2020 NewsChannel 7 Girls Basketball All-Stars
This is the 59th year of the NewsChannel 7 Basketball All-Stars. Let’s meet the ten girls named to this year's team.
SPASH’s Leah Earnest dominated the Wisconsin Valley Conference. She put up a league high 27.8 points, 14.5 rebounds and 3.2 assists per match. The Valparaiso commit was the third best scorer in the state. She’ll cap her career with a school record 2,084 points. This is Earnest’s third straight year as an all-star.
Marissa Fronk topped Medford with 15.3 points per game. The junior also tallied 3.3 rebounds and 3.7 steals on her way to being named First-Team All-Great Northern. The guard poured in 368 points on the season.
Kaydee Johnson of Marshfield helped lead the Tigers to a Wisconsin Valley Conference crown. The senior ended her career averaging 11.8 points per contest. The unanimous First-Team All-Wisconsin Valley selection was first in the league with 5.4 assists per game and second in the conference shooting 50 percent from downtown.
Julianna Ouimette took Lakeland and the Great Northern Conference by storm. Just a freshman, Ouimette tallied a conference high 21.4 points, 7.0 rebounds and 6.9 assists per match. The Great Northern First-Team selection ripped 7.9 steals and 1.7 blocks. She also garnered WBCA All-State Honorable Mention.
Welcome back Kenedy Van Zile. The two-time all-star led the Rhinelander Hodags to an unblemished Great Northern season while also being named co-conference player of the year. Rhinlander’s all-time leading scorer will finish with more than 1,600 career points after averaging 21.4 this season. She also produced 4.3 steals, 3.3 assists and 3.9 boards.
Loyal’s Remi Geiger returns to our all-stars for the second year in a row. Geiger led the Greyhounds to a 21-5 record by tallying a team high 18.2 points per game and 3.2 assists. The senior also was named the Cloverbelt-East Conference Player of the Year and WBCA All-State. She’ll finish her career with more than 1,300 career points.
Kaelyn Isaacson of Prentice had a senior year to remember. An impressive 21.1 points per game with 2.9 assists per match. She also swiped 2.1 steals and grabbed 3.4 rebounds. The guard caps her career with more than 1,200 career points.
Pacelli’s Sarah Mueller averaged a double-double with a team-high 21.7 points and 12.5 rebounds a game. The CWC-South Player of the Year shot nearly 50 percent from the field. The WBCA All-State honorable mention forward also showed up on defense with two blocks and 1.6 steals per contest.
Julia Seidel helped lead the Newman Cardinals to state by finishing with a team high 15.4 points a game. The Marawood-South player of the year shot nearly 35 percent from beyond the arc while shooting 81 percent from the line. She found her teammates 3.5 times a game while ripping 2.7 steals. She also secured WBCA All-State honors.
Colby’s Hailey Voelker made the most of her senior year. She poured in 17.1 points per game while snagging 8.5 boards. The WBCA All-State guard dished out 2.9 assists and ripped away 3.6 steals. She also garnered First-Team All-Cloverbelt-East.
Congratulations to the ten girls named to our NewsChannel 7 All-Stars.