STEVENS POINT, Wis. – The Board of Control gave first consideration of an Executive Staff plan to suspend membership dues and fees for two years, advanced a number of Constitutional amendments to the Annual Meeting for a membership vote and approved renewal of several partnership agreements at its meeting on March 6 in Madison.
Mount Horeb (23-5) is the champion in Division 2 following a 58-46 victory over Rice Lake (22-6) in the title game.
The final score wasn’t indicative of competitive nature of the game. The Warriors were playing without the services of co-Mr. Basketball in Wisconsin Henry Ellenson, who suffered a hand injury in Friday night’s semifinal victory.
Brown Deer (25-4) made it back-to-back titles with a 74-60 win over Xavier (24-4) in the Division 3 championship game.
Riley Geiger, a sophomore from Loyal, won the inaugural boys’ 3-Point Challenge held Saturday at the Kohl Center in conjunction with the celebration of the 100th State Girls Basketball Tournament.
Three-time defending Division 1 champion Germantown (27-0) remained undefeated and will attempt to become only the second program in State Tournament history to win four consecutive titles following its 82-54 win over Madison East in its semifinal.
Stevens Point (26-1) advances to the Division 1 championship game for the first time since 1994 with a convincing 63-39 triumph over West Allis Central (14-13) in the semifinals.
Rice Lake (22-5) returns to the Division 2 championship game with some unfinished business to attend to following its 72-64 semifinal victory over Greendale.
Mount Horeb (22-5) pulled away in the fourth quarter to record a 65-53 win over West De Pere (20-7) in its Division 2 semifinal.
Defending champion Brown Deer (24-4) returns to the Division 3 title game following a 62-50 victory over Prescott (25-2) in the semifinal.
Xavier (24-3) overcame a six-point deficit in the final two minutes of the fourth quarter to move on to the championship final with a 70-69 win over East Troy in the Division 3 semifinals.
Dominican will attempt to become just the second program to win four consecutive State championships Saturday in its Division 4 match-up with Mineral Point.
The Knights displayed an awesome offensive arsenal to roll to a 93-54 victory over previously undefeated Regis in the Division 4 semifinal.
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