The 2019-20 Northeast Iowa Conference all-conference selections for boys high school basketball have been posted, and four Go-Hawks received honors.
Bigler was the head coach of the 1984 Denver boys team that won state.
The senior scored 19 points per game in his final year with the Warriors.
Spring sports practices were slated to begin Monday, but they are now prohibited for four weeks.
The win was 596th win of McKowen's 37-year career. It's his first state title.
On Friday, participating schools will be allowed just 100 entrants each.
Sophomore Gunner Meyer again led the Warriors in scoring with 17 points.
Denver's Grace Hennessy and Wapsie Valley's Kaci Beesecker made the second team.
W-SR junior Abbie Draper scored 17.8 points per game last season.
Gunner Meyer led the Warriors with 19 points.
Cascade's perfect record extends to 26-0.
The Go-Hawks led by 8 at halftime but lost in the overtime period.
The Warriors will play Lake Mills in the state quarterfinals at 11:15 a.m. Monday in Des Moines.
Janesville' Wiley Sherburne and Tripoli's Connor Piehl were named to the first team.
Phyfe is averaging 11 points and 8 rebounds per game this season.
In the Class 4A state quarterfinals, W-SR will play CPU, which beat the Go-Hawks back on Dec. 5.
The Wildcats end the season with a 19-5 record.
Reese Johnson led the Cyclones with 16 points, and Jaden McMahon scored 13.
Abbie Draper and Britney Young both scored 16 points to lead the Go-Hawks.
Camryn Grawe and Kenzie Roling made the second team, while Annika Behrends was an honorable mention.