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2014 Ozark Foothills Conference Basketball Tournament (UPDATED BRACKETS)

Posted Wednesday, February 12, 2014, at 8:51 AM

UPDATE: The Ozark Foothills Conference Tournament first round has been postponed due to weather once again. The tournament will now start up with every game being played on Tuesday, Feb. 11. Half the games will be played at East Carter High School and the other half in the elementary gym at East Carter. Click the links below for the most recent changes to the brackets. After the time listed is what gym the game will be played in.

Boys Bracket

Girls Bracket

JV Bracket

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Do you have the JV bracket and times??

-- Posted by crosshair on Wed, Jan 29, 2014, at 4:05 PM


-- Posted by DARsports on Wed, Jan 29, 2014, at 4:12 PM

The boys side is clearly Clearwater's to loose (no pun intended!). Neelyville has been playing much better lately, but Twin Rivers is really in a tailspin right now.

The girls side is a real toss-up. I could see any of the top 5 seeds winning it. But it's hard to pick against Neelyville as they have won it five years in a row.

-- Posted by Preacher Man Fan on Thu, Jan 30, 2014, at 3:08 PM

C'water boys should win this, and the Lady Tigers have wins over Neelyville, Twin Rivers, and Greenville and are 5-0 in OFC conference, so they are right there. GO TIGERS!!

-- Posted by tooldogging on Thu, Jan 30, 2014, at 10:23 PM

Clearwater beat Neelyville without Moon and Emily Eaker so they will have their hands full if they meet again in the finals. They are really up and down it seems beating a good Greenville team tonight by 12 after just beating South Iron by 2 on Tuesday at home. Inconsistency will send you home in this conference

-- Posted by crosshair on Thu, Jan 30, 2014, at 10:41 PM

I don't know, Lady Tigers are 16-3 on the season, doesn't appear to be a big up and down to me. Losses to Neelyville, Twin Rivers, and Arcadia Valley (that was a down) seems pretty good.

-- Posted by tooldogging on Thu, Jan 30, 2014, at 10:49 PM

Clearwater should win the boys with out much of a challenge.But on the girls side i am picking Neelyville!

-- Posted by porchswing on Fri, Jan 31, 2014, at 10:44 AM

Record is good!! My point was in this conference an off night will send you home and a 2 point win over SI is a down night. No disrespect to Cwaters team or SI team meant by this. SI is very young and a new coach. Clearwater does seem to play well in big games, example last night. They must have others step up like Alcorn did last night b/c Morris is going to continue to get doubled and tripled each night. If others step up they are tough.

-- Posted by crosshair on Fri, Jan 31, 2014, at 10:45 AM

So it must be safer to have some of these teams out on the road until midnight or later on Monday than to play Saturday when the forecast only is calling for some light snow overnight.

-- Posted by fanfanfan on Fri, Feb 7, 2014, at 1:47 PM

In The girls I will take Clearwater & Neelyville for championship and Clearwater will win it. For the JV I will take Doniphan & Twin Rivers for the championship and have Doniphan win the JV. Varsity I will take Clearwater & Twin Rivers and have Twin Rivers win the varsity 48 - 50.

-- Posted by SportsAnalyst on Sun, Feb 9, 2014, at 3:49 PM

Twin Rivers over C'water, they lost to C'water by 14 earlier?? They have not lost to a OFC team yet, so I would say that C'water has varsity boys wrapped up. I do agree with your other predictions though. GO TIGERS!

-- Posted by tooldogging on Sun, Feb 9, 2014, at 6:34 PM

Neelyville girls should win and I think it could be against Greenville not Clearwater. Cwater beat Neelyville minus 3 key players and Neelyville coming off a big win vs PB Saturday.

-- Posted by crosshair on Sun, Feb 9, 2014, at 7:17 PM

Sorry Crosshair, but C'water ladies will battle it out with Neelyville once again! I did not see any "down" moments in tonight's win over Greenville, sorry to disappoint ya. They have a tough game ahead of them, but I believe in our Lady Tigers, even with Neelyville's 3 "key" players! As for the varsity boys, you were right about Twin Rivers, but just barely by 2 over Neelyville. C'water started off slow against Doniphan, I admit, but came on strong in the second half to get the win. C'water should win, hopefully making it a C'water girls and boys championship night! GO TIGERS!!

-- Posted by tooldogging on Wed, Feb 12, 2014, at 11:04 PM

You did not disappoint me dogging. I simply stated Greenville could beat Clearwater not that I hope they do. I think Cwater is playing well right now and Gville is not as evident by a lopsided loss to Naylor in Thursday's game. I was correct in the finals as Neelyville took it to them and won rather easy for a 6th straight title. I do not have any dog in either race and was just making an observation and you obviously are a cwater fan!! The boys final was kind of a surprise but the team that plays the best in big games usually wins and Twin Rivers outplayed Clearwater last night. I think Coach Bell is a great coach but the kids did not play up to their capabilities Wednesday or Friday and Twin Rivers played very well. Congrats to Coach Benson who also does a great job with his team and Coach Hale who has built a powerhouse at Neelyville. Neelyville looks like 8 in a row is not out of the question.

-- Posted by crosshair on Sat, Feb 15, 2014, at 10:46 AM

Well said crosshair i think Tooldogging is definitly viewing things through those tiger glasses.Sounds like tooldogging is a good guy but needs to be a little more objective.With that being said i think Clearwater boys were the best team in that tourney but for some reason didn't play well the last two games!

-- Posted by porchswing on Sat, Feb 15, 2014, at 11:46 AM

Thanks porchswing. Last year everyone thought Doniphan was the best team and Clearwater won it so does not always play out the way it looks.

-- Posted by crosshair on Sat, Feb 15, 2014, at 2:20 PM

Of course, I'm a C'water Tiger, born and bred, always have been, always will be! I'm usually always objective, but not when it comes to my Tigers. I will always root for them, win or lose, even if the odds are stacked against them, like Friday night. I will always defend them against nay-sayers and haters. With that being said, neither team played to their potential on Friday and it cost them. I bleed orange and black though, and both C'water teams will bounce back and be ready for their next game. Arcadia Valley better look out! GO TIGERS!!

-- Posted by tooldogging on Sun, Feb 16, 2014, at 6:39 PM

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