Most Valuable Player
Kelsee Montagna, Madera Senior, outside hitter
Resume: Montagna was the captain of the team that won Madera’s first girls volleyball Valley Championship since 1978. She came up big in the Valley Championship game, serving up aces with the match on the line. She led the Coyotes with 216 kills and 38 aces. She was also second on the team with 167 digs. Montagna, a four-year starter, was named to MaxPreps.com’s Division II All-State second team and named Most Valuable Player of the County/Metro Athletic Conference.
Coach of the Year
Robyn Keune, Madera
Resume: All Keune did was turn a team that was emotionally damaged into a Valley Champion. Keune turned the attitude of the Coyotes around to become a winning team. The Coyotes finished second in the CMAC and received the No. 1 seed in the Division II playoffs. They came through with a five-set victory over Clovis North in the Valley Championship match.
Olivia Guillen, Madera Senior, setter
Resume: Guillen was a main cog in the Coyote machine. Four players recorded 85 or more kills for the Coyotes. She recorded 509 assists on the season, averaging 8.5 per game. She also served up 21 aces. Guillen was also named second team All-CMAC.
Jazette Drew, Madera Senior, libero
Resume: When Drew was moved to libero midway through the season, the fortunes of the Coyotes turned. She provided a solid force in the back while also providing leadership. Drew led the team with 296 digs on the season. She was named first team All-CMAC...