FAQ's​​​​

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    What if I’m looking for a team to play on for a league or tournament?
    SoCo does not place individuals on teams or put teams together. You can put your own team together through your school, friends, or a team that you already play on. We also have a “free agents” program and you can also use the SoCo bulletin board.
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    What if I’m looking for players to fill out my team?
    Check the bulletin board on the home page to see if there are any players looking for a team.
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    How much does it cost to play in SoCo?
    The cost per team is $995. Teams cannot have more than 12 players on their team. Payment is due with the online registration by 5:00pm on September 9, 2019 via credit card. Please contact Megan Leatham ([email protected]) if you would prefer to pay with a check or cash. Players can still be added to team rosters after the registration deadline (prior to the 3rd game), but teams will not be able to participate without payment. There is no admission fee for any regular season games for parents or spectators.
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    Can I add players to my roster after the deadline? How?
    Yes, you can add players after the registration deadline, any time prior to tipoff of the 3rd game. Simply print out the Single Player Registration/Add form. Fill it out and have the guardian sign it. You can then mail it to SoCo or deliver it to a SoCo representative at a game site.
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    How does the end of season tournament work?
    The end of season tournament is a single elimination tournament. Teams are seeded according to their regular season standing. Tie breaker rules are stated on the “rules” page of the website.
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    What about practice time for my team?
    Each team is responsible for finding their own practice and practice facility.
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    Does SoCo provide insurance for facilities?
    SoCo will provide liability insurance for facilities at which your team practices and plays. This is included in the cost of SoCo. Teams must be registered or related the SoCo league or tournament for the insurance to be effective. SoCo’s insurance is active for the following periods each year: Fall Season: August 1 through the end of the Fall SoCo tournament. Spring Season: February 15 through the end of the Spring SoCo tournament. Summer: June 15 through the end of the Rocky Mountain State Games tournament. Please contact SoCo if you need to provide your facility with proof of insurance.
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    What size ball is used for the younger boys?
    All boys teams will use a boys basketball and all girls teams will use a girls basketball. No youth size balls will be used for any boys division.
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    Are uniforms provided?
    Each team is responsible for their own uniform. The only requirement from SoCo is that player’s numbers are easily recognizable. If two teams have identical jerseys, with no option of reversibles, the visiting team must wear the SoCo supplied yellow pennies. Permissible numbers are: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 00, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55.
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    Home vs. Away Designation
    The team listed after the vs. on the schedule is the home team. So if it says Hawks vs. Titans, the Titans are home team. If you are looking at YOUR particular schedule, for example, if there is a vs. next to the team you are playing, then you are away. If there is NOT a vs. then you are home.
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    Other questions?
    We’d love to answer any questions you have- but please read the general information, rules, and policies sheet before contacting us.
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