Kentucky beat UW at the buzzer last
season, went on to lose the title
It’s a case of polar opposites heading into the Kentucky-Wisconsin Final Four matchup.
Wisconsin heads in seemingly care free, cracking jokes at every press conference. The team that was devastated in this matchup last season, losing on a buzzer-beating 3-pointer. The team led by a pair of upperclassmen that came back for one more year of college solely for redemption.
Onalaska High School’s boys basketball team got a taste of one of the best players in the country in the Division 2 section semifinals.
Henry Ellenson had 31 points, 19 rebounds in leading Rice Lake to a 62-48 victory. The 6-foot-10 senior led his team to the state championship Saturday, but he didn’t play.
La Crosse native scores career high 19,
14 of those in second half
It was a game for a half, then Bronson Koenig and the University of Wisconsin men’s basketball team said enough is enough.
The Badgers blew out Purdue in the Big Ten tournament semifinal Saturday at the United Center, 71-51.
Purdue led 35-30 at halftime.
Top-ranked Trojans get second crack at title in as many years
MINNEAPOLIS – Rushford-Peterson High School’s boys basketball team is a win away from giving Tom Vix a Minnesota state championship for each decade he’s coached the team.
In the Class 1A quarterfinals, the Trojans shot the lights out. Friday, in the semifinals, it was the defense that took center stage.
MENOMONIE, Wis. – For a half, the Onalaska High School boys basketball team stuck with Rice Lake.
But in the end, 6-foot-10 Henry Ellenson and fifth-ranked Warriors were simply too much.