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WIAA Football: Four area teams head to playoffs

10:02 PM, Oct. 19, 2013
Plymouth's Samuel Staehling (22) carries the ball during a run for a fourth quarter touch down against Two Rivers last month. Plymouth is among four area teams playing in the postseason this year.
Plymouth's Samuel Staehling (22) carries the ball during a run for a fourth quarter touch down against Two Rivers last month. Plymouth is among four area teams playing in the postseason this year.
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