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Coaches vs. Cancer Basketball Tournament Slated for JFK H.S. After Christmas

December 23, 2013 at 5:00 AM

PATERSON, NJ - John F. Kennedy High School will be hosting an eight-team boys' basketball tournament later this week that will bring together teams from five different counties around the state.
 
The Coaches vs. Cancer Great Falls Holiday Tournament gets under way on Friday, Dec. 27 with a quadruple-header in the JFK gym beginning at noon. The tournament will continue Saturday afternoon and Monday, with the championship game scheduled to be contested at 6 p.m. on Dec. 30.
 
 
Here is the schedule for the entire tournament:
 
Friday, Dec. 27 
Noon Game 1 - Trenton Central vs. North Bergen 
1:45 Game 2 - St. Joseph Regional vs. PCTI 

3:30 Game 3 - Columbia vs. Ramapo 
5:15 Game 4 - Paramus Catholic vs. John F. Kennedy 
 
Saturday, Dec. 28 
Noon Game 5 - l/o Game 1 vs. l/o Game 2 
1:45 Game 6 - l/o Game 3 vs. l/o Game 4 
3:30 Game 7 - w/o Game 1 vs. w/o Game 2 
5:15 Game 8 - w/o Game 3 vs. w/o Game 4 
 
Monday, Dec. 30 
2 p.m. 5th Place Game - w/o Game 5 vs. w/o Game 6 
4 p.m. 3rd Place Game - l/o Game 7 vs. l/o Game 8 
6 p.m. Championship Game - w/o 7 vs. w/o Game 8 
 

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