Patrick Cartier's turnaround basket as time expired lift Brookfield East to an upset over Sun Prairie on March 16 in the WIAA Division 1 state semifinal, putting East into tonight's final against Oshkosh North. The thrilling finish was one of two great D1 games at the Kohl Center in Madison; Sussex Hamilton's 3-pointer at the buzzer would have won the game, but Carson Smith's shot rattled out to clinch North'sÂ trip to the final. Take a look at all the angles of Cartier's winning shot.
The Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association announced its Mr. Basketball winner Friday morning, bestowing the award to Kaukauna senior point guard Jordan McCabe. McCabe's Galloping Ghosts were slated to play later in the day at the Kohl Center in the WIAA Division 2 state semifinal. The playmaking guard averaged more than 26 points per game, with six rebounds, eight assists and two steals per contest.
Pewaukee High School girls basketball coach Todd Hansen has resigned, according to a release from the school. Hansen, a PHS graduate and coach in the program for 19 years, has been head coach for the past 14 seasons, with one of the best track records in area girls hoops. His teams have gone 263-66 in those 14 years, with 15 wins each and every season. The Pirates have won five conference titles and five regional titles.
I don't think I attended Valparaiso two years after "The Shot" BECAUSE of that moment, but I know it was the first time I'd heard of VU. Who knows subconsciously how it contributed? Congrats to UMBC, who's on the national radar now.
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Selecting a term
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