Now in its 24th year, the Times-Dispatch Invitational Tournament (TDIT) features sixteen elite private and public boys and girls basketball teams over the course of a three-day-long tournament on December 19, 20 and 21. Student athletes get the opportunity to play in match-ups that may not routinely occur during regular season play plus a chance to play both the semi-finals and finals at Hanover High School – one of Richmond’s premier high school basketball venues.
Tickets available at the door: $8 per day or $20 for a 3-day pass
Text TDIT to 31966 for tickets and tournament updates.
He scored 28 points, grabbed eight rebounds, had four assists and was named tournament MVP.
Trinity Episcopal head coach Adam Lonon was hoping his team’s second-half effort against Cosby in the TDIT semifinals would carry over to Friday night’s final against Monacan.
BOYS BASKETBALL | Beran finished with 20 points to lead the Cougars, while Cody Patterson added 18 points.
BOYS BASKETBALL | A third-quarter run keys Huguenot's 75-60 win over Armstrong.
GIRLS BASKETBALL | Monacan needs overtime to win 59-53. Jordan Hodges scores 24.
GIRLS BASKETBALL | Cosby’s game plan was to contain Trinity Episcopal’s All-Metro post player Elaina Chapman. Chapman didn’t let it happen, scoring 32 points.
Trinity and Freeman boys, Varina and Hanover girls win in second-round consolation games.
BOYS BASKETBALL | Freeman needed to miss a free throw, get a rebound and score in the final seconds. But the rebound goes to Collegiate, which wins 55-53.
GIRLS BASKETBALL | Sydney Boone scored 11 of her 17 points in the third quarter, several of which came when she and Bassett worked the steal-and-layup game.
GIRLS BASKETBALL | Monacan (3-1) led 24-7 at the close of the first quarter, but allowed Varina (4-3) to creep back into the game.