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Lots of High School Holiday Tournament Start Thursday

Ashli Gerdes

The High School Holiday Tournaments really get going Thursday with tournaments being held at St. Cloud Tech and Cathedral high school in St. Cloud.  Tech will host a girls basketball Tech Invite beginning at 2pm today when Tech plays against Braham.  Rocori will play Isle at Tech at 5:45.  The Tech tournament concludes Friday.

Cathedral girls basketball plays Sauk Centre at 6pm tonight in the Pierz Invitational.  Apollo girls basketball plays Albany in the Little Falls tournament at 2pm Friday.

Cathedral hosts the Crusader Holiday Classic boys basketball tournament starting Thursday.  The first game begins at 2pm today when Pierz plays Braham.  Cathedral faces Southland at 7pm tonight.  The Granite City Classic boys basketball tournament starts Friday at Apollo High School.

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