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Tuesday Night UC Hoops: Clay/Pickett Postponed Again

Clay County and Pickett County will have to wait another week to for their top five showdowns. Tonight’s doubleheader, scheduled to be played in Celina, has been postponed due to icy road conditions from the weekend winter storm. The game has been rescheduled for Friday, February 4.

This makes the second time the first meeting of the season between the District 7-1A rivals has been postponed. The games were originally scheduled on Friday, January 7, but was postponed due to the weather. Clay and Pickett are now scheduled to meet in Byrdstown, next Tuesday night, January 25, in what was initially scheduled as the second meeting of the season.

Meanwhile, Livingston Academy’s home games with Stone Memorial for Tuesday night have been rescheduled for Thursday night, January 20, according to Wildcats’ head coach, Jimmy Miller.

Monterey and York Institute have also postponed their District 5-2A doubleheader. Those games will be made up Monday, January 31, according to York AD and boys’ coach, Rodney Pile.

Van Buren County has postponed their games at Grundy County. They have been rescheduled for Saturday, February 12, according to VBCHS AD and boys’ head coach, Dustin Sullivan.

White County’s games with Cumberland County have been postponed, as confirmed by Warriorettes’ coach Michael Dodgen. No makeup date has been set, as of now.

Several games will be played tonight as scheduled, per various sources. Those games include:

Clarkrange at Gordonsville (Confirmed by Clarkrange AD and girls’ coach, Lamar Rogers)

Upperman at DeKalb Co. (Confirmed by Upperman Basketball Twitter)

Jackson Co. at Red Boiling Springs (Confirmed by Jackson Co. AD and girls’ coach, Jim Brown)

Mt. Juliet at Cookeville (Confirmed by both CHS and Lady Cavs Twitter)

Warren Co. at Franklin Co. (Confirmed by Warren Co. boys’ coach Chris Sullens)

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