Download the Magic of March app for WIAA basketball and hockey

  • Get in-depth coverage of high school playoff action from across the state.

The new Magic of March App is your source for live streaming video, scores, highlights and more about the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association state high school hockey and basketball tournaments.

As you explore the App, you’ll find all kinds of great stories and videos. You’ll also be able to watch our live coverage of the tournaments on your iOS or Android phones and tablets.

The new Magic of March App is a free service from WKOW Television in Madison, WAOW Television in Wausau, WXOW Television in La Crosse and WQOW Television in Eau Claire.

We’ve organized the app to make things easy to find. Our tournament coverage is featured at the top, followed by regional sections for each of our four television stations and connections to our Facebook page as well as the official WIAA twitter account.

Click here to download the app on your smartphone or tablet!

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