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SIOUX FALLS, S.D.  -- Championships for the State Club Soccer Tournament are set.

In girls Class A West Central topped Vermillion 2-1.  They'll play Belle Fourche, who defeated Sturgis 6-2, for the title tomorrow.

In boys AA action it was Lincoln rolling past Yankton 4-0.  The Patriots will get Rapid City Stevens in the championship.  Stevens beat Roosevelt 2-1 in overtime.

Elsewhere, in girls AA Lincoln and Roosevelt will meet after each posting 2-0 semifinal wins.  In boys A it will be Huron (beat Sturgis 2-1) and Belle Fourche (Beat Vermillion 2-1).
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