First Si View 3-on-3 ball tournament set

Si View Metro Parks is excited to announce a new sporting event open to all ages. Si View Classic, a 3-on-3 basketball tournament at Mount Si High School is scheduled for Saturday, July 14. The Si View Classic is sponsored by Talking Rain and supports Si View Metro Parks’ Recreation Basketball League and Wildcat Travel Basketball program.

Snoqualmie Valley’s Premier 3-on-3 basketball event features age divisions for boys and girls in grades 4 and up, along with women and men. Both recreational and competitive divisions are offered for high school divisions. Adult divisions include Open and 35+. Anybody who enjoys the game of basketball is invited to take part in this first annual event.

The tournament is Saturday July 14, at Mount Si High School, Snoqualmie. Games are scheduled throughout the day beginning at 8 a.m. and championship games concluding by 9 p.m.

Teams of all ages, sizes, and genders are invited to take part. Teams will participate in their own division to crown a champion on Saturday night at Mount Si High School.

The entry fee is $105 per team for all youth divisions and $110 per team for adult divisions. The fee includes a guarantee of three games, a Si View Classic Tournament T-Shirt, and, for all division winners, a championship T-shirt.

Registration is available online at or by phone, at (425) 831-1900. Entry deadline is June 20. Schedule will be emailed few days before the first round of games to team captains and tournament brackets will be posted on site.

Si View Metro Parks youth sports programs currently serve 500-600 youth basketball players in the Snoqualmie Valley with two programs, the Wildcat Travel Basketball program and the Recreation Basketball League. The Si View Classic 3-on-3 Tournament will enhance these programs by introducing new players to the sport of basketball as well as through contributions for items including uniforms, basketballs, and sport-specific equipment.

Call (425) 831-1900 for more information or email Aaron Colby, Youth Sports Coordinator at


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