Wisconsin Sports -- Undefeated Gemantown blitzed Mukwonago 57-28 while claiming its second straight Division 1 state title at the 98th WIAA State Boys Basketball Tournament Saturday at the Kohl Center.
A 17-year absence from the state tournament made no difference to Elmwood to start its Division 5 state semifinal against Randolph at the WIAA State Boys Basketball Tournament Thursday afternoon at the Kohl Center. The Raiders held an 11-2 lead on the No. 1 ranked Rockets.
But even though EHS held the lead at halftime, they couldn't hold it in the second hald. Randolph won going away 46-37.
Randolph's domination of Wisconsin prep small school basketball over the past 15 years began the very last season Elmwood High School made the state tournament. The two schools come full circle this Thursday in the WIAA Division 5 State Tournament semifinals Thursday afternoon.
Elmwood High School's boys' basketball team will play for its first trip to the WIAA State Boys Basketball Tournament since 1996 when it faces No. 8 ranked Royall in this afternoon's Division 5 La Crosse Logan Sectional championship game.
The Elmwood High School boys' basketball team will play in its first sectional tournament in 10 years as it takes on Cochrane-Fountain City in a Division 5 match-up at Neillsville High School. Tip-off is at 7 p.m.
With 2:50 to go in the fourth quarter and Elmwood High School boys' basketball team down 51-44 to Eleva-Strum at home Monday evening in WIAA Division 5 finals, this season's Raider ballclub looked to be just another statistic.
Prescott High School boys basketball team's season came to an end Saturday in a 49-39 loss to No. 4 ranked La Crosse Aquinas in the WIAA Division 3 regional finals but Elmwood's season continues as they beat Alma/Pepin 67-51 in the regional semifinals.
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