It will be girls hoops galore in The Green Mountain State at the 2015 Vermont Principals’ Association (VPA) Divisions II, III and IV state championships Saturday at Barre Auditorium.
This Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Allen Arena on the campus of Lipscomb University in Nashville will be buzzing with wall-to-wall basketball action at the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA) Division II boys and girls BlueCross Basketball Championships.
When the final basketball has tickled the twine, two boys teams and two girls teams will emerge as 2015 TSSAA state champions.
Bragging rights in the California Interscholastic Federation-Sac-Joaquin Section will be on the line Friday when two standout Sierra Foothill League girls basketball teams meet.
In that contest, Loomis Del Oro High School (14-4 overall and 3-1 in league play) will host Folsom High School (15-5 and 3-2).
This Saturday, two outstanding Georgia girls basketball teams separated by less than 10 miles of Interstate 20 will take to the hardcourt for a second-go-round.
In that game, Covington Newton High School (11-4) will host 10-5 Conyers Salem High School. The contest marks a 2014-15 season rematch, as on December 6, Salem edged Newton, 60-59.
Tyra Buss, a 5-foot-7 senior guard for the Mt. Carmel (Illinois) High School girls basketball team, has likely worn out countless nets with her numerous record-setting scoring exploits.
For starters, when Courtney Strain graduated in 2010, she set the Alabama High School Athletic Association (AHSAA) girls basketball career scoring record with 5,283 points.
Two outstanding girls basketball teams from the Omaha area will seek to assert themselves in a Nebraska School Activities Association Class 1 District 3 game this Friday.
Platteview High School, which is 11-1 overall and 4-0 in district play will host Omaha Concordia, which is 10-3 and 1-0.