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Mosinee advances past Merrill 62-55Submitted: 02/27/2015
MOSINEE - The Mosinee Indians played host to the Merrill Blue Jays, and this was the game for you if you like lots of offense.

The Indians will get it started.

Autumn Michlig will put up the three across the way, but Sierra Behr-Holewinski is on janitorial duty.

What a follow from the senior.

Merrill trying to keep up.

Emily Page fakes.

She'll dish to Mariah Turenne at the key.

Pure shot, but Mosinee had home court advantage, and they used it.

They hit four straight shots.

Mosinee wins a squeaker 62-55.



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 LOCAL SPORTS
DC Everest beats Superior 80-26Submitted: 02/27/2015

WAUSAU - You could see more valley action in Wausau Friday.

Superior made the trip to DC Everest for their regional matchup, and if you're a DC Everest fan, you more than likely went home happy tonight.

Here's the pass to the wing.

Mackenzie Mathies dials the long distance number.

That one's good.

They come right back with it again.

Six foot four Taylor Hodell has it in the paint.

Here comes the pass to a cutting Hannah Tipple.

Beautifully done.

Evergreens on the attack again.

Mathies will try taking it coast to coast.

She can't get it to fall, but Hodell is right there to clean it up.

Great teamwork.

Everest led at halftime with an unbelievable 43-8 lead, and they took that lead to the end.

They win it 80-26.

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CRANDON - The state wrestling meet will start Friday, and you'll be able to see a couple of Crandon Cardinals competing for the podium there.

The Crandon community held a pep rally Thursday to send them off to Madison.

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MINOCQUA - Playoff basketball will start soon for local high school teams. The Lakeland Thunderbirds girls team is looking to make a splash.


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RHINELANDER/ANTIGO - Hockey teams from all around the area will soon be in full playoff mode.

For the Northern Edge girls' team, that mentality has already started, and it won't stop until they reach the state tournament.

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ANTIGO - You can see some winter sports already in playoff mode this time of year.
Antigo's bowling teams are among them.

They are heading back to state in early March, but this year they're expectations are higher than ever before.

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ELCHO - High school wrestlers hope to advance to state this weekend.

The final stop before state is sectionals.

One Elcho wrestler has put in plenty of work on and off the mat to be in position to advance.

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STEVENS POINT - You'll see plenty of gifted high school basketball court players if you go to game in Stevens Point.

According to recruiting sites, Stevens Point has the number one and two rated juniors in the state.

Recruiting sites call, Sam Hauser, the top junior basketball player in Wisconsin. He's received scholarship offers from division one schools like Marquette. His teammate and the second rated junior is, Trevor Anderson. He's received offers from Drake and other division one programs. But their rankings aren't the talk of the team.

"I hope they don't feel a bunch of pressure on it," Head Coach Scott Anderson said. "We don't talk about it. I don't think I've had a conversation about it with either one of them about their ranking. They've never brought it up to me."

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 REGIONAL SPORTS
Packers release veteran LB HawkSubmitted: 02/25/2015

GREEN BAY - The Green Bay Packers released inside linebacker A.J. Hawk, cutting ties with the nine-year veteran and respected locker room presence.


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Bucks outlast Lakers in OTSubmitted: 02/04/2015

MILWAUKEE - Giannis Antetokounmpo scored a career-high 25 points and Brandon Knight had 24 as the Milwaukee Bucks outlasted the Los Angeles Lakers 113-105 in overtime Wednesday night for their fifth consecutive victory.

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STARKE, FL - Police in Florida have arrested Green Bay Packers defensive tackle Letroy Guion on felony charges of possession of marijuana and a firearm.

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MADISON - Paul Chryst didn't have much time to get comfortable when he returned home to coach Wisconsin.


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GREEN BAY - Aaron Rodgers won the league MVP award tonight. He beat out players such as J.J. Watt and Tony Romo for the honor.

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GREEN BAY - Green Bay Packers Head Coach Mike McCarthy finally held his long-delayed season-ending press conference Wednesday, a full 10 days after the team's heartbreaking loss to the Seattle Seahawks in the NFC Championship Game.

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MILWAUKEE - Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker says the state will help the Milwaukee Bucks pay for a new basketball arena with $220 million in bonds that would be paid for by projected growth in income taxes from NBA players.

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