What: The 42nd annual WIAA state girls basketball tournament.
When: Thursday through Saturday.
Where: Resch Center, 1901 S. Oneida St., Ashwaubenon.
Tickets: $10 per session at the Resch Center. Season passes available at www.ticketstaronline.com.
Parking: Available for a fee at nearby Lambeau Field.
On the air/streaming: Each game will be broadcast by a statewide network including Channel 27 in Madison, and will be live-streamed online at www.wkow.com and on mobile devices through the Magic of March app. The 3-Point Challenge and postgame media conferences will be shown live on the WIAA.tv portal of the NFHS Network. A subscription will be required to watch the 3-Point contest live. For details
Online: For schedules, box scores, details and tournament history, visit www.wiaawi.org/Sports/GirlsBasketball.aspx or follow @wiaawistate on Twitter with the hashtag #wiaagb.
2016 finals: Division 1, Verona 52, Mukwonago 46; Division 2, New Berlin Eisenhower 46, Stoughton 42; Division 3, Hayward 43, Milwaukee Languages 31; Division 4, Mineral Point 68, Kenosha St. Joseph 52; Division 5, Wisconsin Rapids Assumption 62, Barneveld 45.
Tournament history: The tournament moved to the Resch Center in 2013 after 38 years in Madison. The event started with three enrollment-based divisions, growing to four in 1991 and five in 2011. Cuba City has won a state-best 11 championships, followed by Barneveld with six and Milwaukee Washington with five. Cuba City has qualified for state 16 times, Janesville Parker 12 and Barneveld, Durand and Fall Creek 11 times each.
3-Point Challenge: The annual 3-Point Challenge will take place at 9:30 a.m. Saturday. Madison East junior Justice Filip is one of the Division 1 participants, joined by Germantown freshman Natalie McNeal. Other participants: Division 2, juniors Brooklyn Paulson of Holmen and Brehna Evans of West De Pere; Division 3, senior Toni Martell of Somerset and sophomore Savannah Walsdorf of Kiel; Division 4, sophomore Arianna Mason of Stanley-Boyd and senior Caitlyn Tipton of Laconia; Division 5, seniors McKenzie Couey of Riverdale and Hattie Rennert of Shullsburg.