AT HIGHLAND PARK: Senior outside hitter Stela Kukoc, senior setter Alison Perlman and junior outside hitter Beana Yanovskaya were named to the CSL North all-star squad.
Kukoc, who will play volleyball at Miami of Ohio, was the division’s Co-Player of the Year.
AT LAKE FOREST: Senior Jenna Dethlefsen capped off his season by earning all-NSC accolades. She also was the recipient of the Christine Eiseman Award.
Teammate Emma Patlovich was honorable mention all-conference.
AT LOYOLA ACADEMY: The Ramblers (27-11), who took fourth in the Class 4A state tournament, put five juniors on the all-conference team: middle Kate Pillion, setter Katie Randolph, outside hitter Christina Reed, defensive specialist Lauren Stadler and outside hitter Olivia Van Zelst.
Reed ended up with 259 kills, 181 digs, 30 aces and 21 blocks. Randolph had 502 assists. Van Zelst had 200 kills. Pillion had 95 kills and 52 blocks, while Stadler had 214 digs.
AT NEW TRIER: Three Trevians gained all-conference recognition: senior Sarah Shafiq, junior setter Alex Cook and junior libero Isabelle Tashima.
Shafiq, a UC-Berkeley signee, finished the season with a 54.3 kill percentage to go along with 44 solo blocks and 51 assist blocks. Cook had 123 digs and 487 assists. Tashima wound up with 294 digs and 40 aces.
AT NORTH SHORE COUNTRY DAY: Junior Katie Winslow capped off her season by earning first-team all-conference honors. Sophomore Kate Revord was an honorable mention.
The highlight of the season for the Raiders was beating Chicago Waldorf 25-29, 25-9 in the their own Class 1A regional title match.
AT REGINA DOMINICAN: Senior Erin Crowley was the Panthers’ lone all-conference pick.
AT WOODLANDS ACADEMY: Kate Edwards and Daisy Ayala were named first-team all-conference. Jackie Gonzalez and Marisa Perino were honorable mentions.
The Wildcats finished the season 16-13 and defeated Christian Liberty to win the Class 2A Willows Regional. Their season ended with a loss to host Immaculate Conception in the sectional championship.