Holiday tournaments to follow

Article and photos courtesy of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution –> Original Article Here

Football season is over, which means those players can now join their basketball teams and the winter’s most exciting prep sport and go into full swing. While most teams are still tuning up, the holidays are where great matchups take place with top opponents from around the country, and in some instances, from outside of the country.

Here’s a look at the top 10 teams from both the boys and girls and the holiday tournaments they’ll be participating in.


1. South Atlanta – Peach State Classic, Dec. 21-23 at Clayton State

2. Therrell – Peach State Classic; Tucker Shoot-Out, Dec. 26

3. Thomasville – Holiday Hoopfest, Dec. 26-28 at Thomasville

4. Dublin – Phoebe Sumter Shootout, Dec. 21 at Americus Sumter

5. Monticello – Chuck Miller Holiday Classic, in progress at Henry County

6. Callaway – N/A*

7. Josey –Holiday Round Ball Classic, in progress at University of North Alabama

8. Butler – Holiday Round Ball Classic; Sweet South Classic, Dec. 28-29 at Morgan County

9. Laney – Holiday Round Ball Classic

10. Putnam County – Christmas Tournament, Dec. 27-29 at Mary Persons


1. Laney – Holiday Round Ball Classic, in progress at University of North Alabama

2. Model – Rome News-Tribune Holiday Festival, in progress with games at Georgia Highlands and Berry’s Cage Center

3. Rabun County – Franklin Tournament, Dec. 21-28 at Franklin (NC)

4. Dodge County – Holiday Tournament, Dec. 27-29 at Georgia College

5. Vidalia – VHS Christmas Tournament, Dec. 27-29 at Vidalia

6. Fitzgerald – Ronalda Pierce Hoop Fest, Dec. 22, 23 and 29 at Turner County

7. Heard County – N/A*

8. Dade County – N/A*

9. Bryan County – N/A*

10. Pepperell – N/A*

*No tournament info available

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