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Platte-Geddes Rallies To Win At State B

March 20, 2014, 8:39 PM

Platte-Geddes Rallies To Win At State B

Platte-Geddes' Coby Johnson scored 28 points as the Black Panthers beat Langford Area 58-50 Thursday at the South Dakota Class B boys basketball tournament.

Johnson's three-point play as time ran out at the end of the third quarter gave Platte-Geddes (18-6) its first lead of the game at 34-33. Langford never led again.

Johnson was 9-for-15 and hauled in 12 rebounds. Carter Dykstra had 12 points.

The Panthers shot 58 percent.

Langford (21-3) got 19 points from Bo Fries and 13 points and six rebounds from Drew Planteen.

The Lions shot 41 percent.

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