Shawnee Heights to Host High School Fall League

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Shawnee Heights will be hosting the second annual high school fall league beginning on Sept. 11.

The six-week schedule will conclude with a single-elimination tournament on Oct. 16.

Games will be played at Shawnee Heights High School. The league costs $25 a player or $250 per team.

Contact Steve Wallace for more information at 785-764-9824 or

Click here to register for 2016 Shawnee Heights Fall League

KSHSAA Basketball Off Season League Information

  1. Coaches employed by the school to coach basketball CANNOT coach the Fall/Spring league team. This includes head, assistant and Rule 10 coach’s aides for grades 9-12 for High School teams and head, assistant, and Rule 10 coach’s aides for grades 7-8 for Middle/Junior High School teams.
  2. No more than three (3) members of the school squad the previous season can play or practice on a non-school team during the school year outside the season of sport.
  3. School squad is defined as A-team, B-team, 9th grade, C-team, JV, Varsity, etc. – these are all different squads.
  4. Any amount of time played (even a few seconds) constitutes team membership.
  5. If a player played on two levels the previous season (JV & V) they would count as one of the three possible JV players and one of the three possible Varsity players.
  6. Players may not be rotated in from week to week or game to game. The roster established for the non-school team may have no more than three (3) from the same school squad.
  7. School transportation cannot be used to take students to fall/spring league games.
  8. A school coach could transport the players to the fall/spring league but not in school vehicles and cannot coach them.
  9. School year is defined as the Tuesday after Labor Day until the Saturday before Memorial Day.
  10. Once the school season/practices start players may not play or practice on a non-school team until their membership on the school team ends.
  11. Before or after the season players are restricted to no more than three (3) students from the same school squad playing or practicing on the same non-school team. That restriction begins the Tuesday after Labor Day and remains in effect until the Saturday before Memorial Day.

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