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Laona/Wabeno Cages Three Lakes Boys HoopsSubmitted: 02/07/2013
Story By Joe Dufek


THREE LAKES - In boys basketball on Thursday, the Laona/Wabeno Rebels were in Three Lakes. It was a Northern Lakes Conference Pairing. Three Lakes led 12-7 after the first quarter.

However, the Rebels exploded from that point on. Laona/Wabeno outscored Three Lakes 51-27 the rest of the way. The final was 58-39 Laona/Wabeno.

With the victory, the Rebels improved to (15-5) overall and (10-2) in the Northern Lakes Conference. Three Lakes fell to (8-11) overall and (7-4) in the NLC.



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