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Area Teams to Play in Christmas Tournaments

Posted 12/21/21

McKenzie’s teams play in a tournament in Stewart County on Monday, December 27 and Tuesday, December 28. The Lady Rebels will play Clarksville at 10:30 a.m. on December 27 and Stewart County at noon on December 28 while the Rebels will face West Creek at noon on December 27 and Stewart County at 10:30 a.m. on December 28.

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Area Teams to Play in Christmas Tournaments

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McKenzie’s teams play in a tournament in Stewart County on Monday, December 27 and Tuesday, December 28. The Lady Rebels will play Clarksville at 10:30 a.m. on December 27 and Stewart County at noon on December 28 while the Rebels will face West Creek at noon on December 27 and Stewart County at 10:30 a.m. on December 28.

Huntingdon will host the annual Huntingdon Point Guard Coca Cola Tournament with both Huntingdon teams playing along with West Carroll’s Lady Eagles, both South Gibson teams, both Collinwood teams, both Chester County teams, both Riverside teams, Camden girls, Dyer County girls, Waverly boys, USJ boys, and Greenfield boys.

The tournament tips off with eight games on Tuesday, December 28, Wednesday, December 29, and Championships on Thursday, December 30.

The West Carroll Lady Eagles will play in the Gibson County Pre-Christmas Tournament on December 20-22 and at the Huntingdon Tournament. The War Eagles will play in the Westview Christmas Tournament in Martin December 27-29.

The Gleason Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs will be playing in the Westview Christmas Tournament December 27-29.

Bruceton and Clarksburg are not scheduled to participate in any holiday tournaments.

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