The PGBC has a number of upcoming camps and summer competitions for varying age groups to sharpen their skills on the court.
Randolph and Waupun won state titles, Reedsburg was No. 1 all year and made it back to state and several other area girls basketball teams had great years. Here's the list of award winners.
Sun Prairie will have two high schools when Sun Prairie West opens in the 2022-23 school year. Ronda McLin leaves Madison East to coach the Wolves.
'We just play off one another," the 'fundamentally sound' Buwalda said of her supporting cast boosting her to the league's top honor, another in the list of accolades for the state-champ Rockets
Aalsma, who won gold as a player in 1993 and an assistant in 2016, wasn't interested in the girls job when it opened in 2017 but his arm was twisted. Now, he's a champion again.
Reedsburg's Mahra Wieman and McFarland's Teagan Mallegni lead area players. Badgers' commit Lily Krahn earns second-team honors, while Germantown's Kamorea Arnold repeats as the state player of the year.
Randolph's Jorey Buwalda and Beaver Dam's Gabby Wilke also honored with girls basketball postseason awards from AP; Germantown's KK Arnold is player of year, Notre Dame's Sara Rohde coach of year
Award winners and postseason honorees in the Badger East, Badger West, Capitol North, East Central, Scenic Bluffs, South Central, Trailways East and Trailways West were plentiful.
The two Dodge County teams passed test after test, getting better and better along the way en route to a combined 58-3 record and a pair of first-ever gold balls for the trophy case.
Behind the play of juniors Jorey Buwalda and Maddie DeVries, the Rockets ruled the glass and the post to roll past Wisconsin Rapids Assumption to their first-ever title.
The Waupun high school girls basketball team are honored Saturday with a welcome home parade after winning the WIAA Division 3 State Championship game.
The Warriors got out to an 18-5 lead and never lost momentum in their 63-42 victory over Freedom in the WIAA Division 3 final.
Photos of the Waupun girls basketball team taking on Freedom in the WIAA Division 3 state championship game on Saturday, March 12 at the Resch Center in Ashwaubenon.
The Rockets feasted off 20 Wisconsin Rapids Assumption turnovers to win the program's first WIAA Division 5 championship, breaking four state records in the process.
Photos of the Randolph girls basketball team taking on Wisconsin Rapids Assumption in the WIAA Division 5 state championship game on Saturday, March 12 at the Resch Center in Ashwaubenon.
Freshman Amy Terrian scores 31 points to lead the Pirates to the state championship game.
The Beavers lost 73-43 to Pewaukee during Friday's WIAA Division 2 state semifinal at the Resch Center.
The unbeaten, top-seeded Rockets rode takeaways, key players stepping up to get past Highland. Now they'll play for a first-ever state title against the reigning champs.
Randolph defeated Highland in a WIAA Division 5 state semifinal at the Resch Center in Ashwaubenon, Saturday morning.
The Pointers made the most of the Pioneers' miscues, ending Westfield's season one game shy of the championship for the second straight year.
The sophomore took over in the first half to give the Warriors a much needed lift en route to a WIAA Division 3 semifinal win over Whitefish Bay Dominican.
Photos of the Waupun and Whitefish Bay Dominican high school girls basketball teams meeting a WIAA Division 3 state semifinal game on Thursday, March 10 at the Resch Center in Ashwaubenon.
Twenty-four years after capturing a state title of his own, Randolph assistant coach Brad Moldenhauer will get the chance to see his daughters, Mya and Jaiden, hoist a gold ball with the Rockets.
Undefeated and top-ranked Reedsburg enters the WIAA Division 2 state tournament as the second seed and will meet Pewaukee on Friday afternoon at the Resch Center in Ashwaubenon.
The once-in-a-lifetime shot by sophomore Carly Drew has been the talk of the town, and for good reason as the Pioneers plan to make more noise at the WIAA Div. 4 state tournament.