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Martin Luther King Jr. Invitational

Presented by Trusted Coaches

Top "B" Teams in the State of Minnesota 

January 20, 2020

 

A GREAT WAY TO HONOR A GREAT MAN

Martin Luther King, Jr., Day, Honoring the achievements of Martin Luther King, Jr. A Baptist minister who advocated the use of nonviolent means to end racial segregation, he first came to national prominence during a bus boycott by African Americans in Montgomery, Alabama, in 1955. He founded the Southern Christian Leadership Conference in 1957 and led the 1963 March on Washington. The most influential of African American civil rights leaders during the 1960s, he was instrumental in the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which outlawed discrimination in public accommodations, facilities, and employment, and the Voting Rights Act of 1965. King was awarded the Nobel Prize for Peace in 1964. He was assassinated on April 4, 1968.

Brackets

Event Recap 

 

Contact
763-781-2220
jeremy@myas.org

EVENT SUMMARY

This tournament is invite only for "B" Boys’ teams and Girls’ teams in grades 5-8.

The intent of this event is to match up the top " B" teams in the state of Minnesota.

We will use results from the 2019 Grade State Championships to determine who gets invited to this event.

Organizations that utilize the Trusted Coaches risk management platform will get priority when selecting teams.

Entry Fee

  • $275 per team

HIGHLIGHTS

  • 3 Games in 1 Day
  • 8 Team Brackets
  • T-Shirts for All Players (free)
  • The Best vs The Best
  • Photographers and Writers On-Site
  • Certified Officials
Anoka-Ramsey B6B- Champions
Anoka-Ramsey B6B- Champions
True Foundation Sports Wildcats, Mpls. B5B-Champions
True Foundation Sports Wildcats, Mpls. B5B-Champions
Wayzata White B5B- Runner-Up
Wayzata White B5B- Runner-Up
North St. Paul Polars B8B- Champions
North St. Paul Polars B8B- Champions
Duluth Denfeld Hunters B8B- 4th Place
Duluth Denfeld Hunters B8B- 4th Place
Jordan Maroon G6B- Champions
Jordan Maroon G6B- Champions
Anoka-Ramsey Tornadoes G6B- Consolation Champions
Anoka-Ramsey Tornadoes G6B- Consolation Champions
Rogers Royals G7B- 2nd Place
Rogers Royals G7B- 2nd Place
St. Cloud G6B- 3rd Place
St. Cloud G6B- 3rd Place
Osseo/Maple Grove G7.2B- Champions
Osseo/Maple Grove G7.2B- Champions
Eden Prairie Eagles G7.2B
Eden Prairie Eagles G7.2B
Wayzata G7.2B Runner -Up
Wayzata G7.2B Runner -Up
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