MADISON - The Cheesemakers held their chins high and kept the game close, but in the end, it was Wisconsin Lutheran that was destined to win the WIAA Division 2 boys state championship. "(Wisconsin Lutheran has) a lot of weapons," head coach Pat Murphy said after his team's 79-67 loss Saturday afternoon. "That's why they're state champions." The Vikings (24-2) came into the game boasting 6-foot-4-inch Flavien Davis along with several other forwards and centers that tower over nearly everyone on Monroe's roster. Also... Mitch Tordoff breaks five records while tying two more. Monroe nets nine state records in tournament.