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CourtKings top Fort Wayne for second straight title

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HUNTSVILLE, Tex. (KWWL) -

The Cedar Valley CourtKings took down the Fort Wayne Vision 121 to 106 to capture the Midwest Basketball League championship. The CourtKings have won the the title in both years that the franchise has existed. 

Raijon Kelly led the way with 34 points while Alex Houston added another 23. Raheem Tyner and Anthony James each scored 15 in the win.

Cedar Valley ended the season a perfect 18-0.

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