Each player will have 2 practice shots before beginning from the baseline. Once the player begins, they will
have 45 seconds to make as many shots as possible.
There will be two balls and two rebounders "feeding"
the shooter. (*) The first 6 shots must be taken from designated areas. (2 on the left baseline, 2 at the top of the
key, 2 on the right baseline) After the first 6 the shooter can shoot from any spot behind the arc.
The shooter must select two friends from the same division as rebounders.
Each shot made is worth 1 point.
(There is no "Moneyballs" worth more than 1 point)
The top 3-5 shooters in each grade move onto
The final round will consist of the same format. (45 seconds, 6 requires spots for the first 6
There will be one champion per grade per gender.
The record of 12 3-Pointers in 45 seconds
was set by 8th Grader Markus Bohmiller
at the 6th Annual Tourney in the Finals Round.
At the 12th Annual Tourney 7th Grader
Jared Arone has 11 3 Pointers in the preliminary round.
number of players have had 10 ....
a 7th grader, Jon Skaza in the first round of the
1st Annual Tourney.
As a 7th grader, Brendan Kuzio in the finals of the 3rd Annual Tourney.
As an 8th Grader, Mike Markland in the finals of the 3rd Annual Tourney.
As an 8th Grader, Chris Rodgers in the finals of the 5th Annual Tourney.
As an 8th
Grader, Jack Sameski in the preliminary round of the 6th Annual Tourney.
an 8th Grader, Markus Bohmiller in the preliminary round of the 6th Annual Tourney.
The Girls' Record for 3-Pointers was set by Katelyn
Iafolla (7) as a 7th grader at the 1st Annual Tourney.