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  1. Anyone know the dates and where each tournament is being held? Furthermore, does anyone know the qualification process for each league? I've enclosed the M7's policy, this is accurate unless it was changed prior to the start of the season: District Tournament 1st Place 12 points 2nd Place 10 points 3rd Place 8 points 4th Place 4 points 5th Place 0 points 6th place 0 points 7th Place 0 points Regular Season District Standings 1st Place 16 points 2nd Place 12 points 3rd Place 9 points 4th Place 6 points 5th Place 3 points 6th place 2 points 7th Place 1 point
  2. I’m guessing tonight’s results have opened things up a bit. Given that everyone in the region has at least one loss with two weeks to play, could someone (VHSL Helper) breakdown some scenarios?
  3. Who knows Havoc? The rules have nothing written down about splitting points, maybe a coin flip decides the points? It also says common opponents matter, which would give edge to Union, on another part it says you exclude tournament games but that's just listed on the head-to-head tiebreak. This happens every single year, happened last year with Battle and Central. Why can we not get a points system like football that everyone understands? Can the ADs not just rotate turns keeping up with it on a year-to-year basis?
  4. Am I the only one who feels like mass confusion has occurred every year over regional basketball seeding since they started this new formula? We're into the final week of the regular season and seemingly not one person knows how Grayson Co. will factor into the regional bracket. I've said this for years but, why can't we have a points system like we have for football? Could an athletic director or group of athletic directors not keep up with points for teams in our region and then seed accordingly? Seems to me this would also boost attendance at basketball games. As it is now, unless it's a district game you are just playing for pride.
  5. What I was given before the season basically had points awarded for district finish (regular season and tournament) and had no mention of anything else. I’m guessing that’s wrong so I’m totally lost. I would think in any logical system Central would be much higher than 8th. I’ve got what I was given but, it says it’s too large to upload.
  6. I'm not sure if this is accurate or not but how any team that is fourth in their own district and third in the region is baffling to say the least.
  7. Ervin was 13-for-13 in that game, that has to be some type of VHSL record or at least tie one?
  8. Tonight's Quarterfinal Schedule: Ridgeview vs. Honaker (4 p.m.) John I. Burton vs. Marion (5:30 p.m.) Lebanon vs. Union (7 p.m.) Chilhowie vs. Central (8:30 p.m.) Day One Scores: Burton 78 Grundy 41 - Lebanon 57 Hurley 43 - Chilhowie 54 Rye Cove 44 - Ridgeview 63 Northwood 49
  9. WISE - - The bracket for the 2017 Grand Home Furnishings’ Boy’s Basketball Holiday Classic Presented by The Wolf, 92.1 FM WDIC Radio was released Tuesday. The event will kick off Wednesday, Dec. 27 at 4 p.m. inside the David J. Prior Convocation Center on the campus of UVa-Wise when the Hurley Rebels square off with the Lebanon Pioneers. The game will be the first of four on opening night as the Chilhowie Warriors will face the Rye Cove Eagles, the Northwood Panthers will square off with the Ridgeview Wolfpack and the John I. Burton Raiders will take on the Grundy Golden Wave. Quarterfinal action begins on Thursday, Dec. 28 as the Honaker Tigers faces the winner of the Northwood – Ridgeview contest at 4 p.m. before the Marion Scarlet Hurricanes play the winner of the Norton - Grundy game. The night session will feature the defending champion Union Bears playing the winner of the Hurley – Lebanon game before action wraps up with the Central Warriors taking on the winner of the Chilhowie – Rye Cove contest. Consolation bracket and semifinal action will commence on Friday, Dec. 29 beginning at 4 p.m. The action will get going at 11 a.m. with consolidation games Saturday, a 3-point shootout will also be held Saturday afternoon. The championship game is slated to tip at 5 p.m., the action will conclude at 7:30 p.m. when the UVa-Wise men’s basketball team faces Milligan College. A tournament pass can be purchased for $35 which will give the ticket holder access to all 18 tournament games. Single day tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students K – 12. Children under the age of five will be admitted free of charge. For more information about the second annual Grand Home Furnishings' Boy’s Basketball Holiday Classic, contact the David J. Prior Center Box Office at (276) 376-3431.
  10. Last I heard, WAXM was covering the Burton game.
  11. I’ve always wondered why they wait til all teams are eliminated. At the college level, all-conference teams are announced prior to the start of conference tournaments. Seems to me they would get more press that way as opposed to announcing the teams when everyone is in basketball mode.
  12. Fun fact. Clarke County's starting quarterback (Jordan Turner) started all season as a true freshman on the baseball team at UVa-Wise last year. Played shortstop and centerfield, kid is a good athlete.
  13. The Union - Central rivalry has gotten out of control. Both sides are equally to blame and the adults are as bad as the kids. Someone is going to end up getting seriously injured in a football or basketball game between these two. It’s past time an authority figure in the schools or central office stepped in.
  14. I understand that but you and the committee are taking strength and winning percentage to mean the same thing when that wording is different on different tiebreakers. At the least, it's poorly worded. It's left it open for controversy which is evidenced by the fact they had to have this meeting.
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