The three-day run for the WIAA Girls State Volleyball Championships will wrap up with four championship matches at the Resch Center in Green Bay today.
In Division 1, Muskego and Divine Savior Holy Angels will meet for the championship at 4:30pm.
Muskego (29-12) fought back after losing the first two sets to advance to the championship game. The Warriors are the first team to win a match at State after trailing 2-0 since 2009. They’ll return to the division 1 final for the first time since 2010.
Divine Savior (44-4) swept Germantown to return to the title game for the second time in three seasons.
In Division 2, Catholic Memorial and Tomahawk won their semifinal matches to advance to the title match today. The Crusaders (39-11) advance to the final after a two-year absence, defeating Platteville in three sets. Catholic Memorial is in pursuit of its fifth State title.
Tomahawk (34-3) advances to the championship match for the first time in its five trips to the State Tournament, earning a 4-set victory over Waupun.
In Division 3, Marathon and Waterloo will square off in the championship at 11:30 am this morning.
Marathon (31-4) downed Cameron in four sets to the championship for the first time in school history.
Waterloo (36-4) swept Howards Grove in three sets to advance.
In Division 4, Defending champion Newman Catholic earned the opportunity to defend its title against Southwestern.
The Fighting Cardinals (38-3) needed to rally from a 2-1 deficit to defeat Clayton, the team they beat for the Championship last season.
Southwestern earned its berth in the State final by outlasting Hilbert in the semifinals.