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Boys basketball: Tigers find a way to get by Raiders

Rapids goes 11-44 from the floor in tough shooting night

2:49 AM, Jan. 16, 2013
Marshfield's Isaac Accola, puts up a shot between Wisconsin Rapids' Riley Presley, left and Hunter Langholff during the Tigers' Wisconsin Valley Conference victory over the Raiders Tuesday in Wisconsin Rapids.
Marshfield's Isaac Accola, puts up a shot between Wisconsin Rapids' Riley Presley, left and Hunter Langholff during the Tigers' Wisconsin Valley Conference victory over the Raiders Tuesday in Wisconsin Rapids.
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Holding Marshfield scoreless in the second quarter wasn't enough for the Wisconsin Rapids boys basketball team.

Despite that stellar defensive effort, the Raiders dropped a 46-34 decision to the Tigers during Wisconsin Valley Conference action on Tuesday night.

The issue for the Raiders on this night was on the offensive end where Rapids made just 12 of 44 shots. ...

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