Springfield(MO) Kickapoo won the Blue Division of the 68th Annual Springfield(MO) Greenwood Blue & Gold Tournament. It's the eleventh Blue & Gold title for the Chiefs. They defeated Fair Grove(MO) 64-45, Marshfield(MO) 68-35, Logan-Rogersville(MO) 55-21, and topped fellow 2014 T Of C entrant Willard(MO) 47-39 to win their division of the tournament.
Willard(MO) also competed in the 68th Annual Blue & Gold Tournament finishing as runners-up to Springfield(MO) Kickapoo in the Blue Division. Before falling to the Chiefs 39-47 in the final, the Tigers bested Buffalo(MO) 65-16, Crane(MO) 57-45, and Ozark(MO) 71-55.
Middle Village(NY) Christ the King won the STOP-DWI Tournament in Binghamton, New York for the fourth time in the 22-year history of the event. The Royals took down Toronto(OT) St. Michael's College 70-68, Philadelphia(PA) MC&S 65-63 and (#8 in the Northeast region - Prep Nation) Brookville(NY) Long Island Lutheran 56-53 in the final.
Fairfax(VA) Paul VI didn't have a game this past week.
High Point(NC) Wesleyan Christian went from the east coast to the west coast in order to play in the Under Armour Holiday Classic held in California. The Trojans went 2-2 in the event as the injury bug has hit the team in recent weeks. They defeated Lakewood(CA) Mayfair 62-57 and Oakland(CA) Bishop O'Dowd 64-59, but fell to Chino Hills(CA) 44-64 and Westtown(PA) 61-64.
Sun Valley(CA) Village Christian took third place in the Hart(CA) Holiday Classic Tournament. They went 3-1 in the four-game event; beating Van Nuys(CA) Grant (82-54) & Glendale(CA) (69-53), but falling to Santa Maria(CA) Righetti (55-58), and defeating Palmdale(CA) Highland (76-67) for third place.
Montverde(FL) Academy captured yet another tournament title this week as they won the Wild Wings Cafe Hoop's Classic in Charlotte, NC. South Atlanta(GA) (98-39) and St. James(MD) (78-46) fell to the Eagles setting up a title match against 7th ranked (Prep Nation National Prep Poll) Charlotte(NC) Northside Christian, which the Eagles won 81-60.
Memphis(TN) White Station didn't play a game this week.
T Of C
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