COED LEAGUE- THERE ARE 2 TYPES OF
COED LEAGUES TO CHOOSE FROM IN OUR REGISTRATION:
you will register
Co-Ed Competitive but you will play mens teams probably 4
times out of your 7 games & these games will be under
mens rules (reason: we have never had enough teams that
are both CoEd and Competitive and in fact, we find that
those types of teams have no isssue playing against mens
So how will we
determine the 'Championship team' from this CoEd Competitivedivision?Answer: at the end of the 2nd season (EXAMPLE: in a
Fall1 season and Fall2 season for example- the championship
tournament will be the last date of the Fall2 season) we
will hold a 'tournmaent' for what we think are the top4
ranked Co-Ed Competitive teams. So even if your record is
3-4 because your playing against mens teams and only 2 co-ed
teams, if your coed competitive there is a high likelihood
you will make the CoEd championship tournament.
Recreational- you will play only Co-Ed Recreational
teams even if that means repeating matchups a 2nd or even a
3rd time within the same season.
How will we
determine the 'championship team' from CoEd Recreational?
Answer: at the end of the 2nd season (Example:
in a Fall1 season and Fall2 season for example- the
championship tournament will be the last date of the Fall2
season) we will hold a 'tournmaent' for what we think are
the top4 ranked Co-Ed teams. Now how this works is that
typically two of the CoEd teams are in the above described
CoED competitive division and they make the tournament...
and from all the CoEd Recreational teams- the top 2 will
'make the 4 team tournament' and play for the overall CoEd
COED RECREATIONAL DIVISION 2
1. Minimum of 2 women players are required to attend the
game (however the requirement of women on the floor is
loose- meaning 2 women players on the court is 'strongly recommended').
If a team shows up with less than two females present, the
game will still be played, but the team with the correct
number of females will be given the win. Restated- A full, real game
will always be played; you will always get your 50 minutes
of playing time.
2. Blocked shots of women by men will result in automatic 2
COED COMPETITIVE DIVISION RULES:
1. There are no unique rules when a Co-Ed
Competitive team plays against a mens team (restated- you
will play regular basketball rules, nothing unique).
2. If Co-Ed Competive plays vs another Co-Ed Competitive
team- this game will be under the CoEd rules shown above.
Note for team captains: because referees do around
different types of leagues, it would be a good idea for the
captains to 'remind' the referees that CoEd Competitive vs
CoEd Competitive is under 'coed rules'.
Individuals can join- our house
team- called 'PicktoPlay Coed' that plays every Sunday at
clicking on our PicktoPlay link: If you are an individual male or female wanting in the COED league -
click on PicktoPlay and we will see you this Sunday. Your
commitment is weekly- one game at a time with PicktoPlay, but
you can play every Sunday if you would
like. The team of individuals will be called PicktoPlay CoEd
and will play every Sunday typically at Hillside Community
Center (653 NW Culpepper Terrance Portland Oregon) and
typically this team will play in the 3pm game slot (give or take an hour).
Peaceful & Recreational Athletics, Inc. (DBA
Phone (text as well) 503-597-8819 Email: