del Mar's Tom Welch.
Opposite Trey Chapel, a senior, was named to the eight-member
"I was surprised and really happy at the same time," Morris said.
"I think the honor will help the team for next year. I think next
year's team is going to be a huge threat.
"This is probably one of the biggest things to happen to me in my
Morris, who currently is playing for the Balboa Bay Club 17-1
team, received the Captain's Award and Best Defensive Player award
for Laguna, and was an All-Pacific Coast League first team member.
Chapel also was a first team All-PCL pick.
Joining Morris, Chapel and Welch on the All-CIF-SS/AAF team were
fellow Pacific Coast League players Brett Vanlandingham of Northwood
and Tim Steadman of Tesoro.
Both were second team selections.
Laguna, which finished second in the Pacific Coast League race to
champion Corona del Mar, advanced to the semifinal round of the
playoffs before being eliminated by Santa Barbara.
Valencia High of Valencia topped the Division II teams by having
senior Tony Ker named the division MVP, and Mark Knudsen being named
coach of the year.
Valencia defeated Santa Barbara in the Division II final.
The All-CIF-SS/AAF Division II teams are as follows:
Davey Rowley, outside hitter, Sr., Valencia/Valencia; Ryan Dean,
setter, Sr., Valencia/Valencia; Buck Lindelof, setter, Sr., Santa
Barbara; Tom Welch, outside hitter, Jr., Corona del Mar; Luke Morris,
outside hitter, Jr. Laguna Beach; Jon Wintermeyer, middle blocker,
Sr., San Luis Obispo; Sutton Clark, outside hitter, Sr., Santa Ynez;
Curtis Oliver, outside hitter, Sr., Dos Pueblos.
Brian Skinner, middle blocker, Sr., Valencia/Valencia; Kevin
Welch, outside hitter, Jr., Corona del Mar; Trey Chapel, opposite,
Sr., Laguna Beach; Spencer Boyle, opposite, Sr., Santa Barbara; Brett
Vanlandingham, setter/opposite, Sr., Northwood; J.D. Schleppenbach,
outside hitter, Jr., Ventura; Tim Steadman, outside hitter, Sr.,
Tesoro; Dan Alexander, middle blocker, Jr., Arcadia.