Step 1: Check if your athlete is on the roster by clicking “GAME DAY DETAILS“.
Step 2: If your athlete is on the roster, click “ELITE TOURNAMENT REGISTRATION


  • 9am – TEAM GRAY
  • 10am – TEAM BURGUNDY
  • 11am – TEAM GRAY
  • 12pm – TEAM BURGUNDY

Coaches are always evaluating players during practices, games and tournaments to fill rosters for teams including players who will compete in high level, high demand “elite” competitions. If your player does not participate in an elite level game for that weekend, they will still compete in shootouts or other tournaments in the same weekend. Elite players may also play in shootouts and other tournaments as well. In general the more games each player plays, the more opportunity they will have to strengthen their fundamental skills and expand their cognizance of the game.

Dashel Brecker, Eli McCune, Jacob Gladston, Miles Franklin, Peter Cacciapaglia, Ronan Berry, Sam Gibson, Shiloh Unger, Tate Jennison, Will Horowitz, William Reierson

Dario Sanchez, Eli McCune, James Cook, Jasper Jampol, Jonah Gluckstein, Max Konecke, Miles Franklin, Rowan O’Donnell, Will Horowitz, Sam Gibson


Arrival time: Please arrive at least 15 minutes before game start time

Duration: 1 hour


Parents are NOT required to wear mask at all times. We suggest our players follow the same Covid19 guidelines as our regular practice days. Games may be filmed and uploaded to our YouTube Channel as well.

$ spectator fee

$ Parking is available



  • Mask (may or may not be required by event host or facility – outdoor activities do not require masks)
  • “Uniform” for games only | Practice Jerseys only when requested by Coach
  • SCF Drawstring bag
  • Bottled Water


Student first: Our expectation for each player in our program is to display the behavior of a student athlete. Your academic and classroom performance comes first. Basketball is a privilege and a privilege can be taken away if the student is not excelling in the classroom.

Demonstrate sportsmanship: The way in which you choose to conduct yourself has a long lasting affect on everyone around you. To be the best athlete you must always strive to be the best version of yourself on and off the court. That means respecting yourself and others, being a good teammate and representing what it means to be a FIERCE athlete.

Be coach-able: Being able to listen and take instruction and execute under your coach’s direction demonstrates what it means to be coachable. Being coachable gets you in the game and helps your team excel. We expect our FIERCE athletes to follow directions given by their coach and other staff members.

Be a good teammate: Every player on your team has their own strengths and weaknesses. Basketball is a team sport and your success is your team’s success. The best players learn their teammates abilities to become successful as a group. There is no place for bullying or any un-Fierce-like behavior and players will be reprimanded immediately. We build each other up not tear each other down.

Game behavior: Basketball officials are a part of the game. It is your job as a player to learn how to overcome adversity when certain calls do not go your way. We all have experienced the emotions of what we feel are unjust calls however, we should avoid allowing our emotions to make us lose focus of doing are job on the court. There is ZERO tolerance for disrespect towards officials or any associated game day personnel. FIERCE athletes seen disrespecting or complaining to the officials will be immediately reprimanded and/or benched.

Enjoy the game, enjoy the process: Playing travel/club basketball is an opportunity to learn, grow and create memories. Win or lose, enjoy every moment of the experience. Basketball is a sport that will help shape you into upstanding student athletes. It will teach you invaluable lessons about life and equip with tools that will help you beyond the game.

REV 31023

September 23, 2023 @ 9:00 AM — September 23, 2023 @ 1:00 PM
9:00 am — 1:00 pm (4h)

The Map Sports Facility

Coach Mike