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Aerial Rhodes show falls short for Whitewater Wildcats

Whitewater quarterback John Mark Rhodes throws toward his receiver, part of an aerial show of over 200 yards in the Wildcats’ loss to Sandy Creek last Friday. Whitewater’s chance at an upset victory over last year’s state champs was thwarted by a pass break-up from Mike Hilton in the final minute of the game. For more on last week’s games, go to our sister website www.TheCitizenSports.com. Photo/Stan Prophitt/KidzSportsPhotography.com.

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