Monroe, OH, 6-1, Sr.
Munoz was the only player from the state named to the American Volleyball Coaches Association All-America first team. The Brigham Young recruit, who averaged more than seven kills per set and 27 kills per match, led the Bearcats to four consecutive trips to state.
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Kentwood, OH, 5-9, Sr.
A four-year starter, Campbell is a fiery competitor who has improved every season. Her Kentwood of Covington teams were 93-5 the past three years, with four consecutive top-eight finishes at state. The Northern Arizona recruit was co-MVP of the SPSL 4A North with teammate Jessie Genger.
Kentwood, OH, 5-11, Sr.
Genger, a two-time Star Times selection, moved from middle hitter this season and continued to deliver clutch plays for the Conquerors, helping them place fourth at state. The 2007 SPSL 4A North MVP shared ’08 honors with teammate Lauren Campbell.
OH, 6-1, Jr.
Bachesta was co-MVP of the Metro League Mountain Division. She amassed 392 kills for the Metro champions who finished second at 3A state, the Sammamish school’s most successful volleyball season.
Kennedy, MB, 5-10, Sr.
One of the most athletic players in the state, with a 31-inch vertical leap, Eneliko totaled 1,368 career kills (483 in 2008). She led the Lancers from Burien to three state trophies, including eighth in ’08. The two-time Seamount MVP signed with Oregon State.
Auburn Mountainview, S/H, 6-1, Sr.
McBride was part of the school’s first freshman class and became a four-time team MVP, leading the Lions to state the past three years. The left-hander is known for precision sets (1,264 in her career) and powerful kills (907). The SPSL 3A co-MVP signed with Oregon State.
Bothell, L, 5-8, Jr.
Iida was named to the All-KingCo 4A first team after impressing the league’s coaches with her ability to turn kills into digs and keep rallies alive. She helped lead Bothell to the KingCo 4A championship.
After losing her all-conference starting setter early in the season, Davis led Bothell — without a player taller than 5 feet 10 — to a 14-2 regular-season record and an improbable KingCo 4A championship. The Cougars advanced to state after winning the conference tournament.