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Crandon boys win first golf team sectionalSubmitted: 06/04/2014
Story By Joe Dufek


CRANDON - The Crandon Cardinals have qualified individual players in boys golf to state. But on Wednesday, for the first time - Crandon won the sectional. By capturing, the D3 sectional in Shiocton, Crandon earned their first trip to the state meet.

Late Wednesday night, the victorious Cardinals were given a police escort. Dozens of fans both on the street and in cars cheered the team as they passed by.

To check out the celebration, click on the video.

Crandon will play at University Ridge in Madison June 9-10 for the state meet.




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