The original list of All-Sierra League players that was released last week did not include the Division III first team, which was done separately of the Division I-A and was not released until Monday.
Both of Incline's state championship teams cleaned up in the first-team voting, with two boys and two girls receiving the highest honors. The second team and honorable mention combined the players from the Sierra League's two divisions.
The awards were voted on by the league's coaches.
In girls All-League voting, Incline senior Sophie Breider was named MVP of the league, while teammate Haley Derr was offensive MVP and North Tahoe's Angela Wood was defensive MVP.
Incline's Vanessa Andrade and Elise Nelson were voted to the first team at forward, while teammates Kayla Goldberg made the first team as a midfielder, Hannah Johnson and Misha Gehring on defense, Sarah Wright as a goalkeeper, and Kerrie Tonking as a utility player. Tom Canino was voted Coach of the Year.
For the boys, Incline's Salvador Vargas was named midfield MVP, Kyle Reeves was offensive MVP and North Tahoe's Riley McCarthy was defensive MVP.
The Highlanders' Drew Bessette made the first team as a forward, Erick Rodriguez as a midfielder, and Oscar Gudino and Hugo Garcia as defenders. Canino, who coaches both the boys and girls, was Coach of the Year.