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Tomahawk volleyball earns #1 seed in D-2 Submitted: 10/17/2013
Story By Joe Dufek

- The WIAA released the post season brackets for volleyball teams throughout the state.

The Tomahawk Hatchets earned the #1 seed in their Division Two regional. They will play their first match on Thursday, October 24. The Hatchets will face the winner of Medford at Antigo - who play on Tuesday.

In Division One, Wausau East is a #2 seed. They'll host Wisconsin Rapids on Thursday. #5 Merrill is also at home against #12 Menomonie. #13 Rhinelander is at #4 Marshfield.


In Division Three, Athens is a #1 seed. They will face the Abbotsford - Stratford winner on Thursday October 24. #3 Laona/Wabeno hosts #6 Crivitz on Tuesday. #5 Crandon travels to #4 Bondueal on Tuesdday.

In Division Four, Florence and Newman Catholic earned #1 seeds in their respective regionals.

To view the brackets, click on the link below.



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