Teams have made it through the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday tournament schedule. Some seasons are nearing conference end, some are nearing their end and beginning to crown champions.

Both situations are represented in this week's 1440 WROK's Winter Team of the Week contest.

A big congratulations to last week's winner, the Hononegah Girl's Basketball team. One school this week has two entrants, while another submits a basketball team peaking at the right time of the season.

Who should win this week's $100 prize, courtesy of Rock Valley College? Vote below.

But first.

Another big shout out to Rock Valley College for sponsoring this winter long contest.

Each weekend through the winter season we will be taking nominations for the team of the week. You can nominate a team from Friday afternoon till Sunday night. Every Monday we will gather up the nominations and then put it up to a vote on the website.

The winning team will be announced during the morning show on WROK with RIley and Joe and receive a $100 Visa card for their program. At the end of the season, all weekly winners will go up against each other to be named Team of the Season and receive a $500 Visa card for their program.

Here are this week's finalists:

  • Harlem Dance Team - The Huskie Dance Team clinched the NIC-10 title after making some last minute adjustments to their winning routine.
  • Harlem Boys Bowling - The storied program wrapped up another regional title last week. This is a team geared for a state title run.
  • Hononegah Boy's Basketball - One week after the girl's program won Team of the Week, the Hononegah boy's basketball team played an impressive week of basketball including a 2 point win over Belvidere North, highlighted by this buzzer beating three pointer by Owen Hart.

So, who should take home the $100 prize for their program this week? Vote below.

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