District 10-AAA tournaments get started this week, and Rossview sails in as top seed after going undefeated in the district. The Lady Hawks (22-3 overall, and 16-0 in district) await the winner of a play-in game tomorrow between the two bottom seeds to see who they face in the quarter-finals.

#8 seed West Creek (1-21, and 1-15) faces #9 seed Montgomery Central (1-23, and 1-15) tomorrow at 6:00 pm at West Creek in the play-in game. The winner advances to play at Rossview against the Lady Hawks at 6:00 PM on Thursday, Feb. 14.

In the other quarter-finals games on Thursday:

  • Northwest (15-13, and 10-6) plays Springfield (15-12, and 10-6) play at 7:30 PM at Rossview. The two teams are essentially tied for the #4 seed, but this game will decide that once and for all. Winner advances to play in the semi-finals against the winner of Rossview against West Creek/Montgomery Central winner. Girls semi-finals and championship game will be at West Creek on Saturday and Monday respectively.
  • #2 seed Henry County (21-6, and 13-3) hosts #7 seed Kenwood (7-17, and 4-12) in the 6:00 PM game there.
  • #3 seed Clarksville High (14-10, and 11-5) plays #6 Northeast (10-19, and 6-10) plays in the 7:30 game at Henry County.

We will update all semi-final matchups on Friday morning.

District 10-AAA is in Region 5-AAA. The other side of Region 5-AA is District 9-AAA which is comprised of teams primarily in Wilson and Sumner Counties. The first round games in the region tournament will be played at the higher seed’s gym (#1 host #4, #2 hosts #3, etc) on Friday, Feb. 22 and Saturday, Feb. 23., then the semi-finals and finals for Region 5-AA beginning on Monday, Feb. 25 will be played at Gallatin, except in the unlikely case where District 10-AAA swept all opening round games, which would mean the region semi-finals and finals would be played at a 10-AAA school’s gym.

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