"It's been really close to the same size the past few years," Flippin boys' basketball coach Dion Hargrove said.
"(Today) we play in both gyms starting at noon," Hargrove
"Monday and Wednesday, we also have games in both gyms.
Thursday and next Saturday, we finish everything up (at the new gym)."
This year's tournament semifinals and finals will be televised locally.
"That's going to be something nice for 3A, 2A and 1A kids to get a chance to get on TV," Hargrove
"We have a lot of people that pitch in and help us.
We're looking forward to having a really good tournament.
Arvest has been our sponsor every year, and this year, we have Modern Woodmen of America with Mark Miller helping out."
expects a strong, balanced girls' tournament, with several teams competing for the championship, including the 6-0 host Lady Bobcats.
"Kingston's there, and they made it deep last year," he
"In the boys, we have Jasper coming back with that same group," Hargrove
"We've been very fortunate," Hargrove