The 2018 Talladega County Basketball tournament is set to resume on Friday. The girls bracket will be played at Winterboro High School in Alpine on Friday. The boys bracket will be played at Talladega High School on Friday.The semifinals for the boys and girls will be played at Talladega High School on Saturday. The girls semifinals will be played at 3 p.m. and 4:30 p.m.; the boys semifinals will be at 6 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. The championship games will be Monday at Talladega.
The threat of winter weather has forced postponement of Tuesday’s games in the Talladega County basketball tournament. Tuesday’s schedule of games will move to Wednesday, Talladega head coach Chucky Miller said Monday. Talladega is the host school for this year’s tournament. The postponement decision came after talks with superintendents of the three public school systems with teams participating.
TALLADEGA -- No. 7 seed Sylacauga High School girls basketball team defeated No. 2 seed Fayetteville 44-35 on Monday night in the opening round of the 2018 Talladega County Tournament at Chuck Miller Arena on Monday night.“It’s a win, ”Sylacauga head coach Derrick Crawford said. “We survived and advanced. We will go back to work, it won't be (Tuesday) because we will be out of school.
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