Introducing the 2019 Newschannel 7 Girls Basketball All-Stars

This is the 58th edition of the NewsChannel 7 All-Stars. Let's meet the 10 girls voted on by our panel of coaches.

We'll start with the small schools.

From the state tournament participant Newman Cardinals is Jadelyn Ganski. The junior averaged more than 14 points per game while tallying 8.5 rebounds, blocking more than 4 shots and ripping 4 steals a contest. She reeled in First-Team All-Marawood South.

We're travelling west to Loyal High School. Remi Geiger is just junior who registered 15 points a game while shooting nearly 53 percent from the field. She's just as deadly behind the arc at nearly 43 percent. Her numbers earned her First-Team All-Cloverbelt East.

For the second year in a row, Amherst has an All-Star. This time it's Ashley Groshek. The versatile senior scored 245 points this season while grabbing nearly 5 rebounds a game and tallying exactly 100 assists on the year. She earned CWC-East First-Team All-Conference.

The Colby Hornets made it to state thanks in part to Ashley Streveler. The senior averaged a team high in points at about 14 while shooting nearly 44 percent from behind the arc. She also fed the rock with 104 assists on the season. The Cloverbelt East tabbed her First-Team.

Welcome back to the list Jennifer Wendler. The Owen-Withee senior was the Cloverbelt-East Player of the Year for a reason. She led the league in scoring and rebounding averaging a double-double with more than 23 points and 13 rebounds a game. She was also named Division 5 All-State.

Switching to the big schools.

Let's head to Lakeland. That's where Melissa Bruckner resides. The senior is making her second NewsChannel 7 All-Star appearance. She's racked in 1,580 points, 490 rebounds and 308 assists over her career. This season, she was named First-Team All-Great Northern while scoring 20 points per game.

Leah Earnest also is making her second All-Star appearance. The SPASH junior is already the school's record holder for career points. She scored nearly a whopping 27 points a game while snaring nearly 13 rebounds a contest. She was also honored as Division 1 All-State.

A future Youngstown State Penguin is back on our list. Wausau West's Maddie Schires is an All-Star for the third time. This year she became the all-time leading scorer at Wausau West while averaging nearly 20 a game. The senior is a dead-eye shooter from deep at about 40 percent and was named Division 1 All-State.

SPASH will have another. Madisyn Rogan facilitated for the Panthers averaging more than 16 points a game while tallying nearly 5 dimes and more than 3 rebounds a contest. She shot better than 45 percent from the field and was named a unanimous Wisconsin Valley First-Team All-Conference player.

Last but not least is Rhinelander's Kenedy Van Zile. The junior was a scoring machine with just under 25 points a game. She also was strong defensively with more than 4 steals a contest. The Great Northern Conference player of the year led the Hodags to an unblemished conference title.