High School Basketball: Southeast Bulloch at Savannah High

Savannah, GA – Both the girl’s and boy’s varsity basketball team hosted Southeast Bulloch tonight, December 15th. The Savannah High girls won 37-30, however the Savannah High boys would fall 68-60.




Don’t miss the 2015 Memorial Health Holiday Classic! Forty teams will compete in a tournament that will bring out the best in High School Athletics! The competition will take place at five venues across the District – Johnson High School, Beach High School, Islands High School, Windsor Forest High School & New Hampstead High School.  The competition will heat up as 20 boys teams and 20 girls teams go head to head in their respective divisions in an effort to be named the 2015 Holiday Classic Champion.

The competition runs from December 18-21st  with Johnson High School hosting the Championship on Monday, December 21st.  The three-day tournament also includes a “Sunday Showcase” where you’ll see Slam Dunk, 3 Point and 2 Ball Contests along with a Cheer Exhibition. It will be held at New Hampstead High School on Sunday, December 20th.  Start time is 5pm.

There are twenty games a day – four at each venue starting at 4:00pm.  Tickets are just $10.00 and this one price gets you into all games at all locations on that day!  The Sunday Showcase is just 5 dollars (No pre-sale of tickets. Tickets on sale at the door only).

Participating teams include schools from throughout Georgia, South Carolina and Florida.  Don’t miss one second of the action!  For game locations and the complete tournament bracket, please visit the Athletics page of SCCPSS.com.


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