Lydia Brenneman, Cape Elizabeth junior libero: Finished with 302 digs and 34 aces as she helped the Capers to their first Class A state title.

Kayley Cimino, Greely sophomore setter: Some coaches call Cimino the best setter in the state. She helped lead Greely to the Class A semifinals with 53 aces and 112 kills in 16 matches.

Heather Clark, Yarmouth junior middle hitter: Had 123 kills and led Class B in blocks with 67 for a team that won its second consecutive Class B state championship.

Tess Haller, Cape Elizabeth junior middle hitter: The standout leader for the Class A state champions with 106 kills, 33 aces, 29 blocks and 49 digs. When the Capers needed a big point, Haller usually had her hands on the ball.

Jocelyn Moody, Biddeford junior outside hitter: Finished with 181 kills and 66 aces as she helped lead her sixth-ranked team to the state quarterfinal against defending state champion Falmouth.

Kayla Savage, Scarborough senior outside hitter: Finished with 87 kills, 55 digs and 33 aces in 15 matches for a team that lost a 3-2 match against eventual champion Cape Elizabeth in the Class A quarterfinals.

Makenzie Sheehan, Yarmouth junior middle hitter: Helped lead Yarmouth to its second-straight Class B state title. The first server in the rotation, Sheehan led the Clippers with 89 aces. She added 32 blocks and 75 kills in 16 matches.

Sarah Shelton, Ellsworth senior outside hitter: Had 192 kills, 102 digs, 56 aces and 94 assists in 15 matches.

Megan Tammaro, Falmouth senior setter: Last year’s Maine Sunday Telegram Player of the Year, Tammaro again led her team to the Class A state final.

Alex Tebbs, Greely junior outside hitter: Helped lead top-ranked Greely to the Class A semifinals and a 13-3 record with 123 kills and 41 aces.

Coach of the Year

Sarah Boeckel, Cape Elizabeth: Boeckel turned around the Cape Elizabeth program in 2013 – her first year as varsity coach – and took the 8-year-old varsity program further this fall, guiding the Capers to their first state title. The Capers trailed in all three matches in the state tournament but rallied from a 2-0 deficit in both the semifinals (against top-ranked Greely) and final (against defending champion Falmouth).