Germantown Community Basketball Tournament
The Germantown Community Basketball Tournament has been held annually since its inception in 1989. The tournament, now in its 31st year, has always been focused on benefiting the Germantown community.
The tournament brings together high school students from diverse backgrounds. The selection of participants provides an opportunity for exciting out-of-league match-ups between squads whose schedules would never otherwise intersect.
Friday, December 10 & Saturday, December 11, 2021
Germantown Friends School Scattergood Gym, 31 W. Coulter Street, Philadelphia, PA 19144
Friday, December 10
- 3:30 p.m. (Girls) – Parkway Northwest vs. St. Hubert
- 5:00 p.m. (Boys) – Simon Gratz vs. Robeson
- 6:30 p.m. (Girls) – GFS vs. Bodine
- 8:00 p.m. (Boys) – GFS vs. Bodine
Saturday, December 11
- 12 p.m. (Girls) – Consolation Game
- 1:30 p.m. (Boys) – Consolation Game
- 3:00 p.m. (Girls) – Championship
- 4:30 p.m. Germantown Community Service Award Presentation
- 5:00 p.m. (Boys) – Championship
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1993 Charles Younger
1994 Veronica Joyner
1995 Sara Sharpe
1996 Laura Aldrich
1997 Reverend Bob Emberger
1998 Mike McCrea
1999 Margaret Hutchinson
2000 Rosalind McKelvey
2001 Frank Jones
2002 Patricia Simmons
2003 Tony Hudgins
2004 No Tournament
2005 LeRoi Simmons
2006 Mike Wise
2007 Christian A. Heyer-Rivera
2008 Reverend Alfred W. Jones Jr.
2009 Officer Ernest Pollard
2010 Betty Jane Turner
2011 Elan Gepner
2012 Carlotta Fareira
2013 Dennis Barnebey
2014 Andrew Lofton
2015 Carl Tannenbaum
2016 Eric Worley
2017 Emaleigh Doley
2018 Pat Bass
2019 Viola Owens, Sharif Hanford, Mike Morak & Justin Scott: founders of The Daniel E. Rumph Foundation
2020 No Tournament
This year, with the 31st anniversary of the tournament, we also celebrate the 51st summer of the GFS Community Basketball Enrichment Camp. Proceeds from the Tournament benefit the Community Basketball and Enrichment Camp.
Started in 1971 by former GFS principal David Felsen, the summer program, formerly known as the Germantown Basketball, Reading, & Computer Clinic, provides a low-cost opportunity for children from the Germantown community to develop their skills not only on the court but in the classroom as well.