The Falcons led the way among locals with six selections.
Crescenta Valley's Mike Cho was joined by senior teammate Steven Umemoto on the first team.
All-around threat Kevin Ko was Glendale's lone first-team pick, while Hoover sophomore Robert Fernandez, who notched 120 kills and 20 aces, was the Tornadoes' only first-teamer.
Last season, there wasn't a single Hoover player on the first team.
Falcon senior Eugene Yi, a second-teamer this season after an honorable mention selection in 2005, was the only local player to make a return to the all-league team.
Junior Falcon Mazen Jahchan was a second-teamer, as well.
Nitro seniors Leo Hong and Anthony Darmiento made the second team, as did Hoover senior Patrick Nowakowski, who notched 125 kills.
Honorable mention selections included: Crescenta Valley's Wyatt Given and Joe Cody, Glendale's Tigran Nalbandyan and Hoover's Josh Neale and Steve Yaussi.
Arcadia and Claremont, who posted identical 7-1 league records and shared the title, also shared Most Valuable Player honors.
Arcadia's Tommy Cook, one of nine Apaches honored, and Claremont's Matt Tauaese, one of seven Wolfpack players honored, were Pacific League co-MVPs.