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WIAA Boys State Basketball Tournament: Championship Saturday Results

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MADISON, Wis. (WKOW) -- The 2017 WIAA Boys State Basketball Tournament wrapped up Saturday night from the Kohl Center, following all five divisional championship games. 

DIVISION 1:

Stevens Point topped Arrowhead, 85-56.

DIVISION 2:

La Crosse Central beat Cedarburg, 55-53.

DIVISION 3:

Xavier defeated Prescott, 73-47.

DIVISION 4:

Destiny topped Darlington, 76-55. 

DIVISION 5:

Barneveld topped Shullsburg, 58-28.

For more information, go to wiaawi.org

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