Stewart was the Big Eight Conference boys basketball player of the year and the Wisconsin State Journal's 2019-20 All-Area player of the year. The Lancers won the Big Eight title.
Gray, who plans to attend UW-Whitewater, helped lead La Follette to the Big Eight Conference boys basketball title and to a WIAA Division 1 sectional final berth. Rankins helped lead Madison Memorial to a share of the Big Eight title in girls basketball and to the sectional final.
Stewart and All-Area coach of the year Curtrel Robinson helped lead La Follette to the Big Eight title and a berth in a Division 1 sectional final.
The 6-foot-1 Probst, a first-team all-Big Eight Conference selection, helped lead the Lancers to the league title. He plans to attend UW-Platteville.
Wisconsin Badgers commit Johnny Davis of La Crosse Central is the AP Player of the Year. Hartland Arrowhead's Carter Gilmore, a Badgers' preferred walk-on, also is on the first team. Jordan Davis, Johnny's twin and another UW commit, makes the third team.
The Lancers' Curtrel Robinson is named conference boys basketball coach of the year. La Follette won the Big Eight title.
The Lancers, second-ranked in Division 1, lead the Big Eight Conference. The ninth-ranked Purgolders are in third place.
“We always work on crashing the boards," Gray said after the 58-55 victory. "So, I crashed the boards and (the ball) was just there for the tip-in.”
Singleton comes to Verona from the Madison La Follette basketball program.
Gray plans to attend Grambling State University, an NCAA Division I program in Louisiana.
Senior Donneil Gray is the Lancers' starting point guard, while twins Derek and David Gray provide a spark off the bench.
Senior guard leads defensive charge and scores 25 points.
Madison Memorial, Madison East, Janesville Craig and Sun Prairie also start the season ranked among the WisSports.net Division 1 Top Ten.
Curtrel Robinson has returned to Madison La Follette 12 years after helping the Lancers to a state title in 2002.