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Hodags capture third GNC soccer crown; Hatchets baseball splits DHSubmitted: 05/29/2014
Story By Joe Dufek


RHINELANDER, TOMAHAWK - For the third straight year, the Rhinelander girls soccer team received a police escort in town. That's because for the third straight year, the Hodags captured the Great Northern Conference championship yesterday.

Rhinelander knocked off Northland Pines 4-1. Hodags are (13-3-1 overall) and 11-0 in the GNC. Rhinelander also holds the #1 seed in their regional. The Hodags host Antigo in next week's opening round of regionals.

In high school baseball, Tomahawk was where the Hatchets faced Mosinee in a double header.


Game One... Hatchets starting pitcher Kevin Bolder started the first game strong. He kept Mosinee off the scoreboard in the first two innings.

But in the third, Mosinee finally got on the offense going. With the bases loaded, Trevor Grabow drove in a run on a fielder's choice. However a Hatchet throwing error allowed another run to score (2-0 Mosinee).

The game went extra innings. Mosinee took game one 4-3 in 8 innings. Tomahawk bounced back to split the double dip with a 9-7 victory.


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