Rules One Day Shootouts are Chicago, Illinois' most popular youth

ONE DAY SHOOTOUTS

Tournament Format:
  1. Pool play or bracket play
  2. 3 games
Tournament Policies & Regulations:
  1. All players must have the same jersey color, with their individual numbers on the back. The first team listed is thehome team and the home team will wear white (or lighter color jersey).
  2. 5 minute warm-ups – Time permitting - Clock starts immediately.
  3. Games will be played as scheduled. Game time is forfeit time.
  4. A team must have four players to start a game and three players to finish. Once a team is down to two playersregardless of the score, the game is over and the team with two players loses.
  5. 1st grade will use a 27.5” ball. An intermediate sized ball (28.5) will be used for all girl’s games and in the 2nd thru6th grade boy’s divisions (AAU rules). However, a 29.5” ball may be used in 6th grade if both coaches agree. In amixed age division (6/7th), the older grade will determine the ball size.
  6. Players must compete in their own grade classification, with the exception that players in a lower grade mayparticipate in an older division.
  7. A player may only play for one team (per grade division) during the tournament. At the discretion of thetournament director, some age brackets may be combined based on team registrations or level of play.
  8. Teams will be responsible for supplying a scorekeeper or someone to run the clock. We ask that you use goodjudgment in having a responsible individual fulfill this assignment.
  9. Coaches must check in at the registration table. A maximum of 2 coaches will be allowed free admission.
  10. Teams should arrive at least 20 minutes before game time. Remember, game time is forfeit time.
  11. No refunds within 2 weeks of the tournament. One Day Shootouts is not financially responsible for forfeits orweather conditions that cause game cancellations. The tournament expenses have been paid in advance.
  12. There is an admission charge for adults and children ages 5+ (coaches are free – max 2 per team).
Tournament Rules – Local state interscholastic rules are usedwith the following exceptions:
  1. Length of Game: Two 18-minute halves with running clock – clock stops during the last minute of the 1st half andthe last 2 minutes of the 2nd half. The clock will also stop on time-outs, injuries and whenever the game is delayed(wet surface, ball stuck on the rim, referee discussions, etc.).
  2. Timeouts: Three 1-minute timeouts per game, to be used in either half of the game. One additional timeout forovertime period. Any calls for a time-out after your limit will result in a technical foul.
  3. Overtime: If teams are tied at the end of regulation, a 2-minute overtime will be played with the clock stopping forthe final minute. If necessary, a 2nd overtime will be a sudden death, the first point of any kind will end the game.
  4. Defense: All defenses are allowed, including zone & full court press. No full court press after a 20-point lead (15-points in 3rd & 4th grades). In 1st & 2nd grade, full court press is only allowed during the last 2 minutes of each half
  5. The clock will continue to run if there is a 20-point lead (2nd half only).
  6. Pools and brackets will be decided by the following tiebreakers – head-to-head (2 teams), point differential, pointsscored, points against, coin flip.
  7. Player fouls and team fouls will be played under the IHSA rules. This includes bonus and super bonus.
  8. Technical Fouls: All technical fouls are an automatic 2 points and the ball.
  9. Two technical fouls on a player or coach will result in immediate ejection and a suspension for the following game.The coach or player must leave the bench/game area immediately and may no longer participate in any way.
  10. Unsportsmanlike Conduct: In the event that a coach has been issued 2 technical fouls and will not leave the bencharea, he/she will have to leave the building immediately or his/her team will be disqualified. The coach will not beallowed to coach any of the remaining games in the tournament.
  11. Coaches are responsible for their fans and players. Abuse of officials by fans may result in technical fouls beingcalled on the coach or ejection from the premises. Any unbecoming conduct or use of profanity will be grounds fora technical foul, and possible ejection from the tournament facility.
  12. The referees have full authority on the court. Protests will not be allowed.
  13. The Tournament Director or Site Director has the final authority on all rules and interpretations.

MIDWEST INVITATIONAL

Tournament Format:
  1. Pool play, bracket play or combination
  2. Tournaments: 4 game guarantee
Tournament Policies & Regulations:
  1. All players must have the same jersey color, with their individual numbers on the back. The first team listed is thehome team and the home team will wear white (or lighter color jersey).
  2. 5 minute warm-ups – Time permitting - Clock starts immediately.
  3. Games will be played as scheduled. Game time is forfeit time.
  4. A team must have four players to start a game and three players to finish. Once a team is down to two playersregardless of the score, the game is over and the team with two players loses.
  5. 1st grade will use a 27.5” ball. An intermediate sized ball (28.5) will be used for all girls games and the2nd, 3rd, 4th & 5th grade boys divisions. For 6th grade boys, a 28.5” ball may be used if both coaches agree
  6. Players must compete in their own grade classification, with the exception that players in a lower grade mayparticipate in an older division.
  7. A player may only play for one team (per grade division) during the tournament. At the discretion of thetournament director, some age brackets may be combined based on team registrations or level of play.
  8. Teams will be responsible for supplying a scorekeeper or someone to run the clock. We ask that you use goodjudgment in having a responsible individual fulfill this assignment.
  9. Coaches must present their coaches pass at the registration table. A maximum of 2 coaches will be allowed freeadmission to the tournament
  10. Teams should arrive at least 20 minutes before game time. Remember, game time is forfeit time.
  11. No refunds will be made within two weeks prior of the tournament.
  12. There is an admission charge for adults and children ages 5+ (coaches are free – max 2 per team).
Tournament Rules – Local stateinterscholastic rules are usedwith the following exceptions:
  1. Tournament Rules – Local state interscholastic rules are used with the following exceptions:
  2. Timeouts: Three 1-minute timeouts per game, to be used in either half of the game. One additional timeout forovertime period. Any calls for a time-out after your limit will result in a technical foul.
  3. Overtime: If teams are tied at the end of regulation, a 2-minute overtime will be played with the clock stopping forthe final minute. If necessary, a 2nd overtime will be a sudden death, the first point of any kind will end the game
  4. Defense: All defenses are allowed, including zone & full court press. No full court press after a 20-point lead (15-points in 3rd & 4th grades). In 1st & 2nd grade, full court press is only allowed during the last 2 minutes of each half.
  5. The clock will continue to run if there is a 20-point lead (2nd half only).
  6. Pools and brackets will be decided by the following tiebreakers – head-to-head (2 teams), point differential, pointsscored, points against, coin flip.
  7. Player fouls and team fouls will be played under the IHSA rules. This includes bonus and super bonus
  8. Technical Fouls: All technical fouls are an automatic 2 points and the ball.
  9. Two technical fouls on a player or coach will result in immediate ejection and a suspension for the following game.The coach or player must leave the bench/game area immediately and may no longer participate in any way.
  10. Unsportsmanlike Conduct: In the event that a coach has been issued 2 technical fouls and will not leave the bencharea, he/she will have to leave the building immediately or his/her team will be disqualified. The coach will not beallowed to coach any of the remaining games in the tournament.
  11. Coaches are responsible for their fans and players. Abuse of officials by fans may result in technical fouls called onthe coach or ejection from the premises. Any unbecoming conduct or use of profanity will be grounds for atechnical foul, and possible ejection from the tournament facility.
  12. The referees have full authority on the court. Protests will not be allowed.
  13. The Tournament Director or Site Director has the final authority on all rules and interpretations.
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