Whitehall High School’s outstanding boys volleyball season has left the Zephyrs well-represented on the lehighvalleylive All-Area Team.
Find the first- and second-team choices, as well as the honorable mention selections, below.
Joe Joe Herman, Whitehall
The senior outside hitter registered 430 kills to take his career total to 1,010. The Eastern Pennsylvania Conference MVP, who led the Zephyrs to EPC and District 11 3A titles, will play both football and volleyball at King’s College.
Richard Melosky, Whitehall
The senior setter tallied a single-season program record in aces. Melosky finished his career with 1,982 assists for Whitehall, which won conference and district championships after an unbeaten regular season.
Brad Turocy, Freedom
The senior outside hitter did a little bit of everything for the Patriots, racking up 326 kills and more than 200 digs. Turocy, who will play soccer at East Stroudsburg University, also tallied 61 aces and 31 blocks for the Patriots.
Seth Fine, Parkland
The senior setter was an attacking catalyst for the Trojans, averaging more than 20 assists and five kills per game. The Eastern Pennsylvania Conference first-teamer will continue his career at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Luis Roman, Northampton
The senior libero tallied 414 digs for the Konkrete Kids. Roman finished his career with 1,046 digs. He earned Eastern Pennsylvania Conference first-team recognition, serving as Northampton’s lone all-star.
Michael Vargas, Liberty
The senior setter provided 672 assists for the Hurricanes to bring his career total just short of 2,000. Vargas also contributed 195 digs, 161 kills and 51 blocks this season. He will attend Penn State University.
Sr. Stephen Reynolds, Emmaus
Sr. Aziz Atiyeh, Whitehall
Jr. Logan Iacobelli, Parkland
Sr. Ryan Mattes, Easton
Sr. Quinn Hornberger, Nazareth
Sr. Gavyn Coleman, Liberty
Allen – Chenla Long; Bethlehem Catholic – Jacob Sledz; Emmaus – Harrison Dotter; Freedom – David Barnes, Dan Ramirez; Liberty – Sam Capwell, Moses Omwega, AJ Muffley; Nazareth – Dariel Rodriguez, Ethan Doyle; Parkland – Ian Dashukewich; Southern Lehigh – Connor Dougherty; Whitehall – Alex Khouri, Dylan McGinley.