A look at the Wisconsin targets competing in the WIAA Regional Finals Saturday night.
Pritzl and De Pere begin their run for a state championship Saturday night against Green Bay Preble.
No. 1 De Pere
No. 8 Green Bay Preble
After having their regional semifinal postponed due to weather, De Pere and Green Bay Preble will try it again tonight. 2015 Shooting Guard Brevin Pritzl leads 19-3 De Pere, averaging 17 points per game. Prtizl visited Wisconsin last weekend and has early offers from Toledo, Wisconsin-Green Bay, and Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
No. 1 Germantown
No. 4 Homestead
2015 Small Forward Jaylen Key and Homestead knocked off Waukesha West 62-51 Friday night. Germantown beat Homestead twice already this season.
Waukesha West Sectional
Noskowiak and Sun Prairie look for their third win over Middleton this season.
No. 2 Sussex Hamilton
No. 3 Arrowhead
2014 Shooting Guard Brady Ellingson dropped 20 points in the regional semifinal in a 70-54 win over Menomonee Falls. Sussex Hamilton gets a big test Saturday against Arrowhead.
No. 1 Sun Prairie
No. 4 Middleton
2015 Point Guard Nick Noskowiak and Sun Prairie got a tough draw in the regional semifinals against 2014 Shooting Guard T.J. Schlundt and Oconomowoc. The Cardinals barely got by with a 51-46 victory. Noskowiak had eight points.
Racine Case Sectional
No. 1 Milwaukee Hamilton
No. 5 West Allis Central
Can Ellenson and Rice Lake pull off the upset?
Milwaukee South Sectional
No. 3 Brookfield Central
No. 2 Milwaukee King
Brookfield Central and 2014 Shooing Guard Riley LaChance blew past Milwaukee Riverside 73-54. LaChance scored 29 points and are primed for an upset over the Generals tonight.
Eau Claire Memorial Sectional
No. 2 La Crosse Central
No. 3 Rice Lake
2015 Forward Henry Ellenson went for 29 points for Rice Lake who got past Tomah 79-53 in their opening game.
Lake Geneva Badger Sectional
Koenig and Aquinas cruised to an easy victory Friday night.
No. 3 Fort Atkinson
No. 2 Stoughton
2015 Center Nick McGlynn scored 12 points for Stoughton, who rolled past Union Grove 56-22. The Vikings have already beaten the Blackhawks twice this season.
No. 1 La Crosse Aquinas
No. 4 Prescott
Wisconsin bound Point Guard Bronson Koenig scored 15 points for the Bluegolds, who dropped Bloomer 73-36 Friday night.
No Sectional Site
No. 3 Marshall
No. 2 Lake Mills
One of the most underrated teams in the tournament, third-seeded Marshall beat Edgerton 82-54 Friday night. The 21-2 Cardinals got 23 points from 2014 Shooting Guard Cam Ward.
Milwaukee South Sectional
No. 1 Dominican
No. 5 Young Coggs Prep
2015 Center Diamond Stone scored 17 points as Dominican flew past Hope Christian 95-50.
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