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Photos From The 2016 Girls Wisconsin State Basketball Championships • Wisconsin Sports Photographer

I only shoot high school basketball once a year so when I do it I like to overdose on it. Here are my favorite photos for the 2016 Wisconsin Girls State Basketball Championships at the Resch Center in Green Bay, Wisconsin.  I shot 15 games in three days.  I always enjoy shooting this tournament because of the display of raw emotion.  At the end of a hard fought NFL football game the players shake hands and its seems like most of them don’t even care if they won or lost.  It’s just another day at the office for them.  When these girls walk off that court they are wearing their emotions on their sleeves.   

Here are some of my favorite photos from the tournament.

Thanks for looking!

Mike

Verona celebrates after defeating Mukwonago 52-46 in the Division 1 finals.

Verona celebrates after defeating Mukwonago 52-46 in the Division 1 finals.

Assumption

Assumption’s Autumn Linzmeier (20), Gena Grundhofer (32) and Macyn Krings (10) celebrate their 62-45 win over Barneveld in the Division 5 finals.

Hayward

Hayward’s Trinity Myer goes past Edgewood’s Caitlin Link during the second half of their Division 3 semifinals.

Mineral Point

Mineral Point’s Sydney Staver lifts up a hugs Clara Chamber after defeating Kenosha St. Joseph’s 68-52 in the Division 4 finals.

Notre Dame Academy

Notre Dame Academy’s Olivia Campbell, left, and New Berlin Eisenhower’s Abby Thyne battle for the ball in the second half of their Division 2 semifinal.

Verona celebrates their 69-41 win over Appleton North in their Division 1 semifinals.

Verona celebrates their 69-41 win over Appleton North in their Division 1 semifinals.

Onalaska

Onalaska’s Mariah Wick celebrates a three point shot in their Division 2 semifinals.

Mukwonago

Mukwonago’s Grace Beyer, left, and Bre Cera celebrate their 49-45 win over Oak Creek’s in their Division 1 semifinals.

Verona celebrates after defeating Mukwonago 52-46 in the Division 1 finals.

Verona celebrates after defeating Mukwonago 52-46 in the Division 1 finals.

Hayward celebrates their 50-49 win over Edgewood during their Division 3 semifinals.

Hayward celebrates their 50-49 win over Edgewood during their Division 3 semifinals.

Barneveld

Barneveld’s Hannah Whitsh, left, hugs her sister Mia after then defeated Clayton 57-46 in their Division 5 semifinals.

Clayton

Clayton’s Kailey Ketz, center, losses control of the ball as Barneveld’s Kelsey Fargo, left, and Teegan Pickarts, right, defend during the second half of their Division 5 semifinals.

The Xavier bench watches the final minutes of their 48-34 lose to Milwaukee School of Languages in the Division 3 semifinals.

The Xavier bench watches the final minutes of their 48-34 lose to Milwaukee School of Languages in the Division 3 semifinals.

Milwaukee School of Languages defends Xavier

Milwaukee School of Languages defends Xavier’s Rachel Siciliano as she goes to the ground during the second half of their Division 3 semifinals.

Onalaska

Onalaska’s Stoughton’s in the first half of their Division 2 semifinals in the WIAA girls’ state basketball championships.

Regis

Regis’s Hannah Gibbons, left, and Kayla Neff wipe away tears during the final minutes of their 77-56 lose to Mineral Point’s in their Division 4 semifinals.

Onalaska

Onalaska’s had coach Matt Kelliher watches a shot fall shot in their 59-56 lose to Stoughton in their Division 2 semifinals.

Notre Dame Academy

Notre Dame Academy’s Olivia Campbell, left, and New Berlin Eisenhower’s Chelsea Brackamann battle for the ball in the first half of their Division 2 semifinals.

The Marathon bench watches a shot fall short in the final minutes of their 61-59 lose to Kenosha St. Joseph in their Division 4 semifinals.

The Marathon bench watches a shot fall short in the final minutes of their 61-59 lose to Kenosha St. Joseph in their Division 4 semifinals.

Notre Dame Academy watches the final seconds of their 55-45 lose to New Berlin Eisenhower in their Division 2 semifinals in the WIAA girls

Notre Dame Academy watches the final seconds of their 55-45 lose to New Berlin Eisenhower in their Division 2 semifinals in the WIAA girls’ state basketball championships.

Fall River

Fall River’s coach James Doolittle hugs Haley Gregorio during the final minutes of their 63-50 to Assumption in their Division 5 semifinals.