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Sports : Maysville girls and Gallatin boys earn top seeds for Gallatin Basketball Tournament
Posted by Tom on 2012/11/15 10:10:55 (646 reads) News by the same author

The Gallatin Invitational Basketball Tournament will run from Monday, November 26th to Saturday, December 1st, with the tournament seeds decided last (Wednesday) night and the bracket released earlier this (Thursday) morning.

The top seeds in the tournament will be the Lady Wolverines of Maysville High School and the Bulldogs of Gallatin High School. The Trenton girls and boys are both seeded second in their respective eight-team fields.

Quarterfinal play will begin on Monday, November 26th, with the Maysville girls playing #8 seed Newtown-Harris at 4:30, followed by the #4 seed Newtown-Harris boys playing #5 seed Maysville at 5:45. The 7 o'clock game features #2 seed Trenton in a girl's game with Tri-County at 7:00, with the Monday nightcap being the top-seeded Gallatin boys playing Tri-County at 8:15.

Quarterfinal games on TUESDAY, November 27th will start at 4:30 with the #4 seeded Winston Lady Redbirds battling Braymer. The 5:45 game matches the #3 seed Braymer boys and Winston. The 7:00 game will have the #3 seeded Gallatin Lady Bulldogs against Gilman City, while at 8:15 the #2 seeded Trenton boys play Gilman City.

Consolation semifinals will be played on Wednesday, November 28th, with championship semifinals on Thursday, November 29th. The 7th place and consolation finals will be Friday night, November 30th, with the third place and championship games played on Saturday, December 1st, starting with the girls third place game at 12 noon.

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