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Antigo defeats New London in boys hoops regionalSubmitted: 02/25/2014
Story By Joe Dufek


ANTIGO - The Antigo boys basketball team began regionals on Tuesday. The Red Robins faced New London at Antigo High School.

In a low scoring game, Antigo advanced with a 43-29 victory. With the win, Antigo goes to Shawano to face the top seed in the regional on Friday.

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