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Boys Division 4 All-State Team

03/13/2014, 8:00pm CDT
By WBCA

Charlie Noone of Lourdes Academy, Dalton Soto of Blair-Taylor, Diamond Stone of Dominican, and Billy Wampler of Regis lead the way as unanimous selections to the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association Division 4 All-State Team.

Stone is a repeat first-team pick from a year ago.

Noone helped Lourdes to an outright Trailways-North title and unbeaten regular season. The 6-0 senior guard poured in 20.3 points per game, shooting 63.7% from the field, 85.2% from the free throw line, and 47.5% from the three-point line.

Soto is part of a deep and talented Blair-Taylor squad that is back at state once again. He was a contributor on the 2011 squad that also made it to Madison. A 6-5 senior guard, he averaged 17.6 points per game for head coach Randy Storlie.

Stone is one of the top juniors in the entire country, and is a dominant force for the Knights. The 6-10 junior averages 23.9 points and 13.2 rebounds per game for a Dominican team going for a third straight title.

Wampler has shown steady improvement over his career, and led Regis to a 15-9 overall record competing in the rugged Cloverbelt-West. A 6-6 junior forward, he led the league in scoring at 25.5 points per contest.

Blake Anderson helped Auburndale to the state tournament last year and a 24-2 overall record and sectional final appearance this season. The Marawood-South Player of the Year, Anderson is a talented senior shooting guard that averaged 13.3 points per game.

Romeo Bouie was a big reason why Racine St. Catherine's finished tied for second in the tough Metro Classic Conference. The 6-4 junior forward scored a team-high 15.5 points per game.

Sean Clarey helped Brookfield Academy to a share of the Midwest Classic Conference title this year. The sharp-shooting senior wing averaged 18 points per game, connecting on 73 three-point attempts while averaging 5.3 rebounds per contest.

Isaac Elliott, a 6-1 senior guard, was a Second Team All-Conference pick in the CWC-8 last season, but upped it to First Team honors this season after averaging 17.9 points per game and leading the Cardinals to an outright league title.

Tyler Lemke is a big reason why Brillion went from a solid third place finish in the Olympian Conference, to a somewhat surprising run to the state tournament. The 6-3 junior leads the Lions in scoring at 15.8 points per game, rebounding at 6.3 per contest, plus blocks and assists.

Trevor Wendhausen was a senior leader on a Mineral Point team that went unbeaten in the regular season before being upset in the sectional semi-finals. The 6-2 guard averaged 16 points, 6.9 rebounds, and 3.8 assists per game.

WBCA D4 All-State

Blake Anderson, Sr., Auburndale
Romeo Bouie, Jr., Racine St. Catherine's
Sean Clarey, Sr., Brookfield Academy
Isaac Elliott, Sr., Pacelli
Tyler Lemke, Jr., Brillion
Charlie Noone, Sr., Lourdes Academy *
Dalton Soto, Sr., Blair-Taylor *
Diamond Stone, Jr., Dominican *
Billy Wampler, Jr., Regis *
Trevor Wendhausen, Sr., Mineral Point

Honorable Mention

Preston Droessler, Jr., Cuba City
Zac Johnson, Sr., Unity
Collin Kennedy, Jr., Luther
Ethin Kiekhafer, Sr., Colfax
Brett O'Sullivan, Sr., Pacelli
Simeon Pooler, Sr., Blair-Taylor
Zac Webster, Sr., Spring Valley

* Denotes unanimous selection

Voting Panel – Nick Hallberg, Grantsburg; Pete Kittel, Brillion; James Komp, Wild Rose; Jerry Petitgoue, Cuba City; Dennis Ruedinger, Lourdes Academy; Rick Storlie, Fall Creek; Paul Strutz, Shoreland Lutheran; Chad Weinfurter, Auburndale.

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