Devyn Dunn, senior setter, Catholic: Dunn, the 5Star Preps Player of the Year for the second straight year, led the Lady Irish to the Division II-AA East Region title (7-1) and a third-place finish in the state tournament.
Kennedy Holley, junior outside hitter, Catholic: Holley was an impact player after transferring from Farragut, helping the Lady Irish win the Division II-AA East Region title (7-1) and finish third in the state tournament
Blair Cherry, senior outside hitter, Catholic: Cherry played a crucial role in the Lady Irish’s winning the Division II-AA East Region title (7-1) and finishing third in the state tournament.
Amanda Mack, junior outside hitter, Maryville: The Bradley commitment was MVP of District 4-AAA as Maryville won regular-season and tournament titles, plus the Region 2-AAA title, on its way to the state tournament.
Kiernan Stamey, junior middle/outside hitter Maryville: Stamey was the District 4-AAA Hitter of the Year, helping the Lady Rebels win regular-season and tournament titles and the Region 2-AAA title, plus a trip to the state tournament.
Liv Gravatt, senior setter, Maryville: The Buffalo commitment was a first-team All-District 4-AAA player as Maryville won two district titles, the Region 2-AAA championship, and advanced to the state tournament.
Tinsley Brown, junior outside hitter/setter, HVA: Brown earned All-District 4-AAA first-team honors as the Lady Hawks advanced to the losers-bracket finals of the district tournament before losing to Bearden.
Melanie Morris, senior libero/outside hitter, Heritage: Morris was the District 4-AAA Libero of the Year, helping Heritage finish runner-up to Maryville in the district and region tournaments and reach the state sectionals.
Alina Turowski, senior middle blocker/hitter, Bearden: Turowski was the District 4-AAA Blocker of the Year as the Lady Bulldogs finished third in the district tournament behind Maryville and Heritage.
Lennox Langham, sophomore outside hitter, Webb: Langham played a crucial role as the Lady Spartans finished third in Division II-AA East Region before being eliminated in the district tournament.
Kara Brantley, senior libero, West: Brantley was MVP of District 4-AAA as the Lady Rebels got the district’s No. 2 seed (13-2) and finished runner-up in the tournament before a loss to Maryville in the Region 2-AAA semifinals.
Chloe Marsh, senior outside/right hitter, Greeneville: Marsh was MVP of District 2-AA as Greeneville won district regular-season and tournament titles before advancing to the Class state tournament.
Peyton Uptgraft, sophomore Oak Ridge: Uptgraft was selected to the All-District 3-AAA first team after helping Oak Ridge get the district’s No. 1 seed (14-2) and win the tournament before losing to Heritage in the Region 2-AAA semifinals.
Bellamy Parker, junior outside hitter, Catholic: Parker helped Catholic win the Division II-AA East Region title (7-1) and reach the state tournament.
Ashley Taylor, junior libero, Maryville: Taylor was an All-District 4-AAA second-team player as the Lady Rebels advanced to the state tournament.
Aubrey Pierce, senior setter, Heritage: Pierce was the District 4-AAA Co-Setter of the Year as the Lady Mountaineers reached the state sectionals.
Caelyn Bradley, junior outside hitter, Heritage: Bradley was on the All-District 4-AAA second team as Heritage advanced to the state sectionals.
Anna Cate Hyatt, senior setter, HVA: Hyatt was the District 4-AAA Co-Setter of the Year as the Lady Hawks advanced to the district’s losers-bracket final.
Alyssa Campbell, senior outside/middle hitter, Bearden: Campbell was chosen to the All-District 4-AAA first team and helped the Lady Bulldogs finish third in the district tournament.
Elsa Morrison, sophomore outside/middle hitter, Farragut: Morrison was the District 4-AAA Co-Sophomore of the Year for the regular season.
Landyn Langham, junior middle hitter/blocker, Webb: Langham helped the Lady Spartans to a third-place finish in Division II-AA East Region.
Ella Reyes, senior setter, West: Reyes, one of District 3-AAA’s Defensive Players of the Year, helped the Lady Rebels advance to the Region 2-AAA semifinals.
Kylan Barger, senior, Oak Ridge: Barger was chosen to the All-District 3-AAA first team, helping Oak Ridge win district titles and reach the Region 2-AAA semifinals.
Jordann Reagan, senior outside hitter/DS, Gibbs: Reagan was District 3-AA Most Valuable Player as Gibbs won the district regular season (8-0) and reached the state sectionals.
Anna Kay Smith, senior outside hitter/DS, Anderson County: Smith was Most Valuable Player of the Region 2-AA tournament as AC earned a state sectional berth.
Bailey McCoy, senior outside hitter, Seymour: McCoy, the District 4-AA Player of the Year, led the Lady Eagles to the district championship and the Region 2-AA semifinals.