Tourney

January 6, 2014
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With the start of another Ripley County Tourney, it continues to be the oldest and longest running tourney in the state of Indiana.  Even though in recent years it has not been the sellout it once was, it still should be an exciting tourney.  The girls portion will feature JCD and Batesville as favorites, and the boys portion should have the highly ranked Bulldogs as the favorite.  From past experiences I would not bet the house on either of these tourneys, however.  I don’t know how many resulted in upsets in the past, but I know there have been plenty.  Added to the tourney now is the introduction of the latest class inducted into the RCHOF, so go to JCD on Tuesday and Friday to watch the girls play and Wednesday and Saturday at Batesville for the boys portion.  The introductions for the Hall of Fame will take place on Saturday between games.  Go and support your local team and take part in the history of the Ripley County Tourney.

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