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Medford takes down Rhinelander in back and forth matchSubmitted: 09/24/2013
Story By Marisa Silvas


RHINELANDER - The Hodag volleyball team hosted Medford in a big GNC matchup tonight.

The Raiders looking to tie Rhinelander in conference with a win. It was an exciting match that went back and forth between the two teams.

Rhinelander led 2-1 but this one went to a game 5 and Medford would come away with the win 3-2.

Katie Berrell had 18 kills and 13 digs for Rhinelander. Brianna Gilbert had 13 kills, Riley Aschenbrenner had 12 kills and six blocks, Lexi Haug had 33 assists and Megan Haug had 15 digs.

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