Divisions I and II
Avery Breaux/St. Thomas More
Breaux played a vital role in the most successful season in St. Thomas More history: The Cougars went 44-1 on their way to their third straight Division II state championship. She was Most Outstanding Player in the Division II title game against Cabrini after she tallied 27 sets in the Cougars’ straight-sets victory.
“She’s the most selfless player on our team,” coach Jes Burke said. “She makes difficult things look easy. She’s just a complete player. She can set, hit, block, serve. She can do everything on the court.”
Breaux still has one more season at STM remaining. There’s no reason she won’t be even better as a senior.
Victoria Landry/St. Thomas More
This senior used her strong defense to help lift the Cougars to their fourth consecutive state title, earning District 1-II MVP honors.
Morgan Vincent/St. Thomas More
Another senior who never lost a playoff game, Vincent’s role was at the net, where she led STM in blocks to earn her all-district honors.
Catherine Aillet/St. Thomas More
One of the leaders among a strong group of Cougars juniors, her offensive firepower earned her all-district honors.
Led the Spartans to their most successful season in more than a decade, earning a spot on the all-district team as Comeaux reached the Pontchartrain Center.
The all-around player earned a spot on the all-district team as she was effective in multiple positions, from outside hitter to libero.
Earned first-team All-District 2-I team honors as half of an offensive power duo. She improved from last season, when she was a second-team all-district pick.
She also earned all-district honors alongside fellow netminder McCoy. Together, they led the Wreckin’ Rams within a win at the Pontchartrain Center.
Kaysha Pradia/New Iberia
The Yellow Jackets missed the playoffs, but that didn’t keep Pradia from earning honorable mention on the impressive All-District 2-I team.
Moesha Allegne/Lafayette High
The Lions also missed the tournament, but coaches agreed that Allegne was worthy of an honorable mention on the all-district team.
Coach of the Year
JES BURKE/St. Thomas More
Burke coached the Cougars to a historic season: They lost only one contest after winning their first 39 games and won their fifth state championship in the past six seasons.
Divisions III and below
Grace Morgan/Notre Dame
Morgan finished her career by leading the Pios to the Division IV state semifinals in the Pontchartrain Center. One of the most decorated and talented athletes in the state, Morgan has earned all-district and all-state honors in her career.
She will continue her volleyball career next year at Rice, where she committed in the days leading up to the state tournament.
Lexi Hebert/Teurlings Catholic
Was Most Outstanding Player of the Division III state championship game (13 kills, four aces, 22 digs) as the Rebels claimed their third straight title.
Mackenzie Habetz/Notre Dame
Was named District 2-IV Libero of the Year and helped the Pios to the state semifinals with her defensive effort.
Assisted the Bulldogs in reaching the second round of the playoffs as a member of the All-District 4-III team.
A front-row player who runs track in the spring, she helped the Vikings return to the playoffs with a season that earned her first-team all-district honors.
Claire Meyers/North Vermilion
She’s the sole member of the Patriots to earn a first-team all-district spot after North Vermilion went 18-15 and reached the second round of the playoffs.
Raina Mason/St. Martinville
The Tigers had an up-and-down season, going 19-20, but Mason helped them reach the playoffs with her ability to distribute the ball.
Sadi Jones/Teurlings Catholic
She helped lift Teurlings to its third straight championship with a game-winning block in the third set of the title game against Lutcher.
Mary Catherine Franques/Ascension Episcopal
Defensive leader earned all-district honors and helped the Blue Gators to a berth in the state title game.
Addie Vidrine/Ascension Episcopal
A freshman playing her third varsity season, she was a force at the net all season for the Blue Gators.
Coach of the Year
TERRY HEBERT/Teurlings Catholic
Hebert led the Rebels to a 33-8 mark and their third state championship in as many years.