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Shelby County, Oak Mountain hosts semifinal games

Published 10:12am Friday, December 21, 2012

By MICKEL PONTHIEUX / Sports Reporter

Shelby County High School and Oak Mountain High School will host games in day three of the Shelby County basketball tournament Dec. 21.

Thursday’s action included eight games over three locations across Shelby County and teams advancing to the championship semifinals and consolation games will compete in the Dec. 21 slate of games.

Girls’ basketball action will tip-off at Oak Mountain High School with consolation games at 3 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. Boys’ consolation games will begin at 3 p.m. at Shelby County High School.

For updated tournament results, see

Action continues Dec. 21 in the Shelby County basketball tournament at Shelby County and Oak Mountain High Schools. (Reporter photo/Mickel Ponthieux)

Saturday, Dec. 15
(At Calera High School)
GG1 – Pelham 59, Vincent 29
BG1 – Chelsea 74, Montevallo 60
GG2 – Chelsea 51 Westminster 14
BG2 – Vincent 56, Westminster 28

Thursday, Dec. 20
(At Oak Mountain High School)
BG4 – Thompson 69 Chelsea 44
GG6 – Oak Mountain 45 Chelsea 29
BG3 – Oak Mountain 35, Briarwood 30

(At Shelby County High School)
GG3 – Shelby Co. 66, Briarwood 51
BG5 – Pelham 66, Calera 46
BG6 – Shelby Co. 69, Vincent 50

(At Calera High School)
GG4 – Thompson 73, Pelham 39
GG5 – Calera 66, Montevallo 45

Friday, Dec. 21
(At Oak Mountain High School)
3 p.m. – Vincent vs Westminster
4:30 p.m. – Briarwood 53, Montevallo 19
6 p.m. – Thompson 61, Shelby County 50
7:30 – Oak Mountain vs Calera

(At Shelby County High School)
3 p.m. – Montevallo vs Westminster
4:30 p.m. – Briarwood vs Calera
6 p.m. – Thompson 52, Oak Mountain 29
7:30 – Shelby County 72, Pelham 68

Saturday, Dec. 22
(At University of Montevallo)
4:30 p.m. – Girls championship game: Thompson vs Oak Mountain
6 p.m. – Boys championship game: Thompson vs Shelby County


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