Q: How many players can I have on my team?
A: You can have up to 4 players on your team.
Q: Can I switch or add a player to my team?
A: Yes, you can add a player or switch out a player. The last day to do this is the Wednesday before the tournament. Email the changes to info@HoopsFest.net
Q: Do our team shirts have to have numbers on the back?
A: No, they are not required.
Q: How many games am I guaranteed?
A: 3 games
Q: What documents will be accepted as proof of age for the school-aged divisions?
A: Birth certificate, school document, driver’s license, or any other official document that has the child’s date of birth on it.
Q: Where do I mail my payment for registration?
A: You can mail a check or money order made payable to ‘Joshua House’ to 123 W. 10th Street Tyrone, PA 16686
Q: Where do I find the rules for game play at HoopsFest?
A: View the HoopsFest Rules of Play
Q: How do I decide what adult division to register in?
A: All Star: These are the best of the best. This group is made of players that have or could have played D-3 or better basketball. Each year we have players in this division that have gone onto play professional at some point in their careers.
Competitive: These guys can flat out play. Some play or have played college ball at a D-3 or D-2 level. Many were solid or stand out High School players.
Recreation: This division is for those that like to play and are still somewhat competitive but can’t compete with those in the upper divisions.
Really Rec: This division is for those that just want to get out there for the fun of it. It is a much more laid back division. Players or teams that should be in the upper divisions will not be allowed in this one.
Q: What happens if it rains?
A: HoopsFest Weather Policy
SPECIAL NOTE: Teams must be at their court at the scheduled time, even if games are “running behind” for any reason (inclement weather, slow play, etc.) the final point of reference for scheduling or re-scheduling procedures shall be the Bracket Table or EmCee Station. The players are ultimately responsible for obtaining accurate scheduling information and being at their court to play when their game is to begin.