7-7:30am – Registration
7:30-7:45am – P3 Introduction
7:45am-8am – Rules Introduction
8am-4pm – Pool Play
5pm-6pm – Round 1 Single Elimination Tournament
6-6:30pm – Round 2 Single Elimination Tournament
6:30-7pm – Quarterfinals
7-7:30pm – Semifinals
7:30-8pm – FINALS
8-8:15 – Awards CeremonyRead More
Tournament Pool Play will begin at 8:00am and End at 4:00pm.
*Each Game will consist of an 18-minute game, starting exactly on schedule. (No Overtime will be allowed)
*There will be 2 minutes between each game to clear the court for the 2 upcoming teams.
Teams will play to 21 points (or until the 18-minutes is up.)
Officials on the court will keep track of fouls, score, and time. Officials at each game have full control of each game.
Stalling will not be permitted. A move towards the basket or a pass must be made every 10 seconds or it will result in a stalling violation resulting in a possession turnover.
Pool Play Tournament Rules:
Every team will draw for their pool and position at registration.
There will be 32 Pools of 4 Teams.
Each Team in each pool will play each.
The winner o...
Only the first 128 Teams that register will be allowed into the tournament.Read More
For questions about P3 and its community partners – feel free to contact any of the following:
Janice Wright – Program Director
P – (316) 290-8822
F – (316) 290-8809
E – JWright@KSBBBS.org
“P3″ – Positive Pathways Program is a community-wide program intended to improve the long-term labor market prospects of youth, ages 16-24, that have a history with the juvenile justice system. Through strategic collaboration, P3 aims to find a sustainable and community-rooted solution to reducing crime and enhancing positive opportunities for youth.
How do we help?
-P3 provides intense support and encouragement to overcome obstacles leading to involvement in the juvenile justice system.
-P3 empowers participants to achieve goals and avoid future obstacles through education, guidance, and community service.
Youth in this program are part of wrap around services through a community partnership. These services include:
- Education and training
- Restorative Justice