It wasn't possible for the Rio Hondo League girls' volleyball coaches to pick just one most valuable player this season.
The coaches walked away from the All-Rio Hondo League team meeting with two most valuable players — San Marino's Amanda Yee and Micaela Anderson of La Cañada.
Anderson took home a share of the honor after serving as an outside hitter and pillar in the Spartans' high-powered offense that dominated the league again this season, while Yee was also the leading offensive force for the Titans at setter.
Anderson missed the first five matches of the season with a sprained ankle and her absence was notable. She returned to finish her junior year with 309 kills, 61 digs, 50 aces and 11 blocks.
"I noticed a big difference in her when she came back," La Cañada Coach Brock Turner said. "She brought some energy inside the huddle during games. She's got that leadership on and off the court you look for in a captain."