Marshfield Columbus Catholic made history by setting records for 3-pointers in the Division 5 state tournament, securing their first WIAA boys basketball title with an 81-75 victory over Abundant Life Christian.

The Big Picture

The remarkable shooting performance of Columbus Catholic, including setting a tournament record with 27 three-pointers over two games, led to their historic victory.

By the Numbers
  • Columbus Catholic hit a record 14 three-pointers in the state final.
  • They also made 21 of 22 free throws in the title game.
  • The teams combined for 17 three-pointers in the first half.
  • Emmitt Konieczny scored 31 points for Columbus Catholic.
  • Abundant Life's twin brothers Jonah Koon and Jacob Koon contributed 20 and 17 points, respectively.
State of Play
  • Columbus Catholic won their first WIAA boys basketball title.
  • The game featured a high level of three-point shooting from both teams.
  • Abundant Life built an early lead but couldn't maintain it against Columbus Catholic.
  • Abundant Life shot 53% from the field and 55% from beyond the arc.
Bottom Line

Columbus Catholic's exceptional shooting, setting records for three-pointers and free throws, led them to a historic victory, showcasing their prowess and determination in securing the title.