Wisconsin Sports Network is proud to showcase the WSN High School Basketball Awards.
The finalists for the top senior shooter award have been selected. Winners are announced the week of the state tournament.
Jaelyn Acker, Germantown - Acker, a 5-7 senior committed to Division 1 Cal-Baptist, is a key catalyst for a Warhawks team that is 25-1 entering a sectional semi-final contest against Beaver Dam. One of the top volume shooters in the state, she has connected on 60-of-189 three-point attempts on the season, good for a 33.1% percentage from deep.
Callie Genke, Freedom - Genke, a 6-0 senior, is a big reason that the Irish are 24-1 on the season and playing in sectionals after claiming a North Eastern Conference title. A UW-Green Bay recruit, Genke has made 54-of-112 three-point attempts (48.2%), with her percentage the number one mark in the state among minimum qualifiers. She shot 58% overall from the field and 70% from the free throw line.
Mack Hogenson, Neenah - Hogenson is a 5-9 guard who helped the Rockets to a 15-7 overall record this season. Averaging 12.7 points per game, she did most of her damage from behind the three-point line, making 64-of-155 attempts for a 41.3% percentage. She was nearly automatic from the charity stripe, making 28-of-30 free throws.
Sara Kasar, Oak Creek - Kasar, a 5-6 UW-Parkside recruit, is among the most prolific three-point shooters in the state, making 65-of-178 attempts in 22 games for the Knights and head coach Steve Hluchnik. Averaging 12.5 points per game, she also made 76% of her free-throw attempts.
Maddy Schreiber, Kimberly - Schreiber is the second-ranked player in the 2021 class in the WSN Player Rankings. A UW-Green Bay recruit, Schreiber has helped the Papermakers to a 24-1 record heading into a sectional semi-final with Sheboygan North. Averaging 19 points per game, she has made 46.5% of her three-pointers (47-of-101), 61.6% of her shots overall (173-of-281), and 76.5% of her free throws (62-of-81).