The Arkansas Activities Association selected state and regional tournament sites as part of its winter board meeting Thursday.

No area schools will be among the sites for state basketball tournaments, which include Fayetteville, Class 6A; Hot Springs, Class 5A; Morrilton, Class 4A; Clinton, Class 3A; Melbourne, Class 2A; and West Side Greers Ferry, Class 1A.

Regional basketball sites include Blytheville, Class 4A East Region; Manila, Class 3A Region 2; Rector, Class 2A North Region; Melbourne, Class 2A Central Region; and Izard County, Class 1A Region 2.

Jonesboro will host the Class 5A state baseball tournament. Other state baseball sites include Fort Smith, Class 6A; Morrilton, Class 4A; Ashdown, Class 3A; Carlisle, Class 2A; and Izard County, Class 1A.

Brookland will host the Class 4A East Region baseball tournament. Other regional baseball sites include Clinton, Class 3A Region 2; Tuckerman, Class 2A Central Region; Carlisle, Class 2A North Region; and Izard County, Class 1A Region 2.

Softball state tournament sites include Cabot, Class 6A; Morrilton, Class 4A; Ashdown, Class 3A; Carlisle, Class 2A; and Izard County, Class 1A. No bid was received for 5A state softball.

Regional softball sites include Brookland, Class 4A East Region; Tuckerman, Class 2A Central Region; Carlisle, Class 2A North Region; and Izard County, Class 1A Region 2. No bid was received for the Class 3A Region 2 tournament.

State soccer sites include Springdale, Class 6A; Siloam Springs, Class 5A; and Harrison, Class 4A. No bid was received for Class 3A state soccer.

Only two track and field state sites were announced Thursday, Rogers Heritage for Class 6A and Prescott for Class 3A.

State swimming sites include Bentonville, Class 6A; Russellville, Class 5A; and Magnolia, Class 4A. The state wrestling tournament will be held in Little Rock.

State volleyball sites for next fall were also announced. Those include Fort Smith Northside, Class 6A; Marion, Class 5A; Shiloh Christian, Class 4A; Paris, Class 3A; and Quitman, Class 2A.

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