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OSHKOSH, Wis. — It was a drive of near perfection that had the Holmen High School football team one successful play short of making its first appearance in a WIAA semifinal game in 22 years.


HOLMEN — They weren’t chanting for Noah Risch, who had two sacks and played all night like a madman. They weren’t chanting for Dillon Martinez, who scored two electrifying touchdowns. And they weren’t chanting for Mitchell Dienger, who rushed for 134 yards and the game-clinching score.

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