First off, Modern Woodmen Financial has stepped up in a big way with their sponsorship support, said LHS boys coach Jim McDowell. Secondly, this will be a tremendous opportunity to show off our new facility. Were hoping all the basketball fans will come by and watch a couple of games. It ought to be fun.
Single day admission is $6 for adults; $4 for students. A two-day pass will be available for $10. For those who have had their full of Thanksgiving turkey or football on TV, games will start early both days.
The Watertown boys team will join both the Lebanon High boys and girls programs as Wilson County participants. Macon County High, Smith County, Antioch, Riverdale, Loretto, Franklin Page and Chattanooga Christian will make up the rest of the classic field. Here's the schedule:
Friday, Nov. 2310:00Macon County vs. Page (Girls)11:30Macon County vs. Page (Boys)1:00Smith County vs. Grace Christian Acad. (Girls)2:30Smith County vs. Watertown (Boys)4:00Antioch vs. Riverdale (Boys)5:30Lebanon vs. Antioch (Girls)7:00Lebanon vs. Oakland (Boys)Saturday, Nov. 248:30Oakland vs. Antioch (Boys)10:00Antioch vs. Smith County (Girls)11:30Riverdale vs. Smith County (Boys)1:00Grace Christian Academy vs. Loretto (Girls)2:30Page vs. Loretto (Boys)4:00Page vs. Moore County (Girls)5:30Watertown vs. Moore County (Boys)7:00Lebanon vs. Macon County (Girls)8:30Lebanon vs. Macon County (Boys)