2023 Grandview Summer Heat 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament

August 19-20, 2023

We are excited for the 2nd Annual Grandview Summer Heat 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament.  The tournament will be held on the streets of Downtown Grandview on August 19th & 20th, 2023.  Grandview Summer Heat is presented by Main Street Grandview Association with ARPA funding provided by the City of Grandview.   

Here are important details about the tournament: 

  • The tournament will take place on Saturday, August 19th and Sunday, August 20th, 2023. 
  • Cost of the tournament fee is $135 per team.   
  • Registration and payment must be received by the deadline of July 31st, 2023.  
  • Online registration payment options preferred are debit, credit, and pay pal.  If other options are needed, check and cash payments can be accepted with payment arrangements made prior to the deadline.  For checks or money orders can be mailed to Main Street Grandview Association: Main Street Grandview Association P.O. BOX 990 Grandview, WA 98930 
  • If paying by check, make checks payable to:  Main Street Grandview Association.  Checks must be received prior to the deadline. 
  • Any non-sufficient funds incurred from checks will be the responsibility of the account holder and will not be the responsibility of Main Street Grandview Association or its members. 
  • No refunds will be issued. 
  • Check-in begins at 7:30 am on Saturday with a Coaches Meeting at 8:30 am.  Coaches and teams can report to the Main Street Grandview booth. 
  • Games will start at 9:00 am on both days 

Medical Release:  I am familiar with the tournament environment and understand that there are risks associated to participants.  In the event the participant is injured, or becomes seriously ill, and I cannot be reached, I authorize the program personnel, to seek and authorize any and all hospitalization, medical, dental, and/or surgical treatment, deemed advisable by the circumstances. Being fully informed of these risks and in consideration of the privilege of participating in the First Annual Grandview Summer Heat 3 on 3 Tournament, I hereby assume all risk of injury or liability and waive any right of recovery from or to bring suit against the Grandview Main Street Association or any of the event volunteers or sponsors for any personal injury, death or other consequences arising out of participation in the event. 

Media Release:  I agree that any photographs, video, and digital images taken by tournament volunteers may be used by Main Street Grandview Association for any promotional, marketing, advertising, and/or publicity purposes which may include social media, radio, publications, and/or other promotional/marketing venues.  I have read and fully understand the foregoing release and grant full consent and authorization to participate in the event. 

Each player’s signature (and/or parent/guardian signature) authorizes and consents to the medical release of liability, media release, and tournament rules and expectations.  Signatures will be required prior to the start of the first game.  

For tournament information or questions, please contact: 

Laura Flores at (509) 788-5498 or lauraflores05@live.com or Alicia Fajardo at (509) 788-8758 or executivedirector@mainstreetgrandview.com 

The Second Annual Grandview Summer Heat 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament Rules & Expectations 


  • There is a three-game minimum guaranteed.
  • A team is composed of a minimum of three players and a maximum of four players, no exceptions.
  • Participating players must be listed on the registration form.  Change of player(s) must be made before first game at the Main Street Grandview booth.
  • No substitutions of roster can be made once the first game has started.  
  • Youth divisions are based on the grade level of the 2023-2024 school year (next fall).  The participant with the highest grade level determines the bracket.
  • If there is a low registration number of teams in a division, divisions may be combined.
  • All youth teams must have an adult designated team contact present at all times.


  • Games will be played for two 10-minute halves with a 1-minute break.
  • One 1-minute game break will be called for all teams at the 10-minute mark of the game.
  • A coin toss will determine which team earns possession of the ball at the beginning of the game.
  • There is a 5-minute grace period before a forfeit will be declared.  
  • Teams must have two players to play in a game.
  • All games are to 20 points or to a 20-minute time limit, whichever comes first. 
  • At the end of the time period, if the game is tied, teams will shoot free throws.  Both teams will shoot alternating free throws until someone misses.  Possession of the ball at the start of sudden death overtime is decided by a coin flip.
  • For youth games, grade level will determine ball size used for games.  
  • Check-in rule will be in place.
  • Shooting fouls called will automatically call for shooter to shoot one free throw then the opposite team will receive the ball.  If it is a foul on a 2 point attempt the player will get two free throws.
  • There is a 2-point line.  Both feet must be behind this line in order to score two points.
  • Balls must be brought behind the back line at change of possession before you may advance for a score.  This means you must go to the top of the key, not the sides.
  • After each basket is made, or if the ball goes out of bounds, the ball will be checked in at the top and be put into play with a pass.
  • Free pass behind the take back line.
  • On the inbounds pass, defenders cannot defend past the 2-point line. 
  • All game decisions and rule interpretations will be provided by the court monitor.
  • Complaints or issues shall be directed to the court monitor.
  • The decision of the court monitor is final.
  • All major decisions will be handled by the tournament officials.


  • The team captain or team coach is expected to aid in controlling teammates and team followers and represent his/her team as a spokesperson in case of appeals to the court monitor or tournament officials.
  • Technical fouls will result in one point for the other team and possession of the ball to the other team.
  • Players, coaches and spectators are to show good sportsmanship at all times.  Flagrant fouls or bad language from players, coaches or spectators will result in forfeiture of the game.
  • Failure to comply during this community event with acts such as fighting, taunting, intimidating, or verbally attacking a tournament official, player, spectator or volunteer will not be tolerated and may lead to remove of the player, team and/or spectator from the tournament.  
  • Teams playing in a rough manner will be given a warning.  If continued, the team may be disqualified from the tournament.
  • Any ejection from the entire tournament will result in suspension from the next year’s tournament, at a minimum.  
  • Decision made by tournament officials are final!

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