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RHS Mock Trial Team Moves to Championship Round at StateSubmitted: 03/10/2013
Story By Lyndsey Stemm

MADISON - The Rhinelander High School mock trial team will advance to the final round of the state championships.

They competed at the Dane County courthouse in Madison this weekend. The team finished 4 and 0 today in the semi-finals.

Tomorrow they'll take on Brookfield Academy for the state title in the supreme court room. All seven supreme court justices will preside and pick the winner.

The Rhinelander team has gone to state for 27 consecutive years. They've racked up 27 regional championships, 15 state championships and 1 national title.

If the team wins tomorrow, they'll head to the National championship... which is in May.



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