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February 13, 2014

Tuttle, Minco, Rush to host district, regional playoffs

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GRADY COUNTY —

 Am-Po travels to Wayne, where they will play either the hosts or Silo in District 4 on Feb. 22. They'll play either Dibble, Ninnekah or No. 5 Cordell in the first round of regionals in Amber. Dibble and Ninnekah face each other in an elimination game on Friday, Feb. 21at 6:30 p.m.  in Cordell for the right to play the hosts the following night and pass through to regionals. 

The Ninnekah boys will have to beat Cordell on Friday, Feb. 21, to play Ninnekah in Cordell the next day in District 1. A win would also see the Owls through to play either Silo, Wayne or Am-Po boys in the regional round in Amber. The Panthers also have a District semifinal to play on Friday at 8 p.m. against Wayne.

Rush Springs boys must get past Elmore-City Pernell to take on Christian Heritage in the District 5 final.

Chickasha will host the Class 4A Area III round March 6-8. Class 2A Area I, the bracket with Minco, travels to Weatherford for their area tournament, and Area III heads to Byng.

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