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Neillsville's streak at 54...and counting

Neillsville hopes to cap dominant season by winning another state championship

2:44 AM, Mar. 12, 2013
John Gaier, Neillsville girls basketball head coach, explains plays to the team during practice on Monday March 11, 2013.
John Gaier, Neillsville girls basketball head coach, explains plays to the team during practice on Monday March 11, 2013.
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Domination.

That sums up the Neillsville girls basketball teams' 2012-13 season, as the Warriors have rolled to a 26-0 record. The Warriors have played just two games this season decided by single digits, both against Cloverbelt Conference East Division rival Owen-Withee.

Neillsville (26-0), the defending Division 4 champion, has been dominant for a long period of time, having won 54 consecutive games and moves up a division this season in an attempt to win successive championships. ...

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