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Antigo knocks off Crandon in early boys hoops showdownSubmitted: 12/09/2013
Story By Joe Dufek


CRANDON - Boys basketball Monday night, Great Northern Conference power Antigo was in Crandon. Crandon is tied for the top of the Northern Lakes Conference.

Both teams were unbeaten going in.

But Antigo - a Division Two team was too much for Crandon - a Division Four program.

Antigo won 47-31.

Cassius Noskoswiak hit six three-point field goals for Antigo. He led the Red Robins with a game-high 18 points.

Brett Novak had 13 points to lead Crandon.


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