Thanks for sponsoring teams
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To the Editor,

On behalf of the Valley Tigers and Valley Thunder AAU Basketball teams, I would like to send a special thank you to all the local sponsors who very generously donated money towards our entry fees, uniforms, and team shooting jackets for the season.

Both teams had a very successful season and played some very competitive basketball throughout the region.

Tournaments that were attended this season included yhe Hoops on High Ground in Bennington, the High Rizers Jumpstart in Glens Fails, NY, the Under Armour Thoroughbred Shootout in Saratoga Springs, NY, the Albany Spring Classic in Albany, NY, the Thunderbirds invitational in Rutland, and The Kollision presented by Zero Gravity in Keene, NH.

The following are all who helped support youth basketball in the Deerfield Valley: Blue Mountain Produce, Alpine Rentals, John Chadwick, Kingsley Plumbing and Heating, C & S Beverage, Robert L Fuller, Inc., LaToscanella, Twice Blessed, The Wilmington Village Pub, Kent Boyd McKay’s Used Cars, Jacksonville Store, Mountain Resort Rentals, Fat City Motorworx, First Trax, Snow Mountain Market, Filers Brothers, Inc., Peace Love and Clothespins, Dot’s of Dover, Paquette Auto Body, Center Mountain Farm, The Roadhouse, Jezebels, Kenyon Realty, Sprague Painting, Guy E. Nido Inc., Anchor Seafood, the Valley View Saloon, Jessica’s Locker, and Sticky Fingers. Again, thank you very much to all who took the time to support our AAU basketball program in the valley.

Chris Walling

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