All four Jackson County teams remaining in the postseason had their respective sectional games postponed on Friday night due to inclement weather.
All semifinal games have been moved to Saturday night, and the sectional championship games will all be held on Monday.
In the Seymour Sectional, Jennings County was scheduled to play Jeffersonville at 6 p.m. with Seymour to follow against New Albany.
Both games will be played in Lloyd E. Scott Gymnasium on Saturday at the same times.
In the Southwestern Sectional, Southwestern (Hanover) and Henryville will be the first game on Saturday at 6 p.m. with Brownstown Central versus Providence to follow.
In the New Washington Sectional, Trinity Lutheran will battle New Washington in the first game at 6 p.m., and Crothersville will play Rising Sun in the second game.
The sectional championship in each respective sectional will be Monday night, all taking place at 7 p.m.
To recap what has happened in each sectional thus far, starting in Seymour, Jennings County defeated Bedford North Lawrence 72-71 in a thrilling double overtime game on Tuesday night. In the second game, New Albany defeated Floyd Central 60-49.
Jeffersonville received a bye, and the Red Devils defeated the Panthers in the regular season 65-59 on Feb. 11. Seymour received the other bye, and the Owls fell to the Bulldogs 49-41 on Dec. 27.
In the Southwestern Sectional, Henryville beat Austin 66-52 on Tuesday night. On Wednesday night, Brownstown defeated Eastern (Pekin) 46-35, and Providence beat Clarksville 43-23.
Southwestern received a bye, and the Rebels and Hornets did not meet in the regular season. The Braves and Pioneers, however, did play earlier this season, and it was the first game of the year on Nov. 26 when the Braves won 81-71.
In the New Washington Sectional, the Mustangs beat Shawe Memorial on Tuesday night 61-52, and Rising Sun beat Medora 69-42.
The Cougars received a bye, and they lost to the Mustangs 69-63 on Jan. 14. The Tigers received the other bye, and they lost to the Shiners 52-47 on Jan. 28.