(02/17/2014)
By Gaylen Duskey
realfang@citlink.net

If you like high school basketball, well, then this week ought to make you smile.

Why?

Because in four days the Calhoun High School boys basketball team plays four games. Back-to-back-to-back …

It starts tonight with a boy-girl doubleheader with Doddridge County.

The game is a “white out” game with the team asking fans to wear white to the contest. It is also senior night with the Red Devils honoring seniors Ryan Slider, Mason Sheldon and Cody Starcher. Tonight's game will be followed Tuesday by a varsity-junior varsity doubleheader at Mount Zion with South Harrison. It will be the last scheduled home game of the year.

Then it is on the road to Doddridge for another boy-girl doubleheader against the Bulldogs on Wednesday.

The final game will be Thursday night when the Red Devils play in the LKC play-in game for a position to be determined against a team to be determined, probably either Ritchie or Doddridge. The only thing certain about the game is that it will be on the road.

The regular season comes to an end next Monday night when the Red Devils travel to Clay County for a doubleheader.

Tournament action is Saturday against an opponent and at a location to be determined.

All this week's jam packed schedule is because of the rough winter weather which forced several postponements and rescheduling attempts.


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