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Pictures from last year's 2nd Annual Patrick's 3v3 Basketball Tournament at the Bolles School Saturday April 7th 2019

April 4, 2020 Team & Player Registration is CLOSED! See Below Volunteer Sign-up OPEN See Below

CANCELLED - 3rd Annual Patrick's 3v3 Basketball Tournament - Saturday April 4th

April 4th, 2020

CANCELLED 3rd Annual Patrick's 3v3 Basketball Tournament Opening 8am Saturday April 4th

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Team Captain Registration is CLOSED!

If you are a captain, click below to sign up your team for the tournament. Your teammates will need to go through the individual player registration to ensure they are on your team, receive their t-shirt and sign the required waiver to play. Please tell them your Team name. 

***CLICK REGISTRATION BOX DIRECTLY BELOW TO REGISTER AS TEAM CAPTAIN/MANAGER***

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Individual Player Registration is CLOSED!

Individual players who belong to a team need to fill out and submit their information by clicking the registration link below. You will need to provide your Team name.

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VOLUNTEER AT LINK BELOW

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CANCELLED Register Team & Players through March 29th for 3rd Annual Patrick's 3v3 Basketball Tournament - Saturday 8am-5pm Play ***

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ABOUT

The upcoming 3rd Annual Patrick’s 3v3 Basketball Tournament is planned for April 4th 2020.  The inaugural event on March 17, 2018 hosted by The Bolles School was a huge success with nearly 60 boys and girls teams participating with 197 players.  The second annual event hosted by The Bolles School on April 6, 2019 had 47 teams and 175 players.  The SABO referees donate their time to support the success of the tournament.    Many community and business organizations came together to promote awareness of teen mental health issues and reduce suicide rates in this age group. 

Suicide is a topic that is uncomfortable to many.  Suicide affects not only teens, but military personnel and police forces, professional athletes and high-profile business professionals.  According to a recent study published by the CDC, suicide rates increased in nearly every state between 1999 through 2016.  On average, one person dies by suicide every three hours in the state of Florida, and suicide is the 3rd leading cause of death for ages 15-24.  Suicide prevention begins with early detection, learning how to respond and where to find help.

At the encouragement of many educators, coaches and family members affected by suicide, the Patrick Heinold Foundation will expand the scope of its work this year.  Plans include establishing a speaker series with motivational messages targeted to teens; supporting educators who work with teens on the early warning signs of suicide and prevention measures; and promoting, among teens, an increased awareness of mental health and support services available. 


Tournament Details Below

3rd Annual Patrick’s 3v3 Basketball Tournament

Saturday April 4th, 2020 at The Bolles School (San Jose campus)

  • Tournament rules are posted below.  
  • All teams (3 or 4 players) guaranteed a minimum of three games and T-Shirts;  Age 36+ teams allowed 5 players to minimize injuries
  • Pool & Championship Play on Saturday younger teams to play earlier and older teams later -  8am-5pm
  • Games played to 15 points or 15 minutes, whichever comes first
  • Court monitors and SABO referees will keep score – players will coach themselves
  • Players must bring a white and dark shirt to all the games
  • Each player and parent of minor players must complete and e-sign a separate registration form and Bolles School General Release of Liability and Assumption of Risk (waiver). No exceptions
  • Saturday Game times to be posted Wednesday April 1st on the website
  • Registration through Sunday March 29th - $80 per team
  • Gender:   Girls      Boys

    Level of play:  Competitive      Recreational

    Grade level:   5th     6th      7th       8th      9th      10th     11th      12th        18-30        31-47       48+

REGISTRATION DEADLINE - Team Fee is $80

02/19/2020 – 03/29/2020

 

Concessions will be sold in the Canteen

RULES

  • No Arguing with referees. Refs have authority to disqualify a player for misbehaving
  • Half Court games in which regular 2s are counted as 1s regular 3s are counted as 2s
  • Object of the game is to get to 15 points while winning by 2 points or leading after a 15-minute timer expires
  • General basketball rules apply: Traveling, double dribble etc.
  • Players must bring both white and dark t-shirts
  • 3-4 players per team
  • Guaranteed 3 games per team
  • No “make it take it”
  • Each team gets ONE 30 second timeout
  • All possession changes have to be cleared behind the 3-point line (including air balls)
    • Any stoppage of play including an out of bounds must result in the ball being checked at top of the key
  • The penalty stalling is a turnover
  • Jump ball will be administered at…
    • Beginning of game
    • Jump ball situations
    • Start of overtime
  • Overtime consists of sudden death (first team to score wins)

Fouls

  • On fouls while shooting 1s, 1 free throw will be awarded
  • On fouls while shooting 2s, 2 free throws will be awarded (1 point each)
  • On shooting fouls players will compete for rebound just as in regular game
    • If the offensive team gets the rebound they don’t have to bring the ball back behind the 3-point line
    • If the defensive team gets the rebound, they have to bring the ball back behind the 3-point line
  • Personal fouls on the floor will result in a re-check at the top of the key except…
    • Once a team reaches 10 points any subsequent fouls against them leads to a point added to their score
    • Once a team reaches a situation in which they are 1 point away from winning, a foul against them will reward a free throw that will result in the game won or the ball being returned to the opposing team
For More Information:

The Patrick Heinold Foundation, Inc.
Hank Heinold   
(904) 807-8844 patrickheinoldfoundation@gmail.com

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