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   PREP FOOTBALL
   Division 1
   Semifinal
   Kimberly 31, Appleton North 14

   Division 3
   Semifinal
   New Berlin Eisenhower 21, Whitefish Bay 14
   Rice Lake 28, Notre Dame 7

   Division 4
   Semifinal
   Lodi 17, Martin Luther 0
   Saint Croix Central 42, Freedom 21

   Division 5
   Semifinal
   Amherst 35, Grantsburg 6
   Lake Country Lutheran 16, Cedar Grove-Belgium 14


   Division 6
   Semifinal
   Iola-Scandinavia 27, Regis 26
   St. Marys Springs 21, Markesan 9


   Division 7
   Semifinal
   Bangor 30, Abbotsford 7
   Black Hawk 56, Fall River 8
 

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