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WIAA Classic Contest (1)

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.

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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.

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