Posted On: 03/25/17 3:45 AM

Class AAAA

Center—Sara Stapleton, Centennial, 15 ppg. 6-3 with broad shoulders, long arms, might still be growing. Great shot blocker and rebounder. Initial offense in the post still a work in progress. But, she reminds me of Bethany Doolittle, a similarly sized post at Hill-Murray some years ago. Doolittle ended up starting for Iowa. Stapleton is way ahead of Doolittle at the same age.

Power Forward—Kallie Theisen, Wayzata, 14 ppg-11 reb

Small Forward—Dlayla Chakolis, Hopkins, 13 ppg-7 reb

Point Guard—McKenna Hofschild, Prior Lake, 23 ppg-2 reb-4 ast-2 stl

Shooting Guard—Masengo Mutanda, Armstrong, 21 ppg-8 reb-2 ast-3 stl

Second Team

Center—Abby Johnson, Eden Prairie, 4 ppg-2 reb-2 blk

Power Forward—Frannie Hottinger, Cretin-DH, 15 ppg.

Small Forward—Tori Nelson, Henry Sibley, 19 ppg-6 reb-4 blk

Hair-splitting to separate Theisen and Chakolis from Hottinger and Nelson. Four terrific forwards.

Point Guard—Mimi Schrader, Wayzata, 9 ppg-6 ast

Shooting Guard—Aja Wheeler, Cooper, 13 ppg

Class AAA

Center—Destinee Oberg, Holy Angels, 17 ppg-11 reb-2 ast-2 stl

Power Forward—Elaina Jones, St. Paul Como, 13 ppg-8 reb-3 stl

Small Forward—Zaraya March, Kennedy, 10 ppg. Transferred from Cretin. Imagine March and Hottinger if you can!

Point Guard—Joey Batt, New Ulm, 16 ppg-3 reb-5 ast

Shooting Guard—Alyssa Daugherty, Zimmerman, 20 ppg-5

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