The 24th anniversary MFA Oil-Break Time Shootout on Sunday, January 22 at Mizzou Arena will match top teams from the state of Missouri. This annual fundraiser for the Show-Me STATE GAMES will bring in 12 high school basketball teams to play at Mizzou Arena.
12 p.m. – Glasgow vs. Lincoln (boys)
1:30 p.m. – Southern Boone vs. Boonville (girls)
3 p.m. Southern Boone vs. Boonville (boys)
4:45 p.m. – Salisbury vs. Sacred Heart (boys)
6:15 p.m. – Tolton Catholic vs. Hickman (girls)
8 p.m. – Tolton Catholic vs. Harrisburg (boys)
The MFA Oil-Break Time Shootout is the longest-standing fundraiser for the Show-Me STATE GAMES. During the event’s history, many great players have been a part of the Missouri basketball tradition, including David Lee, Justin Gage, and Ben and Tyler Hansbrough.
Tickets are available now for $8 at participating schools and area Break Times. Tickets will be available on gameday at Mizzou Arena for $10.
Proceeds from the MFA Oil-Break Time Shootout benefit the Show-Me STATE GAMES. The Show-Me STATE GAMES was established in 1985 as a non-profit program of the Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness & Health. Now the largest state games in the nation, the Show-Me STATE GAMES is hosted by the University of Missouri. In addition to the summer games, the Show-Me STATE GAMES offers events throughout the year to promote health, fitness, family and fun. The Show-Me STATE GAMES generates $11.5 million in economic impact annually in Columbia.