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  1. "Under the new system, schools will earn one point for a sectional championship, two points for a regional championship, three for a semi-state title and four for a state championship. If a school earns six or more points during a specified two-year period – which would be two state championship appearances – that school would compete in the next highest enrollment class for the ensuing two seasons. Tournament success for the 2011-12 and ’12-’13 school years will determine classifications for 2013-14." http://blogs.indystar.com/preps/2012/06/22/ihsaa-votes-in-sixth-class-for-football-tradition-factor-for-team-sports/
  2. Isn't GPC also the name of a multi-million dollar business in Daviess County? Also, didn't GPC sponsor a similar tournament a few years back? Obviously, a person of your astute abilities can decipher the difference, but you might have to be a little more clear to the rest of us simpletons. Finally, I don't want to get into semantics, but a phrase like Graber Post Classic tournament is a bit redundant. It gets even more confusing when GPC Classic a few years ago was a term used to refer to Grain Processing Corporation Classic. Please try to make things a little clearer for us laymen next time. Thanks!
  3. Yes, I would imagine schools like Harrison are less interested in this tourney after getting beat last year.
  4. This high ticket price has to play a role in the low attendance as well. $15 for two high school basketball games seems a little steep to me in this economy. You can get tickets to Pacers games for cheeper than that.