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Antigo takes two at GNC meet, now second overall
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The Antigo Red Robins volleyball team took two out of three matches at Saturday's second Great Northern Conference meet of the season, hosted by Tomahawk.

Antigo opened up play against Rhinelander, and dominated the Hodags 3-0 by scores of 25-6, 25-3, and 25-17.

The Robins carried the momentum over into its second match, easily dispatching of Lakeland 3-0, winning by counts of 25-12, 25-14, and 25-13.

An always tough Northland Pines team was the opposition for the final match, with the Eagles pulling out a 3-2 win. Antigo took the opening set 25-20, before dropping the next two, 14-25, and 17-25.

The Robins pulled together to win the fourth set 25-19, forcing a fifth and deciding set, which Pines won in exciting fashion, 15-13.

Statistical leaders on the weekend included Clare Aulik with 23 kills and nine digs, Emma Jaje recorded a team high 46 digs to go with a total of 13 assists, Amaya McCann dished out 39 assists and added nine digs, while Ashlyn Nedden had 11 blocks and 18 kills.

Other top contributors on the day were Chloe Decker with a total of 35 assists and 18 digs, Brinna Mauk with 29 digs, Laynie Weix totaled 31 digs and 11 kills, while Elyse Incha chipped in 15 kills. Elizabeth Rustick recorded nine kills and six digs, Gracie Dewan ended with 10 kills and seven digs, with Kiana Lese ending with four digs.

Mosinee's three wins on the day locked up the conference title for the Indians, who are now 11-0 with one match remaining. Antigo is tied with Medford for second, both with identical 8-3 records.

The Robins will try to spoil Mosinee's undefeated conference record in a road match Tuesday, before concluding the regular season Thursday at Wittenberg-Birnamwood.
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Antigo takes two at GNC meet, now second overall
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The Antigo Red Robins volleyball team took two out of three matches at Saturday's second Great Northern Conference meet of the season, hosted by Tomahawk.

Antigo opened up play against Rhinelander, and dominated the Hodags 3-0 by scores of 25-6, 25-3, and 25-17.

The Robins carried the momentum over into its second match, easily dispatching of Lakeland 3-0, winning by counts of 25-12, 25-14, and 25-13.

An always tough Northland Pines team was the opposition for the final match, with the Eagles pulling out a 3-2 win. Antigo took the opening set 25-20, before dropping the next two, 14-25, and 17-25.

The Robins pulled together to win the fourth set 25-19, forcing a fifth and deciding set, which Pines won in exciting fashion, 15-13.

Statistical leaders on the weekend included Clare Aulik with 23 kills and nine digs, Emma Jaje recorded a team high 46 digs to go with a total of 13 assists, Amaya McCann dished out 39 assists and added nine digs, while Ashlyn Nedden had 11 blocks and 18 kills.

Other top contributors on the day were Chloe Decker with a total of 35 assists and 18 digs, Brinna Mauk with 29 digs, Laynie Weix totaled 31 digs and 11 kills, while Elyse Incha chipped in 15 kills. Elizabeth Rustick recorded nine kills and six digs, Gracie Dewan ended with 10 kills and seven digs, with Kiana Lese ending with four digs.

Mosinee's three wins on the day locked up the conference title for the Indians, who are now 11-0 with one match remaining. Antigo is tied with Medford for second, both with identical 8-3 records.

The Robins will try to spoil Mosinee's undefeated conference record in a road match Tuesday, before concluding the regular season Thursday at Wittenberg-Birnamwood.
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