Upcoming Tournaments

Event Date(s) Stature Location Grade(s) Gender
May 26 – May 27, 2018 Super Regional

Coral Springs, FL

Jun 1 – Jun 3, 2018 State Championship

Port Charlotte, FL

Jun 1 – Jun 3, 2018 State Championship

Coral Springs, FL

Jun 1 – Jun 3, 2018 State Championship

Suwanee, GA

Jun 1 – Jun 3, 2018 State Championship

Birmingham, AL

Jun 2 – Jun 3, 2018 State Qualifier

Tampa, FL

Jun 2 – Jun 3, 2018 State Qualifier

Houma, LA

Jun 8 – Jun 10, 2018 State Championship

Coral Springs, FL

Jun 8 – Jun 10, 2018 State Qualifier

College Station, TX

Jun 9 – Jun 10, 2018 State Qualifier

Greenwood, IN

Jun 9 – Jun 10, 2018 State Championship

Mt. Pleasant, MI

Jun 15 – Jun 17, 2018 Super Regional

Biloxi, MS

Jun 16 – Jun 17, 2018 State Championship

Mt. Pleasant, MI

Jun 21 – Jun 24, 2018 National Championship

Gatlinburg, TN

Jun 23 – Jun 24, 2018 State Qualifier

Greenwood, IN

Jun 28 – Jul 1, 2018 National Championship

Alachua, FL

Jul 7 – Jul 8, 2018 State Qualifier

Indianapolis, IN

Jul 13 – Jul 15, 2018 State Qualifier

Starkville, MS

Jul 19 – Jul 22, 2018 National Championship

Cartersville, GA

Jul 20 – Jul 22, 2018 State Qualifier

Greenwood, IN

Jul 21 – Jul 22, 2018 Open

Biloxi, MS

Jul 28 – Jul 29, 2018 Open

Pinehurst, NC

Aug 4 – Aug 5, 2018 State Qualifier

Fairland, IN

Aug 18 – Aug 19, 2018 State Qualifier

Fairland, IN

Aug 24 – Aug 26, 2018 Open

Gatlinburg, TN

Recent Tournament Results

16U Elite Warriors 46, Savannah Hawks 43

The Elite Warriors used a second half surge to take down the Savannah Hawks in the 16U division championship game. Resiliency would be the word to describe the Elite Warriors squad. Trailing by eight in the first half, Avery McGarity led the charge with three second quarter 3-pointers to pull his squad back in front. 

The second half was a back-and-forth affair as the Hawks’ Jacquan Kearse and Dontavian Leach kept pace with Elite Warriors’ duo of Titus Brown and Micah Roebuck. 

9U: EOTO 33, ATL Blue Chip 27

EOTO Elite GA beat Team ATL Blue Chip 33-27 to win the 9 and under division of the Georgia Cup III tournament on Sunday. 

Bryce Fraley scored 8 points mainly off of inside baskets. Chase Walker also added 7 points through his ability to push the offensive tempo in transition. EOTO thrived on the defensive side of the ball and produced numerous scoring droughts from the opposition.

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