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CW Storm Headed Back to StateSubmitted: 03/04/2014
Story By Marisa Silvas

CW Storm Headed Back to State
WAUSAU - With a win over Northland Pines, the Central Wisconsin Storm advanced to state for the seventh straight year.

They're heading to Madison Friday to take on Bay Area.

The Storm co-op has players from D.C. Everest, Mosinee and Wausau West and East.

They've won two State titles, one in 2008 and the other in 2012.

The Storm defeated the Eagles 2-0 in the sectional final held at the Dome to earn their spot in the tournament field.

Even though they've been there before, they know there's still work to do.




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