Following three weeks and three rounds of locally-focused competition, a tournament that started with a field of 64 worthy Wisconsin locales has now been reduced to just eight remaining Badger State destinations. Round 3 included another dominant win by Rhinelander, Wisconsin Dells narrowly edging out La Crosse, some surprising wins by the lower-seeded likes of Eagle River and Menasha, and top seed Milwaukee just barely stopping the Cinderella story of Cudahy by exactly 32 votes. There was also a heated contest between West Allis and Beloit—ultimately won by ‘Stallis—that accounted for more than 35,000 votes alone! Over the course of the tournament’s first three rounds, approximately 140,000 total votes were cast. Now it’s time to trim the eight remaining Wisconsin cities down to a mere four.
Competitors will take on someone from their own geographic region for the last time in this tournament. Those regions include Northwest, Southwest, Northeast, and Southeast. Round 4 started March 22 and lasts through March 26. The round after this one will take place March 27-29, and the Finals will run from March 30 through 11:59 p.m. on March 31. Vote early and vote as many times as you’d like. Round 4 of Milwaukee Record‘s Wisconsin Cities Bracket sponsored by Lakefront Brewery (and a JPG of the bracket itself to this point) can be found below!
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• Vote in Round 1 of our Wisconsin Cities Bracket
• Make your picks in Round 2 of our Wisconsin Cities Bracket