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Area AA Basketball Games Postponed

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The weather continues to disrupt the final weekend of the AA basketball regular season. All CMR and Great Falls High games scheduled for Friday and Saturday have been postponed, while Saturday's games between Helena and Missoula schools have been delayed as well.

The Rustler and Bison boys were supposed to travel to Billings for a pair of games, while the girls were to play in Great Falls. According to the Great Falls Public Schools office, Friday's games have tentatively been rescheduled for Monday, while Saturday's games will be made up on Tuesday.

Monday's Varsity games will tip-off at 7:30pm, while Tuesday's Varsity games will start at 4:00pm.

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As far as the Helena schools are concerned, their games against the Missoula schools scheduled for Saturday have been postponed as well. This, on the heels of Thursday night's contests being delayed. Just like the Great Falls/Billings games, the Helena/Missoula games will be made up on Monday and Tuesday. KFBB has been told that games will be played at the times they were scheduled originally scheduled for.

We will continue to update this as more details become available.

 

 

 

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