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
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.