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Pairings Set for the Annual Mike Miller Basketball Classic
Pairings Set for the Annual Mike Miller Basketball Classic

Pairings Set for the Annual Mike Miller Basketball Classic

The 2013 Mike Miller Basketball Classic will be held at the Corn Palace on Friday and Saturday December 27th and 28th.

The feature game will match Findlay Prep of Las Vegas against DeLasalle of Minneapolis.

Friday:

3pm – SF O’Gorman vs Patrick Henry (Minneapolis)
4:30pm – SF Washington vs DeLaSalle (Minneapolis)
6pm – Mitchell vs La Lumiere (Indiana)
7:30pm – SF Lincoln vs West Oaks Academy (Florida)
9pm – SF Roosevelt vs Flora McDonald (North Carolina)

Saturday:
1:30pm – Mitchell Christian vs Patrick Henry (Minneapolis)
3:30pm – La Lumiere (Indiana) vs West Oaks Academy (Florida)
5:15pm – SF Washington vs Flora McDonald (North Carolina)
7pm – Mitchell vs SF O’Gorman
8:45pm – Findlay Prep (Nevada) vs De LaSalle (Minneapolis)

Tickets go on sale October 1st.

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