All-State 2016-2017, Part 1
This year we are offering all-state teams in every combination of class (A, AA, AAA and AAAA) and class (2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020 and younger). Today, the seniors. Class AAAA Center—Mikayla Hayes, Park Center, 6-3, Florida. Had a great…
This year we are offering all-state teams in every combination of class (A, AA, AAA and AAAA) and class (2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020 and younger). Today, the seniors.
Center—Mikayla Hayes, Park Center, 6-3, Florida. Had a great final month to her career including a solid state tournament which, unfortunately, finished up out of the spotlight after the 1st round loss to Eastview in OT.
Power Forward—Annika Jank, Edina, 6-2, Colorado. Went out with a bang, 27 points vs. Tonka in the section final.
Small Forward—Rachel Ranke, Eastview, 6-2, Kansas State. Finished with a nice state tournament.
Point Guard—Rae Johnson, St. Michael-Albertville, 5-9, Iowa State. Unfortunately, she played hurt in her final game.
Shooting Guard—Gabi Haack, Elk River, 5-9, Bradley. Finished the same way she played all year—spectacularly.
Center—Mariah Sexe, East Ridge, 6-1, Lehigh
Power Forward—Sidney Wentland, Elk River, 5-10, Denver
Small Forward—Riley Wheatcraft, Prior Lake, 6-0, Northern Iowa
Point Guard—Temi Carda, Lakeville North, 5-7, Creighton. Had to split some hairs to separate #5 from #6.
Shooting Guard—Lyndsey Robson, Apple Valley, 6-1, Green Bay
Center—Brittney Bongartz, Anoka, 6-2, Wayne State
Power Forward—Brooke Tonsfeldt, Moorhead, 6-0, Mankato State
Small Forward—Kylee Heurung, Brainerd, 5-
Point Guard—Joli Daninger, Andover, 5-7, DePaul
Shooting Guard—Ann Simonet, Park Center, 5-8, UMD
Center—Kritin Scott, Kasson-Mantorville, 6-2, Iowa State. The top AAA senior among this 5. I know the Ms. Basketball committee prefers Andrew.
Power Forward—Jordyn Thomas, Hermantown, 6-0, UMD
Small Forward—Tori Andrew, Orono, 5-10, Yale
Point Guard—Meleah Reinhart, New Ulm, 5-8, Southwest State
Shooting Guard—Eden Nibbelink, Winona, 6-2, Fairfield
Center—Danneka Voegeli, Winona, 6-2, NDSU
Power Forward—Erin Navratil, Albany, 6-2
Small Forward—Shayla Karge, Mankato East, 5-9
Point Guard—Megan Thompson, Holy Angels, 5-7. One of the year’s most underrated
Shooting Guard—Tori Wortz, Hutchinson, 5-9, St. Cloud State
Center—Alicea Kaelke, Osakis, 6-2, Lincoln
Power Forward—Emma Polson, Plainview-E-M, 6-2, MN State-Mankato
Small Forward—Kiley Borowicz, Roseau, 5-10. Pretty obviously the top Class AA senior.
Point Guard—Maddie Monahan, Glencoe-SL, 5-9, Drake
Shooting Guard—Claire Killian, Watertown-Mayer, 5-9, Nebraska-Omaha
Center—Corinna Ruud, Pequot Lakes, 6-0
Forward—Ayla Lemke, Two Harbors, 6-1, Concordia St. Paul
Point Guard—Kirstin Klitzke, Watertown-Mayer, 5-7, MN State Mankato
Shooting Guard—Halley Busse, Gibbon-FW, 5-7, Wayne St.
Shooting Guard—Mara Quam, Kenyon-W, 5-7, MN State Mankato volleyball
Big—Paige Richert, Cedar Mountain-Comfrey, 6-0
Big—Mari Smitsdorf, Legacy Christian, 6-1, Sioux Falls
Point Guard—Lindsey Theuninck, Mankato Loyola, 5-8, South Dakota State
Shooting Guard—Chelsea Mason, Mountain Iron-Buhl, 5-9. A Ms. Basketball finalist, and the top Class A player in the class of 2017.
Shooting Guard—Grace White, Red Lake, 5-10, Denver
Center—Sami Payne, Maranatha, 6-0
Forward—Bailey Gronner, Cromwell, 5-11
Forward—Lydia Rutten, New York Mills, 6-0
Point Guard—Sadie Stelter, Lakeview, 5-9, SW State
Shooting Guard—Vishe Rabb, Springfield, 5-9, Sioux Falls