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WIAA state wrestling: Wausau West, Merrill combine to advance five to finals

Wausau West, Merrill combine to advance five to finals

1:55 AM, Feb. 23, 2013
Wausau West's Joe Umlauf (top) controls Tyler Rice of Kenosha Tremper during their 132-pound WIAA Division 1 semifinal match Friday in Madison. Both wrestlers entered the match undefeated.
Wausau West's Joe Umlauf (top) controls Tyler Rice of Kenosha Tremper during their 132-pound WIAA Division 1 semifinal match Friday in Madison. Both wrestlers entered the match undefeated.
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Wausau West's Colin Baine has let his wrestling do the talking this weekend.

The senior moved closer to becoming the first two-time champion in school history as he edged previously undefeated Tyler Rice of Kenosha Bradford 4-2 in a 126-pound semifinal at the WIAA Division 1 individual state wrestling meet Friday at the Kohl Center. Baine (49-0) didn't talk after the matchup - not because he was upset, but because he wants to keep his focus on the job at hand.

"The Rice kid is tough, coming in at 52-0, but Baine wants to win that second state title," West coach Troy Fabry said. "He's focused and he's ...

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