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Boyden Hull, Sheldon to Iowa title games Friday



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Boyden Hull will play for the Iowa 1-A title Friday at 6:05 after beating North Tama 77-52 in the semi-finals Thursday in Des Moines. Colin Bolkema led the way with 18 points and Brandt Van Roeckel had 17 pts./13 rebounds. Sheldon is in the 2-A title game after beating Carroll Kuemper 49-42. Dallas Ennema had 21 to lead the O'Rabs who are in the state tournament for the first time in 36 years. They play at 8:05 Friday night.
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