Two girls volleyball players from the Mountain Area have been named to this year’s Fresno Bee All-Star Team.
Savannah Bohna, a sophomore outside hitter from Yosemite High School, also earned recognition on the North Sequoia League’s All-Star Team for her exceptional offense.
Ranked No. 3 in the league for offensive kills (161) by maxpreps.com, Bohna was also No. 13 in blocked shots (21), No. 15 in point-saving digs (129), and recorded 72 assists along with 11 ace serves.
Carlee Boomer, a senior outside hitter from Minarets High School, was also named to the Bee’s All-Star Team.
Other Bee All-Stars from the NSL included: Tayler Sefton, junior, defensive specialist from Liberty-Madera Ranchos High School; Jordan Falk, senior outside hitter and Kinlee Rix, senior setter, both from Sierra High School.
According to maxpreps.com, Boomer racked up 235 kills, 420 digs, 62 aces, and 21 blocks while playing in the West Sequoia League.