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Girls State Tournament Info

By Owatonna Basketball Association 02/14/2021, 6:00pm CST

Girls state basketball tournament, including brackets, is available here

Rochester Girls Tournament

By Owatonna Basketball Association 02/14/2021, 5:45pm CST

Information for the Rochester Girls Basketball Tournament can be found here

Girls 7 Blue Farmington Tournament

By Owatonna Basketball Association 02/06/2021, 5:15am CST


  • The brackets will be posted to Tourney Machine by end of day Thursday, 2/4/21
  • Please download the Tourney Machine App as that is where all brackets, updates and scores will be posted
  • Scheduling was a bugger this year because…:

(1) We had to combine our Boys Tournament from Dec with our Girls, leaving some spacing issues

(2) We tried hard to keep our player in PODs and reduce cross traffic

(3) We kept all divisions at one location.

  • All divisions will play their entire tournament on one day.  In the spirit of all that is COVID and change, we  had added some Friday night games to for a few 8th Grade Divisions.  We know this is not the norm.  Our hope is you see it as a sneak peek into what High School ball means for those that are aging out of travel after this year.



·         We have 5 sites.  All are located about 5 minutes of each other, except for our 1 new location in Apple Valley

·         Apple Valley Community Center (AVCC) , 14603 Hayes Rd, Apple Valley, MN – SATURDAY ONLY

·         Farmington High School (FHS) 20655 Flagstaff Ave, Farmington, MN 55024

·         Levi Dodge Middle School (LDMS) 4200 208th St W, Farmington, MN 55024

·         Robert Boeckman Middle School (RBMS) 800 Denmark Ave, Farmington, MN 55024

·         Riverview Elementary (RVES) 4100 208th St W, Farmington, MN 55024



  • Per MDH and ISD 192 facility requirements we are limited to the following:
    • 10 Player per Roster
    • 2 Coaches, and 6 Spectators (8 Adults)
  • Each team is required to provide one person from their total of 8 adults for official scorekeeper or official timekeeper per game.
  • There will not be an admission charge.



  • Coaches will receive 8 wristbands for adults that will enter with their team. This total of 8 includes the coaches. 
  • Players and officials will NOT need a wristband to enter the facility. Coaches and spectators (a total of 8 adults) will need a wristband. 
  • Coaches will be able to get your wristbands the morning of the tournament and disperse them. 




  • All players, spectators, coaches, officials, EMS and volunteers who enter the building must complete and sign a waiver, including phone number and complete a roster.  PLEASE SHARE THIS EMAIL WITH YOUR COACHES AND FAMILIES
  • Please electronically sign the waiver and complete the roster here and submit ALL by 8pm Sunday, 02/07/21.  
    • Release and Waiver form for parents/guardians to fill out for their athlete
    • Spectator Information form for all spectators planning to attend our tournament
    • Team Roster for coaches to fill out
  • Participants will not be able to play without ALL 3 FORMS COMPLETED
  • Wristbands for spectators and coaches will be given to the head coach after confirming that all participants on the team roster and spectators must have completed a waiver form at check in.



  • Everyone must wait outside until the teams from the previous game have left the building and the court has been sanitized. 
  • Please report to the door for entry 30 minutes prior to your game time. 
  • We will come outside to everyone when it is ok for the coaches and players to come inside. 
  • Head coaches may come into the building before their game to collect their team’s wristbands and will be in charge of distributing to spectators. 
  • There will be an area set up inside where players can change shoes and get ready. 
  • The team will then be notified when they can head to their court from their staging area and escorted with to their court by their appointed Usher
  • All attendees must leave the facility immediately if their team is not currently playing. (No after game meetings in the building) 





Farmington High School (FHS)

Courts 1-3 Door 29

Courts 4-5 Door 28

Courts 1-3 Door 30

Courts 4-5 Door 31

Robert Boeckman Middle School (RBMS)

Door 11

Door 6

Levi Dodge Middle School (LDMS)

Door 17

Door 12

Riverview Elementary School (RVES)

Door 1

Door 16

Apple Valley Community Center (AVCC)

Main Entrance

Back Entrance




  • All participants and spectators (players, coaches, officials, staff, spectators and game personnel) will be required to wear face coverings during warmups, game time, and when on the bench. 
  • Mesh Masks are not permitted and will not be accepted as suitable face covering for entry, play, or otherwise
  • In accordance with MDH guidelines FYBA will allow an exemption from masks, but the participant must obtain a written, medical exemption from a licensed medical professional who is registered, licenses, certified or otherwise statutorily authorized by the state to provide medical treatment and is practicing within a medical training and scope of practice.
    • Participants Head Coach must provide FYBA notification of any mask/face covering exemption by Wednesday, 2/10.  Please submit copy of medical documentation to, and carry a copy of written documentation at all times.
  • Individuals without a face covering will not be allowed to enter the facility without having the completed exception steps noteabove or otherwise.



  • All attendees must maintain six feet distance, whenever possible from anyone outside their household. 
  • Since spectators are limited, consider designating someone at the game to record the game and share it online (SeasonCast, Facebook Live, YouTube, etc.) 
  • We will not have brackets posted at our facilities to prevent people gathering. Please download the Tourney Machine App– you’ll find all brackets, updates, and scores will be posted there.



The playing rules have been modified to help prevent exposure and to refrain from physical contact with coaches, players, and spectators.

  • 20 minute halves running time; the last 2 minutes of the game will be stop time. 
  • Longer breaks in between games to clear and clean the courts. 
  • Beginning with the 7th team foul of each half, free throws are one and one. There will be no double bonus this year. 
  • No handshakes after the game. 
  • Hand Sanitizer will be available at each court. 
  • Full list of rules posted to and on MYAS 



  • We will NOT have concessions at our tournament this year.  We do have special offers on dining opportunities for you to enjoy while in our area.  See attached Tiger Chow document on your team page or find our or site.
  • Drinking fountains will be turned off. Bottle fillers will be on. Please be sure to bring extra water. 
  • We are keeping the “Tiger-tastic” Sportsmanship alive, our refs are empowered to hand out a special award to the player that best exhibits sportsmanship during their game.



  • COVID positive test results/team in quarantine BEFORE the Tiger Classic
    • In the unfortunate event you’ve had a team exposure and you need to pull out of the tournament. We understand and you’ll get a full refund. 
      • Just, please tell us immediately so we can adjust our brackets and try to fill the spot.
      • I am the person you should email with this information –
  • If you, or your association, have a COVID exposure to report AFTER the tournament – please immediately contact Jill Goring at She is also copied here for your convenience.

Brooke Hrdlichka


Phone: 507-213-4144

Toni Glynn


Phone: 507-456-0845

Laura Blahosky

Parent Rep

Linde Wolff

Board Rep

Phone: 612-618-7682

Girls 7 Blue Tournaments

Date Location
January 17 Lakeville South
January 30-31 Eden Prairie (Shakopee High School)
February 6-7 Edina
February 13-14 Farmington
February 20-21 Rochester
February 27-28 State