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High School Basketball Enters Last Week of the Regular Season

It’s the final week of the regular season for high school basketball teams in the Upper Cumberland, and much is left to be decided in area District races. A total of 28 doubleheaders will be played between Monday and Saturday nights, with 18 of those having District implications.

Thus far, only five teams have clinched regular season championships out of 12 total girls’ and boys’ districts that feature teams from the Upper Cumberland. Those teams include: the Whitwell Lady Tigers, winners of the District 6-1A Regular Season Championship; the Clay County Lady Bulldogs and Bulldogs, respective winners in District 7-1A; the Coffee County Lady Red Raiders, champs of District 6-4A; and the undefeated Cookeville Lady Cavaliers, regular season champs in District 9-4A. The remaining regular season championships, along with seeding for the upcoming District Tournaments, will be determined by week’s end.

Here’s a look at this week’s games involving Upper Cumberland teams:

Monday, February 7
Smith Co. at Jackson Co.
Van Buren Co. at Hardy Memorial
Franklin Co. at Warren Co.

Tuesday, February 8
Jackson Co. at Clay Co.
Cumberland Co. at DeKalb Co.
Livingston Academy at Upperman
York Institute at Monterey
Stone Memorial at Knoxville Webb
Gordonsville at Van Buren Co.
Macon Co. at White Co.

Wednesday, February 9
Sequatchie Co. at York Institute

Thursday, February 10
Clay Co. at Macon Co.
Clarkrange at Oneida
Jackson Co. at Bledsoe Co.
Cannon Co. at Monterey
Upperman at Stone Memorial
Hardy Memorial at Van Buren Co.

Friday, February 11
Wilson Central at Cookeville
Cumberland Co. at White Co.
DeKalb Co. at Upperman
Sequatchie Co. at Jackson Co.
Livingston Academy at Stone Memorial
Cannon Co. at Monterey
South Pittsburg at Van Buren Co.
Bledsoe Co. at York Institute

Saturday, February 12
Harriman at Clay Co.
White Co. at Cumberland Co.
Van Buren Co. at Grundy Co.

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