It took 107 years for 2 rare feats at WIAA state boys basketball tournament. Here's how it unfolded
With record-setting performances and thrilling finishes, the 107th WIAA boys basketball state tournament was one that fans won't soon forget. Take a look back at this year's competition.
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All that mattered to junior Eric Kenesie was that his Kenosha St. Joseph Catholic teammates played one more game. Yet he had a historic performance to make that happen.
It was dicey for awhile, but De Pere showed why it was the top-ranked team for most of the boys basketball season to etch its name in history.
Kenosha St. Joseph Catholic and junior guard Eric Kenesie (No. 3), who's hoisted in the air, celebrate after Kenesie scores a WIAA state tourn…
Brillion’s team manager was jumping around on the Kohl Center floor celebrating with teammates and coaches as the Lions won their state semifinal.
A pair of longtime coaches, both now retired, worked the games while a former University of Wisconsin men's basketball player and a local athletic administrator were officials.
Students packed into the Kohl Center an hour before the West Salem boys basketball team appeared for a second straight year. Perhaps nobody was more excited than Anna McConkey.
WIAA boys basketball semifinals at the Kohl Center.
Paul Osterhaus, a member of the Columbus boys basketball team that participated in the 1992 Division 3 state tournament, was on hand at the Kohl Center watching his son compete.
Pewaukee, the two-time defending state champions in Division 2, and De Pere, which was undefeated entering state, each had a player named co-Mr. Basketball on Friday.
Neenah senior Cal Klesmit was eliminated by Hartland Arrowhead and his future teammate, Mac Wrecke. They will play for a new coach when they join the Phoenix.
The Brillion boys basketball team captured their first state title since 2012 and did it for their community more than themselves.
The final day of the WIAA state boys basketball tournament is Saturday with all five championship games. Follow along with the action.
Eric Kenesie scored 93 points in his two games before Saturday's WIAA state boys basketball Division 4 final. Here is how Luther held him below his scoring average.
Mascots are generally forbidden from speaking and keep the fact they are the mascot a secret. But now for this sports fanatic who loves his Lancers.
Autumn Xiong is only 16 years old but her two amazing renditions of "The Star-Spangled Banner" left an impression on the WIAA boys state basketball tournament crowd.