For the third time in two weeks, inclement weather has caused a major revamping of the high school basketball schedule.

A total of 65 boys' and 45 girls' games were postponed last night because of the weather.

The majority of the postponed games will be made up during the next three weeks. Many of the teams already have games to make up because of earlier postponements and will be forced to play as many as three games a week for the next two weeks.

Blair, the defendinf Maryland State AA champion, will play its third game in four nights when it hosts Whitman tonight at 7. Blair, now 2-1 in the league and 5-6 overall, eked out wins over Springbrook. 69-67, and Churchill, 59-58, in its last two games.

Whitman, 1-2 in league action and 4-7 overall, will also be playing its third game in four nights. The Vikings whipped Damascus, 71-65, but lost to Rockville, 63-55, in their last two games, both nonleague contests.

Seventh-ranked Hayfield (10-1) can take over first place in the Gunston District tonight when it hosts 19th-ranked Groveton (10-2) at 8. Both teams are 2-0 in District play.

Defending Interhigh girls' champion Eastern can gain at least a tie for title when it faces McKinley in the second game of a doubheader today at Dunbar at 2:30.

Dunbar meets Wilson in the first game at 1.