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RAPID CITY, S.D. --  Tea and Madison will meet in the Class A Boy's Basketball State Championship tomorrow after cruising to easy semifinal wins.

Tea defeated Platte-Geddes 65-33 thanks to 20 points from Connor Shaull.  Madison won the nightcap in dominating fashion, 66-30, over Mobridge-Pollock.  Trae VandeBerg led the Bulldogs with 15 points.

Madison and Tea will tip off at 8 PM CST on Saturday night.



-Highlights Courtesy SD PB
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