Hannah Rose Frohling, Edmond North
The story: The athletic youngster was the most dangerous player on a very talented Edmond North squad that eliminated two-time defending 6A champion Tulsa Kelley before falling in the state finals to Santa Fe.
Sarah Jekel, Mount St. Mary
The story: A three-year starter, Jekel's leadership was the heart and soul of the Rockets' run to the Class 4A title. She averaged 25 assists and five kills per match from the setter position.
Bailey Otto, Edmond Santa Fe
The story: The state tournament MVP and senior leader ended the year with a .246 hitting percentage, 321 kills, 119 digs and 48 blocks as Santa Fe rolled to a 37-1 record and the 6A title.
Bradi Ryan, Heritage Hall
The story: Ryan made a strong case for Player of the Year honors. She was a difference-maker for the Chargers with her hitting ability on the outside, leading them to their first state title since 2008.
Amy Serowski, Southmoore
The story: Southmoore's do-it-all star was a four-year starter and led the team to its first state tournament appearance. She had 367 kills, 54 aces and 361 digs.
Player of the Year
Jordan Spence, Edmond Santa Fe
The story: Edmond Santa Fe was probably the deepest team in the state, but Spence's ability to take over games at the net helped them become the best.
Coach of the Year
Mary Jekel, Mount St. Mary
The story: You could make a case for Edmond Santa Fe's Will Ethridge or Heritage Hall's Dana Schwab as the top coach this season. Along with Jekel, all three led their teams to state championships. But unlike the other two, Jekel did it at a school that had never even qualified for the state tournament before, much less won it.