Tournament Information

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Small Town Hospitality, Big Town Basketball

These tournaments are for both boys and girls in grades 5-8. Whether you're from Central Oregon, the Willamette Valley, the Oregon Coast, Washington, Idaho, California or any another state, this tournament cannot be missed. Each team is guaranteed 4 games, and the local backdrop features weekend events, great sponsors, and an amazing environment in beautiful Sisters, OR. The weekend promises to deliver great ball and great times for family and friends. Costs will be $300 per team (check for early bird

discounts). This is more than an average basketball tournament- this is an incredible experience for all families and teams.


  • Four Game Guarantee - two on Saturday and two on Sunday.
  • Divisions for 5th-8th grade boys and girls (teams will all play at a competitive level).
  • Brackets and game times will be accessible the Tuesday before the tournament.  You can either call or email Sisters Park & Recreation for the appropriate information 541-549-2091.
  • Your team will not be scheduled in the tournament bracket until your registration form and fee has been received.
  • There will be no refunds without a 30-day written notice.  Prorated Tournament fees may be made available if adverse weather conditions close roads or if other extenuating factors arise that reduce attendance affecting game guarantee.
  • All officials will be trained OSAA officials.
  • ​See registration fee information here.


Print off Waiver forms; one form must be submitted for every player.
(Waiver must be signed by consenting adult, all waivers must be turned in prior to first game of the tournament, NO EXCEPTIONS.)
Day of tournament; Please check into registration table 1 hour prior to your first games.

Tournament Information

  1. Games will begin at 8:00AM on Saturday, and 8:00AM on Sunday.
  2. Admissions: Daily admissions at the gate are $8 day pass for 12 and above, $5 for children 5-11, $10 single weekend pass and $25 family weekend pass (max of 5). Children 4 and under are free. Two coaches per team and all players are free.  
  3. T-shirts & sweatshirts will be available for purchase all weekend.
  4. The Sisters Shootout Series will provide scorekeepers for the book and clock. These scorekeepers are mainly high school athletes working to raise funds for their activities. You are welcome to have a bookkeeper sit with you on your bench, not at the official scorer's table. If there is a discrepancy then ask the clock keeper to buzz the horn to signal referee at the time of the question.
  5. Medals will be given for first, second, and third place finishers within each Championship/Gold bracket.

Tournament Rules

  • This tournament follows OSAA rules with the following exceptions:

    For all ages: 2-20 minute running time halves.

    ·  Clock will stop in the last two minutes if the game is within ten points.

    ·  3 minute half times

    ·  3 time-outs per game. Overtime-teams get an additional time out, but time outs do not carry over in overtime. (Both teams get 1 timeout)•Five minute warm up period between games.

    ·  Personal fouls will be tracked.

    ·  Overtime periods are three minutes long, the final minute will be stop clock.  If after one overtime period, the tie is not broken we will go to a 1 minute format, if still tied after two overtimes it will be sudden death. The first team to score in sudden death is the winner.

    ·  Tie Breaker- Head-to-Head Record, Head-to-Head Points Differential (if applicable), Head-to-Head Point Allowed (if applicable), Total point differential, Total points allowed

    ·  5th and 6th grade teams are allowed to full court press (man-to-man or zone) but must play man-to-man defense once across half court. There is no trapping in the half court, this constitutes Zone defense. Help defense or hedging is OK, but defender must return to man to man. Teams may not run a switching man-to-man defense.

    ·  7th and 8th boys use the 29.5 ball everyone else uses the 28.5 ball.

    ·  If the lead is greater than 15 you may not full court press.

    ·  Unsportsmanlike technical fouls will result in the opposing team: 

               a) Automatically receiving two points and possession of the ball, the player must sit out 2 minutes.

               b) Any team receiving three unsportsmanlike technical fouls will result in a forfeit of that game.

               c) Any coach, player, or fan that receives 2 unsportsmanlike technical fouls in any one game will be removed from that game and they will have to miss the next tournament game.

    ·  OSAA officials will be provided when available.  

Sisters Shootout Contests
Participate for just $5!

Hot Shot


Three Point

*Register for the contests at the concessions booth at Sisters High School.

*Contests begin at 9:00 PM on Saturday at Sisters High School.

Sisters Shootout Basketball Tournament Contest Rules

Hot Shot (5th/6th Grades, boys division and girls division)

Participants must be on a tournament roster.
Must be 5th or 6th grade to take part in the hot shot contest.
Each contestant has 30 seconds and can shoot from 4 spots.

4 spots:

Layup (1 point)
Block -outside the Key (2 points)
Free throw (4 points)
3 pointer (5 points)

Must shoot from each spot at least once before repeating any spots.
Cannot score the same shot twice, but if you are unsuccessful you may shoot again from the same spot. Once the shot is made you must move to a different spot.

 Three Point (Four divisions:   5th/6th boys, 5th/6th girls, 7th/8th boys, 7th/8th girls)

Participants must be on a tournament roster.
5 spots on the three point arc
2 balls in each spot for a total of 10 shots.
30 second time limit

Dunk Competition (7th and 8th Grades)

The contest will have 2 rounds.  The rim will be placed at 8 ½ feet.  Participants must be on a tournament roster.

Round 1

Each contestant will have 30 seconds to make two dunk attempts.  If their first attempt is successful then they are done.  Two failed attempts = no score
Dunks will be rated on a scale of 1-10 (10 = high)
Top 5 scorers move on to the finals


Scores reset for the finals. 
Dunks will be rated on a scale of 1-10 (10 = high)
Each contestant will get 45 seconds to make two dunk attempts.  If their first attempt is successful then they are done.  Two failed attempts = no score
The top scorer is the champion
In the event of a tie, each competitor will receive one more attempt – winner takes all