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Weather postpones several basketball games

By Todd Richards

While the Winter Storm has finally let up, the after effects of the ice and snow have postponed a good portion of the high school hoops action.  That's because there are so many cancellations and communications has been difficult with so many schools.

Here is the information I have been able to confirm.  I will update anything else I can confirm tonight on Heartland News at 6 and also have an abbreviated version of Heartland Hoops tonight at 10.

Here is a short list of games that have been confirmed to be played Friday:

Heartland Hoops Friday Games

  • Webster Groves at Jackson
  • Park Hills at Farmington
  • Chester at Du Quoin (Heartland Hoops Subway Shot of the Night)
  • Harrisburg at Herrin
  • West Frankfort at Benton

Here is a list of games that have been postponed for tonight:

Heartland Hoops Friday Postponed Games

  • Poplar Bluff at Cape Central
  • Charleston at Kennett
  • Sikeston at Kelly
  • Stoddard County Tournament at Bloomfield ( I have been unable to make contact with Officials at Bloomfield but have told by Dexter Athletic Director Cory Mouser that his team will not play tonight. He also told me to the best of his knowledge all games are off tonight)
  • Scott County Central at Chaffee
  • Hayti at East Prairie
  • Leopold at Oran
  • Portageville at Caruthersville
  • Massac County at Murphysboro
  • Fairfield at Johnston City
  • Carterville at Carmi-White County
  • Hamilton County at Eldorado

Don't forget a busy weekend of college hoops ahead this weekend, including a Saturday night doubleheader at the Show Me Center.

Tennessee Tech at SEMO Women 5:30 p.m.

Tennessee Tech at SEMO Men 7:45. This game will also mark Rowdy's 4th Birthday Party and 500 T-Shirts will be tossed out to the crowd.  I look forward to seeing you at the Show Me Center!

If you can't make it out-- both games will be webcast live on!

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