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The 6th annual Wisconsin Sports Awards were held on the campus of the University of Wisconsin. The state's best high school, college and professional athletes were honored in a ceremony held at Camp Randall Stadium and the UW Field House. Below is a list of winners:

High School Football Player of the Year: Hunter Johnson, Darlington High School

Rick Majerus Boys High School Basketball Player of the Year: Kobe King, LaCrosse Central High School

Goodwill Power of Work Girls High School Basketball Player of the Year: Estella Moschkau, Edgewood High School

High School Athlete of the Year, presented by Associated Bank: Danny Vanden Boom, Kimberly High School Football

Small College Athlete of the Year: Ian LaMere, University of Wisconsin Platteville Men’s Cross Country

Marc Marotta College Athlete of the Year: Lauren Carlini, University of Wisconsin Women’s Volleyball

Potosi Brewery Professional Athlete of the Year: Giannis Antetokounmpo, Milwaukee Bucks

Homegrown Athlete of the Year, presented by Cousins Subs 2: James White, New England Patriots

Breakthrough Athlete of the Year, presented by Wheels Up: TJ Watt, University of Wisconsin

Football Moment of the Year, presented by The Edgewater Hotel: January 24, 2017 & March 18, 2017 – The State of Wisconsin owns No.1 Villanova: first Marquette beats the top-ranked Wildcats, then the Badgers end their NCAA tournament run

Gruber Law Offices Coach of the Year: Paul Chryst, University of Wisconsin Football

ATI Athlete of the Year: Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers

American Family Insurance Dream Team of the Year: Green Bay Packers

Fiduciary Management Gamechanger Award: Barry Alvarez

Community Involved Athlete of the Year: Nigel Hayes

Inspirational Athlete of the Year, presented by Husch Blackwell: Jabari Parker 

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