BANGOR, Wis. (WKBT) - The Bangor Cardinals girls basketball team is making their second straight trip to state hoping for a different result after losing in last year's state semi-final.
Members of the community young and old got together Thursday morning for a pep rally to send their girls to Green Bay in style.
The school's principal says the small community always rallies around their high school teams and they're proud of all of the recent success.
"A community like ours, a school tends to be the hub of the community, and when we have a success like this and an event like this, everybody just comes together, and it's always been that way. Great support," said principal Don Addington.
Bangor plays Clayton Friday morning.
If they win, they would advance to the Division 5 championship game at 11 on Saturday morning.
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