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Charleston grabs top seed for Christmas tournament
Charleston, winners of 15 of the past 30 Southeast Missourian Christmas Tournaments, will be the top seed in this year's boys basketball tournament which will begin Dec. 26 at the Show Me Center.
The Blue Jays just edged out two-time defending champion Jackson at the seeding meeting which took place on Sunday. The Indians are seeded second, followed by Bell City, Central and Notre Dame.
The championship game of the tournament will take place on Dec. 30.
Lady Devils Invitational
After having its schedule interrupted due to snow, the Lady Devils Invitational girls basketball tournament will conclude tonight at Chaffee High School.
Top-seeded Delta will face No. 3 Sikeston in the championship game at 8:30 p.m. Delta made it to the finals by beating No. 4 Oran 65-22 in one semifinal, while Sikeston knocked off No. 2 Kelly 70-58 in the other semifinal.
Oran and Kelly will play in the third-place game at 7 p.m. In the consolation final, Scott County Central will face Chaffee at 5:30 p.m. Chaffee defeated Scott City 60-43 consolation play, and Scott County beat East Prairie 80-21.
Jackson senior midfielder Cameron Keller was omitted from the boys soccer all-state story in Saturday's edition.
Keller was named honorable-mention all-state by the Missouri Soccer Coaches Association. The Indians fell to Central in the championship game of the Class 3 District 1 tournament. Keller was Jackson's lone all-state representative.