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Play begins on Tuesday with four girls’ games. The Lady Hounds, the fourth seed from the west subregion, open the tournament against Evans, the top seed from the east, at 3:30 p.m.
Games this week will settle the other seeds for the eight-school tournament. The No. 2 team from the west plays the No. 3 team from the east at 5 p.m., the No. 2 team from the east plays the No. 3 team from the west at 6:30 p.m., and the No. 1 team in the west plays the No. 4 team in the east at 8 p.m.
Jones County was to play at Warner Robins on Tuesday, and if the Lady Demons won, they would finish in a three-way tie with Northside-Warner Robins and Houston County for first in the subregion, and a coin flip would determine the seeding for those three.
Seeding for the boys’ bracket also could come down to a coin toss. The Greyhounds were to play at Warner Robins on Tuesday, and a victory by Jones County would leave it tied with Warner Robins and Northside-Warner Robins for first. A victory by Warner Robins, however, would make the Demons the first seed, Northside second and Jones County third.
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