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Wednesday Horseshoe League Standings
By Hodagsports.com Staff | Published: 05/24/2018

Wednesday Suburban Horseshoe League Standings as of 05/16/18 A DIVISION WINS/LOSSES                  B DIVISION WINS/ LOSSES Taj Mahall                   14/4                                   Club 47                         18/0 Twin Pines #2          13/5                                       Rocky's Roadhouse          17/1 Moonlighting #2          09/09                                  Moonlighting #1             17/1 River Street          05/13                                       Country Bar #2               09/09 Twin Pines #1          04/14                                     Potlickers Cross Country     01/17 Country Bar #1          01/17                                   BYE                                    --/--Wednesday Suburban Horseshoes League Results as of 05/16/18       Wins Country Bar #1               01Moonlighting #1              17Twin Pines #1                 04Taj Mahall                      14Country Bar #2               09Moonlighting #2             09Twin Pines #2                 13River Street                   05Potlickers Cross Country  01Rocky's Roadhouse          17Club 47                          18BYE                                --
Hodag Tennis earns 5th straight GNC title
By Hodagsports.com Staff | Published: 05/21/2018

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The Rhinelander High School boys' tennis team charted their fifth straight Great Northern Conference title. The Hodags cruised to titles in five flights and finished runner-up in the remaining two flights at Elleson Tennis Courts in Antigo on Friday. RHS recorded 38 points on the day and also matched their own team recorded they set last season. Although Rhinelander actually clenched the conference title before play began Friday morning, after they held a 36-point lead. All seven flights for RHS earned first-round byes"We took some lumps earlier in the week but came out on a mission today," Coach Bob Heideman said. "We hit on all cylinders today and that was led by our five seniors. The first class to win a conference championship all four years since I don't know when."Rhinelander senior Markus Johnson earned the GNC single player of the year and would get back to strong serving to cruise to wins against Antigo's Tanner Stueck and Medford's Alec Shear. In the semifinal round Johnson defeated Stueck 6-4, 6-3 and in the finals he downed Shear 6-3, 6-3. "He has paid his dues, well deserved and much easier than his first match with Alec," Heideman said of Johnson.At No. 3 singles, Rhinelander freshman Jacob Weddle breezed through his competition against Jarrett Shields of Pacelli and Sterling Reilly of Medford. In the semifinal round, Weddle won 6-1, 6-1 over Shields and in the championship match he cruised to a 6-1, 6-0 win over Reilly. After falling in three-set matches earlier in the week, junior Freddy Wisner at No. 4 singles battled his way back to earn the GNC title. Wisner was down 4-5 in the second set and down love-40 in the game, he fended off three consecutive points and forced a third set tiebreaker. Wisner used that momentum to push through and closed the match 7-5, 7-. "We had some close sets, but generally came out okay," said Hedieman. "Freddy had to put together a streak of 11 straight points to pull out his last set."In doubles action, Jared Fabich and Grant Gilbert at the No. 2 doubles flight defeated Medford's Armin Kliewe and Logan Searles 6-4, 6-2 in the semifinals. Gilbert/Fabich finished the day strong with a 6-2, 6-0 win over Jared McFarlane and Zach Reineke of Antigo. "Grant and Jared played perhaps their best set of the year in their last set," noted Heideman. "Cade and Logan had a close set in the semis."Also winning in doubles for Rhinelander was Logan Oestreich and Cade Aschenbrenner at the third doubles flight. In the semifinals Aschenbrenner/Oestreich fended off Carson Kleist and Zach Kawa of Medford 6-1, 7-5. And the Hodag duo downed Pacelli's Andrew Pisaraski and Isaac Kosoloucki of Pacelli 6-1, 6-2 in the championship round. At the top doubles flight, Connor Young and Jared Haug started the day strong with a 6-3, 6-1 win over Antigo's Joe Barletti and Brody Bunnell. But in the finals would fall to 2-6, 6-7 to Lakeland's Jack Garcia and Anthony Holmes and the Hodag duo would earn runner-up.Russell Benoy at No. 2 singles earned runner-up and started with a forfeit win before falling 4-6, 2-6 to Pacelli's Corey Baron in the finals. "Russell and No. 1 doubles had much closer matches with their opponents in the championship match than earlier this year," Heideman said. "They walked off the courts with the sense they had upped their games."Rhinelander will now focus on playoffs and will host the WIAA subsectionals at the RHS Tennis Courts on Monday. The top four finishers at No. 1 singles and doubles as well as the top two finishers in the remaining flights will advance to the Kohler sectionals. 
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RHS Softball splits games with Hatchets
By Hodagsports.com Staff | Published: 05/18/2018

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The Rhinelander High School softball team rallied back in game one against Tomahawk on Thursday to split a doubleheader at Pioneer Park. The Hodags would score two runs in the seventh to comeback to defeat the Hatchets 3-2 but that momentum quickly wore off in the second game of the evening, and Tomahawk proved to be solid at the plate and earned the 12-2 win, marking another split series for RHS
Hodag Baseball splits DH at Tomahawk
By Hodagsports.com Staff | Published: 05/18/2018

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The Rhinelander High School baseball team was finally able to snap their eight-game losing streak on Thursday in a Great Northern Conference doubleheader at Tomahawk. The Hatchets would take the first game 7-3, before the Hodags came back to shutout Tomahawk 6-0 in the second game at Kahle Field.The Hatchets would take the lead in Game 1 and plated three-runs in the third frame. Starting pitcher Bryce
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