ALL-CCS VOLLEYBALL TEAM — 

27 12 2010

This comes courtesy of ccssportsline.com — a relatively new site for fans of the Central Coast Section.

The website recently announced their selections for the ALL-CCS VOLLEYBALL TEAM. While the Peninsula Athletic League was absent from the First-Team, there were a couple of names on the Second-Team.

All-CCS Girls’ Volleyball- Second Team

SECOND TEAM:

Setter: Bailey Agnello, Aptos

Agnello’s 842 assists were a strong testament to the level of volleyball she played in her senior season for an Aptos team that went 34-6.

Setter: Kimmy Whitson, Palo Alto

Another player who is arguably a first-teamer, Whitson’s 1,148 assists were a very remarkable figure for a Vikings team that won 41 of its 42 games. Whitson is only a junior and will be back to help lead Paly in 2011.

Libero: Diana Cariaga, Half Moon Bay

Cariaga posted 828 digs this season for a Hal Moon Bay team that relied heavily on its defense. The first hit is always the most important, and Cariaga kept plays alive time and time again.

Outside Hitter: Emily Sklar, Presentation

The Panthers’ star hitter posted a remarkable 45.7 hitting percentage to lead presentation. The best part? She’s just a junior. It wouldn’t be a stretch to see Sklar double the number of kills she gets next year with more experience.

Outside Hitter: Michelle Neumayr, Burlingame


Neumayr’s 607 kills were near the top of the entire Central Coast Section, as the senior is arguably a first-teamer. The Burlingame star also posted killing percentage that was just under 60 percent.

Middle Blocker: Courtney Callan, Half Moon Bay

Callan’s 229 blocks were a solid figure, as the senior averaged 2.6 per game to help lead the Cougars to a 25-win season.

Congratulations to the athletes that made this team. For the First-Team selections, go here.

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