The Tuskegee Area Youth Basketball League (TAYBL) will conclude the regular season with its championships this week.

On Thursday, Feb. 8, the Beginner and Girls Divisions will have their championships at George Washington Carver Elementary School beginning at 5:45 p.m.

The Elementary and Intermediate Divisions will hold their championships at D.C. Wolfe Elementary School on Saturday, Feb. 10 beginning at 10 a.m.

After the championship games on Saturday, the league will combine teams down to their all-star team for competition in the Alabama Recreation & Parks Association (ARPA) District V basketball tournament.

Thursday, February 8

At George Washington Carver Elementary School

•5:45 p.m. — Beginner Division Championship Game

•6:45 p.m. — Girls Division Championship Game

Saturday,, February 10

At D.C. Wolfe Elementary School

•10 a.m. — Elementary Division Semi-Final 1

•11 a.m. — Elementary Division Semi-Final 2

•Noon — Intermediate Division Semi-Final 1

•1 p.m. — Intermediate Division Semi-Final 2

•2 p.m. — Elementary Division Championship Game

•3 p.m. — Intermediate Division Championship Game

At Tuskegee Housing Authority

•10 a.m. — Tuskegee Public Girls vs. Opelika Stars

  •11 a.m. — D.C. Wolfe Girls vs. Opelika Sparks

 •Noon — Tuskegee Housing Authority vs. Opelika Wings

 •1 p.m. —Shorter vs. Opelika Housing Authority

TPR To Hold

Blood Drive

In conjunction with Life South Blood Center, the Tuskegee Parks & Recreation Department will have a community blood drive during the TAYBL Basketball Tournament.

A Bloodmobile will be parked at D.C. Wolfe Elementary School from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 10 during the basketball tournament. All parents and coaches in attendance at the tournament are asked to donate blood.

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