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WBCA ALL-STARS ‘Best of the Best’

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The state’s best high school basketball players will come together in June for the 37th annual Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) All-Star Games at the JustAgame Fieldhouse in the Wisconsin Dells.

The girls will play throughout the day on Friday, June 19, while the boys will take the hardwood all day on Saturday, June 20. The games in this exciting venue promise dynamic contests featuring the “best of the best” in Wisconsin.  Tickets can be purchased on game day.  The Great Wolf Lodge is offering special room rates for this exciting basketball weekend. Visit www.wisbca.org for all of the information for tickets and accommodations.

In addition to great action on the court the games also provide a gift of hope to children with cancer and related blood disorders. The WBCA’s support of the MACC Fund dates back 37 years.  The Milwaukee Bucks are the only other organization to support the MACC Fund longer than the dedicated coaches.

The players and coaches solicit support and sponsorship for the MACC Fund from local sponsors and businesses, as well as family and friends.  These efforts, combined with the income generated from the games, have yielded over $2 million for the MACC Fund since 1978. Last year’s games raised $125,000.

The MACC Fund thanks the WBCA and all of the players, coaches, sponsors and fans for their continued commitment to children with cancer.  Special thanks goes to President Jim Myers, Executive Director Jerry Petitgoue, Assistant to the Director Ken Barrett, Boys Co-Chairmen Tony Scallon and Mike Huser, and Girls Chair Loren Homb and Sam Mathiason, as well as the entire WBCA Executive Board and membership.

The Association’s Hall of Fame at the JustAGame Fieldhouse is great to see when you visit the Dells.

Contact Information

John Cary
Executive Director
MACC Fund (Midwest Athletes Against Childhood Cancer, Inc.)
10000 W. Innovation Dr., Suite 135

Milwaukee, WI 53226

Phone: 414-955-5830
Fax: 414-955-6170

 

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