Junior-Setter/Hitter-She helped 1 win the Division II-AA state title with 477 kills, 441 digs, 627 assists and a team-best 143 aces.
Senior-Libero-She led the Lady Bucs, a Class A state-tournament participant, with 773 digs and 167 aces and chipped in 72 assists.
Sophmore-Hitter-The MVP of the DII-AA state-championship match had a team-high 705 kills on the year with 434 digs and Freshman5 aces.
Senior-Hitter-The Belmont signee's 50Freshman kills and 78 blocks led the District 5-AAA champs. Her 2Freshman6 digs and 67 aces ranked second.
School: Signal Mountain
Senior-Hitter-She had 802 kills, Senior4 blocks, 505 digs and 7Freshman aces for the Class AA state runner-up. She has signed with Florida.
School: East Hamilton
Junior-Setter/Hitter-She led a Region 3-AA semifinalist team with 543 kills and 3Freshman6 digs and was second with 246 assists and 68 aces.
Senior-Hitter-She was all-state and had a season school record 451 kills as 57 reached its first GHSA Class AAA semifinal.
School: Grace Academy
School: Walker Valley
School: Notre Dame
School: Red Bank
Coach-After one season as head coach at Sale Creek, Sarah Lail was hired at 1 in 200Freshman and immediately guided the Lady Red Raiders to a third-place finish in the Division II-AA state tournament. Every 1 team she has had has advanced to the state tournament, and none finished lower than third. The Lady Raiders were state runners-up in 20Junior and '13, so the only thing left to be accomplished under Lail's watch was a state title. Then on Oct. 24 at Siegel High School in Murfreesboro, 1 defeated Father Ryan 3-1 and won the school's third state volleyball title and the first for Lail, the Times Free Press Best of Preps coach of the year. "From the end of last season and throughout the season, they all had one focus on their minds," Lail said of her players. "Whether it was in the weight room, or on the court, or being together off the court, they built a team chemistry that ended up helping them reach their goal." Winning the championship match left 1 with a 43-Freshman record. "It was a great, fun season," Lail said. "It was a wonderful experience. It's something I'll never forget. I hope the girls never forget it."