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  • Friday, December 19, 2014
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    basketball Route 66 Shootout
    Dec. 19 and 20
     
         The third annual Route 66 Shootout Pulaski County USA will be held Friday, Dec. 19, and Saturday, Dec. 20, at Waynesville High School with 20 teams playing 12 games in two days.
        The Waynesville R-VI School District and the Pulaski County Tourism Bureau have partnered to produce this event that draws college recruiters from around the country.
        The cost for admission to each day of the shootout is $7 for adults and $5 for students. Athletic passes and school IDs will not be accepted for this special event.
        Game programs will be for sale for $2 each. They cover the teams, their rosters, records, coaches, records and more. 
     
    The schedule for the Route 66 Tournament: 
     
    Friday, Dec. 19, 2014
                Home                    Away
    1:30   Crocker                vs.   Hartville
    3:00   Republic               vs.   Hazelwood West
    4:30   South Iron             vs.   Iberia
    6:00   Parkview               vs.   McCluer North
    7:30   Waynesville Boys   vs.   St. Joe Lafayette
    9:00   Hazelwood Central   vs.   St. Louis Christian
     
    Saturday, Dec.20, 2014
                  Home                    Away
    11:00   Mt. Vernon                  vs.   Carnahan
    12:30   Rock Bridge Girls       vs.   Republic Girls
      2:00   St. Louis Christian      vs.   McCluer North
      3:30   Strafford                      vs.   Carl Junction
      5:00   Waynesville Girls        vs.   Union Girls
      6:30   Waynesville boys       vs.   Hazelwood Central
     
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