The Biggest 3on3 Tourney in Greater Boston, MA!
Play a big part in finding a cure for paralysis.
Your money will go towards two funds: www.mwfund.org/ and JustCureParalysis.org.
3on3 Tourney Schedule:
3rd – 12th Grade Divisions
Monday, January 16, 2023 (MLK Jr. Day)
Please arrive 15 minutes early to check in.
Choice Fitness, 194 Newbury Street, Peabody, MA 01960
3-4 Grade Boys
9:00-9:50am (0 open spots)
5-6 Grade Boys
9:50-10:40am (1 open spots)
7-8 Grade Boys
10:40am-11:30am (1 open spots)
9-12 Grade Boys
11:30am-12:20pm (5 open spots)
4-5 Grade Girls
12:20-1:10pm (4 open spots)
6-7 Grade Girls
1:10-2:00pm (2 open spots)
8-12 Grade Girls
2:00-2:50pm (5 open spots)
You can help make a difference! Let’s cure paralysis together. All proceeds of this tournament will be donated directly to two organizations: MW Fund and Thomas E. Smith Foundation. These two funds play a critical role in helping to provide scholarships and support for those injured with paralysis. We’ve raised thousands of dollars over the past three years and we expect to raise even more this year!
💰 Help Raise Money for Paralysis
🏆 Win Prizes and Scholarships To Premier Hoops
🏀 10+ games and playoffs!
Register as “Drop-in” and we will place you on a team
Register as “Team” and bring your own team (4 players max per team)
Questions? Well Call You!
Featured Story: Matt Wetherbee
In the News:
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
Last three years 3on3 Tourney 4 Paralysis were a huge success!
This is our 6th year of #3on3tourney4paralysis. We are very happy to let you know that 3on3 tournament had a tremendous success in 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, and 2022 – more than 400 kids participated in total so far. Proceeds of the tournaments were donated to MW Fund and JustCureParalysis.org!
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.