For the girls, Owens hopes to carry the momentum from the win against Wilkinson into the tournament.
“We’re finally starting to get healthy and get all of our pieces back, so we anticipate carrying that momentum into the Christmas tournament,” he said.
The boys will look to get back on the right path with a trio of wins in front of their home crowd.
Having played six of their last eight games on the road, the tournament offers BHS the chance to enjoy a home court advantage against strong competition lined up for the Holiday Classic.
“It is a great opportunity to come watch our Baldwin basketball teams in action considering we played a ton of games on the road earlier in the season, so we’re excited to play in front of our home folks,” Owens said.
There will be a $7 admission fee each day, which includes five contests per day beginning at 1:30 p.m. The BHS girls will take the floor at 6 p.m. and the boys will follow at 7:30 p.m. on all three days.