DECEMBER 19–21, 2019 • NICEVILLE, FL

EMERALD COAST 16

The Emerald Coast 16 is a national high school Christmas event held on the Emerald Coast in Niceville, FL. The tournament consist of a 16-team tournament with two divisions of eight teams battling it out for 3 tough days. The divisions are split between teams from all over the country. Emerald Coast 16 is held on the campus of the beautiful Northwest Florida State College’s at the astonishing Raider Arena.

EC16 is the perfect stage to bring together high school basketball players, sponsors, and fans from across the United States. Each game will be streamed throughout the entire country by 3 major media networks, along with thousands of people from the community and participating team fans on hand to witness the talent from elite athletes. Sponsors will receive an unprecedented amount of exposure from mass marketing and advertisement placed throughout the facility, radio drops, the internet streaming of live games, and commercials.

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HISTORY

The Emerald Coast 16 started in 2018 loaded with talent from nationally ranked schools to nationally ranked players such as Lamelo Ball, Kaleb Washington, and Maddy Sissoko to name a few. 2018 EC16 ended with two nationally ranked teams winning the championship in each bracket. Carmel Christian from Charlotte, NC who knocked off a young but very talented Pebblebrook High School from Mabelton, GA taking home the Three Stripe Life trophy. While the Wasatch Academy Tigers from Mt Pleasant, Utah won the championship on the “Marquee” bracket by beating national power house Wheeler High School from Marietta, GA.

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HISTORY

 

The Emerald Coast 16 started in 2018 loaded with talent from nationally ranked schools to nationally ranked players such as Lamelo Ball, Kaleb Washington, and Maddy Sissoko to name a few. 2018 EC16 ended with two nationally ranked teams winning the championship in each bracket. Carmel Christian from Charlotte, NC who knocked off a young but very talented Pebblebrook High School from Mabelton, GA taking home the Three Stripe Life trophy. While the Wasatch Academy Tigers from Mt Pleasant, Utah won the championship on the “Marquee” bracket by beating national power house Wheeler High School from Marietta, GA.

PARTNERS