A look at the Sentinel's All-County players and notable standouts:
The task of putting together an All-Central Florida team, for any sport, usually proves to be a daunting task for Sentinel staffers.
Overall, the area is usually so good and balanced in different sports that it's difficult to narrow down a select a handful of players.
That proved to be the case, and then some, in girls volleyball.
With two state champions, two additional state finalists, a total of nine teams that made it to the regional finals, a slew of top recruits and plenty of multi-star squads, the talent pool was simply overwhelming.
We used a variety of methods to determine our All-Central Florida first and second team, which can be read HERE.
Reduced space in print meant we had to reduce our All-CFL teams from four to two and also had to trim down All-County selections and notables. Because that was already written up, we thought it would at least make for a good read online.
*If a player is on the All-CFL team, they were not included in the honorable mentions
Sr., OH, Bishop Moore
Buzz: The Virginia Tech signee has more than 1,100 kills in the past three seasons and led the Class 4A state champs to a 32-0 record.
Other Notables: Nicole Dominguez, Fr., OH/S, Apopka; Gray Malias, Soph., MB, Bishop Moore; Oakley Attaway, Soph., OH, Boone; Megan Chevalier, Sr. OPP, Boone; Marcella Emmanuelli, Soph., S , Cypress Creek; Michelle Maki, Sr., OH, Dr. Phillips; Briana Jackson, Sr., S, Dr. Phillips; Heidi Wehner, Soph., OH, Edgewater; Megan Miller, Soph., OH/S, Foundation Academy; Delanie Hansen, Sr., S, Freedom; Sarah Nemes, Sr., S, Lake Nona; Katie Knight, Sr., OH, Olympia; Scout Farrow, Jr., S, Olympia; Briana Stowell, Soph., S/RS, Orangewood Christian.
Sr. OH/S, Lake Brantley
Buzz: A FSU signee, Luke proved to be one of the area’s top overall players, adding 317 digs to her impressive offensive numbers.