captured the CIF Southern Section Division 4 boys volleyball title in the spring, so it seems only fitting that the Vikings have more players on the All-Ocean League team than any other school.
Leading the way, just as they did all season long, are seniors and . Hess, a middle blocker, has been voted as the league's Most Valuable Player, while Levy, an outside hitter, has been chosen as the Most Outstanding Player.
Other Vikings on the first team are senior opposite hitter Jack Cramer, junior middle blocker Trevor Pye, sophomore outside hitter Dane Keckin and setter Ethan Kahan.
Two Samohi players are on the second team: junior libero Cody O'Connell and senior outside hitter David Cline.
Over in the Alpha League, four players have made the all-league squad.
Roadrunners Taylor Moldo and Jake Hurwitz are on the first team, and Milo Charny-Rosen and Aaron Lipp are on the second team. Crossroads finished third in the league behind co-champions Windward and Brentwood, and reached the quarterfinals of the Division 4 playoffs.
Moldo, an outside hitter, and Hurwitz, a libero, both participated in the Westside Boys Volleyball All-Star Exhibition last week at Santa Monica High along with Vikings Cramer, Levy, Hess, Pye and defensive specialist Eric Barber.
Windward's Ryan Manoogian was named named Alpha League Most Valuable Player. Coach of the Year honors were shared by Windward's Michelle McGuire and Brentwood's Jeff Porter.