Posted On: 02/18/19 1:20 PM

11 teams who did not receive a 1 or a 2-seed in the 2019 WIAA boy's basketball state playoffs, but you don't want to see in March...

 

Barneveld

A 3-seed in Division 5 Sectional 4, Barneveld is good enough to be a 1-seed. The Eagles were without their best player, Malcolm Reed (15.2 ppg), early in the season and started the year 0-4. Since then, they've gone 12-3 and are in the driver's seat to win the Six Rivers East Conference. In Reed's absence, Dayne Evans (14.7 ppg) has emerged and given Barneveld another scoring weapon. Getting past undefeated Randolph will be tough, but it wouldn't be a shock to see the Eagles advance to the Kohl Center.

Brookfield East

A 3-seed in Division 1 Sectional 2, Brookfield East reached the state championship game last season. While they may not have that type of potential in 2018-19, this is still a well-coached squad that doesn't beat themselves and will put you in a fistfight for 36 minutes. Senior forward Riley LeTourneau is having one of the most surprising seasons in the state, averaging 23.1 ppg. The Spartans have quality wins over the likes of Brookfield Central, Martin Luther, and

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