Games will air August 1, 8, 15 and 22 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. on WKOW. A second airing of each game will be broadcast the following day.
Before you vote, scroll down to read the game recaps.
WIAA Classics game recaps
2004 D4 Boys Final Randolph 52 – Hilbert 50
- Randolph finishes 26-0 with future UW Badger and Boston Celtic Greg Stiemsma.
2005 D1 Boys Final Madison Memorial 63 – Milwaukee Vincent 55
- For Memorial; Wes Matthews (future Marquette University and NBA pro) and Keaton Nankival (future UW Badger and European League pro). For Vincent: Marcus Landry (future UW Badger and NBA pro).
2008 D1 Boys Final Wauwatosa East 58 – Madison Memorial 56 - 26-1 Wauwatosa East takes on 23-3 Madison Memorial in an overtime thriller.
2011 D1 Boys Final Madison Memorial 80 – DePere 78
- The only triple-overtime championship game in WIAA history.
2012 D1 Boys Final Germantown 72 – Milwaukee King 69
- Future UW Badger Zak Showalter and undefeated Germantown face off against powerhouse Milwaukee King.
2012 D5 Final Sheboygan Lutheran 67 – Racine Lutheran 66
- Future UW Badger and NBA pro Sam Dekker scores 40 pts. in a stunning last second victory.
2015 D1 Girls Semifinal Divine Savior Holy Angels 86 – Middleton 76
- Future Notre Dame and WNBA star Arike Ogunbowale scores a WIAA record 55 pts. in this overtime victory.
2016 D3 Boys Final Waupun 59 – Appleton Xavier 58
- Multiple lead changes and a heart-stopping finish in this exciting boys’ final.
2017 D2 Boys Semifinal Cedarburg 73 – Milwaukee Washington 70
- John Diener (DePaul University) scores a boys WIAA record 46 pts. in a double overtime game.
2017 D2 Boys Final LaCrosse Central 55- Cedarburg 53
- John Diener and Cedarburg take on Kobe King (future UW Badger) and LaCrosse Central.
2018 D2 Boys Final Kaukauna 76 – Milwaukee Washington 74
- Led by Mr. Basketball and current West Virginia point Guard Jordan McCabe, Kaukauna scores a tournament record 16 three point shots in a last second victory.
2019 D2 Boys Final Nicolet 67 – Milwaukee Washington 54
- Nicolet is loaded with future Division 1 recruits in this exciting contest.
2019 D1 Girls Final Bay Port 50 – Middleton 49
- Bay Port wins its’ first state championship in the final seconds against a talented Middleton team.