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Northland Pines dominates Wittenberg-BirnamwoodSubmitted: 08/22/2014
EAGLE RIVER - The Northland Pines Eagles hosted Wittenberg-Birnamwood Friday.

It was all Eagles early on.

Down in the red zone, quarterback Jack Sarama was in control.

They blow out the Chargers 37-0.

Bailey Ramesh came up big in this one with almost 300 all purpose yards and a pair of touchdowns.



Story By: Dan Marz

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