Final Games of UCCS Shootout Canceled
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - The final two games of the UCCS High School Holiday Shootout, originally scheduled between Calhan High School and Peyton High School tonight, have been canceled due to adverse weather conditions.
The games may be rescheduled for a later date, to be determined between the two high schools and the University of Colorado Colorado Springs. A decision on a date and location, if those games are rescheduled, will be made at a later time.
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