Images: Fremd vs. Lincoln-Way West Class 4A girls basketball championship

 
 
Updated 3/7/2020 10:42 PM

Fremd faced Lincoln-Way West in the Class 4A state girls basketball championship on Saturday, March 7 at Redbird Arena in Normal.

Fremd's Olivia Hill brings the ball downcourt in the first quarter during the 4A girls state basketball championship game in Normal on Saturday.
  Fremd's Olivia Hill brings the ball downcourt in the first quarter during the 4A girls state basketball championship game in Normal on Saturday.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Fremd's Olivia Hill has a foul called on her much to her surprise in the 4A girls state basketball championship game in Normal on Saturday.
  Fremd's Olivia Hill has a foul called on her much to her surprise in the 4A girls state basketball championship game in Normal on Saturday.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Fremd's Katie Hansen is called for traveling as she tries to score during the 4A girls state basketball championship game in Normal on Saturday.
  Fremd's Katie Hansen is called for traveling as she tries to score during the 4A girls state basketball championship game in Normal on Saturday.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Fremd's Emily Klaczek is overcome with emotion as she and her teammates take the title beating Lincoln-Way West 58-47 in the 4A girls state basketball championship game in Normal on Saturday.
  Fremd's Emily Klaczek is overcome with emotion as she and her teammates take the title beating Lincoln-Way West 58-47 in the 4A girls state basketball championship game in Normal on Saturday.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Fremd's Emily Klaczek plants a kiss on the first place trophy after the Vikings beat Lincoln-Way West 58-47 in the Class 4A girls state basketball championship game in Normal on Saturday.
  Fremd's Emily Klaczek plants a kiss on the first place trophy after the Vikings beat Lincoln-Way West 58-47 in the Class 4A girls state basketball championship game in Normal on Saturday.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Fremd's Emily Klaczek and her teammates hold their first place trophy after beating Lincoln-Way West 58-47 in the Class 4A girls state basketball championship game in Normal on Saturday.
  Fremd's Emily Klaczek and her teammates hold their first place trophy after beating Lincoln-Way West 58-47 in the Class 4A girls state basketball championship game in Normal on Saturday.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Fremd's Emily Klaczek is overcome with emotion as she and her teammates take the title beating Lincoln-Way West 58-47 in the 4A girls state basketball championship game in Normal on Saturday.
  Fremd's Emily Klaczek is overcome with emotion as she and her teammates take the title beating Lincoln-Way West 58-47 in the 4A girls state basketball championship game in Normal on Saturday.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Fremd's Olivia Hill poses with the basketball netting giving a thumbs-up as she and her teammates take the title beating Lincoln-Way West 58-47 in the 4A girls state basketball championship game in Normal on Saturday.
  Fremd's Olivia Hill poses with the basketball netting giving a thumbs-up as she and her teammates take the title beating Lincoln-Way West 58-47 in the 4A girls state basketball championship game in Normal on Saturday.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Fremd's Emily Klaczek puts up two of her twenty points she scored in the game against Lincoln-Way West in the 4A girls state basketball championship game in Normal on Saturday.
  Fremd's Emily Klaczek puts up two of her twenty points she scored in the game against Lincoln-Way West in the 4A girls state basketball championship game in Normal on Saturday.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Fremd's Liz Prigge fights with Lincoln-Way West's Sydney Swanberg in the 4A girls state basketball championship game in Normal on Saturday.
  Fremd's Liz Prigge fights with Lincoln-Way West's Sydney Swanberg in the 4A girls state basketball championship game in Normal on Saturday.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Fremd's Ruthie Montella fights her way through Lincoln-Way West's defense in the 4A girls state basketball championship game in Normal on Saturday.
  Fremd's Ruthie Montella fights her way through Lincoln-Way West's defense in the 4A girls state basketball championship game in Normal on Saturday.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Fremd's Liz Prigge fights for the ball with Lincoln-Way West's Molly Ryan in the 4A girls state basketball championship game in Normal on Saturday.
  Fremd's Liz Prigge fights for the ball with Lincoln-Way West's Molly Ryan in the 4A girls state basketball championship game in Normal on Saturday.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Fremd's Emily Klaczek talks strategy with coach David Yates in the 4A girls state basketball championship game in Normal on Saturday.
  Fremd's Emily Klaczek talks strategy with coach David Yates in the 4A girls state basketball championship game in Normal on Saturday.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Fremd's Katie Hansen hugs teammate Caroline Cochran after beating Lincoln-Way West 58-47 in the 4A girls state basketball championship game in Normal on Saturday.
  Fremd's Katie Hansen hugs teammate Caroline Cochran after beating Lincoln-Way West 58-47 in the 4A girls state basketball championship game in Normal on Saturday.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Fremd's Emily Klaczek and teammate Caroline Cochran celebrate beating Lincoln-Way West 58-47 in the 4A girls state basketball championship game in Normal on Saturday.
  Fremd's Emily Klaczek and teammate Caroline Cochran celebrate beating Lincoln-Way West 58-47 in the 4A girls state basketball championship game in Normal on Saturday.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Fremd's Emily Klaczek puts up two of her twenty points she scored in the game against Lincoln-Way West in the 4A girls state basketball championship game in Normal on Saturday.
  Fremd's Emily Klaczek puts up two of her twenty points she scored in the game against Lincoln-Way West in the 4A girls state basketball championship game in Normal on Saturday.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
Fremd's Emily Klaczek is congratulated by coach David Yates after beating Lincoln-Way West in the 4A girls state basketball championship game in Normal on Saturday.
  Fremd's Emily Klaczek is congratulated by coach David Yates after beating Lincoln-Way West in the 4A girls state basketball championship game in Normal on Saturday.
Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer
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