Events

3A Region V Tournament

All games played in Ketchikan. Sitka and Mt. Edgecumbe games will be broadcast live in Sitka by KIFW-AM 1230. View the live stream here.

Wed Feb 29 – Opening Round
Girls
BYE – Sitka
Haines vs. Wrangell, 48-32
Craig vs. Petersburg, 53-44
Mt. Edgecumbe vs. Metlakatla, 49-45
Boys
BYE – Sitka
Metlakatla vs. Craig, 60-45
Haines vs. Wrangell, 75-50
Mt. Edgecumbe vs. Petersburg, 63-37

Thu Mar 1
Girls – Championship Bracket
Craig vs. Metlakatla, 59-38
Sitka vs. Haines, 56-40
Girls – Losers Bracket
Petersburg vs. Mt. Edgecumbe, 43-37
Boys – Championship Bracket
Haines vs. Mt. Edgecumbe, 27-24
Sitka vs. Metlakatla, 61-48
Boys – Losers Bracket
Wrangell vs. Petersburg, 46-37

Fri Mar 2
Girls – Championship Game
Sitka vs. Craig, 56-40
Boys – Championship Game
Sitka vs. Mt. Edgecumbe, 53-45
Girls – Losers Bracket
Wrangell vs. Metlakatla, 44-27
Haines vs. Mt. Edgecumbe, 34-33
Boys – Losers Bracket
Craig vs. Haines, 51-47
Metlakatla vs. Wrangell, 46-30

Sat Mar 3
Boys – Losers Bracket
Metlakatla vs. Craig, 66-48
Girls – Losers Bracket
Mt. Edgecumbe vs. Metlakatla, 52-47
Boys – Runner-up Game
Mt. Edgecumbe vs. Metlakatla, 59-47
Girls – Runner-up Game
Craig vs. Mt. Edgecumbe, 58-52

2012 Region V 3A Tournament Brackets

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