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Tuesday, March 7, 2017

CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT CENTRAL

Here is the schedule of the four VHSL State Championship Basketball games involving RVA teams this week at the Siegel Center.

TICKETS: $10, Children 6 and under admitted free with a paying parent (Note: One ticket will be good for both 5A State Championships on Saturday morning/afternoon)

PARKING: Use the Broad Street parking deck diagonally across from the Siegel Center. $$

WATCH: VHSL has exclusive rights to live video coverage of the games. You can watch, for a fee, at this link: http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/associations/vhsl  (NOTE: Due to this, we cannot stream via Periscope or Facebook Live any of the games.)

TWITTER: Our Live Tweet Coverage is listed with each game below.

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THURSDAY:

The 2A State Boys Championship:

RE Lee-Staunton 84, Amelia 71 (Five Raiders score in double figures, led by Eric Medley's 17 points as the Raiders finish their season at 23-5.)

FRIDAY:

The 4A State Girls Championship:

Monacan 60, King's Fork 59 (Megan Walker scores the championship-winning basket in the final seconds to complete a miracle comeback, down 11 points after three periods, but scoring 28 points in the fourth to claim their third-straight 4A State Championship. Walker finishes with 35 points, and 2,062 points all-time, tied for 27th best in Virginia High School League history).

CLICK HERE to read our Championship Game summary and story!




SATURDAY:

The 5A State Girls Championship:

Princess Anne 77, Highland Springs 60

The 5A State Boys Championship:

L.C. Bird 65, Bethel 52





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