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Pittsfield-Based 10th Grade AAU Team Wins Tournament

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. -- The Pittsfield Heat 10th grade AAU basketball team won the Team Mass Spring Blast AAU Tournament in Sturbridge last month.
 
The team title follows a second-place finish in the season opening Springfield Trailblazers Spring Tournament.
 
The team finished eighth at the YBOA Nationals last year and includes players from Pittsfield High, Taconic and Drury.
 
The roster includes: Quincy Davis, Amin Purry, Sam Higuera, Dylan Thompson, Odin Williams, Josh Tayi, Robert McCowan, Javi Osorio, Collin Frinks, Nick Sayers, Gage Williams, Justin Mendez and Victor Fred. The coaches are Vince Higuera and Dave Williams.
 
The local AAU program's 12th grade team finished third at the Sturbridge tournament.
 
Players on the 12th grade team include: Chris Valuski, Zach Jangrow, Ethan Dean, Gustavo Adorno, Edwin Rodriguez, Hayden Bird, Treyvon Taylor, Devon Walker, Tyrell Boire, Terrick Boire and Deonte Sandifer.
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