Presidents’ Day Challenge
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Presidents’ Day Challenge

Date: February 15, 2020 - February 16, 2020
1091 Tinker Rd, Rocklin, CA 95765, USA
Organized by Hardwood Palace/Xtreme Hoops

If you’re looking for a fun and exciting youth basketball tournament, look no further than the Presidents’ Day Challenge. When it comes to youth basketball tournaments California, this is one of the best. In fact, it will include teams from all over the California and Nevada area. Many basketball events won’t have a lot of […]

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If you’re looking for a fun and exciting youth basketball tournament, look no further than the Presidents’ Day Challenge. When it comes to youth basketball tournaments California, this is one of the best. In fact, it will include teams from all over the California and Nevada area.

Many basketball events won’t have a lot of guaranteed playing time, which isn’t any fun to the players, coaches, and parents putting the time, energy, and effort into preparing for it. With the Presidents’ Day Challenge, every team will be guaranteed 3 games.

Open to both boys and girls in 9u-14u leagues, the Presidents’ Day Challenge will take place at 1091 Tinker Road in Rocklin, California. Organized by Hardwood Palace and Xtreme Hoops, this youth basketball tournament will feature a total of 8 gameday courts.

Register Your Team Today!

Without the Basketball HUB, you wouldn’t have up-to-date information on upcoming basketball events and youth basketball tournaments California. Luckily, we have you covered with full details on the Presidents’ Day Challenge.

This tournament of basketball will tip off on February 15th, one day after Valentine’s Day. It will run through February 16th. If you’re interested in registering your son, daughter, or team up to participate in this youth basketball tournament, click the “Register Now” button above.

Once you get your team registered, feel free to browse through the rest of our website for more information and resources. We have a wide range of information available to make your youth basketball tournament a success for any player, coach, or parent.