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South Plains College falls in National Semifinals

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HUTCHINSON, KS (KCBD) -

The 2nd-seeded South Plains College Texans saw their sensational season come to an end as they lost to 6th seeded Eastern Florida State 77-65 in the NJCAA National Semifinals in Hutchinson, Kansas.

The Texans will now play in the 3rd place game Saturday against Northwest Florida State.

Hutchinson College and Eastern Florida State will play for the Junior College National Title.

Steve Green’s Texans fall to 31-2 on the season. 

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