Girls basketball teams from Algoma, Kewaunee and Green Bay Notre Dame brought home three of the five state championship titles at the WIAA tournament.
Since their big wins, it's been a whirlwind of emotion for the coaches and players and their communities.
Teams who can now wear medals and hold a division trophy after playing at the Resch center on Saturday say it's surreal experience being state champions.
"It really hasn't sunk in yet, I feel like we still have practice tomorrow. But, it's been like the best experience and it's just, I'm so happy I could do it with these girls," Brianna Byrne, a Green Bay Notre Dame girls basketball player said.
"Waking up this morning just thinking about was just like 'oh my gosh,' We're the state champs. It's amazing," Sara Rohde, Green Bay Notre Dame Varsity Girls Basketball coach said.
The coach says the last time the girls were state champions in Division 2 was in 2001.
The Algoma girls basketball team, on the other hand, it has been more than two decades.
Players say the support has been overwhelming.
"I get hugs left and right, um, Congratulations. Like anywhere I go, today I got one already. I mean, we have such a supporting community, it's crazy," Taylor Schmidt, an Algoma girls basketball player said.
The state championship for Kewaunee Girls Basketball marks the second time in the last two years the team brought home the gold ball trophy.
Sunday afternoon, the team brought home the division 3 state trophy.
The coach also talked about the team winning by only two points at the end of the game with the community.
It's an experience many including Alex Richard won't forget.
"There's only like, I think like two seconds, three seconds left, when I have the ball there and I shot it, it rolled around the rim, it felt like twenty times, but it was only like once, and dropped in," she said.
"It's been just a great opportunity and very exciting for us to follow these girls around playing basketball, watching them grow up from little on and make it to this point," Michelle Stangel, a parent said.
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