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Hodags advance to sectional final - Tomahawk fallsSubmitted: 03/06/2014
Story By Joe Dufek


- Two games away from a trip to the state boys basketball tournament. That's the goal any teams still playing faced Thursday night.

Sectional semifinals throughout the state.

Strike up the band, as in Division Three, Tomahawk upset regional #1 seed Peshtigo to get to this game.

On Thursday, the Hatchets faced another #1 seed - Little Chute. The game was played in Antigo.


In the third quarter, Tomahawk's Jordan Roessler hit a 3-pt field goal to pull the Hatchets to within six points. Jared Jarvensivu led Tomahawk with 21 points.

But Little Chute pulled away from there. They led by as many as 19 points.

Tomahawk's season ends with a 58-44 defeat.

In Division Two, Rhinelander defeated Shawano 45-32. The game was played in Stevens Point. Rhinelander faces Rice Lake Saturday in Marshfield for a trip to state.

Other scores include in Division 5, Newman Catholic defeats Columbus Catholic 39-34. It's Newman and Green Bay NEW Lutheran meeting in Pulaski Saturday.

More scores at wjfw.com.






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