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March 1, 2014 5:08 PM

Whale Branch boys to play for state basketball title for 2nd straight year

With Whale Branch needing a boost with the absence of brothers Simeon and Michael Middleton, junior David Lamb scored a personal-best 22 points to help the Warriors defeat Hemingway, 69-62, on Saturday in the Class 1-A Lower State basketball championship game in Florence.

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