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13TH ANNUAL SUMMER JAM TO TIP OFF FRIDAY

PRESS RELEASE – GOT GAME?  Aloha Maid Juices presents the 13th annual SummerJam Basketball Tournament  with opening games starting  on Friday at 6pm. Tournament runs thru to August 13 in the 8 under, 10 under, 12 under, 14 under, 16-18 under, men’s varsity and open coed recreation divisions.

“This is always an exciting time of the year for basketball players who participate. The tournament continues to develop players who progress and excel. The tournament is a testament to their hard work and commitment to being physically fit,” stated tournament coordinator Elsa Ulloa.

Now in its 13th year the event will host 45 teams, 160 games, 400 plus participants and it’s loyal fans visiting Tamuning Gym each week. “Each summer it’s great seeing the community come together supporting basketball that keeps Guam youths off the streets in an organized environment,” stated Tamuning-Tumon-Harmon Mayor Louise Rivera.

The tournament has presented fans annually with competitive and recreational age division games. It starts with the exciting 8 and 10 under games and ending with the exhilarating men’s varsity division.

Many thanks to our supporting sponsors Bank of Guam, Triple J, Ernst & Young, LLP, Sagua Managu, ACES Guam, Ada’s Trust Investment, Mr. Rubbishman, ACAS and the Office of the Mayor for Tamuning-Tumon-Harmon for making this happen each year.

 All games are held at Tamuning Gym on weekdays starting at 6pm on weeknights. Games on Saturday and Sunday start at 11am with the final game being played at 7pm

Visit www.guambasketball.com for game schedule, results and stats or download our APP GuamBasketball.com for free to receive real time game updates, results via news feed.

Mt. Carmel Phoenix 12U are the defending champions in the upcoming 2017 SummerJam Tournament presented by Aloha Maid and Bank of Guam that kicks off Friday at Tamuning Gym. Games run each week thru August 13. Visit www.guambasketball.com for game schedule and info.

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