SportScene13 for Saturday, March 15th

Hoops rule this Saturday on SportScene13. We start down in Madison on championship Saturday for boys basketballl, where Thorp claimed the Division 5 championship, while Rice Lake and Blair-Taylor finished fine seasons as runners-up. Then we head to girls hoops, where Regis and Neillsville punched their tickets to next week's state tournament. Click here for all the action on SportScene13!

Division 1 State Tournament
State Championship

Germantown 48, Neenah 42
Division 2 State Tournament
State Championship

Wisconsin Lutheran 61, Rice Lake 46
Division 3 State Tournament
State Championship

Brown Deer 59, Lodi 37
Division 4 State Tournament
State Championship

Dominican 74, Blair-Taylor 50
Division 5 State Tournament

Thorp 49, Green Bay N.E.W. Lutheran 42
Division 1 Sectional 1
Sectional Championship

Superior 82, Neenah 69
Division 1 Sectional 3
Sectional Championship

Mukwonago 49, Madison West 30
Division 1 Sectional 4
Sectional Championship

Oak Creek 46, Brookfield Central 25
Division 2 Sectional 1
Sectional Championship

La Crosse Central 33, New London 28
Division 2 Sectional 2
Sectional Championship

Notre Dame 64, Cedarburg 46
Division 2 Sectional 3
Sectional Championship

DeForest 65, Wilmot Union 30
Division 3 Sectional 1
Sectional Championship

Neillsville 31, Hayward 30
Division 3 Sectional 3
Sectional Championship

Brodhead 35, Adams-Friendship 26
Division 4 Sectional 1
Sectional Championship

Regis 69, Cameron 53
Division 5 Section 2
Section Championship

Assumption 58, Goodman/Pembine 34
Division 5 Section 3
Section Championship

Barneveld 69, Gilmanton 31

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