Heritage Hills will not participate in PSC Holiday ClassicDecember 28, 2020
By Herald Staff
The Heritage Hills boys basketball team was scheduled to host games in the Perry-Spencer Tournament, but the Patriots will not partake in the event. The tournament’s amended bracket features Tell City, Corydon Central, Perry Central, South Spencer, Salem and North Harrison.
All games will be played in a round-robin format at Tell City. A maximum of 650 fans will be allowed at each game.
Heritage Hills will return to the court on Jan. 8 against Pocket Athletic Conference rival Gibson Southern in Lincoln City.
Hall of Fame closed
The Indiana Baseball Hall of Fame is currently closed while Dubois County is in code red. The normal 11 a.m. through 3 p.m. Thursday through Sunday visiting hours will resume upon Dubois County returning to code orange.
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