State boys basketball: White River to play for title; more scores

2013-03-15T21:10:00Z 2013-03-15T21:40:20Z State boys basketball: White River to play for title; more scores Rapid City Journal
March 15, 2013 9:10 pm

The White River boys basketball team will be playing for its second straight Class B state championship, and fourth in six years, Saturday after blowing out South Central 86-55 in the semfiinals tonight.

White River will play Viborg-Hurley, a 37-34 winner over Dupree at 7 p.m. Saturday in Aberdeen for the championship.

In Class AA, meanwhile,Rapid City Stevens and Rapid City Central dropped their consolation round games today, meaning the two city schools will be playing for seventh place at the Class AA tournament in Sioux Falls.

Stevens was knocked off by Huro 37-32, while Central fell 73-61 to Brookings.

Today's schedule

Class AA


#5 Brandon Valley 57, Sioux Falls Roosevelt 51 (F)

#2 Pierre 47, #6 Sioux Falls Lincoln 45 (F)


#4 Huron 37, #8 Rapid City Stevens 32 (F)

#3 Brookings 73, #7 Rapid City Central 61 (F)

Class A


#5 Tea Area 65, #8 Platte-Geddes 33 (F)

#6 Madison 66, #7 Mobridge-Pollock 30 (F)


#1 Clark/Willow Lake 61, #4 Spearfish 53 (F)

#2 Aberdeen Roncalli 52, #3 Pine Ridge 32 (F)

Class B


#1 White River 86, #5 South Central 55 (F)

#7 Viborg-Hurley 37, #Dupree 34 (F)


#8 Langford Area 71, #4 Potter County 56 (F)

#2 James Valley Christian 86, #6 Arlington 62 (F)

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  1. Thomas Nelson
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    Thomas Nelson - September 16, 2014 12:48 am
    I read numerous article but I found the quality content in this post. I always appreciate these sorts of competitions and motivates students to participate in these competitions. These pay someone to write my college paper will improve their physical and mental health. Class B play a good basketball and they deserve this win.
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