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(Park Hills, Mo.) The quarterfinal round of the MAAA Conference Tournament begins today at the Bob Sechrest Fieldhouse in Park Hills with two girls games and two boys games on the MyMoInfo SportStream.

The 8th ranked, top seeded, and undefeated Ste. Genevieve girls team starts the day against 4-16 #9 seed Fredericktown at 4:00. Dragons head coach Jordanna Walk-Robison says her players have handled success just fine.

Fredericktown beat Valle Catholic 56-33 in the first round, but Blackcats head coach Scott Davis says the Dragons are a whole different beast.

The second game is #4 seed and 14-4 North County against #5  seed and 16-3 West County. It took overtime earlier this season for the Raiders to get past the Bulldogs. North County head coach Zac McVey tells us what his team has to do heading into tonight’s game against the Bulldogs.

West County coach Bobby Simily says the Raiders’ size can give anyone trouble.

The boys then take the court with top seeded and 15-4 Central facing #8 seed and 4-15 Potosi. Central has beaten the Trojans badly twice this year so far, but Rebels head coach Allen Davis isn’t taking a third victory for granted.

The final game of the day pits #4 seed and 11-8 Farmington against #5 seed and 14-8 Valle Catholic. This will be the first meeting between these two teams. Knights head coach Terry Noble is very familiar with the Warriors have coached at Valle prior to coming to Farmington.

Valle Catholic won their first round game over Bismarck. Warriors head coach Tyler Search says he was proud of his teams defense after Saturday’s win.

We’ll broadcast all four of these MAAA Conference Tournament games on the MyMoInfo SportsStream starting with the Flieg’s Equipment Pregame Show at 3:45.


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