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Divison II

Commissioner:  
STEVEN GUTHRIE 270-392-4792 [email protected]


SUMMER HOOPS Commissioner:
ADAM VANCE270-996-9702[email protected]




D2 serves boys in grades 5-6 who are under 13 years old on October 1.  D2 uses full enforcement of KHSAA rules.   The goal height for this division is 10' and ball size is 28.5".  Teams have a maximum of three (3) contacts per week including both games and practices.  There are about 10 games per season plus a post-season tournament.  D2 does have tryouts to showcase skills to coaches and all players are drafted.    Players are placed into draft pools by league officials based on school and availability.


RULES, AND REGULATIONS

These by-laws contain exceptions and clarifications to the rules and regulations of KHSAA. In the event these by-laws are in conflict with the Constitution of the WCYBL, the constitution will Rules Governing Play/ Exceptions to KHSAA Rules of Play

Practice and Game Times
1. All games will be played according to the dates, times, and locations established by the Board of Directors. This includes regular season, tournament, and all-star games.

2. Only the WCYBL League President and the Director of the WCPR may cancel, postpone game(s), and/or alter the game schedule due to school schedule changes, inclement weather, holidays etc.

3. Div. I will have a 5 minute normal game clock. Div. II will have a 6 minute normal game clock. Div. III and IV will have an 8 minute running clock. Clock will stop at the last minute of each quarter. Div. V will have 2 halves, each 18 minutes running clock. Clock will stop at the last 2 minutes of each half.

4. Half time will be five minutes in all divisions and a ten-minute warm-up period will precede all games.

5. A tie game at the end of regulation play will result in a 2:30 minute overtime period for Div. I and 3 minute overtime period for Div. II, III, IV & V. If still tied, the procedure will be repeated until a winner is determined.

6. ALL GAMES WILL COUNT!!!, but, ONLY division games will count toward division standing.

 A. Tie Breaker
1. Head to Head
2. 2-way Tie Coin Flip
3. 3-way Random Draw  

7. Div. I will shoot free throws from 12 feet from the basket.

8. Div. I will be allowed 5 seconds in the lane on offense.

9. Two officials will be assigned to all Div. I-IV games. Three (3) officials will NEVER be assigned.

10. Mercy Rule: Div. I - II: A running clock will start when a team has a 25 point lead.

Forfeiting a Game
9. A game forfeiture will occur if...
A. A team does not arrive at the scheduled game time.
B. A team in Div. I, II, III, IV, and V does not have at least four eligible players to begin the game.
C. The lead referee in the performance of his/her duties, decides that the behavior of one team (including players, coaches, and spectators) is too disruptive or unsportsmanlike for the contest to maintain its integrity.

10. In the event of a double forfeit, both teams will be charged with a loss.

11. A team having a third forfeit will be ineligible for tournament play.


Equipment
12. Div. I and II will use the youth size basketball (28.5). Div. III, IV, and V will use the regulation size ball.

13. Players must be in proper uniform with jersey tucked into shorts to be eligible to play. No writing on uniform. No cutting or tearing of uniform.

14. Uniforms shall consist of the following: Jersey, shorts, socks, tennis shoes. A minimum of four to six inch number on the front and six inch number on the back of the jersey is required.  

Basketball Size Per Division
15. Primary 1 and 2 - 27.5, Div. I and II - 28.5, all other divisions are regulation size.

Goal Height
16. Primary 1 - 8ft, Primary 2 - 8.5ft, Div. I - 9ft, all other divisions are regulation height.
  
 Required Play Time
17. Players in Div. I and II must participate in two full running quarters (buzzer to buzzer) unless injury, sickness, or fouls prevent them from remaining eligible to play. Information will be kept by the scorekeeper during the game. Players in Div. III and IV must participate one full quarter (buzzer to buzzer) unless injury, sickness, or fouls prevent them from remaining eligible to play. There is NO play time required in Div. V. Failure to play a player the required time will result in the head coach being ejected from that game. The game will continue to be played but will be listed in the book as a forfeit. The coach will then be suspended for 1 game. If a second offense of playing time occurs, the coach will be suspended for the rest of the season. The protest of the playing time violation during a game must be brought to the attention of the head official by the opposing coach during the game. The Board of Directors will review the protest and the game may be forfeited if valid. It is the responsibility of the head coach to see that every player plays the required time if eligible. If deemed necessary by the Board of Directors, the coach may be dismissed from the league activities. See Article IX Protest.

18. Coaches may restrict a player’s playing time for disciplinary reasons, but if play time is to be reduced or suspended due to non-participation in practice, fighting, cursing, injury, sickness, etc., the coach must contact the parent and Division Commissioner prior to the contest with explanation. Players attending any school activity or function is NOT a reason for any disciplinary action.

19. A player arriving late (after initial tip) loses his right to participate in games. The coach may use his own discretion toward playing the late individual, but will be held accountable for play time rules based on the number of players present at the opening tip.

20. Tournament play – Play time for tournament play will be the same as during the regular season with the exception that Div. I and II are only required to play one full quarter rather than two.

21. At the discretion of the referee, any effort to manipulate the play time regulations by faking an illness, fouling out intentionally, or encouraging another to do so may result in a technical foul assessed to the head coach and/or player and removal of the offending player and/or coach. This removed player may not be replaced.

22. There will be no required playtime in all-star play. Coaches may substitute in and out using KHSAA guidelines.   

Full Court Press
Definition of a Press: The application of pressure, either direct or indirect to the opposing team in the backcourt. Once a team secures the ball in a non-press situation the defensive team must retreat to half court before defense can be applied. Turnovers cannot occur inthe backcourt as a result of direct or indirect defensive pressure. The defending team cannot deflect, tip or intercept the ball in the backcourt. The defending team cannot apply pressure which results in an offensive player losing control of the ball or stepping out of bounds. If this occurs, the ball will be awarded to the offensive team and a warning issued to defending team. Repeated offenses will result in a one shot technical foul.

Execption 1: Player 1 loses control of the ball of his own accord, the defending team can secure the ball in the backcourt. Example: Player 1 dribbles off his leg and ball is rolling on the floor.

Exception 2: If defending team has retreated to half court and the offensive team attempts to pass the ball to half court the defending team can steal, deflect, or tip the pass when it is at or near half court (1 step). Example: Defender retreats to half court, turns, and offensive player passes to intercept the pass.   

23. Div. I can press beginning at game 6 until a 10 point lead. Div. II can press the entire game to a 10 point lead. Div. I and II cannot press if they are ahead by 10 or more points. Div. III and IV can press buzzer to buzzer until they are ahead by 20 or more points.

24. The officials have the ruling power to decide if contact is incidental or a set planned defense resulting in contact on a dislodged ball on defense initiated loss of possession. Definition of a press: A press is defined as one or more players making a conscious and obvious effort to APPLY PRESSURE on the ball in the backcourt. Two players struggling for a loose ball or making contact to ball immediately after possession is NOT a press and is NOT an illegal defense. If, a player gains possession and then throws the ball to the other team in the backcourt. This is NOT a press or an illegal defense. This is a loose ball.

25. Div. I and II teams behind 20 points may press at any time until they return to a 10 point deficit.  

Roster Regulations
27. Maximum of 8 players per team; unless approved by the league Board of Directors.

28. Official team roster must contain name, address, school, date of birth, age, grade. Players appearing on the official team roster will play for that team the entire season unless otherwise provided by the Board of Directors.

29. A player may not participate on an elementary, middle, junior high, or high school team while participating in the WCYBL.

30. No eligible child will be denied the opportunity to participate upon proper registration. Late registrants will be distributed to teams by the Division Commissioner as needed and are NOT GUARANTEED a team in their school district or to play at all.

31. Registering after the final deadline will be placed on a waiting list and assigned to a team as the needs of the league dictate, but are NOT GUARANTEED a right to participate if no spot becomes available.

32. Eligible children and youth will be grouped as follows for the purpose of team assignment:   
A. The school district of residence.
B. Private school children will play for the school in the district in which they reside
C. Children/youth residing outside Warren County or Attending city schools will be placed in school districts as needed to even team schedules. These children will be grouped as a whole when possible.

33. A school with fewer players than necessary to form at least two teams will be grouped with another school for try-outs and draft purposes.

34. Each team can provide a scorekeeper to sit at the scorekeeper’s table.

35. An individual restricted from participation in WCYBL is not to attend any WCYBL sponsored event including but not limited to practice, meetings, awards ceremonies, etc.    
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