15TH ANNUAL MEMORIAL DAY CLASSIC WILL BE HELD MAY 28-29, 2016 AT THE ZONE LOCATED 10371 STELLA LINK HOUSTON, TEXAS 77025. 3 COURTS ONE LOCATION. $20 Tournament Pass for Adults/$10 for Students and $12 Per Day Adults and $5 Per Day for Students
MEMORIAL DAY CLASSIC RULES
Home team must provide scorekeeper.
Teams must provide their own practice balls.
Team liability waiver must be signed prior to first game.
Two (2) Coaches Passes per team will be allowed..
Teams who have not paid their fees must bring their fee to the tournament. Thank you for those teams that submitted the entry fee prior to May 20th deadline.
Brackets posted in the gym are final and supercede any previous distributions. Coaches are encouraged to review bracket upon arrival to ensure correct schedule.
Game time is forfeit time.
All games will be 16 minutes stopped clock with a 3-minute halftime and a 2-minute overtime period, if necessary. Time in between final regulation and/or overtime periods is 60 seconds.
Home team wears light jerseys and is listed first in bracket pairings. Home team sits to the left of the scorer’s table (facing the court) and warms up a minimum of 5 minutes in between games in front of opponent’s bench.
Stop clock on all dead ball whistles, except when lead exceeds 20 points or more. Clock will return to normal if lead subsequently falls to 10 points or below.
Each team will get two full time-outs and two 30-second time-outs per regulation game. These time-outs may be carried over to overtime periods, if unused. Each team will receive one full time-out per overtime period, which may be carried over to and through the overtime periods, if unused.
Any vulgar language or misconduct toward officials and tournament staff will be subject to disqualification from tournament with no refunds on tournament fee.
No game will begin before its scheduled time unless agreed upon by both coaches and tournament officials.
Teams will shoot the bonus (1 & 1) on 10th team foul. There will be no double bonus.
ELITE MISSION -The primary objectives of Houston Elite are to organize and administer a highly competitive "after-season" basketball program for girls the ages of 12 to 18; to field competitive girls basketball teams in each age level of competition in regional and national basketball tournaments sponsored by one or more of national basketball organizations selected by coaches; to provide an environment for each player to develop and to maximize her individual basketball skills; and to provide a forum for qualified players to display their abilities to college scouts for various national tournaments in order to compete for basketball athletic scholarships.