The boys basketball team finished off its final game before the playoffs with a season-high 77 points in a 77-62 win over Milwaukee Lutheran. Brunard Williams scored 21 points, Quincy Minor scored 20, and Jachon Bivens-Crowder added 18 for the Vikings.
Wisco led from wire to wire and took a 33-27 advantage into halftime. The Vikings shot 57% in the second half to pull away from the Red Knights. The blue-and-white connected on ten three-pointers on the evening and forced Milwaukee Lutheran into 20 turnovers.
Williams had 7 rebounds and 5 assists to go with his 21 points; Minor also added 5 assists and Bivens-Crowder pulled down a team-high 9 boards. Fellow senior Ethan Rindfleisch grabbed 7 rebounds and junior Jack Olson contributed 8 points.
The Vikings have a bye in the first round of the playoffs and await either Wauwatosa East or Milwaukee School of the Arts in the Regional Semifinals at WLHS on Friday, March 2.