MADISON (WKOW) -- The Stoughton boys basketball team's run came to an end in the WIAA state semifinals, as the Vikings fell to Wisconsin Lutheran 54-38.
Stoughton dug a hole for itself early, going into the locker room down 27-17 at halftime.
Wisconsin Lutheran sophomore forward Anthony Carver finished with 12 points and six rebounds for Lutheran, which improved to 22-5 and will face Pulaski in the championship game at 6:45 p.m. Saturday. It will be Lutheran's first trip to the final since it won the 2009 Division 2 title.
Stoughton made its first state tournament appearance in 74 years.
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