Basketball Regional Tournaments

2017 BRACKETS–  Click Here to view the Regional Brackets! Brackets are always subject to change as we do attempt to accommodate coaches and players who play on multiple teams. If you print brackets it is still important to check the online version before heading to a gym as the online version are the official brackets and are always the most up to date version.

2016 BRACKETS– Previous years Regional Brackets can be located by Clicking Here


Gate Fee for Spectators–

Daily Pass–
Adult- $6
Student- $5
Seniors (65+)- $5
5 & Under- Free

Tournament Pass-
Family (Parents & Siblings)- $40
Adult- $15
Student- $10
Seniors (65+)- $10

Quarter Length-

18u- 8 Minute Quarters
16u- 7 Minute Quarters
14, 12u, & 10u- 6 Minute Quarters

Warm Up, Halftime, & OT Info:

6 Minute Warm-up
4 Minute Halftime
OT is 4 minutes for 18u, 3 minutes for all other age groups

House Cleaning: When one team has a 30 point lead in the 4th quarter, a running clock rule is instituted. For the record teams are highly discouraged from full court pressing with a 30 point lead (we shouldn’t have to say this.)
Girls teams & Boys 10u use 28.5

The NCHBC will feature 4 Regional Tournaments  in 2017 – The NCHBC 2017 Big South (Mansfield, TX) Heartland (Overland Park, KS), & Midwest (Indianapolis, IN Metroplex) Regional Championships will be February 23rd-25th while the NCHBC 2017 South Central (Little Rock, AR) Regional Championships will be March 2nd-4th.
NCHBC Regional Tournaments serve many purposes:

They are a great tournament during a typically dead time of the year, at a phenomenal value.
Are great for teams who plan to attend Nationals Championships in Springfield, MO, allowing them to maximize their Nationals Experience.
Provide exposure for 12u, 14u, 16u, & 18u All-Region & All-American Candidates.
–Are designed to provide competitive tournaments leading up to the National Tournament.
–Can be used as an end of the year experience for teams not planning on attending Nationals.
–Assist the National Tournament Seeding Committee to help properly seed each team for the Nationals.

Specific Team Fees, Early Registration Discounts, Multiple Team Discounts, are published at Each individual Regional Page, links below:

Big South (Mansfield, TX)
Heartland (Overland Park, KS)
Midwest (Indianapolis)
South Central (Little Rock, AR)

Eligibility:

All teams and players will be required to go through rigorous NCBHC vetting process, which includes being extended an Invitation & joining the National HomeSchool Basketball Association (NHBA.)

Seeding:

The NCHBC has over 15 years of seeding experience, one of the unique aspects of the NCHBC Seeding process is that all coaches have an opportunity to give their opinions, ask questions and give input before final seeding/brackets are posted.

Format:
Brackets will be designed in standard scholastic format.  Our goal is to focus is a “quality of game format” that gets teams ready for Nationals verses a focus on the number of games.

Player of the Year Award:
Coaches at Regionals will be involved in a voting process that will select HomeSchool Basketball Elementary, Jr. High, Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, & Senior Regional Player of the Year, along with Offensive, Defensive, Point Guard, Post Player, 6th Man/Woman, Most Improved, & Newcomer of the Year Awards.

12u, Jr. High, Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, & Senior All Region Teams & Regional Player of the Year Awards:
The National Christian HomeSchool Basketball Championships (NCHBC) announced that we will be naming an All Regional team for 12u, Jr. High, Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, & Seniors as well as Regional Player of the Years for the 6 classifications listed above. To View these details Click Here

All Region/ All American Voting:
The NCHBC Regional System also provides exposure for All-American & All-Region Candidates, each Region is guaranteed to have at least 10 players selected to participate in the National Exposure Showcase Game as either All-American or All-Region. Coaches attending an NCHBC Regional are the official voters for All Region and All Americans.

A player’s team is not required to attend the National Championships to be eligible to make the All Region Team.  A player may play in the all region game even if his/her team does not attend the National Championships. A player’s team must attend the Regional Championship to be nominated for the All Region Team.  All head coaches of teams that attend Regionals will be invited to vote for the All Region Players.

Annual Award Voting:
NCHBC Regional Championship Participants will be given exposure for the HomeSchool Basketball Annual Award Voting. Each Region will have a Offensive POY, Most Valuable Player (MVP), Coach of the Year, Freshman of the Year, Sophomore of the Year, Junior of the Year, 6th Man/Woman of the Year, Defensive POY, Newcomer of the Year, & Most Improved Player of the Year. Coaches attending an NCHBC Regional are the official voters for these Awards. The Regional Winners of these Awards will automatically become National Finalist.

Nationals Seeding Implication:
The NCHBC Regional System gives out all Auto bids for HomeSchool Basketball Nationals Division 1. There are only a handful of At Large bids awarded for D-I, if your team doesn’t have a marquee win over a HomeSchool opponent your performance at Regionals might be the only shot at a Division I bid. The Regional Champions will are also guaranteed a #1 or #2 overall seed in their Class (applies to age groups that will be using the Gold Ball Showdown Series Format.) Regional Championships are the final games counted for Nationals Seeding, no games after Regionals have any bearing on Nationals Seeding.