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What to watch: WIAA Regional Finals

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.

h2]Division 1[/h2]

Ashwaubenon Regional

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.

Germantown Sectional

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.

Watertown Sectional

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

2014 Small Forward Kevon Looney dropped 36 points in a 56-33 win over Racine Park Friday night. Looney and Hamilton get sophomore standout Brandon Key and West Allis Central in the regional final.

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.

Division 2

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.

Division 3

Osseo-Fairchild Sectional

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.

Division 4

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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