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Hoopla is one of the two largest high school athletic events in the province, competing only with track and field for the top spot.

The Saskatchewan high school provincial basketball tournament is hosted in a different city every year, and with it comes a big economic impact. This year the tournament is supposed to be played in Moose Jaw, Sask.

More than 700 athletes will compete in tournament, as well as 100 coaches and thousands of fans make the trip to watch their family and friends compete.

“We’re still planning as if it’s happening,” Hoopla organizing committee chair Roger Morgan said.

With the provincial government and the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation butting heads in contract negotiations, STF has been taking job action for the last two months. This week, extra curriculars will be cut province-wide on Thursday and Friday.

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