H ° L °
Rain | 3MPH

NOW's JR Radcliffe takes a weekly look at the top five boys and girls teams in the NOW and Lake Country Publications coverage area and ranks the schools, updated every Sunday.


Germantown, 26-2 (no change)

It's back to the top of the mountain for Germantown. The Warhawks stayed steady all year despite incurring its first losses in three seasons, and then delivered a masterful performance in dominating Milwaukee King in the state semifinal. That served as a prelude to an at-times tense contest with Neenah in the final, but Germantown prevailed for a third straight state championship.

Dominican, 25-3 (up 1 spot) 

Diamond Stone delivered yet another remarkable performance at the state tournament, and with some help from fellow big man Jack Jelacic, the Knights recorded a third consecutive state title in fairly convincing fashion. Stone's recruitment will pick up from here, and he'll be one of the most sought-after recruits in state history. Meanwhile, Dominican has built a dynasty only obscured by Germantown's own in Division 1.

Brookfield Central, 24-1 (down 1 spot)

It hardly seems fair that Central gets downgraded for an overtime loss to a state qualifier in a dramatic thriller at the sectional semifinal level, a setback that short-circuited Central's run at perfection and the state tournament. The Lancers will look back on the 2013-14 team as one of the very best the state has produced, with a supremely talented senior class. It's a shame they had to play in such a loaded sectional, where three teams -- including King and Racine Case -- could rightfully have reached Madison.

Brown Deer, 23-5 (no change)

What a postseason for the Brown Deer Falcons. After navigating a tough schedule and showing it belonged with some of the best in the state, Brown Deer capped the year with an electric run to the Division 3 state title, topping talented programs from Lodi and Roncalli to get atop the podium. Big men Devante Jackson and Jerry Luckett (pictured) saw their stock rice precipitously in the home stretch.

 Mukwonago, 18-9 (no change)

Mukwonago found itself outmatched by Neenah in the Division 1 state semifinal, but the program reaffirmed its run to the state title in 2013 with a follow-up appearance in the state tournament. Aaron Nixon and Dominic Cizauskas cap their careers having left huge imprints upon the program.


Oak Creek, 26-2 (no change)

Oak Creek grabbed its first state championship with a resounding win over Superior on March 22, one day after a stunning overtime win over undefeated Kimberly in the semifinal. Stephanie Kostowicz, who went on to hit 8 of 9 shots in the title game and score 19 points, hit a basket at the buzzer on an inbound of the semifinal to force overtime, where Oak Creek took control. Division 1 players such as Kostowicz and Tamya Sims (pictured) will be missed next year, along with point guard Katie Finn, but the Knights have etched their place  in state basketball history.

Arrowhead, 23-3 (no change)

In a heartbreaker, Arrowhead fell by a 42-40 count to top-ranked Kimberly in the sectional final, when Frankie Wurtz of the Papermakers scored with 9.5 seconds left. It mirrored last year, when Arrowhead defeated Kimberly in the same spot similarly, on a buzzer beater. The Warhawks won the talent-rich Classic 8 and will still be very strong next year despite losing senior standout Kelly Smith.

Brookfield Central, 21-5 (no change)

Brookfield Central knocked off Divine Savior Holy Angels for a third time this season and capped off a brilliant 2013-14 in style, but the Lancers ran into Oak Creek in the sectional final and saw the season come to a close. Four of Central's five losses came against Oak Creek and Sussex Hamilton, and the program figures to remain elite in coming years.

Mukwonago, 20-7 (no change)

Bre Cera scored 20 points in the state semifinal and has reached the Resch Center in her first two years on varsity, but the Indians were turned back at the buzzer by Superior in a heartbreaker. Still, with Cera and fellow sophomore Morgan Glatczak (6-4 post, pictured) in the mix, the cupboard is not bare for the Indians in 2014-15.

Germantown, 19-6 (no change)

Germantown simply couldn't hang with the other Warhawks, Arrowhead, in the sectional semifinal, but it was still a banner year for a Germantown team that won its first North Shore title since 1977.

Best of the Rest


Greendale, 18-9
West Allis Central, 20-5
Kettle Moraine, 21-3
Pewaukee, 18-8
Homestead, 18-5
Whitefish Bay, 18-6
Sussex Hamilton, 17-8
Arrowhead, 17-7
New Berlin Eisenhower, 18-6
Waukesha West, 15-7

Others (alpha): Brookfield Academy, 18-6; Brookfield East, 5-18; Catholic Memorial, 7-17; Cudahy, 4-19; Franklin, 9-14;  Greenfield, 8-15; Lake Country Lutheran, 14-11; Martin Luther, 6-18; Menomonee Falls, 11-12; Muskego, 6-16; New Berlin West, 2-21; Nicolet, 3-20; Oak Creek, 6-17; Oconomowoc, 10-12; Shorewood, 13-9; South Milwaukee, 8-14; St. Francis, 10-14; St. John's Northwestern Military Academy, 3-20; St. Thomas More, 9-15; University Lake School, 7-15; University School, 13-11; Waukesha North, 10-13; Waukesha South, 7-16; Wauwatosa East, 9-15; Wauwatosa West, 13-10; West Allis Hale, 7-16; Whitnall, 11-13


Pewaukee, 21-3
Franklin, 19-6
New Berlin Eisenhower, 19-7
Whitefish Bay, 18-7
Kettle Moraine, 18-6
Waukesha West, 16-8
Sussex Hamilton, 16-7
Dominican, 16-10
Lake Country Lutheran, 21-3
New Berlin West, 16-7

Others (alpha): Brookfield Academy, 13-10; Brookfield East, 9-14; Brown Deer, 9-14; Catholic Memorial, 10-11; Cudahy, 9-15; Greendale, 8-15; Greenfield, 9-14; Homestead, 14-9; Martin Luther, 12-12; Menomonee Falls, 8-15; Muskego, 1-23; Nicolet, 5-18; Oconomowoc, 10-13; Shorewood, 16-7; South Milwaukee, 5-18; St. Francis, 0-21; St. Thomas More, 10-14; University Lake School, 14-5; University School, 11-11 Waukesha North, 12-12; Waukesha South, 10-14; Wauwatosa East, 12-11; Wauwatosa West, 9-16; West Allis Central, 2-22; West Allis Hale, 6-17; Whitnall, 10-14

Last update: March 23








  1. Allazia Blockton, Dominican, 24.3 ppg
  2. Katie Salmon, Wauwatosa East, 20.8
  3. Jessica Kelliher, Waukesha North, 20.4
  4. Alyssa Mane, St. Thomas More, 19.6
  5. Amber Baker, University School, 18.2
  6. Linley Achtenhagen, Kettle Moraine, 17.5
  7. Mary Hirt, Lake Country Lutheran, 17.4
  8. Dani Rhodes, Waukesha West, 16.5
  9. Emily Perszyk, Greendale, 15.7
  10. Tamya Sims, Oak Creek, 15.4
  11. Baylee Barker, Oconomowoc, 15.2
  12. Kelly Smith, Arrowhead, 14.8
  13. Erika Perlewitz, ULS/Trinity, 14.8
  14. Taylor Klug, Sussex Hamilton, 14.7
  15. Maya Jonas, Whitefish Bay, 14.7


  1. Reed Timmer, New Berlin Eisenhower, 27.6
  2. Brady Ellingson, Sussex Hamilton 25.4
  3. Diamond Stone, Dominican, 24.2
  4. Riley LaChance, Brookfield Central, 23.0
  5. Daymeann Stewart, St. Thomas More, 22.5
  6. Jordan Perez, Greendale, 22.1
  7. Nate Schaefer, Whitnall, 20.9
  8. Greg Pigg, Nicolet, 20.5
  9. Earnest Cowser, Waukesha West, 20.4
  10. Tanner Zaeske, South Milwaukee, 19.4
  11. Paul Miller, Kettle Moraine, 19.3
  12. Hunter Bolger, ULS/Trinity, 18.8
  13. Te'Jon Lucas, Shorewood, 18.3
  14. Sean Clarey, Brookfield Academy, 18.0
  15. Colin Ksobiech, Franklin, 16.8

Averages are taken from the online database. Adjustments will be made only if submitted by that player's coach to JR Radcliffe at Averages through March 23. Teams covered on Roundball Rankings include those by NOW Newspapers (including extended coverage zone involving Dominican, Cudahy, Thomas More, Martin Luther, St. Francis, South Milwaukee, Sussex Hamilton and Brookfield Academy) and Lake Country Publications.


Current active leading scorers among all NOW-area high schools. All seniors, unless noted.


  1. Reed Timmer, New Berlin Eisenhower, 2,096
  2. Brady Ellingson, Sussex Hamilton, 1,710
  3. Sean Clarey, Brookfield Academy, 1,688
  4. Riley LaChance, Brookfield Central, 1,600
  5. Diamond Stone, Dominican, 1,528*
  6. Jordan Perez, Greendale, 1,370
  7. Paul Miller, Kettle Moraine, 1,111
  8. Lamonte Bearden, Germantown, 1,071
  9. Dominic Cizauskas, Mukwonago, 1,031
  10. Chad Kanugh, Franklin, 1,029


  1. Allazia Blockton, Dominican, 1,630*
  2. Mary Hirt, Lake Country Lutheran, 1,374
  3.  Jessica Kelliher, Waukesha North, 1,249*
  4. Tamya Sims, Oak Creek, 1,114
  5. Katie Salmon, Wauwatosa East, 1,111
  6. Maya Jonas, Whitefish Bay, 1,060
  7. Alyssa Mane, St. Thomas More, 969
  8. Liz Hafeman, Martin Luther, 950
  9. Lydia Rohde, Brookfield Central, 948
  10. Steph Kostowicz, Oak Creek, 935

* juniors in 2013-14

Stats accumulated from database through March 23, 2014.


Several NOW teams have popped up on the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association rankings (Feb. 25 -- final).

Division 1 girls
3. Oak Creek (19-2)
4. Arrowhead (19-2)

Division 2 girls
6. Pewaukee (20-2)
8. Whitefish Bay (16-4)
9. New Berlin Eisenhower (15-6)

Division 1 boys
1 . Brookfield Central (20-0)
3. Germantown (19-2)
8. Kettle Moraine (18-2)
9. Homestead (17-3)

Division 2 boys
7. Whitefish Bay (16-5)
5. New Berlin EIsenhower (17-3)

Division 4 boys
1. Dominican (17-3)
7. Brookfield Academy (16-5)

Pictured: Oak Creek girls coach Steve Hluchnik, Brookfield Central boys coach Mark Adams.


 Oak Creek's bench is ready to join the rest of the girls on the court as the final seconds ticked off with thier win over Kimberly in the state semifinal March 21. Photo by Russ Pulvermacher.


The Germantown boys basketball team eclipsed the 62-game winning streak by Dominican from 1977-80, considered a state record, finishing with 69 straight wins. A look at the chase:

Jan. 14, 2014: Brookfield Central 68. Germantown 58 (historical run comes to end)
No. 69: Germantown 72, Homestead 63 (Even Wesenberg: 20 points)
No. 68: Germantown 87, Madison LaFollette 44 (Jake Showalter: 31 points)
No. 67: Germantown 81, Oshkosh North 55 (L. Bearden/Hudson: 14 points)
No. 66: Germantown 75, Milwaukee Vincent 60 (Lamonte Bearden: 25 points)
No. 65: Germantown 68, Milwaukee Pius XI 44 (Jake Showalter: 18 points)
No. 64: Germantown 73, Grafton 50 (Jake Showalter: 25 points)
No. 63: Germantown 90, Milw. Lutheran 63 (sets new state record, Wesenberg/Showalter: 17 points)
No. 62: Germantown 75, Dominican 29 (Lamonte Bearden: 22 points)
No. 61: Germantown 88, Cedarburg 42 (Evan Wesenberg: 20 points)
No. 60: Germantown 83, Menomonee Falls 47 (Brian Bearden: 23 points)
No. 59: Germantown 80, Whitefish Bay 72 (Lamonte Bearden: 29 points)
No. 58: Germantown 81, Port Washington 41 (Jake Showalter: 21 points)
No. 57: Germantown 87, Milwaukee Lutheran 35 (Lamonte Bearden: 20 points)
No. 56: Germantown 57, Mukwonago 28 (2013 WIAA Division 1 state championship, Luke Fischer: 17 points)
No. 55: Germantown 80, Oshkosh North 60 (state semifinal, Luke Fischer: 32 points)

*If Dominican's forfeit win over Thomas More in 1980 is counted, streak extends to 71 games. Germantown's 71st straight win would come Jan. 17 at Port Washington, and Game 72 would be Jan. 24 vs. Whitefish Bay.

Streak numbers
Games in which Germantown scored 100 points: 3
Games in which Germantown scored 90+ points: 15
Games in which Germantown scored 80+ points: 31
Games in which Germantown won by 50+ points: 8
Games in which Germantown won by 40+ points: 20
Games in which Germantown won by 30+ points: 36
Games in which Germantown won by 20 or less: 15
Games in which Germantown won by single digits: 6
Games decided by one possession: 2
Wins over eventual conference champions: 16

A full look at the streak


 Dominican and Germantown both became three-peat champions with their wins at the WIAA state tournament over the weekend, joining some lofty company. Other schools to win three straight include Beloit (1932-34), Marathon (1975-77), Milwaukee Vincent (1996-98) and Racine St. Catherine (2005-07). Both will thake their shot at Randolph (2002-05), the only program to win four straight.

Photo Galleries

Past All-Area Teams

 A look back at the best of the best from the NOW Newspapers and Lake Country Publications coverage areas.

2012-13: All-Suburban Boys | All-Suburban Girls | LCP boys | LCP girls

2011-12: All-Suburban Boys | All-Suburban Girls | LCP boys | LCP girls

2010-11: All-Suburban Boys | All-Suburban Girls | LCP boys | LCP girls

2009-10: All-Suburban Boys | All-Suburban Girls | LCP boys | LCP girls

2008-09: All-Suburban Boys | All-Suburban Girls | LCP boys | LCP girls


League Standings

Classic 8: Boys | Girls
Greater Metro: Boys | Girls
Metro Classic: Boys | Girls
Midwest Classic: Boys | Girls
North Shore: Boys | Girls
Southeast: Boys | Girls
Wisconsin Little Ten: Boys | Girls
Woodland East: Boys | Girls
Woodland West: Boys | Girls
State rankings: Boys | Girls

Preps Plus Extra

Mark Stewart and JR Radcliffe discuss high school sports in this weekly video.


 Oak Creek's fortunes this season pivoted around post players Tamya Sims and Stephanie Kostowicz, but Katie Finn played a huge role in her team's state championship performance over the season's final weekend. She scored 16 points with 8 rebounds and 4 assists in an overtime win over undefeated Kimberly in the semifinal, then finished with 15 points, 4 boards and three helpers in the lopsided state-title win over Superior, hitting 4 of 5 shots and all three 3-pointers in the process.

Previous winners:

  • Diamond Stone, Dominican boys
  • Jordan Perez, Greendale boys
  • Brady Ellingson, Sussex Hamilton boys
  • Nick Pierce, Oconomowoc boys
  • Katie Salmon, Wauwatosa East girls
  • Jessica Kelliher, Waukesha North girls
  • Jake Showalter, Germantown boys
  • Maya Jonas, Whitefish Bay girls
  • Elijah Goodman, Brookfield Central boys
  • Brandon Key, West Allis Central boys
  • Allazia Blockton, Dominican girls
  • Bryce Nze, Arrowhead boys
  • Kelly Smith, Arrowhead girls
  • Riley LaChance, Brookfield Central boys
  • Earnest Cowser, Waukesha West boys
  • Reed Timmer, New Berlin Eisenhower boys


I Played at State

We check in with past area basketball players and ask about their experiences at the state tournament.

 Before she was the national Player of the Year in NCAA Division III basketball at Oshkosh, Franklin's Kay (Mikolajczak) Chmielewski was a key component of the Sabers' run to the state championship game in 1999 and another state appearance in 2000. She also played alongside best friend Christine Rathke, a fierce competior memorialized by an annual girls hoops tourney at Franklin. "I don’t think anyone could deny that the root of our success began deep within one player and overflowed to the rest of us. If you ask me what made our team so successful, my answer would be, 'Christine Rathke did.'

Click for full story

Other entries:

Jay Schauer and Rollie Blanchett, South Milwaukee boys
Whitefish Bay girls team, 2006
Brenda (Brunner) Hojnacki, Pius girls
Griffin LaDew, Catholic Memorial boys
Tina (Vilter) McDonald, Arrowhead girls
Eric Dale, Wauwatosa East boys
Kelly (Schwerman) Leibham, Kettle Moraine girls

JR Blount, Whitefish Bay Dominican boys
Alex Izzo, New Berlin Eisenhower boys

Ashley Imperiale, Greendale girls



Division 1 title: Germantown 48, Neenah 42. The Warhawks withstood a late Neenah surge for their third straight state championship. Brothers Brian Bearden and Lamonte Bearden both had 13 points.

Division 2 title: Wisconsin Lutheran 61, Rice Lake 46. With a stable of quick guards able to counteract Rice Lake star Henry Ellenson, balanced Wisco picked up 18 points from Anthony Carver and won its second title.

Division 3 title: Brown Deer 59, Lodi 37. Dunk-friendly Brown Deer finished its amazing postseason run by dispatching Lodi behind 18 points from all-tournament guard Lewrenzo Byers.

Division 4 title: Dominican 74, Blair-Taylor 50. Big man Diamond Stone finished with 28 points, 11 rebounds, and 8 blocks (and that may have only been his second most-impressive line of the weekend).

Division 5 title: Thorp 49, N.E.W. Lutheran 42. Isaac LaGasse scored 20 points in the lone close championship game of the day, and Thorp rallied from a 20-13 halftime deficit. It was a Cinderella finish for the 18-9 Cardinals.


Division 1 title: Oak Creek 73, Superior 52.  After a thrilling semifinal win over Kimberly the night before, Oak Creek shot a blistering 67 percent and shut down Superior for the first state title in Oak Creek history.

Division 2 title: Notre Dame 52, DeForest 42. DeForest made it a game, but in the end, defending state champion Notre Dame (and tournament MVP Allison LeClaire) were too tough for the Norskies. Eliza Campbell finished with 12 points and 11 boards.

Division 3 title: Kettle Moraine Lutheran 28, Neillsville 23. The lowest-scoring title game in girls tournament history went to the Chargers, who held off undefeated Neillsville thanks in part to Andrea Meinert's 13 points and 10 rebounds.

Division 4 title: Cuba City 49, Algoma 28. The Cubans took down the defending state champion with a convincing performance led by Molly Wedige, who posted 18 points and 15 rebounds. Jessi Marti added 15 points, and Chloe Pustina posted 9.

Division 5 title: Barneveld 38, Assumption 34. Barneveld capped the only undefeated season of any team in the state with a tight battle that came down to a turnover in the final seconds, after which Barneveld hit two free throws with 1 second on the clock.


A look at area players headed to play college basketball in NCAA Division 1 and Division 2


Division 1
Maya Jonas, Whitefish Bay (Northwestern)
Stephanie Kostowicz, Oak Creek (UW-Milwaukee)
Lydia Rohde, Brookfield Central (Northwestern)
Katie Salmon, Wauwatosa East (Loyola Ill.)
Tamya Sims, Oak Creek (Bradley)
Kelly Smith, Arrowhead (Northern Illinois)
Bre Cera, Mukwonago (UW-Green Bay)*

Division 2
Katie Finn, Oak Creek (William Jewell)
Mary Hirt, LCL (Nova Southeastern)
Elizabeth Kelliher, Wauk. North (Michigan Tech)
Chloe Tompkins, Kettle Moraine (Northern Mich.)


Division 1
Lamonte Bearden, Germantown (Buffalo)
Brady Ellingson, Sussex Hamilton (Iowa)
Riley LaChance, Brookfield Central (Vanderbilt)
Paul Miller, Kettle Moraine (North Dakota State)
Jake Showalter, Germantown (North Dakota State)
Reed Timmer, New Berlin Eisenhower (Drake)
Even Wesenberg, Germantown (ND State)

Division 2
Sean Clarey, Brookfield Academy (Michigan Tech)

*Verbal only


Which football conference has the area's deepest pool of talent in 2014?

Classic 8

Greater Metro

North Shore

Wisconsin Little Ten



State appearances by area teams:


  • 16: Wauwatosa East (last: 2008)
  • 9: Brookfield Central (last: 2008)
  • 8: Shorewood (last: 1981), South Milwaukee (last: 1996)
  • 6: Dominican (last: 2014), Whitefish Bay (last: 2011)
  • 5: Germantown (last: 2014), Sussex Hamilton (last: 1987)
  • 4: Mukwonago (last: 2014)
  • 3: Brown Deer (last: 2014), Arrowhead (last: 2010), Brookfield East (last: 1979), Whitnall (last: 2004)
  • 2: Greendale (last: 2014), Catholic Memorial (last: 2010), Homestead (last: 1994); New Berlin Eisenhower (last: 2008), Nicolet (last: 1993), West Allis Hale (last: 1970)
  • 1: Muskego (1986), New Berlin West (2000), Oak Creek (1980), Pewaukee (2001), West Allis Central (1947), Cudahy (1981), St. Francis (1976), Waukesha South (1999 -- Waukesha High School made 14 trips), Waukesha West (1998)
  • 0: Brookfield Academy, Greenfield, Franklin, Kettle Moraine, Lake Country Lutheran; Martin Luther, Menomonee Falls, Oconomowoc, Thomas More, Waukesha North, Wauwatosa West


  • 8: Arrowhead (last: 2013)
  • 7: Mukwonago (last, 2014), West Allis Hale (last: 2000), Whitefish Bay (last, 2011)
  • 6: Kettle Moraine (last: 2004)
  • 5: Oak Creek (last: 2004), Brookfield East (last: 2004), Greendale (last: 2007)
  • 4: Nicolet (last: 2011), New Berlin Eisenhower (last, 2013)
  • 3: Brookfield Central (last: 2009), Franklin (last: 2007), Whitnall (last: 2005), Waukesha South (last: 2005)
  • 2: Brown Deer (last: 1993), Homestead (last: 1995); Wauwatosa East (last: 1981)
  • 1: New Berlin West (1986)
  • 1: Dominican (2011)
  • 1: Catholic Memorial (2005), South Milwaukee (1985), St. Francis (1981), Waukesha North (1994)
  • 0: Brookfield Academy, Cudahy, Germantown, Greenfield, Lake Country Lutheran, Martin Luther, Menomonee Falls, Muskego, Oconomowoc, Pewaukee, Shorewood, Sussex Hamilton, Thomas More, Wauwatosa West, West Allis Central

State titles:


  • 5. Dominican (2004, 2005, 2012, 2013, 2014)
  • 3. Germantown (2012, 2013, 2014); Wauwatosa East (1948, 1989, 2008), Whitefish Bay (1996, 1998, 2011)
  • 2: Catholic Memorial (2004, 2010), South Milwaukee (1952, 1976)
  • 1: Brown Deer (2014), Arrowhead (2010), New Berlin Eisenhower (2008), New Berlin West (2000), St. Francis (1976), Shorewood (1942), Whitnall (1988), Waukesha (1944)


  • 2: Arrowhead (1991, 1988)
  • 1: Oak Creek (2014); Nicolet (2011); New Berlin Eisenhower (2010); Kettle Moraine (1999); Brookfield Central (1985); Wauwatosa East (1981)


 Top scorersScoring leaders

Check out our interactive map for a look at the all-time scoring leaders of boys and girls basketball teams at high schools in the suburban Milwaukee area.

Next Level

Follow former Division 1 NOW/Lake Country basketball players at Division 1 programs:


Jake Barnett, St. Louis
(Wauwatosa East)
Darrell Bowie, Northern Illinois (Wauwatosa East)
T.J. Bray, Princeton (Catholic Memorial)
Luke Fischer, Indiana (Germantown -- transfer to Marquette)
Troy Huff, North Dakota (Brookfield Academy)
Ben Mills, Colorado (Arrowhead)
Charles Rushman, UNLV (Arrowhead)
Jamie Schneck, Hartford (Whitefish Bay)
Zak Showalter, Wisconsin (Germantown)
J.P. Tokoto, North Carolina (Menomonee Falls)
Connor Weas, UW-Milwaukee (Whitefish Bay)
Duane Wilson, Marquette (Dominican)
Drew Windler, Belmont (South Milwaukee)


Nicole Bauman, Wisconsin
(New Berlin Eisenhower)
Alex Cohen, Northwestern (Nicolet)
Michelle Farrow, Western Illinois (Waukesha West)
Briana Gray, St. Louis (Nicolet)
Ashley Green, UW-Milwaukee (Nicolet)
Kianna Keller, New Mexico (Waukesha West)
Mehryn Kraker, UW-Green Bay (West Allis Central)
Ashley Luke, Western Illinois (Oak Creek)
Angela Rodriguez, UW-Milwaukee (Oak Creek)
Jenny Smith, Bradley (Arrowhead)
Jordyn Swan, UW-Milwaukee (Pewaukee)
Lexi Weitzer, UW-Green Bay (Waukesha South)