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Meet the Star Tribune 2021-22 All-Metro teams

By RON HAGGSTROM, Star Tribune, 03/14/22, 6:00PM CDT


You’ll find three future Gophers on the first team and players committed to Division I colleges on all three squads.

The Star Tribune All-Metro 2021-22 first team: from left, Olivia Olson, Benilde St. Margaret’s; Mara Braun, Wayzata; Mallory Heyer, Chaska; Maya Nnaji, Hopkins, and Nia Holloway, Eden Prairie.

Photo: Jerry Holt, Star Tribune. Photo setting: Hopkins High School

All-Metro first team

All-Metro second team

Nunu Agara
Hopkins, G, 5-11, junior
College: Stanford

Length poses problems everywhere on the court.

Amaya Battle
Hopkins, G, 5-11, senior
College: Gophers

Outstanding all-around contributor. 

Tessa Johnson
St. Michael-Albertville, G, 5-11, junior
College: undecided

Returned superbly from injury.

Ronnie Porter
St. Paul Como Park, G, 5-4, senior
College: undecided

Dynamic in spite of her height.

Kennedy Sanders
Chaska, G, 5-8, junior
College: Colorado

Excellent court awareness and vision.

Honorable mention

Ellie Buzzelle, Rogers, G, 5-9, senior. College: Grand Canyon.
Maddyn Greenway, Providence Academy, G, 5-7, eighth. College: undecided.
Callin Hake, Chanhassen, G, 5-8, senior. College: Nebraska.
Laura Hauge, St. Croix Lutheran, G, 5-9, sophomore. College: undecided.
Kiani Lockett, Minnetonka, G, 5-9, senior. College: Creighton.
Addi Mack, Minnehaha Academy, G, 5-8, freshman. College: undecided.
Ella Runyon, Hill-Murray, F, 5-11, senior. College: undecided.
Amber Scalia, Stillwater, G, 5-10, senior. College: St. Thomas.
Savannah White, DeLaSalle, G, 6-2, senior. College: Wisconsin.
Taylor Woodson, Hopkins, F, 6-0, junior. College: Michigan.

How the team was chosen

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.

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