Posted On: 02/13/21 11:48 AM

The WIAA state playoffs will tip-off next week. Prep Hoops Wisconsin breaks down the race in Division 1 Sectional 4...



Wauwatosa East (17-3)

Brian ParzychBrianParzych5'10" | CGWauwatosa East | 2021StateWI

One of the most improved teams in the state, Tosa East won the loaded Greater Metro Conference by the three games. Featuring a balanced lineup loaded with college talent, the Red Raiders  have the roster and experience to take the gold ball behind Northern Michigan commit Brian ParzychBrianParzych5'10" | CGWauwatosa East | 2021StateWI, Alex SingletonAlexSingleton6'4" | PFWauwatosa East | 2021StateWI, Jay HinsonJayHinson6'3" | CGWauwatosa East | 2021StateWI Jr., and Leon BondLeonBond6'5" | PFWauwatosa East | 2022StateWI.



Brookfield East (19-4)

The Spartans have  managed to continue rolling despite the loss of their freshman star Tayshawn BridgesTayshawnBridges6'2" | CGBrookfield East | 2024WI. Washington (St. Louis) commit Hayden DoyleHaydenDoyle5'11" | CGBrookfield East | 2021StateWI looks to end his outstanding career with a bang. If breakout junior Dan GherezgherDanGherezgher6'1" | SGBrookfield East | 2022StateWI and sophomore guard Matt Schmainda consistently perform, there’s no reason why East can’t win it all with the way this group can defend.

Brookfield Central (17-5)

The preseason No. 1 team in Division 1 hasn’t lived up to expectations, but if there’s anything we know about

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