Drills Information!


Next DRILLS Sessions will be held on Sunday Aug 2nd at Renegades Kelly Bolish Gym:
Boys and girls 5th grade and under at 6pm to 7:30pm
Boys and girls 6th grade and up at 7:30pm to 9pm
Please always check website every week for drills announcement to confirm weekly day and times. If Drills have to be cancelled at the last minute due to inclement weather, click on the "instant alert message" button in Spalding basketball in top right corner of website.

SEE RATE SHEET UNDER PROGRAM INFO TAB FOR ALL NEW PLAYERS TRYING DRILLS: Please bring your own basketball with your name on it. See the basketball in the upper righthand corner of this box for all weather related gym cancellations.
GYM LOCATION:Renegades Kelly Bolish Gym - 2950 Turnpike Rd, Hatboro PA 19040
 

2015  RenegadesTournaments

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Top 10 reasons to attend Renegades Tournaments

* Reduced 2015 Cost $395.00
* 4 Game Guarantee/ Boys & Girls Grades 3 thru 12
* Enter 3 or more teams & deduct $25.00 per team
* Enter 2 tournaments & deduct $50.00 from 2nd tournament fee
* 16 minute stopped clock halves
* 1st & 2nd place medals to pool winners
* Very low admission fees / we provide scorekeeper & timer
* Flexible scheduling including out-of-town requests
* AAU sanctioned with PIAA refs
* Teams are matched according to competitive level

 

TOURNAMENT NOTE: NO REFUNDS WILL BE GIVEN IF YOU WITHDRAW YOUR TEAM FROM A RENEGADES TOURNAMENT ONCE THE TOURNAMENT CLOSES AND SCHEDULING BEGINS. THIS WOULD BE ONE WEEK PRIOR TO THE TOURNAMENT.
YOUR UNDERSTANDING AND COOPERATION IN THIS MATTER IS GREATLY APPRECIATED AS IT WILL HELP AVOID SCHEDULING ERRORS AND CONFUSION

2014 Renegades Tournament Rules
No Game starts before the scheduled time
16 Minute Stopped Halves for ages 11 and up
14 Minute Stopped Halves for ages 9 and 10
Boys Ages 9, 10, 11, 12 play with smaller basketball 28.5
1 & 1 on Tenth Foul
6 Player Fouls per game
2- 30 Second Time Outs and 2- Full Time Outs
3 Minute Half Time
3 Minute Overtime with one additional t
ime out
3 Minute Second Overtime & Sudden Death Third Overtime
No Mercy Rule (All games are stopped clock no matter what the score differential)
PIAA Rules except Coaches are allowed to stand while coaching.
Note: There is a 5 count on both dribble & hold in front court.
No jewelry is allowed to be worn. Band-Aids over jewelry are not allowed.
Refs have been instructed to eject anyone at the onset of outlandish behavior and if a coach receives two technical fouls he will have to vacate the building. Anyone using abusive language will not be tolerated, and will be removed from the premises.
We ask that the coaches, players and officials treat each other with respect and demonstrate sportsmanlike conduct before, during and after the tournament.

During our 3 game guarantee tournaments where teams are advancing to a pool championship game, if a team’s championship game is scheduled immediately following their third game, then they will be given a half hour rest prior to start of championship game.

Four team pools will play 3 games within their pool, 1st place team will play 2nd place team for Championship

Six team pools in an age group will be split into 2 groups. They will play 2 games in their group and 1 cross over game, which will not be counted towards their group standing. Winner of one group will play the winner of the other group for a championship.
Five, Six & Seven Team Pools with all teams in common pool. Undefeated teams advance. For more than 2 undefeated teams the following will apply: 1) Point differential among common opponents (Maximum + or – 13 pts.) 2) Point differential totaled for all 3 games (Maximum + or – 13 pts.)
Tie-breaker format below will be followed for teams that are tied with one loss.

Eight Team Pools within an age group will be broken into 2 groups. The winner of each group will play for the championship of the age group.
Tie Breaker: In a 2-team tie, first look at head to head, then point differential up to 13 points. For a tie between three or more teams, head to head will not count; tiebreaker will be determined by point differential (up to 13 points). If the tie is still not broken, it will go to least points allowed for all three games combined.