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The Hodags Are Sectional Bound AgainSubmitted: 03/04/2014
Story By Marisa Silvas


RHINELANDER - The Hodag boys rallied from being down 13 points to earn their third straight regional title. But the celebration didn't last long, they quickly began preparing for Sectionals.

The Hodags have made it to the WIAA's sweet 16 for the third straight year. Next up they'll face a Shawano team that beat Antigo and Waupaca over the weekend.

Rhinelander is 19-5 on the season and playing inspired basketball. They want to make sure they position themselves to go further in the playoffs this time around.

The sectional semifinal will take place at 7 p.m. Thursday at Stevens Point Area Senior High.




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