Scheduling conflict postpones LTC All-Star hoops to Apr. 14

Posted Online: April 03, 2013, 6:28 pm
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By Terry Duckett,
The Lincoln Trail Conference will have to wait one more week before being able to put on its second annual All-Star Basketball Classic.

The girls' and boys' hoops doubleheader, originally postponed from Mar. 24 to this Sunday, has been postponed one more time, this time to the following Sunday (Apr. 14). A scheduling conflict meant the Kewanee Armory, the site of the games, was unavailable for use this week.

Admission to the games is $5 per person and $15 for a family of three or more individuals. Babies in arms will be let in for free.

-- By Terry Duckett


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