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Antigo Little League to hold fund raisersSubmitted: 07/16/2013
Story By Joe Dufek

ANTIGO - The Antigo 11-12 year old Little League team heads out to the state tournament this weekend.

Antigo captured the District 5 title for the second straight year.

The state tournament is in Waupan. That can get expensive.

So the team is having a couple of brat fries to help with the costs.
They'll be at Antigo's Wagner Shell Wednesday from 9am until 6pm.

On Thursday, they're at Antigo Auto from 10am until 2pm.


Also 9-10 year old playoff action Tuesday night in Wausau. Rhinelander advanced to Thursday's championship with a 9-4 win over Antigo.

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