2020 has changed things but that's not slowing the Binghamton Bulldogs down. They will have tryouts in December, training camp beginning in January and they are hoping that their games will start up in February.

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That's the on-the-court stuff but they are doing so much more in our community. The Bulldogs are participating in "Hoops For Golisano where they are collecting toys to take to Upstate Golisano's Children's Hospital on December 12th.

They are also partnering with the Broome County STOP DWI for their 2nd annual Hoops for Harper (H4H) Basketball event as they continue to carry on Harper's name and raise money for her scholarship fund.

It'll be a free-throw and 3 point shootout contest at the Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena on December 19th. The cost is only $20 and you will be given 20 free throw attempts and 20 3-point attempts.

There will be 3rd grade through adult divisions available along with separate divisions for the boys and girls. The most made shots in your divisions win. Don't delay because registration ends on December 11th.

There is a maximum of 25 registrants per division and it's first come, first served. The event will be LIVE STREAMED on Youtube so all your friends and family near and far will be able to watch. Go here for more information and to register.

Can't participate in the event but still want to help Harper's scholarship fund? They are accepting gift card donations for Divisional winner prizes, along with gift baskets and monetary donations from all their Bulldog fans.

Let's go Bulldog Nation and lets help the Harper M. Stantz scholarship fund.

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