Magic of March - 2019 WIAA State Tournaments
The Tomah Timberwolves were able to come back and defeat the Onalaska Hilltoppers on Monday.
Here’s a look at the brackets for the 2019 WIAA Boys State Basketball Tournament
The Bahr family from Aquinas showed up with droves of community members to cheer on the girls basketball team as they clinched the Division 4 state title against Melrose-Mindoro.
La Crosse, Wisc. (WXOW) The Bangor boys basketball team was looking to return to the WIAA state tournament for the second strait year.
In Division 2 #1 La Crosse Central was looking to return to the state tournament for the 4th straight year. They brought in a 12-game winning streak to the sectional finals with #1 Merrill.
History repeats itself again.
The Blugolds defeated Milwaukee Academy of Science 77-59. The Mustangs defeated Colby 63-44. The wins set up a re-match between Aquinas and Melrose-Mindoro in the Division 4 state championship game.
The #1 seed Blair-Taylor took on the #2 seed Bangor in the Sectional semifinals at Holmen.
Rochester, Minn. (WXOW)- Caledonia faced Winona Cotter in the section 1 AA Championship game on Thursday evening. This game went into overtime tied at 39.
With a victory over Onalaska on Thursday night, Central is now one win away from the state tournament.
History repeats itself.
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