• Running clock
  • Clock stops last minute of each half
  • 18-minute halves
  • Halftime is 3 minutes
  • No press until last 2 minutes of the game
  • Man-to-man defense only. Zone defense is not allowed.
  • Teams up more than 15 points can’t press ever
  • Teams up more than 20 points need to play defense inside the 3-point line
  • Technical foul on player and/ or coach will result in an automatic 2 points to the other team and the ball
  • Players may shoot free throws and finish above the line
  • You can’t send more than 2 defenders to the ball
  • Each team is allowed 3 one-minute time outs per game
  • Playing time should be even until the last 5 minutes of the game
  • Coaches can sub at their discretion, no specific method if its equal
  • All grades use a 28.5 size ball
  • Grades K-1 will play on 8 feet
  • Grades 2-3 will play on 10 feet
  • Players should arrive 15minutes before game time
  • Players will have 5 minutes to warm up, assuming everything is running on schedule
  • Players should bring their own ball for warmup, game balls will be provided
  • Any discretions are decided by the ref and league manager
  • 7 teams fouls in a half result in bonus which is 1 and 1 free throws
  • 10 team fouls in a half result in double bonus which is 2 free throws
  • Game score is kept by a score keeper
  • Over time is 2 minutes and the rules are the same as the last 5 minutes of regulation. Clock stops the last minute.
  • After the first overtime period it becomes sudden death (first to score wins)
  • In case of the same record total points will separate the seeds followed by head to head match up. Lastly a coin flip will determine seeds if none of those methods work.
  • Illinois High School Association (IHSA) rules apply

Kenilworth Park District

House League

Rules