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Neillsville streak ends as focus moves to next season

After state loss, Neillsville girls team hungry to return to winning ways

11:59 PM, Mar. 15, 2013
Neillsville High School fan Neal Matson cheers Friday during the WIAA state girls basketball tournament Division 3 semifinal game against East Troy High School at the Resch Center in Green Bay.
Neillsville High School fan Neal Matson cheers Friday during the WIAA state girls basketball tournament Division 3 semifinal game against East Troy High School at the Resch Center in Green Bay.
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The details are easy to remember.

First, there was the excitement of watching Jenny Lindner score 22 points to help the Neillsville girls basketball team rally from five points down to lead by four at halftime.

This so concerned the opposing coach that he wrote "22" on a board in the team locker room. He then cautioned his East Troy players against letting Lindner double - or triple - that point total in the second half. ...

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