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Prep football: Playoff teams must pay to play on road

11:41 PM, Oct. 30, 2013
Athens' Collin Ellenbecker returns a punt during Friday's game against Owen-Withee at Athens High School.
Athens' Collin Ellenbecker returns a punt during Friday's game against Owen-Withee at Athens High School.
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Almond-Bancroft football coach Andrew Bradley was fortunate enough to get a home playoff game for the opening round of the WIAA playoffs.

Now, having extended the season another week, Bradley and other coaches still alive are finding the second round comes with a cost.

When at home for a playoff game, the WIAA gives each host school $710, or 35 percent of the gate - whichever amount is greater - to help offset the cost of lights, officials and other expenses that come with being a host school, according to WIAA communications director Todd Clark. ...

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