Class A/AA Teams Ready For Regional Tournament

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District 11

Grace Christian Lions – After topping Culleoka in the first round of the District 11-A tournament, GCA fell to Columbia Academy in the district tournament semifinals. The Lion boys will face Richland in the consolation game at Culleoka on Tuesday night for seeding in the regional tournament.

Despite showing growth throughout the season, the young Lady Lions finished winless in the first season in TSSAA after falling in the first round of the district playoffs to number one Columbia Academy.

Fairview Yellow Jackets – After a difficult season, the Yellow Jackets won their opening round game against Hickman County, before falling to Creek Wood in the second round to finish their season at 2-25.

The Lady Jackets fell in the first round of the district playoffs to Stewart County. The Fairview girls finished the season at 9-17.

District 12

CPA Lions – The Lions have won 68 consecutive district contests that brought their record to 20-8. CPA’s boys have won their district 8 of the last 10 years and have won 20 games in 10 straight years. The Lions will begin play on the 27th in the Region 6 tournament at Spring Hill High School.

The Lady Lions have had a season much like their male counterparts. The CPA girls are currently at 22-4 and went undefeated in 12-AA before finishing with the district title. The Lady Lions are currently riding a 14-game winning streak. The ladies’ regional tournament begins this Friday at Spring Hill.

Page Patriots – Page wrapped up a fairly inconsistent season as the Patriot boys fell in the first round of the district tournament to Cascade 94-92. Page finished the season at 11-13 overall.

On the other side, the Lady Patriots beat Spring Hill in the first round of the playoffs, before falling in the semifinals to CPA. In the consolation game, Page topped Cascade to finish third in the district. They will play in the first round of the regional tournament on Friday.

Spring Hill Raiders – The Raiders finished the season on a dry spell, dropping their final 15 games. The last loss came in the first round of the playoffs to Giles County. Spring Hill’s final record was 3-20 this season.

The Lady Raiders struggled after midseason suspensions and youth, but were able to finish 7-20 on the season. Spring Hill fell in the first round to the Page ladies.

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