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Hudl's Basketball Champions

Alt textAnother year of state basketball tournaments has come and gone, but we couldn’t let it pass right by without some love for Hudl state champs. Hawaii kicked off tournament season in February and a steady stream of finals followed, wrapping up in California and Indiana just last weekend.

Throughout the season, coaches and players put in hours of hard work on the court, in practice, traveling and scouting to become state champions. Being No. 1 is an amazing feeling that deserves a few congratulations.

With 401 Hudl teams competing in 444 state championship games, keeping tabs on the winners wasn’t easy – but we’re pretty positive we found every last one. We don’t mean to brag, but it’s worth pointing out that of those 444 state champs, nearly 50% (204 to be exact) used Hudl, and we couldn’t be prouder.

So here’s a breakdown of boys’ and girls’ winners by state. It’s a long list, but definitely one worth finishing:

Alabama
Boys: Parker, Mountain Brook
Girls: Woodland, Oneonta, Wenonah, Shades Valley

Arizona – 6 of 8 championship teams
Boys: Corona del Sol, Shadow Mountain, Valley Christian, Arizona Lutheran Academy
Girls: Seton Catholic, Fountain Hills

Arkansas
Boys: Forrest City, North Little Rock

California
Boys: Monte Vista, St. John Bosco, Chaminade, Mater Dei
Girls: Chaminade

Colorado
Boys: Sanford, Holy Family, Pueblo East
Girls: Holy Family, Mesa Ridge, Regis Jesuit

Connecticut
Girls: Capital Prep

Delaware
Boys: Salesianum

Florida
Boys: Orlando Christian Prep, Lake Highland Prep

Georgia
Boys: Morgan County, Jonesboro, Warner Robins, Tift County, St. Francis
Girls: Kendrick, St. Pius X Catholic

Hawaii
Boys: ‘Iolani, Hawaii Prep
Girls: Honoka’a

Idaho
Boys: Prairie, Buhl, Twin Falls, Capital
Girls: Prairie, Filer, Skyview

Illinois
Boys: Bloomington

Indiana
Boys: Greensburg, Indianapolic Arsenal Technical
Girls: Heritage Christian, Western, Bedford North Lawrence

Iowa
Boys: West Lyon, Western Christian, Wahlert, Iowa City
Girls: Western Christian, MOC-Floyd Valley, Harlan

Kansas
Boys: Scott City, Ottawa, Shawnee Mission South, Blue Valley Northwest
Girls: Hoxie, Smith Center, Burlington, Wamego

Kentucky

Louisiana
Boys: Metairie Park Country Day, University Lab, Natchitoches Central
Girls: Central Catholic, North Caddo, University Lab

Maryland
Boys: Potomac, Dr. Henry A. Wise
Girls: Southern, Patterson Mill, Milford Mill, Eleanor Roosevelt

Michigan
Girls: Eaton Rapids

Minnesota
Boys: De LaSalle, Lakeville North
Girls: De LaSalle, Hopkins

Missouri
Boys: Republic, Christian Brothers College
Girls: Walnut Grove, El Dorado Springs, Rock Bridge

Montana Boys: Columbia Falls, Helena Capital
Girls: Missoula Sentinel

Nebraska – 12 of 12 championship teams
Boys: Bellevue West, Skutt Catholic, Bishop Neumann, Archbishop Bergan, Randolph, Bancroft-Rosalie
Girls: Benson, Grand Island Northwest, Pierce, Crofton, Friend, Wynot

Nevada
Boys: Reno, Bishop Gorman Girls: Liberty

New Jersey
Boys: St. Joseph, Newark Tech, Eastside
Girls: Shabazz, Manasquan, Eastside

New Mexico
Boys: Hagerman
Girls: Portales, Santa Fe

New York
Boys: Scotia-Glenville
Girls: Sutherland, Ossining

North Carolina
Boys: East Carteret, Kinston, Freedom
Girls: Myers Park

North Dakota
Boys: Fargo Davies
Girls: Century

Ohio – 7 of 8 championship teams
Boys: Lakewood St. Edward, Norwalk, Lima Central Catholic, Convoy Crestview
Girls: Princeton, West Holmes, Eastern

Oklahoma
Boys: Douglass, Memorial, Union, Forgan
Girls: Alva, Pond Creek-Hunter

Oregon
Boys: Columbia Christian, Irrigon, Valley Catholic
Girls: Vale, Willamette

Pennsylvania
Boys: Constitution
Girls: Vincentian Academy, Seton LaSalle, Blackhawk, Cumberland Valley

Rhode Island
Girls: Rogers

South Carolina
Boys: Newberry, Flora
Girls: Dreher

South Dakota
Boys: Madison, Riggs
Girls: More, Washington

Tennessee
Boys: Battle Ground Academy, Ensworth, Blackman
Girls: Union City, Webb School of Knoxville, Brentwood Academy, Blackman

Texas – 12 of 12 championship teams
Boys: Muenster, Water Valley, Ponder, Dallas Madison, Dallas Kimball, Galena Park North Shore
Girls: Plains, Nazareth, Wall, Waco La Vega, Canyon, Manvel

Utah
Boys: Morgan
Girls: Desert Hills, Springville, Fremont

Vermont
Boys: Gonzaga Prep

Virginia
Boys: Altavista, I.C. Norcom, Potomac, Colonial Forge
Girls: Chilhowie, Central-Wise, Spotswood

Washington
Boys: Pullman, Garfield
Girls: Lynden Christian, Gonzaga Prep

West Virginia
Boys: Wheeling Central, Huntington
Girls: Westside, Morgantown

Wisconsin
Boys: Germantown, Wisconsin Lutheran, Brown Deer, Thorp
Girls: Notre Dame Academy, Kewaunee, Algoma

Wyoming
Boys: Campbell County
Girls: Natrona County

Seeing everything laid out above makes us wonder how each team battled through the season to reach that title game. If you feel like sharing your experience, let us know!

And if you need anything between now and next season’s tipoff, we’ll be right here.

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