Four teams in Pool B still able to make championship game

The final day of the Vandalia Holiday Tournament may be more exciting than the championship day, due to four teams in Pool B still having a shot at finishing pool play at 3-1.

Vandalia, Maroa-Forsyth and Shelbyville are each 2-1, and Altamont is 1-1 after day two, making day three games for those teams critically important.

At 12:30 p.m., Shelbyville will battle Altamont. Shelbyville has a win against Vandalia, but lost to Maroa-Forsyth; Altamont beat Maroa-Forsyth, but lost to Vandalia.

At 5 p.m., Altamont will also play St. Anthony.

The marquee game comes at 6:30 p.m., when Vandalia faces Maroa-Forsyth. Vandalia has defeated Altamont, but lost to Shelbyville; Maroa-Forsyth had beaten Shelbyville but lost to Altamont.

Potential title game scenarios are listed below.

If Altamont gets to 3-1, that will mean that Shelbyville and Maroa-Forsyth are out of the running for a title game appearance. Altamont would need a Maroa-Forsyth win to make the championship game.

If Shelbyville gets to 3-1, that will mean that Altamont and Vandalia are out of the running for a title game appearance. Shelbyville would need a Vandalia win to make the championship game.

If Vandalia gets to 3-1, that will mean that Maroa-Forsyth and Altamont are out of the running for a title game appearance. Vandalia would need Altamont to beat Shelbyville to make the championship game.

If Maroa-Fosyth gets to 3-1, that will mean that Vandalia and Shelbyville are out of the running for a title game appearance. Maroa-Forsyth would need Shelbyville to beat Altamont to make the championship game.

If Altamont beats Shelbyville but loses to St. Anthony, that will mean that the winner of Vandalia/Maroa-Forsyth will make the championship game.

Pool A will be decided when undefeated Flora and Pana meet at 8 p.m.

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