Canyon Crest Academy volleyball players honored

After a great season led by coach Ariel Haas, the following CCA volleyball players were recognized for their outstanding efforts: Freshman Outside Hitter Avery Anton — 2nd Team All CIF Div. 3, Junior Middle Blocker Samantha Cash 1st Team All CIF Div 3, 1st Team All Coastal League, and Sophomore Setter Kyana Miller 1st Team All CIF Div 3 and 2nd Team All Coastal League. The girls were chosen by San Diego CIF Advisory Committee and league coaches under the auspices of the San Diego Hall of Champions.

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