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Raiders use Powerful First-half to defeat the Hodags
By Cassie Krueger | Published: 10/03/2015

The Rhinelander High School football team couldn't get things rolling on Friday night when they travelled to Medford for a conference game. The Hodags fell behind early, and allowed the Raiders to score 36 first-half points. Rhinelander capitalized on one score on Medford's homecoming night in the fourth quarter. It was a tough loss for RHS, who just came away from a much improved game against Lakeland, ending in a near upset. Rhinelander lost in a tough 20-16 battle in the first annual Northwoods Axe Game. But Friday was a different story. The Hodags mistakes cost them on big plays, and they never were able to recover. The loss now eliminated Rhinelander from the playoffs and they remain without a win in the Great Northern Conference at 0-4. The Hodags are 1-5 overall this season.Medford was able to score on their opening drive, just a few plays in. Josh Thiede found a gap, and went for long for 75 yards. Shortly after, Thiede still couldn't be stopped and scored from the 16-yard line, to extend Medford's lead to 14-0 in the first quarter. The Raiders would go on to rally for three more scores in the final six minutes of the first half. Conrad Bolz scored two quick touchdowns. The first was two-yard dive, and the second was a 61-yard touchdown. On Medford's final touchdown of the half, as well as the game, quarterback Ben Meier went down the sideline to Mikel Delzer who earned an 85-yard score.The Hodag's offense was unable to produce anything with the little time they possessed the ball in the first half. Rhinelander's defense was unable to stop Medford's run game, which sparked other scoring opportunities. The Raiders charted 388 first-half yards. Rhinelander's offense was able to get going in the second half, but it was against Medford's second-string. Quarterback Brandon Reinthaler finished with the lone Hodag touchdown in the fourth. Reinthaler finished with 15 rushing yards and 81 passing yards. He went 11 of 28 on the night, and picked up another game without throwing an interception.Junior punter Gunna Millot was back in the action on Friday night, after suffering a knee injury. Millot had a solid night covering the field on punts, placing two inside the 20 yard line, and averaged 35.1 per punt. Senior tight end Luke Roberts led the Hodags in catches, finishing with 55 yards on three passes from Reinthaler. The journey is far from over, and the Hodags have another tough battle ahead of them. Rhinelander will face GNC leader, Antigo on Friday in the 81st annual Bell Game of homecoming week. The Hodags last earned the Bell in 2006 at Mike Webster Stadium.
Hodag Swimmers win seven events, Cruise past Colby/Abbotsford
By Cassie Krueger | Published: 10/02/2015

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It was a strong start for the Rhinelander High School girls' swim team, who won the first five events on Thursday. The Hodags continued and earned seven event wins in the 95-67 win over Colby/Abbotsford at the Heck Family Community Pool."Last night we were able to play with our line up a little bit, and put some girls' in different events; which really puts us in a good place for conference," said Co
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Hodag Harriers Improve at Medford
By Cassie Krueger | Published: 10/02/2015

The Rhinelander High School cross country team continues to improve going into the final stretch of the season. The Hodags have also put up some of their fastest 5k times on Thursday at Black River Golf Course in Medford for another Great Northern Conference meet. Both the Hodag boys' and girls' finished fourth in their divisions on the seven-team invite at Medford. The team has been training hard to
Hodags pickup 1-0 road win at Mosinee
By Cassie Krueger | Published: 10/01/2015

The Rhinelander High School boys' soccer team was able to earn another conference win on Thursday night when they travelled to Mosinee for a tough match-up. The Reeve Craig scored near the end of the first half, which gave the Hodags the edge, and their defense was able to hold off the Indians in the final49 minutes of play.The first time Rhinelander faced Mosinee, they were able to earn a 3-1 victory i
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