3rd Annual CFFC 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament
Start: Saturday, March 23, 2013 @ 11:00 AM (EDT)
Victor , NY 14564
Registration Closing Date
Friday, March 15, 2013 @ 5:00 PM (EDT)
3rd Annual CFFC 3 on 3 basketball tournament in the memory of Peter J. Lunn. All proceeds will be going directly to benefit CFFC. CFFC is a local non-profit organization that helps assist Cystic Fibrosis patients and their families offset the costs associated with frequent hospitalizations and other medical crisis.
***PLEASE READ*** Due to construction on campus, the normal back entrance will not be available this year. Follow the signs to the North Parking lot and walk in the main entrance to the Sr. High. Also, the waiver attached in this registration is mandatory for each player to PRINT, SIGN and BRING to check in this year. ALL team members need to be present when checking in. You will need to wait until ALL team players are present in order to check in and get to the gyms. The tournament is a true double elimination format which means each team must lose two games to get knocked out of the tournament. If they lose one game, they have the opportunity to win their way back into the championship game. Registration starts at 11:00 am, the tournament will start at 12:00pm and concludes at 5:00pm. There are ten divisions which include: 5th-6th grade, 7th-8th grade, high school, open (college) and 30 and over. Both Male and Female. $60 per team registration fee up until Midnight February 28th ($75 per team for registration from March 1st to March 15th) includes a free tournament t-shirt and minimum of 2 games. Trophies will be awarded to first place teams in each division!!! **Because of risks to people with cystic fibrosis, individuals with a confirmed positive sputum culture for Burkholderia cepacia complex shall not attend this event. This is because B. cepacia can be passed between individuals who have CF through close proximity. B. cepacia infection in a person with CF can cause serious respiratory illness and, in some patients, may lead to death. Despite this policy, there might still be some individuals with B. cepacia in attendance. B. cepacia is not a risk for otherwise healthy individuals