Wisconsin high school basketball will start having a 35 second shot clock for varsity games in the fall of 2019. The W-I-A-A’s Board of Control voted 6-4 in Stevens Point on Thursday to make a change that supporters say would improve the flow of the game. It’s the second major change for high school basketball in recent years, after the W-I-A-A went to 18 minute halves instead of eight minute quarters in 2015. Also Thursday, the Board of Control voted to reseed teams at the state tournaments for basketball and wrestling starting next season. And there will be a two year experiment starting in 2019 that would create two divisions for the boys’ hockey tournament.