3 on 3 Tournament
November 2nd, 2019
East High School (Boys)
Ordean East Middle School (Girls)
BOYS AND GIRLS DIVISIONS!
ALL DAY EVENT!
SCHEDULES AND TOURNAMENT RULES ARE POSTED BELOW
20 Minute Running Time Games OR First Team to 30 Points (win by 2)
Full Concession Stand
Two Locations: East High School (Boys site) and Ordean East Middle School (Girls site)
TOURNAMENT RULES - PLEASE READ
NOTE: Teams are to bring their own balls. WE WILL NOT PROVIDE BALLS!
PLEASE REGISTER USING THE FOLLOWING LINK
Tournament Registration Deadline: Wednesday October 23rd
LIABILITY FORMS NEED TO BE COMPLETED AND SIGNED BY THE DAY OF THE EVENT.
MAIL COMPLETED LIABILITY FORMS TO:
1521 Morningside Ave
Duluth, MN 55803
LIABILITY FORMS MAY ALSO BE TURNED IN AT THE TEAM CHECK IN TABLE ON TOURNAMENT DAY
GIRLS: 2019 Registered Teams
BOYS: 2019 Registered Teams
BOYS' DIVISION SCHEDULES
ALL GAMES PLAYED AT EAST HIGH SCHOOL
GIRLS' DIVISION SCHEDULES
ALL GAMES PLAYED AT ORDEAN EAST MIDDLE SCHOOL
On February 11th, 2013, Duluth unexpectedly lost one of its finest, David Katoski.
Dave, also known as "David K", was a "Duluthian" through and through. Dave grew up in as an active youth in Duluth where he became a star three sport athlete and team captain at Cathedral High School in football, basketball and baseball. He was also the homecoming king his senior year. Following his graduation from Cathedral, Dave went on to play football at UMD from 1977-1981, and in 1980, he helped the Bulldogs achieve their first undefeated season in school history. It was at that time Dave met Patti -- the love of his life... and the rest is history. The couple had three kids of their own: Katie, Kelly, and Sean.
Dave is respectfully remembered as one who served others first. He was a huge proponent of youth athletics throughout the city of Duluth. Dave found absolute joy in coaching countless football, basketball, softball, and soccer teams in Duluth and specifically through the programs here at Duluth East High School.
Most importantly, Dave understood the true purpose of sports. He knew it wasn’t about winning or losing, but more importantly, it was about developing great character and no matter what, always giving your best effort, regardless of the outcome. If Dave was still here with us today, he would tell you all to “Play Hard, Have Fun”.
Without hesitation, the East Basketball Association is beyond honored to host this event in the Katoski name.