Tuesday, March 12, 2013 at 10:00 pm (Updated: March 12, 10:02 pm)
Even before a team gets to the state tournament it is apparent things are just different when there are only 16 high school basketball teams from across the state still playing the game.
Just getting there is a huge deal, no matter how often it happens. How big? Anderson County's girls' basketball team was met by a police escort when it got to the Franklin County line on the way back from North Oldham High School last Wednesday.
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