The final day of the school week was scuttled because of poor driving conditions leaving high school basketball in Montgomery County with nearly an entire week off. With that in mind, the long anticipated Northeast-Rossview boys basketball game has been moved to 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Rossview High School. Both teams waited until Friday morning to get official word on the status of the game. It was scheduled for Friday night and the matchup was going to be the featured game on MyTV 30.
Most of the high school wrestling dual season is wrapping up this week and early next week, and several schools in Montgomery County will have a chance in the district duals. Clarksville High originally had a four-team dual match Friday against Rossview, Mt. Juliet and Fort Campbell. But after heavy snow and ice blanketed much of Middle Tennessee, that quad has turned into a two-team dual match with just the Wildcats and Hawks.
The next couple of weeks will go a long way in determining which high school basketball teams are in the best position for a district championship. Meanwhile, the wrestling dual postseason begins next week as teams start their push for a spot in the state dual tournament in Franklin. Here are eight burning questions as we head down the stretch run. 1. Just how intense will the Rossview-Northeast game be on Friday?
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