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Sioux Falls West Shutout By Rapid City



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RAPID CITY, S.D. --  In a battle of the two remaining unbeatens at the Legion State A Baseball Tournament, Rapid City Post 22 defeated Sioux Falls West 4-0.  The Hardhats score three in the first and one more in the second, holding West to just four hits despite committing four errors.

Sioux Falls West will face Brandon Valley in an elimination semifinal tomorrow at 6 PM CST.  Rapid City will face Mitchell 30 minutes after the conclusion of the Brandon Valley-Sioux Falls West game.


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