WAUSAU, Wis. (WSAW) -- 58 years in the making. Let's meet the the 10 boys who make up the 2019 NewsChannel 7 All-Stars.
First, the small schools.
The Division 5 runner-up Columbus Catholic Dons are represented by Bryce Fuerlinger. Fuerlinger set the D-5 single-game state tournament rebounding record with 25 in the semifinals. The senior led the Dons in scoring at more than 16 points a game. He also corralled just under 14 rebounds a game on his way to being named Division 5 All-State.
Addison Gibbs from Port Edwards joins our All-Stars. It was the fourth straight year the senior was named First-Team Central Wisconsin-South. He led the Blackhawks in scoring with 22 points a game and rebounding with 9 a contest.
Let's travel to Marathon where versatile big man Carter Hanke resides. The senior led the Marawood-South in scoring with more than 19 points a game and rebounding with just under 8 boards a match. He was named a First-Team All-State player.
From the Central Wisconsin-South champion Almond-Bancroft Eagles is Noah Kollock. The La Crosse commit shot better than 54 percent from the field while scoring just under 20 points a game. He also garnered Division 5 All-State honors.
Out in Auburndale, Cooper Weinfurter was dropping nearly 15 a game. He also plucked 5.5 rebounds and more than 2 steals a contest. Just a junior, Weinfurter was also named First-Team Marawood-South.
As for the large schools.
Brant Bohman helped lead his Marshfield Tigers to a Wisconsin Valley Conference co-champion crown. The senior tallied 15 points a game while shooting better than 40 percent beyond the arc. The guard was named Co-Wisconsin Valley Player of the Year.
Wausau East's Gabe Krueger was a beast on the boards with 7.5 a game. The junior was also a threat in the post scoring 19 points a game while shooting 69 percent from the field. To no surprise, he was also named First-Team All-Wisconsin Valley.
From the other Wisconsin Valley co-champions Merrill is Quinn Steckbauer. The Oshkosh commit was an efficient shooter shooting better than 52 percent from the field and scoring 22 a game. He was also tabbed Co-Wisconsin Valley Player of the Year.
The Wisconsin Valley's scoring title went to Zion Turner. The D.C. Everest senior was dynamite on the offensive side of the ball with about 23 points per game while shooting better than 47 percent and dishing 4.5 assists a contest. Turner was also presented First-Team All-Wisconsin Valley honors.
Finally is SPASH's Evan Vollendorf. The junior's scoring jumped to more than 17 a game. He pulled down more than 5 rebounds a contest while stealing the ball 1.5 times a game. Vollendorf was also named First-Team All-Wisconsin Valley.
From all of us at NewsChannel 7, congratulations to our 2019 NewsChannel 7 Boys Basketball All-Stars.