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Madison Area Week Three High School Basketball Recap

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Wisconsin High School basketball is the talk of the town as the calendar inches closer toward the new year. With fall state championships out of the way, basketball is taking center stage. And for teams across the state, they’re all looking to hit their stride and set themselves up for a strong post-holiday campaign. Heading into the holidays, here’s who MaxPreps has as the top boys and girls teams in the Madison area following week three. 

Boys Basketball

1.     Mineral Point 8-0

2.     Waunakee 5-1

3.     Potosi 6-0

4.     Beloit Memorial (Beloit) 7-0

5.     Darlington 5-1

6.     Mount Horeb 4-1

7.     Rock County Christian (Beloit) 9-1

8.     Stoughton 6-2

9.     Middleton 5-1

10.  Madison East (Madison) 5-2

11.  North Crawford (Soldiers Grove) 8-0

12.  Edgerton 5-1

13.  Pardeeville 6-2

14.  Janesville Craig (Janesville) 5-3

15.  Royall (Elroy) 7-1

16.  Monona Grove (Monona) 4-2

17.  Baraboo 6-1

18.  Platteville 4-2

19.  Randolph 6-2

20.  Wisconsin Dells 4-3

21.  Deerfield 6-2

22.  Marshall 4-3

23.  Brodhead 5-2

24.  River Ridge (Patch Grove) 4-3

25.  Shullsburg 3-2

Girls Basketball

1.     Oregon 11-0

2.     Verona 10-0

3.     Cuba City 6-3

4.     Waunakee 6-5

5.     McFarland 7-2

6.     Westfield Area (Westfield) 7-1

7.     Edgerton 8-0

8.     New Glarus 7-2

9.     Pecatonica/Argyle (Blanchardville) 6-1

10.  Monona Grove (Monona) 6-3

11.  Argyle 4-1

12.  DeForest 7-3

13.  Edgewood (Madison) 7-2

14.  Randolph 9-1

15.  Mineral Point 6-1

16.  Belleville 7-5

17.  Poynette 7-2

18.  Cambridge 6-3

19.  Reedsburg 7-2

20.  Deerfield 9-1

21.  Belmont 6-5

22.  Dodgeville 6-1

23.  Wautoma 7-1

24.  Darlington 7-2

25.  Platteville 5-4

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