The Eclipse March Madness Challenge returns for 2019

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The Eclipse March Madness Challenge returns for 2019

Student and staff can play The Eclipse March Madness Challenge for free.

Student and staff can play The Eclipse March Madness Challenge for free.

IMAGE / Mr. Darrick Puffer

Student and staff can play The Eclipse March Madness Challenge for free.

IMAGE / Mr. Darrick Puffer

IMAGE / Mr. Darrick Puffer

Student and staff can play The Eclipse March Madness Challenge for free.

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The Eclipse will run its fourth annual March Madness Challenge for the 2019 NCAA men’s basketball tournament.

Bracket submissions must be entered before noon on Thursday, March 21.

Students can compete for prizes while staff can play for pride.

The contest is free for all participants.

Students and staff may submit up to three brackets but can only use one email address.

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

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

Mrs. Rae Puffer, Fielder Elementary teacher, won the overall competition last year.

Alumnus Damian Thompson won the first- and second-place prizes for students.

To participate in the challenge, 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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