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OHS starts volleyball season strong

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Posted: Tuesday, September 4, 2012 3:14 pm

Every year the Osceola Chieftain volleyball team travels at the beginning of the season to participate in the Menomonie Sprawl. The sprawl consists of 30 teams from across Wisconsin including teams from all divisions.

Bringing home a fifth place finish in their division, the Chieftains finished the tournament in the top half of all the teams entered. Thursday night Osceola defeated Hayward 3-1 in four games to win their first regular match of the year.

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