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Black Hawk senior running back Brody Milz breaks a run against Pecatonica-Argyle in a game earlier this season. Milz has rushed for 1,083 yards and 17 touchdowns this year. (Times file photo)
SOUTH WAYNE - The last time the Black Hawk football team entered the playoffs with so much anticipation in 2013, the Warriors won the school's first state championship and gold ball. Black Hawk (9-0), ranked third in the WisSports.net Division 7 state coaches poll, rolls into the postseason with high hopes of making another run to Camp Randall Stadium and adding a gold ball to the trophy case. "It's nice to be recognized as a top team and we had a great regular season," Black Hawk coach Cory Milz said.

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