March was a standout month for Waukesha County basketball teams, with notable achievements in both high school and college basketball.

By the Numbers
  • Pewaukee's girls basketball team won its first state championship in school history with a 29-1 season record.
  • Arrowhead's girls basketball team took home the Division 1 championship, marking the first time two county girls teams won state championships concurrently in sanctioned girls basketball history.
State of Play
  • Pewaukee's boys basketball team finished second in the state tournament, falling short of a historic fourth consecutive state title.
  • Arrowhead's boys basketball team faced tough competition, losing in the Division 1 title game after an impressive four-overtime victory against Neenah.
  • Kettle Moraine's boys basketball team made history by playing at state for the second consecutive year, a first for the school.
What's Next

With top-performing teams returning key players, the upcoming season holds potential for Pewaukee to secure another state berth while Arrowhead and Kettle Moraine aim to build on their recent successes.

Bottom Line

The month of March showcased exceptional basketball talent in Waukesha County, setting the stage for exciting future competitions and raising the bar for local basketball achievements.