Registration open for annual 3-on-3 hoop tournament

The event is Saturday, July 27, during the annual Street Fair.

A pair of Youth Division competitors do hoop battle during last year’s 3-on-3 tournament. File photo by Kevin Hanson

A pair of Youth Division competitors do hoop battle during last year’s 3-on-3 tournament. File photo by Kevin Hanson

It’s not too early to be thinking about the annual 3-on-3 basketball tournament, held annually as part of the downtown Enumclaw Rotary Street Fair.

The fourth annual hoop competition will take place Saturday, July 27, beginning at 11 a.m. on Cole Street.

“Early bird” registration is going on through July 12. Entry fees are now $60 for youth and high school teams and $70 for the men’s, women’s, family and business divisions. After July 12, the fees jump to $70 and $80, respectively.

Teams can have three or four players and three games are guaranteed. In the Business Division, spouses of employees are eligible to play.

Anyone with questions can contact: rotarystreetfair@gmail.com. Registration forms also are available in Enumclaw at Mailbox Express.




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