Alondra Portillo, Hennessey — Posted a 94% serve percentage with 12 aces last week. Had 39 kills, 33 digs and five blocks. Leads Hennessey in serve-receive attempts (64) with only four errors.
Addison Worley, MooreJr. — Broke Moore’s single-season and career record for kills, averaging 16.1 with a 2.3 serve-receive rating and 15.7 digs per match. Will surpass 1,000 career kills soon.
Olive Price, Stillwater Sr. — Has over 1,000 career digs, including 124 this season while posting a 2.3 serve-receive rating.
Amiya Williams, Duncan — Earned all-tournament honors in the Cache Tournament. Led the Demons in kills.
Livia Ward, Mount St. Mary Jr. — Surpassed 2,000 career assists during a sweep over Bethany on Sept. 12. Recorded a double-double with a match-high 17 assists and added 10 digs and six kills. Recorded another double-double in a sweep over unbeaten Community Christian with 29 assists and 14 digs.
Symone McCoy, Star-Spencer — Setter and team captain averages four assists, two kills and one block.
Rosalia Valdelamar, Wagoner — Libero and team newcomer has excelled in keeping rallies alive, hitting tough digs and saving bad passes.
Avri Mackey, Wagoner Fr. — Lefty has “been on her game” with blocks, kills and great serves. Has brought great energy to the court, head coach Jayce Stimson said.
Brooke Walker, Inola Sr. — Led the Longhorns to a 2-0 record last week with 29 kills and only one errior, hitting .583. She added three aces, two blocks and 15 digs.
Tori Sanchez, Midwest City — Was “amazing” against Putnam City with her relentlessness and effort. Designated setter “gets the job done almost every single match and words so hard to be the best she can be,” coach Matti Dix said.
Carly Gregory, Choctaw Jr. — Had 14 kills on 54 attempts with 34 digs, seven aces and a block in two games against Putnam City North and Yukon. Never exited either game.
Elle Bittle, Corn Bible Academy — Earned all-tournament at the Wesleyan Christian School Tournament, leading the team in kills and digs.
Isabelle Harper, Christian Heritage Academy — Go-to hitter had nine kills and 1.5 blocks against Weatherford, then posted 12 kills, 1.5 blocks and two aces against OCS. Leads the Crusaders with 203 kills this season.