GVB: Wilson named Channel League MVP

Senior outside hitter Anika Wilson of San Marcos was named the Most Valuable Player of the All-Channel League girls volleyball team.

The Pepperdine-bound Wilson led the Royals to a share of the league title with Santa Barbara and Ventura and to the CIF Division 1A quarterfinals.

San Marcos placed two players on the first team, sisters Emily and Chloe Allen. Emily, a senior, is headed to UC Davis, while Chloe, a junior, has committed to UCSB.

Santa Barbara junior Lourda Weger and Dos Pueblos senior McKenna Goss also were named to the first team. Goss signed with Boston College.

Ventura’s Debbie Litten was named the coach of the year.


Coach of the Year: Debbie Litten, Ventura
MVP: Anika Wilson, Sr., San Marcos

First Team
Lourda Weger, Santa Barbara
Hailie Mace, Buena
Sammy Slater, Ventura
Emily Allen, San Marcos
Chloe Allen, San Marcos
Aubrey Knight, Ventura
McKenna Goss, Dos Pueblos
Armonee Hunter, Ventura

Second Team
Kobie Jimenez, Ventura
Hailey Yates, Ventura
Emma Harrah, San Marcos
Samantha Sander, Dos Pueblos
Natalie Klapp, Dos Pueblos
Jessyca Beksa, Santa Barbara
Katie Gallivan, Santa Barbara
Cassidy Rea, Buena
Gabi Peoples, San Marcos

Honorable Mention
Santa Barbara: Tatum Vedder, Caroline Anderson.

San Marcos: Kamille Williams

Ventura: Desieree Glover, Libby Litten, Amelia Shank

Buena: Kendelle Gallagher, Sariah Flores, Kelsie Danebrock