Aquinas sophomore Lexi Donarski steals the ball from Crandon's Alexa Neilitz in the first half of Thursday's WIAA Division 4 state semifinal game at the Resch Center. Donarski was selected to the Division 4 All-State team by the WBCA on Monday.

NATE BEIER, For the Tribune

Aquinas High School sophomore Lexi Donarski was a unanimous selection to the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association Division 4 All-State team that was released on Monday. The association selects a first team and honorable mention for each of Wisconsin’s five divisions.

Donarski, who helped the Blugolds go 28-0 and win a state championship by beating Melrose-Mindoro 68-52 at the Resch Center in Green Bay on Saturday. She had 24 points and 13 assists in Aquinas wins over Crandon and the Mustangs.

Aquinas senior Kyah Steiner and Melrose-Mindoro juniors Katie Christopherson and Erika Simmons and sophomores Emily Herzberg and Mesa Byom received honorable mention in Division 4.

Onalaska senior Emma Gamoke was named to the Division 2 first team, while Holmen senior Brooklyn Paulson earned honorable mention. Gamoke averaged 15.7 points and 4.4 rebounds for the Hilltoppers (22-4).

Bangor senior Emma Wittmershaus was selected to the first team in Division 5 after helping the Cardinals (25-3) win their own state championship. She had 33 points and 21 rebounds in wins over Clayton and top-ranked Black Hawk at the Resch Center.

Junior Lexi Wagner, who helped G-E-T to a 20-5 record, was awarded honorable mention in Division 3.

BOYS STATE 3-POINT CONTEST: Onalaska freshman Sam Kick was selected as one of 10 players — two from each of the five divisions — to participate in the 3-point challenge that will take place at 9:30 a.m. Saturday before state championship games begin at the Kohl Center.

Kick, one of two freshmen in the field, made 56 percent of his 3-point attempts (42 of 75) this season.