COVID 19 SAFETY PROTOCOLS
Everyone must WEAR A MASK to enter the Building/Tournament.
Coaches are required to self-monitor their players daily and remove players if they show any signs of COVID-19. Anyone experiencing symptoms must stay home.
Spectators are required to keep a safe distance of 6 feet between each other throughout the facility.
We encourage everyone to carry their own small personal hand sanitizer bottle.
Registration spots are not guaranteed until payment has been made.
Once Brackets have been posted:
(ALWAYS CHECK BACK DAILY FOR ANY UPDATES)
REFUND POLICY: After Tournament Schedules are in place, no refunds are issued.
If you sign up in the wrong GRADE, EVENT or GENDER you must let us know to move your team BEFORE we start and post the Brackets. A simple text or phone call to 972-571-0559 will fix your problem. BEFORE BRACKETS ARE POSTED.(We post Brackets on Wednesday the week of the event.)Once Brackets are posted we WILL NOT move a team up or down in a different grade division. Please be sure you sign up in the right Event, Grade and Gender.
CODE OF CONDUCT:
Any Coach, Player, Team or Fan that is ejected or removed from a game will be suspended for the rest of the Tournament.
1. National Federation of State High School Associations Rules apply to all games.
2. Free Throws or on the Release
3. Once Brackets have been posted ALWAYS CHECK BACK DAILY FOR ANY UPDATES.
It’s your Responsibility to ALWAYS check daily for any Bracket Updates. A good habit is to check back online Friday before the Tournament just to sure on your Game Time, Playing Sites and Gyms.
4. 2-15 Minute Half’s (9th Grade -12th Grade)
2 -14 Minute Half’s (4th Grade – 8th Grade)
5. CLOCK – If a team is behind by 20 POINTS or more in the SECOND HALF, we will go to a running clock.
(Clock will go back to a stop clock if the losing team gets within 10 Points)
6. Time-Outs, 2 Full / 2 – 30 second Time-Outs per game.
7. Half-Time = 3 Minutes
8. Overtime: All Overtime games will begin 2 minutes after regulation play 2 minutes each overtime game.
Clock stops on all whistles. 1 additional Time-Out allowed with unused carry-over. Player fouls and team fouls carry-over. Sudden death starts in the 3rd Overtime, First team to score wins, all foul shots are one shot only.
9. Each Team is responsible for furnishing a Timekeeper and a Scorekeeper.
10. Each Team must BRING YOUR OWN MEDICAL SUPPLIES: there will be NO TRAINER on site if needed.
11. A player can only play on ONE TEAM per division in any tournament.
Playing on Multiple Teams: A player can play in more than one grade division as long as the player is grade eligible
for each division and only plays with ONE CLUB or TEAM. A player can play up a grade division but not down a grade division.
Girls are allowed to play on a boys team unless protested by the other coach (Before the Game). She also has to be grade eligible for the division.
Boys can not play on girl teams.
12. Players age is based on Grade Only.
In case of a protest of a players grade, Teams should have with them at all times report cards for proof of players grade.
13. The tournament director has the right to forfeit a game if a team does not have its starting five ready to play at the scheduled tip off time.
14. No loud music playing during game play. Teams can not play loud music during warm up or half time in gyms with multiple courts.
15. Tiebreakers – 3 way tie is based on total accrued points. The most a team can get per game is +15 or -15. Two way tie is determine by head to head game.
16. A fee of $100.00 cash (refunded if protest is upheld) must accompany all protests. Protests must come from the Head Coach listed on the official roster for the event. Protest on eligibility must be made before the game begins. Protest cannot be made on a player’s eligibility during a game or after a game is completed. The protest must be submitted to the Tournament Commissioner-in-Charge and all decisions shall be final.
17. HAVE FUN!!!
Court 23 has the right to approve a team to play down in a division if approved before the tournament begins. You must talk to the tournament director, no exceptions. Our goal is to provide competitive games. Court 23 also has the right to allow players to play on more than one team. Only if the teams/players coach talks with the tournament director before the tournament/game. We sometimes allow this if teams are going to be short on players.
Rosters and Proof of Grade
Rosters are not necessary for all Court 23 tournaments. For all Court 23 Tournaments, just in case of a protest of a players grade, a team should have with them at all times a report card for proof of grade.
All Girls – 28.5 basketball
Boys 1st Grade through 6th Grade – 28.5 basketball
Boys 7th Grade and older – 29.5 basketball
COURT 23 Tournaments
1244 W Collin St Corsicana, TX. 75110
(972) 571-0559 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org