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Teams Announced For CVC Basketball Tournament PDF Print
Written by Andrew Buchbinder   
Thursday, 15 November 2012 08:58

The Hickory Metro Sports Commission has announced the teams for the 26th annual Catawba Valley Classic High School Basketball tournament that will be

held Thursday, December 27 through Saturday, December 29, 2012.  The tournament will feature the men's and women's teams from eight area high schools competing in the three day event.  Participating high schools include: Alexander Central, Bunker Hill, Fred T. Foard, Hickory, Maiden, Newton-Conover, South Caldwell and St. Stephens.
On the 27th and 28th all men's games are played at Catawba Valley Community College and all women's games are played at Hickory High School.  Games start at 4:00 at Hickory High and 4:30 at CVCC.  All games on the 29th will be played at CVCC starting at 1:00.  Tournament brackets and game times for each team for the first day of play will be announced in mid-December.
The Catawba Valley Classic has been well known throughout the region as the premier holiday high school event over the past 25 years.  The Hickory Metro Sports Commission serves as the host organization for the event and distributes the gate receipts among the participating schools.  Following the 2011 event each high school playing in the event received a donation of more than $2,700.  Tournament sponsors are solicited to cover operating the expenses.  If you are interested in getting involved with the tournament please contact the Sports Commission.
The Hickory Metro Sports Commission is a non-profit organization whose mission is to further the quality of life through the development, promotion, and recruitment of sporting events and activities to the Greater Hickory area.  For more information about the Sports Commission visit

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