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                      Steven Howard     

                                      Editor of Fieldhouse Sports Entertainment Network                                                                                                                                                 26 February 2020 | 11:00 PM

     














Sun City Showcase has partnered with Alisha Mosley to bring an all girls basketball tournament to the eastern shore of Maryland.  The event will be hosted on the campus of Washington College University at the Cain Athletics Facility.  The event will be open to Girls Basketball teams in the following grades:

     - 9U

     -11U

     -13U

     -15U

     -17U







As in all Sun City Showcase events, participants can expect to get the best customer service, national exposure through FSEN's video live stream, college workshops, and the ability to play in a top notch facility.











The expectation from Sun City Showcase and Coach Mosley is that this event will afford girls teams the opportunity to shine on the own.  There will be no boys teams at this event, so the ladies will have the spotlight directly on them.  Teams in the high school aged divisions (15U and 17U) will play under a modified college basketball rule set where the shot clock will be utilized.  Participants can also expect to have college coaches tuning in via the live stream to watch.  This is a great exposure opportunity.  


Registration is open for this event is now open and can be done here.  


Sun City Showcase -- https://www.suncityshowcase.com




                    

                        Steven Howard is the editor for Fieldhouse Sports and Entertainment, where he will write articles on youth and high school

                                sports, recruiting, and sports programs.  He is also the President of Pathway 2 College LLC, Co-Chair of P2C Athlete Prep, and

                               Co-owner of EBH Fitness LLC where he runs Howard Family Media Group (Fieldhouse SEN, Fieldhouse+, Howard Family

                               Productions, and The Music Box).  He is also the host of the Borderland Sports Report.

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