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Chequamegon/Phillips, West earn hockey road winsSubmitted: 12/03/2013
Story By Joe Dufek


TOMAHAWK, EAGLE RIVER - In boys hockey Tuesday night, Chequamegon/Phillips opened the season in Tomahawk. The co-op known as the Seals, knocked off Tomahawk 9-1.

Meanwhile, Northland Pines faced state-ranked Wausau West in Eagle River. The #2 ranked team in the state proved to be too much. Wausau East scored the game's first three goals to defeat Northland Pines 3-1. Zach Peterson scored two of the Warriors three goals. Justin Zahn had the other goal for West. Wausau West improved to (2-1).

Steven Spencer scored the lone goal for the Eagles. Northland Pines fell to (1-1).


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