Ball, who shared the league's top award with Foothills' Jillian
Kraus, scored 53 goals for Coach Bill Barnett's Sailors, who finished
27-3, including a 5-0 record in the Sea View League. Ball, bound for
the University of Michigan, also dished out 47 assists and recorded
65 steals. Both were team highs.
Ball, a team captain and the squad's lone four-year varsity
performer, received second-team all-league honors the past two years.
This is the first all-league recognition for Conway, Belden, Mutt and
Conway, a two-meter player who will play at Indiana next year, led
Newport Harbor with 87 goals. Belden, a left-handed utility player,
had 71 goals, 42 assists and 62 steals.
Mutt, a team captain known for her defensive intensity,
contributed 12 goals, 16 assists and 29 steals. Taylor, who also
played in set and could shoot with either hand, added 30 goals, 18
assists and 29 steals for the Sailors.