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WIAA boys hockey regional scores from Tuesday

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The calendar says February but the excitement of March has arrived with high school postseason tournaments now underway.

Section 1
Region Qualifier
   Somerset 9, Northwest Icemen 2
Section 2
Region Qualifier
   Regis/Altoona/McDonell 4, Black River Falls 3
Section 3
Region Qualifier
   Rhinelander/Three Lakes 5, Mosinee 4
   Tomahawk 7, Pacelli 3
Section 4
Region Qualifier
   Baraboo/Portage 6, Sparta 2
Section 5
Region Qualifier
   Appleton United 7, Waupaca 5

Section 6 Regional Qualifier

Monona Grove 4, McFarland 3

Section 7
Region Qualifier
   Greendale 3, Kenosha 1
   Stoughton 3, Monroe 2
Section 8
Region Qualifier
   Fond du Lac 6, Sheboygan 3
   West Bend 2, Beaver Dam 1

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