Molly Chapin, Greely senior, outside hitter: Chapin joined Kayley Cimino in providing the bulk of Greely’s offensive power, tallying 99 kills and leading the Rangers to their ninth Class A title.

Rachel Chille, Yarmouth senior, outside hitter: Along with Alison Clark, Chille fueled Yarmouth’s offense. She had 132 kills, 86 aces and 104 digs.

Kayley Cimino, Greely senior, opposite hitter: The hands-down pick for player-of-the-year honors according to most coaches, she led her team to its first Class A state championship since 2012, amassing 82 aces and 180 kills.

Alison Clark, Yarmouth senior, outside hitter: Clark led Yarmouth to the Class A semifinals with 255 kills, 56 aces and 70 digs.

Kendra Cote, Biddeford senior, middle hitter: Cote led her team to a 13-3 record. She tallied 130 kills with one of the hardest shots in the state.

Jordyn Cowan, Scarborough senior, middle hitter: A smart player with excellent ball placement, Cowan racked up 93 kills while leading Scarborough to a 16-2 record.

Kelly Delaney, Calais senior, outside hitter: Delaney her team to the Class B state championship, amassing 79 aces and 210 kills.

Kacey Foerster, Scarborough senior, outside hitter: Another standout on a deep Red Storm team, Foerster tallied 103 kills and 47 digs to help her team reach the Class A final.

Morgan Selby, Greely sophomore, setter: Selby set the ball perfectly for Greely’s powerful offense while tallying 50 aces and 51 kills.

Madi Tait, Falmouth senior, libero: Varied shots and perfect ball placement made Tait the leader of a team that reached the Class A semifinals. She recorded 104 kills, 64 aces and 279 digs.

Coach of the Year

Kelvin Hasch, Greely: Hasch won his ninth state championship since 2003, guiding the Rangers to a 17-0 record.

– Deirdre Fleming