Join the Douglas County girls as a big winner by playing Patch's basketball challenge.
Sunday, February 27, 2011
We’re one round into the Georgia High School Association’s basketball tournaments, and the Douglas County Lady Tigers remain perfect in their hunt for a AAAA state championship. Nobody is perefect in the Patch Georgia High School Basketball Challenge, but we do have our first two winners. Dan Matthews from Oconee Patch and Trey from Cartersville Patch proved to be the top prognosticators in the first round in Class AAAAA and Class AAAA, respectively, and each won a Patch prize pack, including a Patch polo shirt. They also took the lead in the competition for the Patch hoodie that goes to the top winners for the whole tournament in AAAAA and AAAA. Matthews was correct on 25 of 32 AAAAA games, one win ahead of Fembot from East Cobb Patch, …
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Thursday, February 24, 2011
How badly will the Douglas County Lady Tigers squash the Sequoyah girls basketball team, and can they complete their undefeated season with a state championship? Will they eventually meet up with the Chapel Hill girls, who take on Chattahoochee in what should be an exhilarating AAAA battle? How will the Chapel Hill boys fair against Cass? Will you sit back and watch what happens, or will you jump into the fray and be a part of the competition? High school teams across the state are a five-game winning streak from a state championship and lasting glory. It’s the time of year for Cinderella stories and dynasties—on and off the court. While your favorite teams are playing for their crowning achievement one game at a time in gyms and arenas, …