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Prep Roundup: Rahn leads WDP girls to back-to-back wins

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3:21 PM, Dec. 19, 2012
West De Pere High School sophomore guard Bailey Denis (10) drives toward the basket on the near end of the court for a breakaway layup in the Phantoms' 58-33 victory over visiting Marinette in a Bay Conference girls basketball game Thursday night, Dec. 13. Denis scored eight points in West De Pere's first win of the season.
West De Pere High School sophomore guard Bailey Denis (10) drives toward the basket on the near end of the court for a breakaway layup in the Phantoms' 58-33 victory over visiting Marinette in a Bay Conference girls basketball game Thursday night, Dec. 13. Denis scored eight points in West De Pere's first win of the season.
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Thanks in part to big scoring efforts from Meagan Rahn, the West De Pere High School varsity girls basketball team is on the winning track after a slow start to the season.

Rahn tallied a game-high 14 points as the Phantoms prevailed for the first time with a 58-33 rout of visiting Marinette in a Bay Conference game last Thursday.

Two nights later, Rahn scored 13 points in West De Pere's 46-42 comeback win at Kaukauna in a nonconference contest Saturday. ...

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