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Florida's King & Queen of the Court



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The biggest basketball event held in Florida. Teams from all over the state of Florida will compete in this high school "March Madness" event. The event promotes hardworking student-athletes and the value of higher education within state of Florida. Event Summary: In an effort to expose more Florida high school-athletes to collegiate coaches, we are bringing the biggest elite high school basketball tournament ever created to the state of Florida (GAMES TELEVISED). This event will allow more Florida high school student-athletes the opportunity to play pass state competition, and also provide athletes another chance to be noticed by the college coaches still looking for a few more players.    We have created a way to allow all eight (8) state championship teams, from each classification in Florida, to come head-to-head and battle for one crown; leaving one boys and girls team standing as the king and queen of the court in Florida. This competition will establish a state level equivalent to the NCAA’s March Madness.  In addition, the top boys and girls teams crowned may compete on a national level, at the Dick’s Sporting Goods National High School Invitational.

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