Compete in the third annual Eclipse March Madness Challenge

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Compete in the third annual Eclipse March Madness Challenge

IMAGE / Mr. Darrick Puffer

IMAGE / Mr. Darrick Puffer

IMAGE / Mr. Darrick Puffer

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The Eclipse is holding its third annual March Madness Challenge during the NCAA basketball tournament, starting Tuesday, March 13 for the play-in games, with the first rounds starting Thursday, March 15.

Students may compete for prizes by making the most accurate bracket for the tournament, and staff may play for bragging rights.

The player who gets the most points and has the most accurate bracket will receive a $10 gift card to a local restaurant.

The runner-up will receive a $5 gift card.

Kearsley staff members are encouraged to join the fun but are ineligible to receive prizes.

The challenge is run through cbssports.com and participants are only allowed one email address to submit. But players are encouraged to submit up to three different brackets. The contest is free.

Last year’s contest was won by Mr. Kameron Verdier, who graduated last year. The second-place prize was won by Mr. Marcus Moss, who also graduated last year.

The brackets close at noon on Thursday, March 15, so don’t delay.

To enter the contest, follow these steps:

1- Register online at CBS Sports. After you go to this website, click on “register” on the right side of the page. (If you already have an account with CBS Sports, then you may go to Step 2.)

2- Come back to this story and click this link to go to The Kearsley Eclipse March Madness Challenge.

3- Fill out your brackets.

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