SUMMER REC LEAGUE
Thank you for choosing to participate in our Summer Rec League! We are very excited to start this Sunday, July 18, 2021! All registered players have been assigned to a team. Your coach will be contacting you directly with more information.
Jon Robles - email@example.com
Andre "Peanut" Williams - firstname.lastname@example.org
This league is for the kids to be able to learn the game of basketball in a fun and competitive environment.
All spectators/Fans are expected to follow these rules:
1. Keep all comments positive (Zero Tolerance)
2. Encourage & cheer for players on both teams
3. No derogatory comments, taunting or using foul language
4. Respect all game officials, coaches, players and other spectators
All practices and games will be on Sundays only.
Example: If your team is scheduled for 10:00am on Sunday. Your team will practice from 10:00 to 10:45am. Immediately following your practice will be a game from 10:45am to 11:30am.
If your player would like to get in additional practice time during the week, we have our Basketball Skills Clinic in the gym on Wednesdays from 5:00pm to 6:00pm.
The gym is also open Mondays through Fridays starting at 2:00pm to 4:00pm for open gym if the kids would like to shoot around or play in some pick up games. Between the hour of 4:00pm to 5:00pm we have specific club activities that the kids can choose to participate in.
GAME RULES FOR THE LEAGUE
ALL PLAY RULE
o All players must play
o 8 minute quarters
o Recommended substitutions at the first dead ball after the 4 minute mark in all quarters
o No press if you are up by 10 points or more
o For the Tiny Tots Division - There will be no press in the first half. If there is a change in possession, the defense must get back to defend.
o 7 Team Fouls = 1 and 1; 10 Team Fouls = 2 shots
o No player disqualification after 5 personal fouls
o Technical fouls result in (2) shots and the ball
o Players can enter the lane when the ball is released.
TIEBREAKERS FOR STANDINGS:
In the case of a tie, the following format will be used:
1. Head to Head
2. Point differential (if three or more teams have a tie record) with a maximum of 15 points
3. Points allowed