The Biggest 3on3 Tourney in Greater Boston, Ma!
2017 3on3 Tourney 4 Paralysis was a huge success!
We are very happy to let you know that 3on3 tournament had a tremendous success – more than 100 kids participated at the tournament. Proceeds of the tournament were donated to MW Fund and JustCureParalysis.org!
Monday, January 15, 2017 (MLK Jr. Day)
K-2 Grade Coed
3-4 Grade Boys
5-6 Grade Boys
7-8 Grade Boys
9-12 Grade Boys
4-7 Grade Girls
8-12 Grade Girls
Latitude Sports Club, 194 Newbury St, Peabody, MA 01960
*Centrally located to all cities/towns on North Shore (off Rt. 1)
$60 per team when you register in advance
$75 per team for drop-ins
Prizes will be awarded to winning teams.
Note: We highly encourage all teams to register online. Drop-ins will be allowed, but depending on the amount of teams you may not be able to enter the tournament as a drop-in.
3on3 Tourney Rules:
Round 1: Two, 18-minute halves
-It is winner’s ball.
-Each game is to one point.
-Referees at each division tally the number of wins each team gets.
-If a team gets five in a row they must come off.
Finals: 9-Minute Game
-It is loser’s ball.
-Teams who place 1st or 2nd will play each other in the finals.
-Whichever team gets 9 points first wins or whoever is winning after 9 minutes wins.
-It is loser’s ball.
Featured Story: Matt Wetherbee
On Tuesday June 7th, three days before his 29th birthday, Matt Wetherbee suffered a significant spinal cord injury while playing basketball. He is currently paralyzed from the chest down. Matt, his family, and friends are all determined and hopeful that he can make a full recovery. We all know that he has a long and challenging road ahead of him. The MW Fund was established to support his recovery process.
For those of you not fortunate enough to know Matt, he is genuine, funny, compassionate, selfless and warm-hearted. In his job before his accident, Matt worked tirelessly for the benefit of numerous charitable organizations. Originally from Marblehead, Massachusetts, Matt attended James Madison University where he completed both his undergraduate and Master’s degree in Sports Management. After college, Matt met the love of his life, Kaitlyn Kiely in the summer of 2011. The two have been inseparable ever since. He is a huge fan of all Boston sports teams, an avid athlete, and loves playing basketball and golf.
FEATURED STORY: THOMAS SMITH
Depending on interest/enrollment, we may change times/locations on the schedule.
If you have any questions, please call us for details: 781-724-8125.