District brackets for girls and boys basketball will be drawn Sunday and posted to the MHSAA Website.
The top two teams in each District, based on their Michigan Power Rating (MPR), will be placed on opposite sides of those brackets so the earliest they may face each other will be the District Final.
Games through Saturday will be counted toward MPR, and teams must have at least eight results to be seeded. Only the top two teams receive seeds; the remaining teams in each District are placed using a predetermined order.
District play begins March 22 for girls basketball and March 23 for boys.
PHOTO: Saginaw Arthur Hill, right, and Flint Carman-Ainsworth are among hopefuls again entering this postseason. (Photo by Terry Lyons.)