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Sports : Albany Tournament top seeds : Polo girls and South Harrison boys
Posted by Tom on 2012/11/16 9:30:00 (470 reads) News by the same author

The Polo Lady Panthers have the #1 seed, along with the #1 seeded South Harrison Bulldog boys in the season-opening Albany Invitational Basketball Tournament, November 26th through December 1st at Albany High School.

Here is the SCHEDULE for the Albany Tournament:

Girls Quarterfinals:

#1 Polo vs. #7 Albany : Monday 11/26 at 4:45 PM
#4 Princeton vs. #5 LaPlata : Monday 11/26 at 6:15 PM

Girls Pool Play:

#2 South Harrison vs. #6 Stanberry : Tuesday 11/27 at 9:15 PM
#3 King City vs. #6 Stanberry : Monday 11/26 at 7:45 PM
#2 South Harrison vs. #3 King City : Wednesday 11/28 at 4:45 PM

Girls Consolation Semifinal:

Polo/Albany loser vs. Princeton/Worth County loser : Wednesday 11/28 at 7:45 PM

Girls CHAMPIONSHIP Semifinal:

Polo/Albany winner vs. Princeton/Worth County winner : Thursday 11/29 at 6:00 PM

Girls Games on Friday 11/30:

Consolation Final at 5:30 PM, 3rd Place Game at 8:30 PM

Girls Game on Saturday 12/1:

Championship Game at 7:00 PM


Boys Quarterfinals:

#1 South Harrison vs. #7 Princeton : Tuesday 11/27 at 7:45 PM
#4 Polo vs. #5 King City : Monday 11/26 at 6:15 PM[/b]

Boys Pool Play:

#2 Stanberry vs. #6 Worth County : Monday 11/26 at 9:15 PM
#3 Albany vs. #6 Worth County : Tuesday 11/27 at 4:45 PM
#2 Stanberry vs. #3 Albany : Wednesday 11/28 at 6:15 PM

Boys Consolation Semifinal:

South Harrison/Princeton loser vs. Polo/King City loser : Wednesday 11/28 at 9:15 PM

Boys CHAMPIONSHIP Semifinal:

South Harrison/Princeton winner vs. Polo/King City winner : Thursday 11/29 at 7:30 PM

Boys Game on Friday 11/30:

Consolation Final at 7:00 PM

Boys Game on Saturday 12/1:

Third Place Game at 5:30 PM, Championship Game at 8:30 PM

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