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Ingomar and Biggersville set to square off for 1A title in game that could be all time classic

Biggersville and Ingomar to square off in a matchup two years in the making.

The defending champs beat the defending champs last year as Biggersville knocked out the 2021 champs from Ingomar on their way to the 2022 state title.

A lot of people had the 2021 matchup penciled in as Ingomar vs Biggersville for the state title but that matchup never materialized. Last year the two faced off in a big game but it wasn’t for all of the marbles.

This season, though, the preseason #1 and preseason #2 are set to take on each other with all of the chips down on the table. Both teams are all in, and Thursday at 1 pm at the Big House there will be a game that features everything you could want in high stakes basketball.

Biggersville and Ingomar each have a previous MVP of the state title game. Miss Basketball Macie Phifer will suit up for the Lady Falcons of Ingomar. Hannah Seago and Asia Stafford are All State performers from a season ago. There are talented players all over the court and the 1A All State this year will be loaded with players from each squad.

There are championship coaches on both sides with Trent Adair having won four titles for Ingomar and Cliff Little having won three boys and one girls title for Biggersville. If Adair wins for Ingomar, he will break a tie with Ingomar legend and his former coach Norris Ashley for most girls wins at his alma mater. If Little claims the crown for Biggersville, he will have a back to back title in both girls and boys.

The fan bases for both teams will show up in droves just as they did when Ingomar and Biggersville squared off for the 2021 boys championship won by Biggersville in an all time classic game won by the Lions on a last second buzzer beater.

With any luck, the 2023 girls edition will be another all time classic.

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