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Holiday basketball tournaments scheduled

Winter break is here, and that means it's time for holiday basketball tournaments. Here's a roundup of local boys' and girls' tournaments in the bay area over the next few weeks. If we're missing a schedule, send it to


Brighthouse Holiday Tournament

Where: Clearwater High

County teams involved: Bloomingdale, Alonso

Monday: consolation games, 3 and 4:30; semifinals, 6 and 7:30

Tuesday: consolation games, 3, 4:30 and 6:30; final, 8:15

Bishop McLaughlin Christmas Tournament

Where: Bishop McLaughlin Catholic

County teams involved: Carrollwood Day

Monday: consolations, 2 and 3:45; semifinals, 5:30 and 7:15

Tuesday: consolations, 2, 3:45 and 5:30; final, 7:15

Bay Classic Christmas Tournament

Where: Bayshore Christian

Monday: Tampa Bay Christian vs. Lakeside Christian, 5; Victory Christian vs. Bayshore Christian, 7

Tuesday: consolation game, 5; final, 7

Berkeley Basketball Invitational

Where: Berkeley Prep

Monday: East Bay vs. St. Petersburg, 3; Wharton vs. Admiral Farragut, 4:30; Vero Beach vs. Strawberry Crest, 6; Berkeley Prep vs. Lakeland, 7:30

Tuesday: consolation games, 3 and 4:30; semifinals, 6 and 7:30

Wednesday: consolation games, 3, 4:30 and 6; final, 7:30

Seffner Holiday Classic

Where: Seffner Christian

Monday: Wesley Christian (Ky.) vs. McKeel Academy, 5:30; Landmark Christian vs. Seffner, 7

Tuesday: consolation game, 5:30; final, 7

Jesuit Invitational

Where: Jesuit High

Tuesday: Mitchell vs. Durant, 6; Armwood vs. Jesuit, 7:30

Wednesday: consolation game, 6; final, 7:30

City of Tampa Championship

Where: Tampa Prep

Wednesday: Blake vs. Chamberlain, 3; Tampa Catholic vs. Sickles, 4:30; Robinson vs. Plant, 6; King vs. Tampa Prep, 7:30

Thursday: consolation games, 3 and 4:30; semifinals, 6 and 7:30

Friday: consolation games, 3, 4:30 and 6; final, 7:30

Northeast Christmas Invitational

Where: Northeast High

Dec. 26: Sunlake vs. Largo, 4; Newsome vs. Northeast, 5:30; Wharton vs. Dixie Hollins, 7; Tampa Bay Tech vs. Lakewood, 8:30

Dec. 27: consolation games, 4 and 5:30; semifinals, 7 and 8:30

Dec. 28: consolation games, 4, 5:30 and 7; final, 8:30

Buffalo Wild Wings Holiday Classic

Where: Alonso

Dec. 27: Riverview vs. Robinson, noon; Wesley Chapel vs. Armwood, 1:45; King vs. Gaither, 3:30; Leto vs. Alonso, 5:15

Dec. 28: consolation games, noon and 1:45; semifinals, 3:30 and 5:15

Dec. 29: consolation games, 2 and 3:45; final, 5:30

Ram Classic

Where: Ridgewood

Dec. 28: East Lake vs. Brandon, 2; Clearwater vs. George Jenkins, 3:45; Southeast vs. Anclote, 5:30; St. Petersburg Catholic vs. Ridgewood, 7:15

Dec. 29: consolation games, 2 and 3:45; semifinals, 5:30 and 7:15

Dec. 30: consolation games, 2, 3:45 and 5:30; final, 7:15

Suncoast Classic

Where: Keswick Christian

Dec. 28: Brooks-DeBartolo vs. Shorecrest, 11:30; Carrollwood Day vs. Mount Dora, 2:30; Agape Christian vs. Tarpon Springs, 5:30; Calvary Christian vs. Keswick, 8:30

Dec. 29: consolation games, 1 and 2:30; semifinals, 7 and 8:30

Dec. 30: consolation games, 11:30, 2:30 and 5:30; final, 8:30


Mustang Christmas Tournament

Where: Northside Christian

Dec. 19: Upperman (Tenn.) vs. Countryside, 10; Creekside vs. Spoto, 1; Siegal (Tenn.) vs. Seven Rivers, 4; Osceola vs. Northside, 5:30

Dec. 20: consolation games, 10 and 11:30; semifinals, 4 and 5:30

Dec. 21: consolation games, 10, 1 and 4; final, 7

Jaguar Holiday Classic

Where: Academy of the Holy Names

Dec. 27: East Bay vs. St. Petersburg Catholic, 2:30; Academy at the Lakes vs. Plant, 4; Brooks-DeBartolo vs. Durant, 5:30; Tampa prep vs. Holy Names, 7

Dec. 28: consolation games, 2:30 and 4; semifinals, 5:30 and 7

Dec. 29: consolation games, 2:30, 4, and 5:30; final, 7

Holiday basketball tournaments scheduled 12/17/11 [Last modified: Saturday, December 17, 2011 3:30am]
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