November 23rd & 24th, 2019 / The Phelps School

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The Chester County Havoc Youth Basketball Organization is hosting a two-day, 8th grade only, basketball tournament. The event will be held at The Phelps School in Malvern, PA. Games to be played at historic, Lions Gym. There will be an emphasis on sportsmanship and top notch competition. Certified officials, athletic trainer on site. 

 

*** Special Feature: Phelps & Westtown have teamed up to run a high school basketball tournament, Nov. 22nd – 24th, games to be held a couple 100 feet from Lions Gym at the Phelps Athletic Center.  Included in the Hoopin’ Havoc Style tournament fee, players and coaches will have unlimited access to watch top high schools from the region compete at the  Westtown Athletic Center and Phelps Athletic Center . Enjoy the action before, during or after the Havoc tournament for a great weekend of youth basketball!


Entry Fee: $300/team

Gold and Silver Divisions, 4 teams in each division 

Format: 3 Games Guaranteed 

Pool Play to Bracket Play

Individual Awards for Top Team in each Division

Free access to Phelps/Westtown Basketball Tournament

Questions? Contact David Yancoskie at 610-724-0645

Past Tournaments

March 16, 2019 to March 17, 2019

The Chester County Havoc Youth Basketball Organization hosted it’s 1st tournament on March 16th and 17th at the Phelps School in Malvern, PA. There were a field of 13 teams split between the Gold and Silver divisions. This was a 7th grade team only event that was held in the brand new, 22,500 square feet, 500-seat Phelps Athletic Facility and their historic Lion's gym.


First Place – Gold: Chester Country Havoc – Black

First Place – Silver: Newtown Rebels


The event was a huge success, featuring some very competitive play on the court, sportsmanship throughout and $2,800 raised for our designated charity, Kase’s Corner.

Kase’s Corner is a local charity founded in 2007 to help fight and provide relief to children with juvenile diabetes. The charity believes in “Getting off the Couch” and staying active through sports and general community involvement. They have raised almost $400K since their inception, almost 100% of which is donated to children in need.