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    TSSAA Announcements | Posted on: February 16, 2015

    Inclement Weather Update

    The Board of Control met via conference call Wednesday, Feburary 25, to further address the impact of inclement weather on the state’s postseason basketball tournament.

    The Division II State Tournament at Lipscomb University will proceed as scheduled beginning Thursday, February 26.

    The Board took the following action:

    • The Division I girls’ Sectional games will be held on Monday, March 2 at 7 PM local time.
    • The Division I boys’ Sectional games will be held on Tuesday, March 3 at 7 PM local time.
    • All remaining regional tournament games may be scheduled at any time.
    • There will not be a meeting to conduct the draws for the girls’ and boys’ state tournaments.  The Board believes both draws need to be conducted in the same manner.  Draws for both tournaments have been conducted and posted on the TSSAA website, in the same way it was done prior to returning to a live draw.

    Tournament brackets are available on the BlueCross Basketball Championships section of the TSSAA website.

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