Prior Lake, 5-3, senior guard: The school's all-time leading scorer (2,488 points) missed part of the season because of a sprained ankle. She scored a state-record 63 points against Park Center. College: Seton Hall.
St. Michael-Albertville, 5-10, junior guard: A gym rat with a high basketball IQ. "She can take over a game and put the team on her back," Knights coach Kent Hamre said.
Centennial, 5-11, senior guard: Shouldered the load for 25-4 Cougars squad. "An incredible finisher, shooter and distributor," Centennial coach Jill Becken said.
Park Center, 5-10, sophomore forward: Continued her progression this season, averaging 27.9 points, 10.7 rebounds, with 4.1 steals per game.
Henry Sibley, 6-1, senior forward: "Tori has left an imprint and legacy on the program that will be remembered for years to come," Warriors coach Harry Jenness Jr. said.
College: South Dakota State.
Dlayla Chakolis, Hopkins, , 5-7, senior guard. College: Hampton.
Mia Curtis, Minnehaha Academy, 5-9, junior guard.
Macy Guebert, Eastview, 5-10, senior guard.
College: South Dakota.
Jenna Johnson, Wayzata, 6-2, sophomore forward.
Taylie Scott, Heritage Christian, 5-7, senior guard.
College: Westmont, Calif.
The Star Tribune's All-Metro teams and Metro Player of the Year were chosen based on nominations from metro area coaches, conversations with a panel of coaches and staff observations.