The number of Coulee Region girls basketball players with NCAA Division I futures officially grew by one on Wednesday, and the new person on the list has yet to play her first high school game.

Macy Donarski, who will be a freshman at Aquinas in the fall, has been extended a scholarship offer from UW-Green Bay women’s basketball coach Kevin Borseth.

Her older sister, Lexi, also earned a scholarship offer the summer after eighth grade, and she responded by giving Iowa State University a verbal commitment that is still strong entering her senior season with the Blugolds.

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The Donarskis will team up for the only time as Blugolds next winter with the goal of helping Aquinas win a third consecutive WIAA Division 4 state championship. Teammate Courtney Becker has also accepted a scholarship to play at Drake University.

That trio joins the Melrose-Mindoro duo of Mesa Byom and Elizabeth Herzberg, who will play together at South Dakota State after their upcoming senior seasons for the Mustangs.

Melrose-Mindoro owns a 77-4 record with Byom and Herzberg on the team and has finished as Division 4 state runner-up to Aquinas the last two seasons.

Sparta’s Callie Ziebell, who will be a 6-foot-2 junior next season, also appears headed for a Division I future with offers from Green Bay, UW-Milwaukee, Youngstown State (Westby’s Chelsea Olson and G-E-T’s Lexi Wagner are there) and others in her pocket.