Under Armour Holiday Classic

Torrey Pines HS Falcons opening day at annual poys prep holiday classic. TPHS won 47-38 verses Mater Dei HS Crusaders

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Torrey Pines High School hosted its 23rd annual boys prep Under Armour Holiday Classic Basketball Tournament presented by the Lucky Duck Foundation Dec. 26-29.

Tournaments were held in five divisions, with games played at various locations.

Teams from the United States and British Columbia, Canada were in attendance.

Visit www.theholidayclassic.org. Photos/Jon Clark

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  1. Torrey Pines High School to host Under Armour Holiday Classic Basketball Tournament Dec. 26-29
  2. TPHS Holiday Prep Classic basketball tournament to be held Dec. 27-30
  3. Week in Sports: Falcons go 2-for-2 in holiday classic
  4. Holiday fun at Piazza Carmel
  5. Torrey Pines High School golfer wins Under Armour®/Hunter Mahan Championship

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