Best of Preps Basketball Scores

Thursday, December 27, 2012

Best of Prep Tournament Scores

Saturday's Results:

BOYS

Championship, McCallie 63, Baylor 57

Third-Place, Notre Dame 96, Ooltewah 78

Fifth-Place, Boyd-Buchanan 66, Chattanooga Patriots 40

Seventh-Place, North Jackson (Ala.) 54, Red Bank 52

GIRLS

Championship, Baylor 39, Cleveland 35

Third place, GPS 59, Chattanooga Christian 35

Fifth place, East Hamilton 53, Silverdale Baptist 36

Seventh place, Brainerd 50, Arts & Sciences 42

Friday's Results:

Winners Bracket
 
GIRLS Semifinals

Baylor 50, Chattanooga Christian 22

Cleveland 51, GPS 27

Losers Bracket

East Hamilton 62, Arts & Sciences 31

Silverdale Baptist 49, Brainerd 38

BOYS Semifinals

Baylor 52, Notre Dame 33

McCallie 67, Ooltewah 56

BOYS Losers Bracket

 Chattanooga Patriots 68, Red Bank 41

 Boyd-Buchanan 70, North Jackson 47

 Baylor 52, Notre Dame 33

 McCallie 67, Ooltewah 56

Thursday's Results:

GIRLS
 
Cleveland 56 Silverdale 40

GPS 53 Brainerd 33

CCS 58 CSAS 50 OT

Baylor 44 East Hamilton 42
 
BOYS

Notre Dame 69 Red Bank 61

Baylor 61, Chattanooga Patriots 20

McCallie 60, Boyd-Buchanan 43

Ooltewah 76, North Jackson 55


 



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