Region V Basketball

Sitka’s March Madness!

Basketball_120All games at the BJ McGillis Gym at Mt. Edgecumbe High School. View the live webstream.

2A Girls
Game A – 3:00 PM Thu Mar 7
Game B – 6:30 PM Thu Mar 7
Game F – 8:00 AM Fri Mar 8
Game C – 11:30 AM Fri Mar 8
Game G – 3:00 PM Sat Mar 9

Note: Winner of Game C will be the #1 seed at the state tournament. The Winner of Game G will be the #2 seed at state. There will be no Games D or E in this bracket.

2A Boys
Game A – 4:45 PM Thu Mar 7
Game B – 8:15 PM Thu Mar 7
Game F – 9:45 AM Fri Mar 8
Game C – 1:15 PM Fri Mar 8
Game G – 4:45 PM Sat Mar 9

Note: Winner of Game C will be the #1 seed at the state tournament. The Winner of Game G will be the #2 seed at state. There will be no Games D or E in this bracket.

3A Girls
Game B – 6:30 PM Wed Mar 6
Game E – 11:30 AM Thu Mar 7
Game C – 6:30 PM Fri Mar 8
Game D – 6:30 PM Sat Mar 9 Note: This is now a crossover game between Sitka and Juneau Douglas High School.

3A Boys
Game B – 8:15 PM Wed Mar 6
Game E – 1:15 PM Thu Mar 7
Game C – 8:15 PM Fri Mar 8
Game D – 8:15 PM Sat Mar 9 Note: This is now a crossover game between Mt. Edgecumbe and Thunder Mountain High School.

4A Girls
Game B – 3:00 PM Wed Mar 6
Game E – 8:00 AM Thu Mar 7
Game C – 3:00 PM Fri Mar 8
Game D – 6:30 PM Sat Mar 9 Now a crossover game with 3A. See above.

4A Boys
Game B – 4:45 PM Wed Mar 6
Game E – 9:45 AM Thu Mar 7
Game C – 4:45 PM Fri Mar 8
Game D – 8:15 PM Sat Mar 9 Now a crossover game with 3A. See above.

Note: “D” games will be played only if a team loses for the first time in the final. Otherwise, “D” games will be crossover contests between the winners of each tournament.

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