Spruce Creek and Flagler Palm Coast, 2 of the area's perennial powers, produced 2 selections apiece for The Daytona Beach News-Journal's Super 7 team.

Six of the players from The Daytona Beach News-Journal's Super 7 girls basketball selections of a year ago have graduated and joined Division I programs.

That leaves plenty of opportunity for new stars to emerge in 2020-21.

This year's preseason group is guard-heavy, though a pair of first-team forwards provide balance. Additionally, five of the Volusia-Flagler area's programs are represented, touching just about every corner of the two-county map.

With consultation from a wide range of area girls basketball coaches, here is this year's Super 7.

 Kiki Bean, AtlanticThe junior point guard ranked near the top of the area's assists chart last year, dishing out 6.7 per game in helping Atlantic reach the Class 4A playoffs. Bean added 8.0 points per game, knocking down 26 shots from 3-point range, and will shoulder more of the offensive load in George Butts' final season in charge of the Sharks.

Lily Dunaway, Flagler Palm CoastExpected to inherit the starting role at point guard following the departure of New Orleans signee Brianna Ellis, Dunaway was one of only four Bulldogs to see action in all 24 contests, clocking up nearly 18 minutes per night. The 5-foot-7 senior guard averaged 6.5 points per game, topping double digits on six occasions including a 20-point outing against St. Augustine Menendez.

Jiya Hastings, DeLandFor the second straight season, a Hastings sister cracks the Super 7 team. Older sister Jay'Lin signed a letter of intent to continue her basketball career at UNC Greensboro. Jiya, a senior guard, was the Bulldogs' second-leading scorer (9.8 points per game) and led the team in assists (2.0 per game) and steals (2.5 per game). Hastings shot 36% from the field — 48% inside the 3-point arc.