2018 Sportable Spooktacular Wheelchair Basketball Tournament

Saturday, October 27th – Sunday, October 28th

Collegiate School

103 N Mooreland Rd, Richmond, VA 23229

 

Team Information

Brackets:
Spooktacular – Prep Schedule
Spooktacular – Varsity Schedule

 

Volunteer Opportunities for Individuals

Equipment Valet/Parking Support:
Directs traffic in parking lot and supports athletes moving equipment into facility.
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Info Desk/Team Check-In: 
Greets athletes upon arrival to facility, directs teams to playing area, and provides information for the tournament and RVA community.
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Court Monitor:
Ensures playing area is free of hazards and that all courts have water, game balls, and are following the tournament schedule.
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Score Keeper:
Manages the scoreboard, score sheet, or shot clock; a mandatory training session will be  provided for this role.
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Photographer:
Takes action shots of tournament play, edits content, and returns photos to Sportable staff at the conclusion of the tournament.
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Volunteer Opportunities for Groups

Hospitality Crew:
Stages hospitality rooms for refs, players, and volunteers with snacks and/or meals.
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Setup Crew:
Supports setup and staging of tournament facility.
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Tear Down Crew:
Supports final clean up of the facility; breakdown equipment and loads trucks/vehicles.
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Explore Richmond

GETTING TO RICHMOND IS EASY AND ACCESSIBLE BY CAR, BUS, TRAIN OR PLANE. RICHMOND IS WITHIN A HALF DAYS DRIVE FOR OVER HALF OF THE POPULATION IN THE USA!

Dining in Richmond – Accessible Restaurants:

There’s a reason National Geographic said Richmond is a place to visit for food, and Condé Nast Traveler said Richmond was the “Southern Food Destination You Need to Know About.” The best Richmond region restaurants are locally-owned and offer everything from farm-to-table to Asian fusion. Richmond chefs have even been nominated for James Beard awards. Metzger wins raves for its German food in Church Hill, while the Roosevelt and Rappahannock continue to impress.

Acacia Mid-town
2601 W Cary St, Richmond, VA 23220, 804.562.0138

Can Can
3120 W Cary St, Richmond, VA 23221, 804.358.7274

Kuba Kuba Dos
403 N Ridge Rd, Henrico, VA 23229, 804.288.0681

Lemaire
101 W Franklin St, Richmond, VA 23220, 804.649.4629

Metzger Bar & Butchery
801 N 23rd St, Richmond, VA 23223, 804.325.3147

Pasture
416 E Grace St, Richmond, VA 23219, 804.780.0416

Rappahannock
320 E Grace St, Richmond, VA 23219, 804.545.0565

The Roosevelt
623 N 25th St, Richmond, VA 23223, 804.658.1935

Secco Wine Bar
325 N Robinson St, Richmond, VA 23220, 804.353.0670

Short Pump has a large selection of chain dining that are all accessible.

Things To Do:

Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden
1800 Lakeside Ave, Henrico, VA 23228, 804.262.9887

Childrens Museum of Richmond
2626 West Broad St., Richmond, VA 23220, 804.474.7062

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
200 N Blvd, Richmond, VA 23220, 804.340.1400

Shopping:

Cary Town
Short Pump

 

Contact Information

If you have any questions about registration or the tournament, please contact:

Sportable – Alecia McConnell
alecia@sportable.org
804.340.2991

If you have any questions about the city of Richmond, please contact:

Richmond Tourism
804.266.4082 ext. 105