Boys & Girls high school basketball tournament

November 27/28 2015

All session
pass at
door $17

All proceeds go to the Play For Orange Foundation that supports cancer research

Day Pass
Fri $10
Sat $10

Under 5yrs Old Free
Ticket is good for games on that day
No Refunds

Children's Healthcare of Atlanta

NOVEMBER 27/28 2015

@Holy Innocents' Episcopal School
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2nd Annual Hoopsgiving Tournament

With an incredibly successful premiere in 2014, Holiday Hoopsgiving has quickly established itself as the Southeast’s premier high school basketball showcase, bringing together the Peach State’s top boys and girls teams to compete against some of the nation’s best programs. Highly ranked national players, regional rising stars, and under-the-radar up-and-comers alike all come together in Atlanta over Thanksgiving weekend to compete against a collection of talent found nowhere else in the country.

Holiday Hoopsgiving 2014 was covered by ESPN, Yahoo! Sports, Rivals.com, and numerous other high school sports and college basketball recruiting blogs.

This year’s tournament will be covered by all those and Maxpreps.com, SUVtv, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Fox Sports, 92.9 The Game, and other media outlets. For its 2nd annual tournament, Holiday Hoopsgiving plans to keep expectations high as it has an amazing team line up.

In addition to serving as a rush of competition for teams, a talent showcase for players, and a dream for high school basketball fans, Holiday Hoopsgiving also -- and more importantly -- directly benefits and is hosted by Play For Orange, a non-profit organization dedicated to funding research for a cure for leukemia.

2015 Boys
High School Teams

  1. /001

    Sandy Creek High School

    Tyrone, GA

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    Columbia High School

    Huntsville, AL

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    Pebblebrook High School

    Mableton, GA

  4. /004

    Green Forest Christian Academy

    Decatur, GA

  5. /005

    Potters House Christian School

    Jacksonville, FL

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    Covenant Christian Ministries Academy

    Marietta, GA

  7. /007

    Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School

    Atlanta GA

  8. /008

    Duluth High School

    Duluth, GA

  9. /009

    Wasatch Academy

    Mt. Pleasant, UT

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    Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic School

    Anniston, AL

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    Westlake High School

    Atlanta, GA

  12. /012

    IMG Academy

    Braselton, FL

  13. /013

    Douglas Co. High School

    Douglasville, GA

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    McIntosh High School

    Peachtree City, GA

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    Jones Co. High School

    Gray, GA

  16. /016

    Norcross High School

    Norcross, GA

  17. /017

    22 Ft. Academy

    Greenville, SC

  18. /018

    Pace Academy

    Atlanta, GA

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    East Hall High School

    Gainesville, GA

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    Paideia School

    Atlanta, GA

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    East Jackson

    Commerce, GA

2015 Girls
High School Teams

  1. /001

    Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School

    Atlanta, GA

  2. /002

    Mountain View High School

    Lawrenceville, GA

  3. /003

    Huntsville High School

    Huntsville, AL

  4. /004

    Columbus High School

    Columbus, GA

  5. /005

    East Hall High School

    Gainesville, GA

  6. /006

    Jonesboro High School

    Jonesboro, GA

  7. /007

    Sprayberry High School

    Marietta, GA

  8. /008

    South Atlanta High School

    Atlanta, GA

  9. /009

    St. Francis Academy

    Alpharetta, GA

  10. /010

    Clarke Central High School

    Athens, GA

2015 Tournament Schedule

  1. 11:15AM

    Girls Game

    South Atlanta, GA Holy Innocents', GA Gym 1

    No Game

  2. 1:00PM

    Boys Game

    Holy Innocents', GA Duluth, GA Gym 1

    Boys Game

    Sandy Creek, GA Columbia, AL Gym 2
  3. 2:45PM

    Boys Game

    Covenant Christian, GA Potters House, FL Gym 1

    Girls Game

    St. Francis, GA Mountain View, GA Gym 2
  4. 4:30PM

    Boys Game

    Pebblebrook, GA Green Forest Academy, GA Gym 1

    Boys Game

    Wasatch Academy, UT Sacred Heart, AL Gym 2
  5. 6:15PM

    Boys Game

    McIntosh, GA Douglas Co., GA Gym 1

    Girls Game

    Huntsville, AL Columbus, GA Gym 2
  6. 8:00PM

    Boys Game

    Westlake, GA IMG Academy, FL Gym 1

    Girls Game

    Jonesboro, GA Clarke Central, GA Gym 2
  1. 9:30AM

    Girls Game

    Columbus, GA Jonesboro, GA Gym 1

    No Game

  2. 11:15AM

    Girls Game

    Holy Innocents', GA Huntsville, AL Gym 1

    Girls Game

    Mountain View, GA South Atlanta, GA Gym 2
  3. 1:00PM

    Boys Game

    Sacred Heart, AL Holy Innocents', GA Gym 1

    Boys Game

    Wasatch Academy, UT Sandy Creek, GA Gym 2
  4. 2:45PM

    Boys Game

    Potters House, FL 22 Feet Academy, SC Gym 1

    Boys Game

    East Hall, GA Paideia, GA Gym 2
  5. 4:30PM

    Boys Game

    IMG Academy, FL McIntosh, GA Gym 1

    Boys Game

    Jones Co., GA Columbia, AL Gym 2
  6. 6:15PM

    Boys Game

    Green Forest Academy, GA Norcross,GA Gym 1

    Girls Game

    Clarke Central, GA Sprayberry, GA Gym 2
  7. 8:00PM

    Boys Game

    Pace, GA Westlake, GA Gym 1

    Girls Game

    Huntsville, AL East Hall, GA Gym 2

Play For Orange is a non-profit organization dedicated to funding research for a cure for leukemia, and direct patient care programs that ease financial, social, and emotional burdens of low income patients and their families in the Atlanta area. Leukemia is the most common cancer found in children and teens and orange is the color widely associated with this form of cancer. Our mission at Play for Orange is to partner with energy driven high school athletes to raise awareness, funds, and support for those youth diagnosed with Leukemia and their families. Play for Orange uses the game of basketball as a platform to raise this awareness.

Proceeds from Holiday Hoopsgiving benefit Play For Orange, and as part of their participation in the tournament, all players and coaching staff from each team collect donations in their respective hometowns and visit Children’s Hospital of Atlanta over the weekend, bringing gifts and sharing their stories of achievement through sports with young patients.