Second Team

Andrayah Adams

St. Paul Como Park, junior guard

Big-time scorer in many ways. The 5-8 guard had 14 games of 30 points or more. “Humble team leader,” Cougars coach John Robinson said. College: Undecided.

 

Nia Hollie

Hopkins, junior guard

Power guard with size, strength and athleticism. The 6-1 Hollie also can pass and defend. College: Undecided.

 

Kiara Russell

Osseo, junior guard

Averages 23.4 points per game, gets teammates involved. The 5-7 Russell is “the real deal,” Osseo coach John Rieser said. College: Undecided.

 

Abi Scheid

Elk River, junior center

The 6-2 Scheid continues to develop her game. Runs the floor well, can be a handful in the post. Works hard on the defensive end. College: Undecided.

 

Alex Wittinger

Delano, senior forward

Well-rounded 6-1 athlete, can beat you inside or out. One of the state’s top shot blockers, also a D-I volleyball recruit. College: Illinois.

 

Third Team

Guards

Sarah Kaminski, Minnehaha Academy, jr.

Anna Schmitt, Waconia, sr.

Danielle Gitzen, Chanhassen, sr.

Forwards

Ali Greene, Mahtomedi, sr.

Mikayla Hayes, Park Center, soph.

 

How the team was picked

The Star Tribune’s All-Metro teams and Player of the Year were chosen based on nominations from metro-area coaches, conversations with a panel of coaches and staff observations.

RON HAGGSTROM