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Camden Fairview's Tre Dennis (4) eyes a Dequeen player during a recent game. The Cardinals and Lady Cardinals will compete in the C.F. Holiday Classics starting on Thursday.

Eyes on the prize Camden Fairview's Tre Dennis (4) eyes a Dequeen player during a recent game. The Cardinals and Lady Cardinals will compete in the C.F. Holiday Classics starting on Thursday.

Column: Tournament history, matchups continue to entertain years later

By Patric Flannigan
This article was published December 27, 2017 at 3:27 p.m.

On Thursday, a total of 16 different teams will participate in the 25th Annual Camden Fairview Holiday Classic with the mindset that maybe, just maybe, there's still a gift that hasn't been opened yet. Several changes have been made to improve the tournament this year. While the price of admissions has increased to $7, fans will be treated to eight games on each day starting as early as 10 a.m. Instead of the tournament starting the day after Christmas, as it has in previous years, it starts three days after and will end on the weekend, so those that may have to work through the week will get the opportunity to at least catch the championship games on Saturday.

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