Family Weekend Pass- $22 (For family members living in the same household)
Games will be played at the Lead/Deadwood High School & Overflow to Handley Rec Center
Concessions will be available
Sportsmanship will be emphasized- Refs will give out Concessions gift cards to players who demonstrate good sportsmanship.
It is the coach’s responsibility to ensure The Handley has received the registration.
2023 Mile High Tournament Rules 1. Regular high school rules will be used, unless otherwise noted.
2. Players must compete in their own grade classification, with the exception that lower grade participants may play up.
3. Players can only play on one team within same division.
4. No player may be added to roster after team has played one game.
5. All teams must have uniform shirts with visible numbers.
6. Game time is forfeit time. You may start a game with 4 players.
7. Game length- 2- 18 minute halves with a running clock. The clock will stop the last 10 seconds of the 1st half on all dead balls and the last two minutes of the game if the lead is 10 points or less.
8. Half time break is 3 minutes if the games are on schedule!
9. Three point shots will be used on courts that are properly marked.
10. Teams are allowed three time-outs per game. Time-outs do not carry to overtime.
11. The first Overtime will be two minutes with the clock stopping (if games are on schedule), one time-out per team in overtime. The 2nd OT is sudden death with no timeouts allowed.
12. There is no pressing after a 10 point lead.
13. All Defenses are allowed in grades 6th-9th.
14. No Zones are traps allowed in grades 4th & 5th.
15. Technical and Intentional fouls will be 2 points and possession of the ball.
16. Coaches are responsible for players and spectators of their own team.
17. Referees may remove a player, coach or spectator from any game, or the entire tournament, for unsportsmanlike conduct.
18. Each team must supply its own warm up balls and first aid supplies.
19. Each team must supply one person for clock and scorekeeping (PLEASE remember these people are volunteers, not professionals).