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Player of the Week Nominees for January 28Submitted: 01/28/2013
Story By Marisa Silvas

Player of the Week Nominees for January 28
THE NORTHWOODS - We're fewer than two weeks away from regional and sectional competition for the Winter sports. Many high school athletes are stepping up their game when it counts. Here are the latest nominees for Newswatch 12 Player of the Week.

Nominee 1 -

In girls hockey, Marshfield's Paige Johnson had a great game last Thursday against Tomahawk. Johnson had 2 goals and three assists in the Tigers 9-2 victory over the Hatchets. She also leads the conference in points with 21.

Nominee 2 -

Antigo senior Maura Boodry had a strong showing at the Red Robin Gymnastics Invite on Saturday. Maura placed 2nd in bars and 4th in vault, which led to a second place finish in the All Around. Boodry's performance helped Antigo take 1st place in the 9 team competition.

Nominee 3 -

On the mat, Wausau West's Joe Umlauf captured the 132 pound title at the Pulaski Invite. Joe is top ranked in division one at 138 pounds and his dominating win helped West take the team title out of 16 schools competing.

Nominee 4 -

And in boys basketball, Clayton Grose scored 17 points for Elcho last Friday. The 6'5'' senior helped lead the Hornets to a 52-39 victory over Northern Lakes conference foe Goodman-Pembine.

To vote on any of the nominees, go to the sports poll at wjfw.com. Voting ends at 3pm on Friday. The winner receives a plaque courtesy of R and D Trophies of Tomahawk.


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