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Stevens Point baseball returns to stateSubmitted: 06/10/2014
Story By Joe Dufek

- Sectionals were on the line throughout the state in high school baseball on Tuesday.

In Division One, Stevens Point - the top ranked team in the state - faced River Falls in the sectional final in Chippewa Falls. The Panthers won 7-1. Point had to knock off Chippewa Falls earlier to get to the final.

Stevens Point finished as the state runner up last year.

In Division 3 sectional in Cumberland, Chequamegon fell to Cumberland 4-2 in the semifinals.


In Division 2, Notre Dame edged Mosinee 2-1 in a sectional semifinal played in Chilton.


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