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Rhinelander Defeats Antigo 19-8Submitted: 08/22/2014

Nolan Blair
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nblair@wjfw.com


RHINELANDER - Antigo students showing support and excited to get the 2014 season underway.

Now both teams struggling on offense in the first quarter.

Junior Quarter back Brandon Reinthaler brought down for a sack.

Nearly an interception but he was called down.
On the other end, quarterback Tony Libit can't find any open wide receivers and is sacked.


Rhinelander trying to get down the field but still having no luck.
Brandon Reinthaler airs it out and it is nearly intercepted.

What can new coach Chris Ferge do?

Answer, keep airing it out.

Reinthaler throws a nice screen to wide receiver Bryce White.
The ball is moving.

Reinthaler finds times in the pocket, looks looks and launches it.

It's caught. White comes down with it.

Touchdown Hodags!

Next Antigo possession. The Red Robins moving the ball.

Run to the outside, touchdown Antigo!

Rhinelander would end up winning this 19-8.


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