All-Bee Athletes

Boys volleyball second team

TAYLOR GASMAN, Buchanan senior Opposite

Highlight: Named honorable mention All-Tri-River Athletic Conference, then played huge role in SoCal Regional with 13 kills in championship. For season, team co-captain had 174 kills, 54 digs, 55 blocks, 51 assists and 18 aces.

AARON SAMARIN, Buchanan freshman Libero

Highlight: First-team All-Tri-River Athletic Conference pick has potential to be Bee Player of the Year before his career ends. Power-server had 43 aces on 83.5% accuracy and blended well on championship team with 240 digs and 46 assists.

CODY TRUEBLOOD, Clovis North senior Setter

Highlight: Two-time second-team Bee all-star and Broncos co-captain switched from outside hitter to setter this year to spark a 34-7 record. Had 226 digs, 46 kills, 62 blocks and 25 aces.

JEFF MORRIS, Clovis West senior Middle blocker

Highlight: Second-team All-Tri-River Athletic Conference selection and team co-captain played big in the big matches. He had 271 kills hitting at a .411 clip, 43 blocks, 197 assists and 398 digs.

SANJAY LAL, Madera South senior Libero/Setter

Highlight: Third-year varsity mainstay voted first-team All-North Yosemite League. The two-year captain set a school record with 92 aces and 1,047 digs. This year: 297 digs, 677 assists, 48 aces and 24 blocks.

ALEX MOUA, Clovis East senior Setter

Highlight: Repeated as a Bee second-teamer after making the first team in 2009 when the Timberwolves won the section title. A four-year starter and three-time All-Tri-River Athletic Conference first teamer, Moua this year had 540 assists, 112 kills and 50 digs.


Jerry Barnett, senior Madera South

Steve Callisch, sophomore Clovis West

James Doyle, junior Bullard

Connor Forchy, junior Bullard

Brandon Gospodnetich, senior Clovis

Ryan Grasell, senior Clovis North

Nick Hansen, senior Clovis

Ben Harding, junior Buchanan

Brad Kosinski, senior Reedley

Travis Middleton, junior Madera South

Jesus Pineda, senior Madera

Parker Stoltenberg, junior Clovis North

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