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Basketball Tournaments Exceeded Budgets in Rapid City, Sioux Falls
August 27, 2015

Basketball Tournaments Exceeded Budgets in Rapid City, Sioux Falls

State basketball and civic center leaders in Rapid City and Sioux Falls have reported that expenses ran more than 30 percent over budget for the four state basketball and wrestling tournaments held last school year.  According to the Rapid City Journal article, directors of the South Dakota High School Activities Association want their staffs to get better control over their expenses during the tournaments.  Last years' tournaments cost nearly three times as much as had been budgeted for them.

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