Watertown-Mayer, 6-2, sr. forward
She averaged a double-double (points and career) while leading the school to 93 wins in a four-year span. Czinano provides "laughter to our practices, film sessions and locker room meetings," Royals coach John Rosholt said.
Minneapolis South, 5-10, sr. guard
The three-time Minneapolis City Conference player of the year, she averaged 26.2 points and 7 rebounds per game.
Prior Lake, 5-3, jr. guard
Though petite, Hofschild is a creative and athletic scorer. "The bigger the game gets, the better she gets," Lakers coach Mike Gidley said.
Minnetonka, 6-3, sr. forward
Mershon averaged a double-double in her final season. "Kayla has a positive influence in each and every game she plays," Skippers coach Leah Dasovich said.
Holy Angels, 6-2, jr. forward
Oberg combines size, strength and quickness to be dominant on the interior. "She changes the game plans for many teams," Stars coach Dan Woods said.
Krystal Carlson, Hastings, 6-1, sr. forward
Frannie Hottinger, Cretin-Derham Hall, 6-0, jr. forward
Jaclyn Jarnot, Maranatha, 6-1, sr. forward
Aliza Karlen, St. Paul Central, 6-1, soph. forward
Mackenzie Kramer, St. Michael-Albertville, 5-9, soph. guard
Sara Scalia, Stillwater, 5-9, jr. guard
Raena Suggs, Hopkins, 5-7, sr. guard
Makayla Van Nett, St. Paul Como Park, 5-7, sr. guard
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.