• Mara Cox, 5-9 junior middle blocker, Edinburgh: Cox led the Lancers to a 24-10 record with 483 kills, 28 service aces, 37 blocks and 214 digs.

Cox came through with 20 or more kills in four of Edinburgh’s matches this season, including a career-high 29 in a five-set victory against Greenwood in October.

  • Taylor Hammill, 5-11 senior setter, Center Grove: The future Auburn Tiger again exceeded 1,000 assists with 1,087 in helping the Trojans finish with a 32-6 record at the Seymour Semistate.

Hammill, whose final prep season included 136 kills, 27 service aces and 166 digs, posted season-high assist numbers against Franklin (51) and in the team’s two losses to Cathedral (49 and 43).

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  • Malea Howie, 6-0 senior outside hitter, Center Grove: A two-year starter for the Trojans, Howie finished her high school career with a season in which she delivered 289 kills and 66 blocks.

Howie produced double-figure kill totals in 14 matches as a senior, the highlight being her season-high 13 in a 3-0 sweep of Mt. Vernon in September. Howie also had 28 service aces and 83 digs.

  • Rachel Kinney, 5-10 sophomore outside hitter, Franklin: Only halfway through her high school volleyball career, Kinney has twice been named All-County. This season she led the Grizzly Cubs in kills with 338, finished second in digs (242) and third in aces (51).

Kinney posted 10 or more kills in Franklin’s final five matches, including 20 against New Palestine. Her high for the season was 22 in a four-set win against Columbus North.

  • Brooke Phillips, 5-8 freshman setter, Franklin: Phillips made her first season of varsity volleyball a memorable one by producing 925 assists, 74 service aces and 179 digs.

The freshman also came through with 153 kills for the Grizzly Cubs, including 10 in a five-set victory against Perry Meridian in the second match of the season. Phillips’ top mark in assists was 41 against Columbus North.

  • Olivia Stilley, 6-0 senior middle blocker, Greenwood: A four-year varsity contributor for the Woodmen, Stilley led her team with 268 kills and 40 blocks, while also adding 40 digs.

Stilley tallied 10 or more kills in nearly half of Greenwood’s matches this season, her high being 21 in a five-set loss to Edinburgh.