REGULATIONS & INFORMATION - YOUTH
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Unsportsmanlike Conduct & Cheating
Mofufus Sports do not tolerate fights or any sort of unsportsmanlike
behaviors (dirty plays, taunting, mocking, foul language, etc). Any player
involved in a fight will automatically be suspended from the league (and
possibly banned from all future participation). According to the game
rules, any player leaving the bench will also be penalized.
Suspensions will be determined by the league commissioner with the help
of the referees and the scorekeeper. The team manager and assistant
manager are responsible for the conduct of his/her players, parents, fans and/or
Any participant caught cheating will immediately
be suspended from the league. ( i.e. using another participant’s
name, etc). Proof of ID and grade level may be requested at any time.
Any physical contact or assault towards an official referee or scorekeeper
will immediately result in a permanent league suspension and may also
be reported to the local law enforcement.
Smoking, Intoxication & Illegal
This will mainly pertain to adults attending the youth games. No smoking, alcohol or illegal substances of any kind is allowed on the facility
(this includes the parking lot). Any person who appears to be intoxicated
with alcohol or any other illegal substance will be asked to leave the facility
immediately. Any person who refuses to leave will be removed by local law
Vandalism & Damages
Any player caught vandalizing school facility will immediately be reported
to the police and banned from the league. Although dunking is allowed, teams
and players will be held liable and responsible for all damages incurred
as a result. This also includes any damages incurred from misuse or inappropriate
use of facility.
Liability, Insurance & Waiver
All teams and players are responsible for their own insurance
coverage. The team manager must submit a signed roster form
releasing Mofufus Sports, facilities and associates from all responsibilities,
injuries, etc. Each individual player is also required to sign a parent's agreement and waiver form prior to the start of each season releasing
Mofufus Sports, facilities and associates from all responsibilities,
Food, Drinks & Pets
There are NO food, drinks or pets allowed inside the gymnasiums. ONLY WATER
IS ALLOWED. Team managers and assistant managers are responsible for
their players, fans and supporters. Referees and the scorekeeper will
have the authority to issue a technical foul against the team and also remove
all food, drinks and pets from of the gymnasiums.
All participants must be of Asian decent (at least 25%) from
Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Laos, Korea, Philippines, Samoa, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand or Vietnam . Three non-Asian
participants are also allowed on a team. Proof of ID, grade level and/or documentation
will be required if requested by the league.
There is no height restriction. All divisions are based on grade level, however a younger player can always play up.
All participants must play in their grade level or higher. (we may make exceptions if necessary to provide a fair and competitive atmosphere)
League registration fee is $625 (7 games)
Each team will be penalized $150 if they forfeit a game. The forfeit fee must be received before the start of the next game.
League fee includes all game fees that will cover two referees and one scorekeeper at each game.
Payment & Receipt
Payment must be received in full by method of check, money order or cashier's
check payable to Mofufus Sports. Check, money order or cashier’s
check must include the team name and division. We DO NOT deposit any payment
unless you’re officially accepted for the season; otherwise all payments
will be mailed back (or shredded if preferred). Please send payment to PO Box 1952, Arcadia, CA 91077.
We also accept payments through Venmo. Venmo payments can be sent to the username (@Mofufus) OR first and last name (Mofufus Basketball). Please also make sure to note your team name and division on the payments.
Once your payment is received, you will
be able to view your status in the manager’s login. Hard copy
receipt is available upon request.
There will be a fee of $25 for all returned checks.
All refunds must be made by the team manager and BEFORE the online schedules are posted on the website.
Team Acceptance & Waiting List
Team acceptance is based on the following priorities:
To qualify to be placed on the waiting list,
teams must register online within the open registration time frame. The
waiting list is only good for the next season in which the teams will
receive priority over new registered teams only.
- Returning 1st place winners (the only
- Returning teams within the same division
- Returning teams wishing to change division
- Registered teams on the waiting list
- New registered teams
Formats & Awards
8 teams – 7 total games will consist of each team playing each other once. No playoffs, best records will determine winners. Team awards are handed out to 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners.
6 teams – 5 regular season games will consist of each team playing each other once. There will be a special format for the playoffs and teams will be placed based on regular season records. Only the top 4 teams will be able to compete for 1st place. Team awards are
handed out to 1st and 2nd place winners.
4 Teams – 6 regular season
games will consist of each team playing each other twice. A final
playoff game will determine the results. 1st seed vs 2nd seed.
3rd seed vs 4th seed. Team awards are handed out to 1st place winner.
Only participants that qualify for the
playoffs will receive a team award. MVP and all-league awards are
also handed out for each division. Division formats are subject to
Girls Gold (8th) – All girls in the 8th grade or lower.
Girls Silver (6th/7th) – All girls in the 7th grade or lower.
Girls Bronze (4th/5th) – All girls in the 5th grade or lower.
Girls Copper (2nd/3rd) – All girls in the 3rd grade or lower.
Boys Gold (8th) – All boys in the 8th grade or lower.
Boys Silver (6th/7th) – All boys in the 7th grade or lower.
Boys Bronze (4th/5th) – All boys in the 5th grade or lower.
Boys Copper (2nd/3rd) – All boys in the 3rd grade or lower.
PeeWee (K/1st Co-Ed) – All boys and girls in the 1st grade or lower.
All regular season game schedules will be posted on the website prior to the
start of the season. Each team is responsible to plan accordingly to the schedules.
Time and location are subject to change due to facility permits and/or uncontrollable
circumstances. In most cases all games are within the same time frame (ex: 9AM
-12:30PM, 12:30PM -4PM , etc).
All games are governed by official Southern CIF High School Rules except
for free throws. Free throw entry will be allowed on release of the basketball,
NOT off the rim.
- Games are TWO 20 minute halves, running time. The time will stop
only during the last 15 seconds of the 1st half AND the
last 2 minutes of the 2nd half. There is a mercy rule where the
time WILL NOT stop if the spread is 13 points or more. Time will
only stop during a whistle blown by one of the referees (not a made
- There will be a 30 second shot clock available ONLY BY REQUEST.
Opposing team is prohibited from interrupting with the shot clock
countdown done by the scorekeeper. A technical may be issued as a
result. If an actual physical shot clock is available, scorekeeper
will not be responsible for the countdown. Time will only stop during
a whistle blown by one of the referees (not a made basket).
- There are THREE timeouts per game with no carry over for
the one overtime. Each team will be given only 1 timeout for the
overtime. First overtime will be 2 minutes long, stop time (only
on whistles). Second overtime is Sudden Death (first point).
- Dunking is allowed however teams and
players will be held liable and responsible for all damages incurred
as a result. This also includes any damages incurred from misuse
or inappropriate use of facility.
- Ball may be advanced to half court
on timeouts during the last two minutes of the game, OT or
- Full court pressure is allowed for all division except PeeWee (K/1). If a team is leading by 15 points or more, full court pressure will NOT be allowed. A warning will be given before technical fouls are issued.
- Youth size ball will be used for PeeWee (K/1st). Women's size ball will be used for all girls division 2nd/3rd and higher. Men's size ball will be used for all boys division 2nd/3rd and higher.
- Although we would like emphasize on fair opportunity and player's development, there will be no rules on playing time or substitution.
- Please note game rules will be very flexible for Peewee (K/1st) as we would like to focus game learning and player development.
All other rules and regulations are based
on official Southern CIF High School Rules and are subject to change
The maximum amount of players on a team roster is limited to 12 (however only
10 team t-shirts will be awarded). All roster changes can be made before
the start of the 2nd game. No substitute or replacement players are
There will be a 10 minute grace period for only the 1st game
of the day. All other games will receive a 5 minute grace period before
a game is considered a forfeit. A team may finish the entire game with
only FOUR players. No substitute or replacement players are
If your team forfeits a game:
1. Your team will penalized $150
2. Your team will be required to pay the $150 forfeit fee
before the start of the next game AND
Uniforms & Attire
Each team is required to have a number legible on BOTH front and back (cannot
be taped). Home teams are assigned to a light color uniform and away teams
are assigned to a dark color uniform. Uniforms don’t have to be the
exact same colors as long as it’s fairly similar (either light or dark). Exceptions MAY be made for teams with only numbers in the back.
Proper footwear and lower attires are required. Boots or any kind
of shoes that may cause damage to the gymnasium floor are NOT allowed.
Jeans and jewelries are NOT allowed. A technical will be issued as
Technical Fouls & Suspensions
Any participant that receives two technical fouls will be ejected from the
game. This will also result in a one game suspension (next game regardless
if it’s playoffs or not). Any sort of ejection will also result in
a one game suspension (last game of the season will result in next season's first game suspension). Continuous game suspensions will not be taken lightly
and league suspension may be considered.
Only pertains to divisions with playoffs. Players must participate
in at least TWO regular season games to qualify for the playoffs. No
substitute or replacement players are permitted.