June 14-15-16, 2013
NEW IN 2013! - HIGH SCHOOL TEAMS ONLY WILL COMPETE THIS WEEKEND.
||By May 24: $250 After May 24 (space permitting): $300
||Deadline for High School basketball will be May 24. Entries may be taken after that on a space available basis.
||All teams must check-in at the Hearnes Center at least 1 hour prior to their first game.
||Joe Guffey, (573) 808-4997
|How to Enter:
|Register online now for basketball.|
To enter by mail, please complete a Show-Me State Games Basketball Entry Form and mail it along with payment to:
| ||Show-Me State Games|
1105 Carrie Francke Dr, Room 01
Columbia, Missouri 65211-3190
Roster / Roster Additions
We must have a completed roster turned into our office along with your registration. Players may be added to your roster at no charge prior to the following deadlines. Your roster must be either be turned into our office or entered into the online team managment (online registrations only) by July 7 (June 1 for 19 and Over and Older).
Please note your team entry and payment must be received by your sport’s specific entry deadline.
Changes may still be made to your roster after these dates, but MUST be done during check-in at the Hearnes Center. Roster additions at this time will be charged $5 per person added to the roster and there will be no limit to the roster addition charges. Additions received after these dates will not be processed.
- This year, age divisions will be determined by a players grade during the 2010-2011 school year. A player may have been held back one year in school and still be eligible for their current grade.
- Players may be asked to provide proof of age if asked by a Show-Me State Games official.
- Rosters shall be limited to 12 players.
- Team should have light and dark jerseys. Numbers should be on both sides of jersey. According to MSHSAA standards, school uniforms may not be worn.
- A player may play on only one team per weekend at finals except for the 30+, 40+, 50+ and 60+ divisions.
- For 30+, 40+, 50+ and 60+ divisions, a player's age is determined by his/her age on December 31 of the current year.
- High School and Junior High students eligibility are governed by the MSHSAA rules and regulations.
- Playing times for each age group are as follows:
10 and Under, 8 minute quarters, 2 minute overtime
11 and Under, 8 minute quarters, 2 minute overtime
12 and Under, 8 minute quarters, 2 minute overtime
13 and Under, 9 minute quarters, 2 minute overtime
14 and Under, 9 minute quarters, 2 minute overtime
16 and Under, 10 minute quarters, 3 minute overtime
18 and Under, 10 minute quarters, 3 minute overtime
19+ and older, 20 minute halves, 5 minute overtime
- There is no pressing in the Recreational divisions except for the last 2 minutes of the game.
- All divisions 12th grade and younger will use a running clock with the following exceptions: The clock will stop for all free throws, time outs, injuries and any other time deemed necessary by the officials. In addition, the clock will stop for all normal violations the last 2 minutes of each half.
- All 19 and over divisions will use a running clock with the following exceptions: The clock will stop for all normal violations the last 5 minutes of each half.
- Half time will be 3 minutes.
- Basketball teams will be allowed 2 timeouts per game. Timeouts will not carry over to overtime. Teams will be allowed one timeout in overtime.
- Forfeit time will be 10 minutes from scheduled game time.
- Girls and women's team will use the smaller regulation balls. Boys 5th grade and younger will also use the smaller 28.5 ball. 6th grade and older boys will use the official men's basketball.
- All age groups will use the 3 pt. Line
- Any player or coach receiving two technical fouls (unsportsmanlike behavior) in one game will forfeit that game. Should the forfeit occur during a medal round, the forfeiting team will not be awarded medals.
- Any coach or player receiving two technical fouls in one game will not be allowed to participate in the following game.
- Wheelchair basketball teams will play by standard wheelchair basketball rules.
- Teams must furnish their own warm-up and game ball.
- Basketball teams must also furnish one scorekeeper for each game. Scorekeeper provided by the team must sit next to the scorekeeper provided by the opposing team.
- The running score on score sheets will be the official score. Volunteer scorekeepers are not the official score.
||REMINDER: NCAA rules prohibit prospect-aged individuals (9th-12th grade) from making in-person, on-campus contact with Division I men's basketball coaching staffs during the month of July. Therefore, please refrain from attempting a visit to the MU men's basketball offices while participating in the Show-Me STATE GAMES.
|Event Codes Information||
|B2023||9th/10th Grade Rec Boys ('12-'13 School Year), Male
||B2024||9th/10th Grade Rec Girls ('12-'13 School Year), Female
|B2025||9th/10th Grade Comp Boys ('12-'13 School Year), Male
||B2026||9th/10th Grade Comp Girls ('12-'13 School Year), Female
|B2027||11th/12th Grade Rec Boys ('12-'13 School Year), Male
||B2028||11th/12th Grade Rec Girls ('12-'13 School Year), Female
|B2029||11th/12th Grade Comp Boys ('12-'13 School Year), Male
||B2030||11th/12th Grade Comp Girls ('12-'13 School Year), Female