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Mosinee, Chequamegon, Laona/Wabeno among #1 Softball SeedsSubmitted: 05/09/2013
Story By Joe Dufek


- Rain is falling in most of the viewing area. Perfect weather to talk about softball playoffs.

The WIAA released the pairings for three of the four divisions.

Division One will be announced after the coaches meeting next week.

In Division 2, Mosinee is the top seed in their regional.

Meanwhile Northland Pines is a 5 seed. The Eagles are in Antigo next Thursday. The winner will meet Mosinee.


Phelps earned a 5 seed in a Division 4 regional. The Lady Knights are at Goodman-Pembine. The winner takes on the #1 seed Wausaukee.

Chequamegon, and Laona/Wabeno earned #1 spots in Division 3. Newman Catholic is also a #1 seed in Division 4.

To look at the postseason brackets, click on the link below.


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WIAA Softball Pairings: Divisions 2-4

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