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12/19, 12/21-12/23: High School Girls Basketball: S.B. Tournament of Champions The Santa Barbara Dons jumped off to a great start (a 7-0 record, two tournament titles, and two MVP awards for senior star Amber Melgoza), raising hopes that they might make a run at their first TOC crown in three decades. Fifteen other top-notch teams from Fresno to San Clemente will try to claim the coveted Gold Division trophy. Saturday’s opening round starts at 11:30 a.m. Santa Barbara faces Edison of Huntington Beach at 7 p.m. After games on Monday and Tuesday, two teams will remain undefeated, and they will square off at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday. Santa Barbara coach Andrew Butcher says the concession stand will take care of hungry spectators, promising “healthy alternatives” in addition to hot dogs, churros, and cotton candy. J.R. Richards Gym, S.B. High, 700 E. Anapamu St. Free-$6

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