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Canton Hoopsters Youth Tournaments Set

The Hoopsters Hoopsters have announced their schedule for youth tournaments and are now signing teams on the different age levels.

Girls Grades 5th or 6th grade brackets will be held 2/1 - 2/2 Contact Bryan Francey (315) 854-0698 or bfrancey@yahoo.com

Boys Grades 5 h or 6th grade brackets will be held 2/8 – 2/9 Contact Shelly Roiger (315) 600-6216 or sroiger@stlawu.edu.

Boys Grades will be held 7/8 2/15 - 2/16 Contact Paula Jones (315) 267-6200 or pjones@ccsdk12.org.

Girls Grades 7/8 will held on 2/22 – 2/23 Contact Matt Metcalf (315) 854-5681 or

metcalfm@canton.edu

The entry fee is $250 per team of $400 for two teams in the same tournament. Certified officials are used and teams are guarantees four games. Special contests are also held duirng the tournaments.

Space is limited, register early to guarantee a spot. Please provide your information

below:


Coach: __________________________ Contact #___________________


School ______________________________Grade Level ______________


E-mail contact: _______________________________________________


Form of payment: _____________________________________________


Note: $250 or $400 team payments made payable to Canton Hoopsters can be mailed to

Justin Sipher, 20 Woods Drive, Canton NY 13617.  Remember to specify your team

name and what tournament dates the payment is associated with. Please also include

proof of insurance with your registration information.


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