|1. Length of Games:
J.V.: 7 minute quarters, 3 minute overtime
Varsity: 7 minute quarters, 3 minute overtime
2. Timeouts: 3 full, 2 thirty second timeouts
Coaches can call timeouts.
3. Varsity Playoffs: They will be scheduled to begin the
week of February 5. All teams will make
the playoffs. Playoffs will be bracketed.
The top five teams will get a bye in the
first round. The regular season and
playoff champions will advance to
the Archdiocesean Playoffs. In the
case that the same team wins both,
the team that loses in the playoff championship, will be the second team.
4. J.V. Playoffs: All teams will make the playoffs. Playoffs
will be bracketed. The playoffs will start the week of February 5.
5. All-Star Game: Date, time and place to be announced.
6. Unsportsmanlike Conduct: Unsportsmanlike conduct
on the part of coaches, players, or fans
will not be tolerated in any form for any
reason. Automatic game suspension for
ejection from game. This includes players
7. Certification: All adults on the bench must be certified.
8. Table: There should be two adults working the table during
9. Scores: Winning varsity team must e-mail in their score to
Sean Carroll (SMC507@aol.com). The winning J.V. coach must e-mail in their score to Chris Hanlon (email@example.com). No excuses.
J.V. Rules that are different from Varsity
1. Full Court Pressure: J.V. will allow full court pressure
in the first and fourth quarters. There will be a
twelve point rule. Once the spread reaches twelve
points, the press must come off. There will be one warning followed by technicals. Full court pressure
will be allowed in overtime. In the second and third
quarters, the defense must wait behind the three point line until the ball crosses half court.
2. Foul Shots: Foul shots will be shot from 15 ft. (regulation).
However, you may go over the line, after the ball is
Good luck and most importantly, HAVE FUN!!!