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HAECO Invitational update

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2022 HAECO Invitational logo

What

HAECO Invitational

Who

Girls and boys basketball teams from Bishop McGuinness, Dudley, Greensboro Day, Grimsley, Page, Ragsdale, Smith and Southeast Guilford

When

Through Thursday

Where

Greensboro Coliseum Special Events Center

Admission

Single-session tickets are $15 for the final day.

TUESDAY'S RESULTS

Boys

Court 1

No. 1 Greensboro Day 50, No. 8 Bishop McGuinness 32

No. 5 Southeast Guilford 59, No. 4 Dudley 43

Court 2

No. 2 Smith 71, No. 7 Page 47

No. 3 Grimsley 56, No. 6 Ragsdale 55

Girls

Court 1

No. 1 Bishop McGuinness 67, No. 8 Grimsley 30

No. 4 Dudley 56, No. 5 Southeast Guilford 44

Court 2

No. 2 Smith 65, No. 7 Ragsdale 25

No. 3 Greensboro Day 59, No. 6 Page 39

WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS

Boys

Semifinals

Court 1

Greensboro Day 61, Southeast Guilford 42

Smith 47, Grimsley 46

Consolation bracket

Court 2

Dudley 54, Bishop McGuinness 48

Ragsdale 50, Page 43

Girls

Semifinals

Court 1

Bishop McGuinness 66, Dudley 28

Smith 60, Greensboro Day 52

Consolation bracket

Court 2

Grimsley 53, Southeast Guilford 37

Page 47, Ragsdale 27

THURSDAY'S SCHEDULE

Boys

Court 1

Fifth-place game: Dudley vs. Ragsdale, noon

Third-place game: Southeast Guilford vs. Grimsley, 3 p.m.

Championship: Greensboro Day vs. Smith, 7 p.m.

Court 2

Seventh-place game: Bishop McGuinness vs. Page, noon

Girls

Court 1

Fifth-place game: Grimsley vs. Page, 10:30 a.m.

Third-place game: Greensboro Day vs. Dudley, 1:30 p.m.

Championship: Bishop McGuinness vs. Smith, 5 p.m.

Court 2

Seventh-place game: Southeast Guilford vs. Ragsdale, 10:30 a.m.

Contact Joe Sirera at 336-373-7034, and follow @JoeSireraSports on Twitter.

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