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Friday Night Blitz: 1/12/18Submitted: 01/12/2018
Story By Mark Spillane

Friday Night Blitz: 1/12/18
NORTHWOODS - Rhinelander tops Antigo in a fast-paced GNC boys basketball game.
The Hodags also took the win on the girls side.
Crandon claims the top spot in the NLC with a win over Phelps.
Plus Lakeland cruises past Mosinee in a girls basketball game.
And Phillips boys basketball downs Abbotsford to take a two game lead in the Marawood North.

Check out those highlights plus all the scores from around the area.


BOYS BASKETBALL
Antigo: 44 Rhinelander: 66
Medford: 93 Northland Pines: 69
Mosinee: 75 Lakeland: 85
Phelps: 57 Crandon: 74
Rib Lake: 71 Athens: 46
Stratford: 47 Auburndale: 50
Prentice: 63 Chequamegon: 45
Newman Catholic: 31 Edgar: 56
Assumption: 64 Marathon: 63
Abbotsford: 60 Phillips 71
DC Everest: 59 Wisconsin Rapids: 55

GIRLS BASKETBALL
Mosinee: 51 Lakeland: 68
Medford: 69 Northland Pines: 63
Antigo: 53 Rhinelander: 66
Phelps: 21 Crandon: 78

BOYS HOCKEY
Marshfield: 7 Chequamegon/Phillips: 3

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