Thanks for supporting 2014 basketball season
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To the Editor,

The Valley Tigers girls AAU basketball team and Valley Thunder boys AAU basketball team would like to thank the following businesses for their support to make the 2014 season a success.

The North Star Bowl, SMR Contracting, Haystack Club, RLF, Inc., Baker Distributing, Sprague Painting, C & S Beverage, First Trax, Snow Mountain Market, Jezebels, Layla’s Riverside Lodge, The Saloon, Wilmington Village Pub, Davis Roofing, Wilmington House of Pizza, Pizzerria LaToscanella, Shaw’s Supermarket, Pizza Palooza, Fat City Motorworx, Rentals Only, Moosehead Cedar Log Homes, Alpine Rentals, Mountain Resort Rentals, Eiler’s Brothers, Jacksonville Store, Greene’s Servicecenter, Kenyon Realty, Anchor Seafood, Hill Country Vending, Wolinsky Builders, and Physical Therapy Plus.

We had a very successful season and the teams improved their individual skill, as well as team play tremendously over the 10-week season. Throughout the season, we played in six tournaments and competed against teams from Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, Maine, and Canada. We look forward to continuing the program next spring. Again, thank you for your support of youth basketball in the Deerfield Valley.

Anyone interested in sponsoring tournaments to support the teams in advancing their basketball skills in the coming years are encouraged to contact Chris Walling at Twin Valley Elementary School.

Chris Walling- Head Coach, Valley Tigers;

James Anderson - Head Coach, Valley Thunder;

Nikki Howe - Administrative Assistant


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