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Friday Night Blitz: 8/23/19Submitted: 08/23/2019
Andrew Goldstein
Andrew Goldstein
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agoldstein@wjfw.com

Friday Night Blitz: 8/23/19
NORTHWOODS - BERLIN 49 MOSINEE 14
TRI-COUNTY 6 THREE LAKES/PHELPS 42
WAUSAU EAST 23 MERRILL 6
RHINELANDER 21 PRESCOTT 0
RICE LAKE 0 MEDFORD 14
LAKELAND UNION 35 CUDAHY 33
ANTIGO 6 AMHERST 46
NORTHLAND PINES 0 WITTENBERG-BIRNAMWOOD 34
ELCHO/WHITE LAKE 18 MARION/TIGERTON 32
ATHENS 47 RIB LAKE/PRENTICE 6
HORTONVILLE 34 WAUSAU WEST 17
DC EVEREST 14 APPLETON EAST 21


SPASH 7 APPLETON NORTH 28
MARSHFIELD 19 APPLETON WEST 20
SPENCER 0 STRATFORD 41

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