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    Brookfield Central vs Menomonee Falls Boys Basketball

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    Neenah defeats Racine Case to reach WIAA boys basketball title game

    Neenah advances to Division 1 title game, while Ashwaubenon and Gibraltar lose in WIAA boys basketball state semifinals.

    Neenah to play Brookfield Central for title, Ashwaubenon falls to Pewaukee in WIAA boys basketball state tournament


    MADISON – The Neenah boys basketball team arrived here on a hot streak, two wins away from its goal of winning a state championship.

    Now it’s just one, although the first victory wasn’t easy.

    Neenah held on to beat Racine Case 60-52 in a WIAA Division 1 state semifinal Friday night at the Kohl Center, extending its winning streak to 26 games.

    A 16-point Rockets lead in the second half got all the way down to two on three occasions in the final 3 minutes, including with just 57 seconds left.

    Neenah finally closed it out, scoring the final six points on free throws.

    JJ Paider scored 17 points and had 14 rebounds for Neenah. Chevalier Emery Jr. added 16 points and was 8-for-8 at the line.

    The Rockets (28-1) will play Brookfield Central in the title game at approximately 8:15 p.m. Saturday.

    Brookfield Central 51, Menomonee Falls 50

    Bennett Murray made two free throws with 3.8 seconds remaining to lift the Lancers to the semifinal victory and a spot in Saturday’s championship game against Neenah.

    Murray was fouled on a layup attempt and calmly sank both free throws.

    After a timeout, Menomonee Falls inbounded to Seth Trimble and he dribbled the length of the court. His running 3-point attempt rimmed out, giving Brookfield Central the win.

    Andrew Rohde led Brookfield Central with 21 points.

    Menomonee Falls was led by Steven Clay with 22 points.

    Division 2 

    Division 2  Pewaukee 60, Ashwaubenon 49

    The Jaguars put up a fight against arguably the best team in the state before finally wilting in a loss to Pewaukee in a Division 2 semifinal Friday at the Kohl Center.

    The Jaguars led the defending state champions by two points with 9 minutes, 33 seconds remaining, but that’s when the Pirates took over for good.

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    They scored nine straight points to reclaim the lead and never relinquish it, overcoming a good day from 3-point range by the Jaguars.

    Ashwaubenon went 11-for-26 from beyond the arc, including 8-for-14 in the second half.

    Milan Momcilovic had 18 points for Pewaukee, while Marcus Tomashek had 16 to lead Ashwaubenon.

    Pewaukee improves its record to 26-3 overall, while Ashwaubenon finishes the season 24-5.

    The Pirates will play La Crosse Central in Saturday's championship game.

    La Crosse Central 52, Westosha Central 51

    Devon Fielding's 3-pointer from the corner with 24 seconds remaining gave La Crosse Central a 52-51 lead and it held on for the semifinal victory.

    Westosha Central's Jack Rose missed a contested layup with 6 seconds remaining and La Crosse Central rebounded.

    After a missed free throw, Rose got another attempt in the final seconds but his half-court 3-point heave was blocked by Fielding as time expired.

    Fielding finished with a game-high 20 points. Noah Compan added 17 points for La Crosse Central, which improves its record to 28-1.

    Westosha Central, which finishes the season 25-3, was led by Rose and Kenny Garth with 18 points apiece.

    Division 5

    Division 5 Randolph 61, Gibraltar 28

    The season came to an end for No. 4 seed Gibraltar against No. 1 seed Randolph in the semifinal matchup.

    Gibraltar, which was making the first appearance at state in program history, finishes the season with a 19-11 record.

    Sam Grieger of Randolph broke Sam Dekker’s Division 5 single-game tournament scoring record, finishing with 41 points before being taken out of the game with just under five minutes remaining.

    The former Sheboygan Lutheran and Wisconsin alum set the record in 2012.

    It was a tight game early, with the Vikings down just 13-10 with just over 10 minutes left in the half.

    A layup by Will Friedenfels would be the last points of the half for Gibraltar, with Randolph going on a 21-0 run to close out the half.

    The Vikings were outrebounded before halftime 19-7.

    Grieger had a monster opening half for the Rockets, scoring 23 points including a pair of 3-pointers.

    Gibraltar shot 25% from the field while Randolph was covering 57.7% of its shots in the first half.

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