Upcoming Tournaments

Event Date(s) Stature Location Grade(s) Gender
Mar 29 – Mar 31, 2019 Open

Suwanee, GA

Mar 29 – Mar 31, 2019 State Qualifier

Toledo, OH

Mar 29 – Mar 31, 2019 State Qualifier

Gatlinburg, TN

Mar 30 – Mar 31, 2019 State Qualifier

Coral Springs, FL

Mar 30 – Mar 31, 2019 Open

Pensacola, FL

Mar 30 – Mar 31, 2019 State Qualifier

Naples, FL

Apr 5 – Apr 7, 2019 Open

Suwanee, GA

Apr 5 – Apr 7, 2019 State Qualifier

Sarasota, FL

Apr 6 – Apr 7, 2019 State Qualifier

West Palm Beach, FL

Apr 6 – Apr 7, 2019 State Qualifier

Fairland, IN

Apr 12 – Apr 14, 2019 Open

Hoover, AL

Apr 13 – Apr 14, 2019 State Qualifier

Port Charlotte, FL

Apr 13 – Apr 14, 2019 State Qualifier

West Palm Beach, FL

Apr 14 – Apr 14, 2019 State Qualifier

Midland, MI

Apr 14 – Apr 15, 2019 State Qualifier

Starkville, MS

Apr 19 – Apr 20, 2019 Open

Suwanee, GA

Apr 20 – Apr 21, 2019 State Qualifier

Bloomington, IN

Apr 20 – Apr 21, 2019 Super Regional

Mt. Pleasant, MI

Apr 26 – Apr 28, 2019 NCAA Certified

Suwanee, GA

Apr 28 – Apr 28, 2019 State Qualifier

Greenville, MI

May 3 – May 5, 2019 State Qualifier

Indianapolis, IN

May 3 – May 5, 2019 Open

Suwanee, GA

May 3 – May 5, 2019 State Qualifier

Knoxville, TN

May 4 – May 5, 2019 State Qualifier

Jupiter, FL

May 5 – May 5, 2019 State Qualifier

Mt. Pleasant, MI

Recent Tournament Results

Team FOrest

Team Forrest and the Atlanta Tap Out gave us a competitive 16U championship while offering up some memorable highlights. Tapouts ball movement was a thing of beauty, often leading to game-changing points along the way. Paul Lunguana played well in the second half as his teams leading 17 points kept them close. Team Forrest's size was too much to handle as the rebounding margin ultimately tipped the scale in their favor. This game felt like the coming out party of Team Forrest wing Jaylen Jackson as his blend of athleticism and size would routinely standout in transition.

Georgia CUp

The Mississippi YoungStarz were in control for most of the 10 and under championship game versus the ATL Blue Chips. The YoungStarz would go on to win 48 to 28.

Christopher Sanders led the YoungStarz with 12 points, the majority of them coming in the fourth quarter. Bryson Bolton wasn’t far behind with 10 points. But the star of the game was the team’s defense, which stifled the opposition, making tough to come by buckets.

The Blue Chips’ London Coggans has a strong performance despite being banged up throughout the matchup. He finished with 11 points in the loss. 

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