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Rebels end regular season with victorySubmitted: 07/19/2013
Story By Joe Dufek


RHINELANDER - In Legion Baseball, Rhinelander Rebels played their final game of the regular season Friday night on Stafford Field at Hodag Park.

Rebels hosting RSW.

Rhinelander had the bases loaded in the bottom of the first. Alex Rias hit a single just past the infield into right, driving in two runs. It was part of a 3-run inning to make it 3-0 Rebels after one.

In the second innind, Rhinelander was looking for more. Alec Baumgartner with a couple on, blooped a single to center to drive in another run.


It was 5-0 Rebels after two innings. Rhinelander won 6-3. Rhinelander now (6-12). Rebels travel to Merrill for regionals next Friday.


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