All A Classic - Getting Away From It's Roots?

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  1. #61

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    Makes sense.

    The 8th region is an 8 team tournament including (Eminence, Carroll County, Owen County, Trimble County, Williamstown, Walton-Verona, Gallatin County, and Spencer County).

    Also, Carroll County as host this year is pretty centrally located for those eight teams. Plus, four of those schools, the last four listed above, are non-football schools and so this is their main sport.

    There are no private schools in the 8th region All A or the entire region for that matter (I believe).

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    The way its going now the name of the tournament should be changed from the "All A" Tournament to the "All" Tournament. KHSAA needs the money and teams need the extra tournament. Not a very "special" tournament anymore. I lost interest when AA schools began to play.

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    Originally posted by frog
    The way its going now the name of the tournament should be changed from the "All A" Tournament to the "All" Tournament. KHSAA needs the money and teams need the extra tournament. Not a very "special" tournament anymore. I lost interest when AA schools began to play.
    The KHSAA has nothing to do with this tournament. They get NO MONEY from the event.

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