A.J. Norman, a senior at Upper Arlington High School, selected a cause dear to his family's heart for his senior Capstone Project, multiple sclerosis.

A.J. Norman, a senior at Upper Arlington High School, selected a cause dear to his family's heart for his senior Capstone Project, multiple sclerosis.

"MS is pretty important to my family because my Grandpa suffered from MS for many years and died before I was able to meet him," Norman said in a news release from the National MS Society, Ohio Buckeye Chapter. "It was a real struggle for my Grandma, Mom, and her five siblings to grow up constantly helping and taking care of my Grandpa."

A.J. selected Just Cure It, a 3-on-3 half-court basketball tournament hosted by the MS Buckeye Chapter, as his fundraiser of choice.Just Cure It will take place at Thomas Worthington High School on Saturday, May 21. The tournament is open to men and women ages 16 and over.

Registration is available in two forms for both the men's and women's divisions. The "Baller Registration" is $125 for a team of three to five players. The "Shot Caller Registration" is $150 and includes a team of three to five players along with T-shirts and lunch for each player. Prizes will be awarded for the first place team in each division.

Admission is free for all guests, but donations are being accepted.

The deadline to register a team for the Just Cure It Basketball Tournament is Monday, May 16. For more information on registering or volunteering at the event, visit MSohiobuckeye.org or call Rebecca Bailey 614-515-4609.