The final three games in the 20 game Mirabito Stop-DWI Holiday Basketball
Classic are set.  Two Regional titles are on the line and the National Division Championship is also up for grabs.

In the first of two Regional  Championship match-ups set for 5:30 New York Mills faces Norwich.  Then at 7:30 the Maine-Endwell Spartans tackle Fayetteville-Manlius in a Regional Division I battle.  The Spartans feature Press Sun-Bulletin Athlete of the Year Kyle Gallagher who scored 27 points versus Binghamton in the Tournament opener. .Fayetteville-Manlius is led by 6' 6" John Schurman, a future Binghamton Bearcat.  Schurman led his  team with 29 points and 11 rebounds in their first game victory over Johnson City.

In the nightcap the National Division final features The Christ the King Royals who are attempting to win their fourth consecutive Stop-DWI championship.  They will be strongly tested by Long Island Lutheran.  Lutheran topped the John Carroll School 46-34 to advance while Christ the King went to overtime to defeat Philadelphia Math, Civics and Sciences by a score of 65-63.  It will be a re-match of last season's New York Federation AA Final won by the Royals 73-6 in the Division I