OH — Quincey Coyle, Sr., Mead: Coyle nabbed the BoCoPreps player of the year and CHSAA’s Class 4A player of the year for putting up ridiculous numbers all season long: 481 kills, 47.5 kill percentage, 92 aces, 41 blocks and 327 digs. She helped carry her Mead team to the quarterfinals of the state tournament while breaking the school record for kills in a season.
OH/S — Maggie Olson, Sr., Erie: Olson was truly remarkable in her role, helping lead Erie to a state tournament appearance. As a first-team all-state pick, she recorded 342 kills, a 48.3 kill percentage, 580 assists, 46 aces, 73 blocks and 231 digs.
OH/RS — Kinley Lindhardt, Sr., Frederick: Lindhardt played a major role in leading her Warriors to their first state tournament bid as she managed 284 kills, a 31.1 kill percentage, 24 assists, 42 aces and 211 digs. She was a Longs Peak League first-teamer.
OH/RS — Katelin Sindelar, Jr., Frederick: Sindelar helped lead her team to the most wins in a season, including two wins at state, as she racked up 305 kills with a 34.2 kill percentage, 25 assists, 60 aces and 211 digs. She, too, was an LPL first team selection.
OH — Sophie Buschmann, Sr., Broomfield: Buschmann was named the Front Range League’s player of the year as well as first team all-state, and deservedly so. She led her 25-4 Eagles in several categories by putting up 388 kills, a 41.5 kill percentage, 44 aces, 24 blocks and 192 digs.
MH/OH — Zoe Gibbs, Sr., Niwot: Gibbs won the 4A/3A Longs Peak League player of the year and made the first team all-state after leading her 25-4 Cougars to the 4A state semifinals with 267 kills, a 35.6 kill percentage, 56 aces, 38 blocks and 232 digs.
MB — Morgan Munro, Sr., Mead: Munro seemed to do a little bit of everything as she collected 268 kills with a 41.4 kill percentage, 63 aces, 75 blocks and 226 digs. Those marks earned her first team honors in the 5A/4A NCAC.
S/RS — Ashley Livingston, Sr., Frederick: Livingston added to Frederick’s great success this year as a bit of a swiss army knife in the setter position. She recorded 718 assists, 91 kills, a 32.2 kill percentage, 76 aces, 31 digs and 190 digs, numbers that placed her on all-league first team.
OPP/DS — Emma Winter, Sr., Broomfield: Winter earned a bid for FRL first team as she racked up impressive numbers to help lead her Eagles to two wins in the 5A state tournament. She recorded 375 kills with a 43.9 kill percentage, 43 aces, 38 blocks and 247 digs.
L/S/DS — Varshini Panuganti, Jr., Niwot: Panuganti played a pivotal role in Niwot’s success as she basically ran the team from the back row with 389 digs while adding 49 aces. Her court IQ was unmatched within the program.
Coach of the year — Suzanne Robison, Frederick: In a season with several strong candidates for coach of the year, Robison stood out for the history she helped the Warriors make. They not only made their first appearance in the state tournament, but they collected the most wins ever in a season by the program, including two at state.
Devyn Berg, Sr., Fairview; Makenna Bertsch, Sr., Holy Family; Sydney Caquelin, Sr., Skyline; Sylvia Conway, Sr., Centaurus; Morgan Daugherty, Sr., Niwot; Kayla Dayhuff, Sr., Legacy; Grace Demmel, Jr., Niwot; Ainsley Duffield, Sr., Boulder; Emily Foraker, Sr., Longmont; Madison Forss, Sr., Holy Family; Anne Haley, Fr., Niwot; Sydney Javes, Jr., Dawson; Carolyn Jewett, Sr., Monarch; Madison Jonason, Sr., Longmont; Sophie Kubiak, Sr., Monarch;
Bridget Kusbel, Sr., Longmont; Grace Langlois, Sr., Peak to Peak; Rowan Ramsey, Jr., Erie; Sophia Renner, Jr., Jefferson Academy; Elizabeth Rooks, Sr., Prospect Ridge Academy; Megan Sotiroff, Sr., Silver Creek; Taylor Tatham, Sr., Mead; Alexandra Urbina, Jr., Legacy; Kayla Valente, Sr., Lyons.