Your Health and Safety Is Our Priority!
While we could not be more pleased to see you again, we realize that our world is a much different place — and many concerns must be addressed in a meaningful and transparent manner in order to provide much-needed peace of mind. CTTBT is committed to doing our best to provide a safe and healthy environment for our valued guests and devoted team members.
If you are sick or at risk, please stay home. Spectators are required to wear masks. Coaches and players are required to wear masks when their games are not in progress. We will have masks available for purchase, if you don’t have your own. We will have hand sanitizer at entry points and each court. As appropriate doors will remain open to minimize the need for handling. We will be excepting Venmo as form of payment, to eliminate most cash transactions.
Each team is allowed to have 5 spectators, which will be strictly enforced. This doesn’t include players, coaches, scoreboard/book person, and person streaming. Leave younger siblings at home or at the hotel. We have a firm capacity limit. Coaches, players, and spectators will need to exit the gym, immediately after their game ends, no exceptions. No team meetings are allowed inside, grab your things and exit immediately, after game. Then the next group will be permitted to enter. We are just trying to keep these kids playing. Please have your waiver form filled out prior to entry, to reduce wait times. This will need to be filled out before you can enter any locations. Click on link below.
https://crashtheboardsbasketball.org/?page_id=1102&preview=truenk for waiver
Throughout the schools, guests will see markers outside and inside the gyms to signify the amount of distance they should keep between other people not in their group. This will be expected in line, as well as in the gyms where guests might observe the games.
As an end note, we just want everyone to be safe and have a memorable time playing, coaching, and watching your children grow! We’ve worked hard to restart our tournaments to give everyone something to look forward to in these trying times.