Allison Barr, Sr., Edmond North
The story: A powerful outside hitter, Barr was the driving force for Edmond North in a 32-4 season in which it reached the state semifinals. The 5-foot-10 middle hitter has signed with Central Oklahoma.
Courtney Bowie, Sr., Bethany
The story: Bowie, a 6-foot middle hitter, anchored Bethany on its run to the state tournament, finishing with 124 blocks and averaging 12.4 kills per game. Bowie has signed with hometown Southern Nazarene.
Carter Cloud, Sr., Heritage Hall
The story: The only senior on a very young Charger team, Cloud was a central force at defensive specialist, holding the squad together on a run to the Class 5A finals and a 26-3 record.
Player of the Year
McKenna Qualls, Sr., Edmond Memorial
The story: Qualls led Edmond Memorial on a run to the state finals in one of the most competitive seasons in Class 6A in recent years. One of the top hitters in the state this season, Qualls is bound for Oral Roberts.
Jordan Spence, So., Edmond Santa Fe
The story: The Wolves battled through the season with a young roster, but players like Spence provide great excitement for the future. The 6-foot-1 middle hitter was a force at the net during Santa Fe's 24-10 season.
Lauren Winslow, Sr., Christian Heritage
The story: CHA finished 29-9 on the season with Winslow anchoring the lineup at setter. She worked seamlessly with the Crusaders' dangerous line of hitters on the way to a Class 5A semifinal appearance.
Coach of the Year
Kerri Cagle, Bethany
The story: Cagle's Bronchos fought through a tough schedule against teams from all classes to finish 26-9, reaching the state tournament for the first time in school history.