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WIAA Girls Basketball State Tournament Results: Day 3

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GREEN BAY, Wis. (WKOW) -- The 2017 WIAA Girls Basketball State Tournament is complete. Here are the results from each division's State Championship game.

Division 1:

Appleton North defeats De Pere, 49-34.

Division 2:

Beaver Dam tops Cudahy, 52-33. 

Division 3:

Edgewood of the Sacred Heart beats Martin Luther, 51-30.

Division 4:

Howards Grove takes first place over Aquinas, 44-43.

Division 5:

Loyal defeats Milwaukee Academy of Science, 74-61.

All five divisions crowned first-time State Champions.

For more information, go to wiaawi.org

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