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February 21, 2014 2:14 PM

Smithfield-Selma in place to end 12-year boys basketball playoff drought

Smithfield-Selma is right where it wanted to be when the season started, finally. The Spartans claimed third place outright and likely the accompanying final boys basketball state playoff berth with a 51-47 victory over Two Rivers 3A Conference rival Corinth Holders Monday night.

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