The tournament, which is being played for the first time in a decade under new direction, will be played December 27th through December 29th at Cape Henlopen High School.
The other three Delaware schools that will be participating include DIAA runner-up St. Georges, Sanford, and Cape Henlopen. "It's a great opportunity to promote the state. It's a great opportunity to present high-level basketball for both the people in the state to come and watch, but also bringing in external visitors down into Sussex County during what is sometimes a down period," said DSC Chairman Dr. Matthew Robison.
The teams were announced at the Blue-Gold basketball banquet Thursday night in Dover.
More teams, including schools from around the country, will be announced in the summer.
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