The WBCA Jerry Petitgoue Girls' Invite was held on Thursday at JustAgame Fieldhouse in Wisconsin Dells.
There were 30 teams that participated in the event, with the teams split into four divisions.
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Oak Creek defeated Slinger, 42-31, in the championship game. Oak Creek juniors Sara Kasar and Jenna Widenski, and senior Nicole Hernandez stood out for Knights. The Owls got strong play from seniors Anna Breuer and Hannah Brooks, along with junior Kate Hosking at the event.
Rhinelander topped DeForest, 47-40, in the third-place game. Senior Kenedy Van Zile had a strong day for the Hodags.
Black Hawk, the defending Division 5 state champion, cruised to a 54-32 win over Prairie du Chien in the Division 2 title game. Seniors Natalie Leuzinger and Hannah Butler, and junior Bailey Butler, who recently committed to the Green Bay Phoenix, led the Warriors. In other news for Black Hawk, they added Riverdale transfer Makayla Mau (6-2), which adds to an already loaded squad. Prairie du Chien was led by sophomore Lily Krahn and junior Macey Banasik.
New Richmond edged Lake Mills, 44-43, in the third-place game. Senior Jessica Hagman led New Richmond and junior Julianna Wagner highlighted Lake Mills' squad.
Colby, a Division 4 state qualifier last season, beat Clear Lake, 45-34, in the Division 3 title game. Senior Hailey Voelker highlighted Colby's squad on Thursday. The Hornets also got solid play from junior Lexi Underwood. Clear Lake was led by seniors Julianna Rosen and Madison Zimmer.
Prescott defeated Lancaster, 59-49, in the third-place game. Junior Isabella Lenz highlighted Prescott's team on Thursday.
Loyal won the Division 4 title, defeating Westfield, 33-20. Senior Remi Geiger led the way for the Greyhounds.