Take your events to the next level! The Red were upset in their final game against Run N Gun, 56-53, which was led by Westwood's Elite 50 selection Mya Johnson. "Everything is going to look a little different from the Kinloch Classic, to the Pink & White to probably the Blue and Gold," Scott said. Scott said the Tournament of Champions will follow the guidelines put into place by MSU and JQH Arena for men's and women's Bears basketball games. Two of the SPS-run multi-team events will go on a one-year hiatus during the pandemic. Similar changes could be coming to the Kinloch Classic wrestling tournament and others. That number will be different at Central, for example. "We're still on course to have the event," Scott said. "We felt like a one-year hiatus was the right thing to do," Scott said. Reach the reporter at dana.scott@azcentral.com or at 480-486-4721. Support local journalism. The first of seven 2020 Nike Tournament of Champions youth girls basketball Bubble Phoenix showcases through December began Saturday and Sunday in … It also gives us an opportunity to evaluate and critique the unique and special talents of ALL players that participate in our events. "If you go to a men's and women's (MSU) game, it's going to look pretty similar to our event," Scott said. pic.twitter.com/J3YnrYS8dQ, "We have a lot of talent on our team, obviously. #NikeTOC pic.twitter.com/payWz54O9l. "When we're going against some of these prep school teams and some of these players, it's just that our preparation is different. Their decision to transfer and form one of the state's most high profile girls hoops rosters has been a polarizing topic among local high school basketball fans, parents and coaches rooted in traditionalism. The Blue and Gold Tournament is run by Greenwood. SPS went the fall without having teams stay in hotels until state tournaments and that will be the plan for the winter. As it did with football and volleyball, SPS is only going to schedule its teams to play within southwest Missouri — while honoring conference schools such as Rolla and West Plains. © Exposure Events 2020 | Terms of Service | Privacy Policy | EastUS2, Tournament of Champions / Des Moines Session II. So 300 tickets will automatically be gone. There were no brackets or trophies to win, just playing for the love of the game and to gain exposure to recruiters in attendance. High school basketball fans are eager to get out and watch the talented teams across the region, and they're going to have an opportunity to do so. "We turned it around after halftime. Click on a division below or search for a team to view the schedule. Some of the PHH Prep's Blue team members like Maxwell also plays on the Red team. Then, the home team will be allowed to open their gates and sell walk-up tickets until that school's gym reaches 50 percent of its capacity. The Ozark Mountain Shootout, traditionally held at Glendale, won't be played this year. Top players on Basketball Science include Black Hills State-committed seniors Alivia Pautz from Scottsdale Notre Dame Prep and Haylee Weathersby from Glendale Apollo, Phoenix Xavier Prep sophomore Mia Davis and Surprise Valley Vista's top junior forward Mikela Copper. Stay in the know. We should be able to do good and challenge every single team," Finney said. "We feel like we've been fortunate across the state with how much we've been able to participate," Scott said. The 30th annual NJSIAA boys basketball Tournament of Champions tips off on Tuesday at Toms River North’s RWJ Barnabas Health Arena, as … The Nike TOC’s Bubble Session II will be in Phoenix Oct 17 and 18. PHH Prep's top players include Washington commit guard Jess Finney, Ally Stedman, UC-San Diego commit Bridget Mullings and fellow center Saniyah Neverson, sharpshooter Amoret Maxwell, and wings Shayla O'Neil and Jaida Brooks. In contrast, the Basketball Science club's best players remain on AIA high school rosters. Have tips for us? "(Head coach Milee Karre) told them we need to pick it up, gotta come in with a fight, our defense was lacking and need to hit easy shots, even in the paint where we weren't doing well.". "Athletic administrators are working as hard as they can to provide the most opportunities for our kids.". The first of seven 2020 Nike Tournament of Champions youth girls basketball Bubble Phoenix showcases through December began Saturday and Sunday in Phoenix. "We're trying to minimize the risk as much as we can.". For example, if Kickapoo is hosting West Plains, both Kickapoo and West Plains get 150 vouchers to distribute each. The resort was the main hub of the event, which had two basketball courts erected within each of its carpeted 20,000-square foot Canyon and Arizona Grand ballrooms.