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The ‘Heights hosts 5-on-5 streetball tourneys

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - Over the past few weeks there have been some serious basketball going on at the Agana Heights Gym as part of fundraising efforts to help repair the gym. A 5-on-5 Streetball Tournament takes place every few weeks and runs all day until a winner is crowned and the winning team takes home some cash money.

Corey Jacobs spoke about yesterday's fundraising tournament, telling KUAM Sports, "Every two weeks we have my Streetball Tournament. It starts at 1:00 p.m every other Saturday, you pay $50.00 per team and it's 5-on-5. There is no limit to how many people you can have on your team and what you do is, you come here and you play a little bit and the winning team takes home the money.

"We started off with about 9 teams about 3 weeks ago and this is about the 5th or 6th time I've done this and sometimes it's big and sometimes it's small but I want to eventually do is build some money to get the Agana Heights Gym repaired. Again if you want to contact me my number is 988-6719."

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