley Cubs’ setter. She added seven digs a game.
Sr., 5-9, MH
Noteworthy: Stallings was a big contributor for Jacksonville, recording 322 kills and 228 blocks. She added 47 aces and 29 digs.
Jr., 5-5, Setter
Noteworthy: Whaley played a big role for the Yellow Jackets as the setter, having a team-leading 543 assists. She also recorded 206 digs.
Jr., 5-10, MH
Noteworthy: Mays recorded 310 kills as a big threat from the middle of the court. She added 157 blocks.
Jr., 5-8, MH
Noteworthy: Trantham finished third on the team with 214 kills, just below Higgins and Nolan. She added 16 assists.
Sr., 5-8, MH
Noteworthy: Brown played a big role in the Alexandria offense, finishing the season with an average of eight kills a game.
Jacksonville — Courtney Bowden and Ashley Clingan; Oxford — Regan Robertson.