A standout on Ceres High School's varsity volleyball team, junior Ryleigh Honberger was recognized for her outstanding play.
Honberger was selected to the Western Athletic Conference Second Team in a vote by the league's head coaches last month at Central Valley High School.
The junior standout tallied 128 digs, 65 kills, 38 blocks, 10 aces and four assists for the winless Bulldogs (0-12).
"She's a good role model and leader on the team," Ceres High head coach Stephanie Hamilton said. "She's got a solid work ethic. The girls all respect her."
Central Valley High School's Mia Lorenzo and Julia Ramsey earned second-team, all-WAC honors.
"You can't teach desire, will and want," Hawks head coach Kelly Heese said. "That's what they had."
Lorenzo, a senior libero, led fourth-place Central Valley (5-7) in digs and ranked second in assists.
"The reason I nominated Mia was she was the team leader," Heese said. "The other girls looked up to her. She stepped up her game."
Ramsey, a sophomore transfer from Hughson, ranked first on the team in kills.
"Julia excels in everything she does," Heese said. "She has a 4.1 GPA and takes all AP classes. She's a great all-round athlete. She wants to be challenged and pushed. She'll grow mentally. Then she'll grow into that body. She's going to be unstoppable."