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IESA Seventh Grade Girls State Basketball Tournament Finals Rescheduled

BLOOMINGTON . The championship session of both the Class 7A and Class 7AA Illinois Elementary School Association (IESA) Girls State Final Basketball Tournaments scheduled for Thursday (Dec. 8) have been postponed.

The Class 7A third place and championship games will be played Saturday (Dec. 10) in Assumption at Central A&M Middle School. At 1:00 p.m. Saturday LaHarpe (24-2) meets Springfield Blessed Sacrament (21-2) for third place. In the championship game at 2:30 p.m. it will be Effingham St. Anthony (23-1) vs. Normal Epiphany (26-0).

The Class 7AA third place and championship games will be played Saturday (Dec. 10) at Normal Parkside. Riverton High School's gym, where the first three rounds of the tournament have been played, is not available. Country Club Hills Southwood (18-3) will play Springfield Franklin (19-1) for third place at 1:00 p.m. In the championship game, Edwardsville Liberty (18-2) battles Washington MS (24-0) at 2:30 p.m..

Since 1990, when the current two-class system for seventh and eighth grade girls basketball began, there have been a total of 30 undefeated state champions. In Class 7A there have been 7, the last being Martinsville (25-0) in 2002. In Class 7AA there have been 8, the last being Chatham Glenwood (27-0) in 2003. There have been 6 Class 8A unbeaten champions and 9 in Class 8AA.

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