North American Youth Sports will hold its annual spring youth basketball tournaments in the Pittsburgh and Erie areas in the coming weeks.
The Pittsburgh tournaments will be held at St. Joseph High School, 800 Montana Ave., Natrona Heights, on March 30 and April 1, and also April 13 to 15.
The Erie tournament will be held at Central Tech High School, 3325 Cherry St.,• Erie, from April 20 to 22.
Tournament brackets are available for teams with players in fifth through 11th grade. The entry fee is $105 and guarantees each team plays a minimum of two games. Local coaches will participate.
There will be awards presented in each bracket.
Proceeds benefit the local school sponsoring the event.
For more information or an entry form, call 1-866-352-5915 or visit www.northamericanyouthsports.org .
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