Examples of tourney in a Sentence
progressed to the final round of the tennis tourney
Recent Examples of tourney from the Web
Dotson and De Sousa finished sixth and seventh in scoring for the tourney.
But when all is said and done more than half of the conference will make the NCAA tourney but most of them will end up seeded 6th through 12th than 1st through 5th. 1.
Gazelas, an all-tourney selection at the Texas Invitational, had 20 points in the win over Cy Lakes.
Aedyn said his best memory from last year's state tourney was looking into the stands at the Alaska Airlines Center and seeing his big family taking up a whole section and cheering him on.
The other golfers who qualified for next month’s state tourney are Harford Tech’s Adam Haviland, 76; Perryville’s Matthew O’Neill, 77; and Audrey Moon (84) from Aberdeen.
Last season the conference sent seven teams to the NCAA tourney.
The Razorbacks put a scare into eventual national champion North Carolina in the second round of last year’s tourney before falling 72–65.
Oconomowoc won the tourney with a 26-28, 27-25, 15-12 win in the final.
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First Known Use of tourney
Synonymsbout, competition, contest, event, match, matchup, meet, sweepstakes (also sweep-stake), tournament, game
Related Wordsathletics, sport; battle, conflict, scrimmage, skirmish, struggle, tug-of-war, tussle; championship, national (s); final, nightcap, play-off, semifinal; derby, field day, gymkhana, open, outing; biathlon, decathlon, heptathlon, pentathlon, triathlon; marathon, race, ultramarathon; heat, round, run, set; rally, volley; round-robin, rubber, runoff, sudden death; dead heat, photo finish, seesaw; classic
Origin and Etymology of tourney
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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