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Eagan boy headed to Pokemon U.S. National Championship

Matthew Pappas was crowned statewide Pokemon champ at the Minnesota tournament in Burnsville last month. The 12-year-old will travel to Indianapolis for the national championship in June. A victory there will send him to Hawaii for the World Championship in August.
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Matthew Pappas was crowned statewide Pokemon champ at the Minnesota tournament in Burnsville last month. The 12-year-old will travel to Indianapolis for the national championship in June. A victory there will send him to Hawaii for the World Championship in August.

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