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2024 Rumble in the Wood

January 20 - 21, 2024

Sherwood, OR


To be put on the waitlist, please email


The “Sherwood Boys Rumble in the Wood” is an Official Qualifier for the 2024 Oregon Middle School Basketball Championship to be held in Central Oregon on March March 8 - 10, 2024.  All teams finishing 1st or 2nd in each division will qualify for the State Championship to battle top teams from towns throughout Oregon.

​​All tournaments guarantee 4 games. Games will be played Saturday and Sunday, with the exception of a few games Friday night. The schedule will be posted 7 days prior to the tournament. Game times begin at 8:15 am on Saturday and most championship games will begin at 6:30pm on Sunday. Tournaments will be limited to the first teams to register in each grade level. Your team will not be scheduled in the tournament bracket until your registration form and fee have been received.

Divisions will be divided up by grade, 4th-8th with Gold & Silver divisions at the 6th, 7th and 8th grade levels. If there are not enough teams, then we will combine divisions. If we need to combine, we will contact coaches on their preferences.


  • Championship prizes

  • School-based teams only (no club teams)

  • Certified referees

  • Tournament app (Tourney Machine)



  • $275 / team if signed up on or before Nov. 30; $300 / team after Nov. 30.

  • Make check out to "Sherwood Basketball Organization" and mail to P.O. Box 1024, Sherwood, OR 97140. Or Venmo fee to @sherwoodbasketballorg.

  • Registration will be confirmed once payment is received.

  • Checks not received may result in a delay of registration confirmation and entry. Full refunds will be given with a 21-day written notice. If requesting a refund less than 21 days and if the spot you are vacating can be filled, then a refund will be given minus a $50 processing fee. If requesting a refund within 21 days and the tournament is full and the spot cannot be filled, then no refund will be given.


Games will be two 16-minute stop-clock halves. There will be a 5-minute warm up period between games. If a team has a 20-point or greater lead the clock will continue to run the last eight minutes of the game. Halftime will be 4 minutes. First and second overtimes will be 2 minutes of stop time and the third over time will be sudden death.


Coaches will be allowed 2 time-outs per half, with each timeout being 1 minute in length. There will be no additional timeouts awarded during overtime.


Tie-Breaker Rules:

1. Head-to-head  2. Points allowed in pool games   3. Coin flip


  • Players and up to 2 coaches per team are free.

  • Adults (18 and over): $7 per person / day

  • Seniors (62 and over): $5 per person / day

  • Youth (17 and below): Free



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