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Registration open for alumni tournament

Since 1986 it has been a tradition for members of the Santiam Canyon to participate in the Alumni Tournament. The 36th annual basketball and volleyball tournament is set for Nov. 11 – 13.

The tournament is open to everyone who attended or worked at any school within the Santiam Canyon School District, including Mill City, Gates and Detroit. Even if you never played on a team, you are still welcome to participate.

The alumni tournament is also a fundraiser to help teams raise funds for things like summer leagues, practice uniforms, etc. 

All sponsors will have their name listed on Tournament Sponsorship board. The following levels of sponsorship are available:

Red Level Sponsorship: $250 donation includes free admission for four, two Santiam hats and two beverages/popcorn per day at the tournament. 

Black Level Sponsorship: $100 donation includes free admission for two and two beverages/popcorn per day at the tournament.

White Level Sponsorship: $50 donation with free admission for one and one beverage/popcorn per day of the tournament.

Early registration is $37 for men’s basketball; late registration is $42. Early registration is $25 for womens volleyball; $30 for late registration. There is no registration at the gate.

Registration forms are available at or at Santiam Junior/Senior High, 300 SW Cedar St., Mill City. Early registration ends Oct. 27. Late registation ends Nov. 1.

For more information, contact [email protected] or 503-991-3099.

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