when I was working the clock and observing from the stands. I felt all the coaches did a great job the first halves of the games by communicating with their teams telling them what plays to run and adjusting their techniques to make them better. But for the second halves of the games their mannerisms changed to getting the ball to their best player to drive or shoot. The organization of the team and game still remained the same by rotating the players in and out but I noticed the best players got a few extra minute more of playing time than others. From an administrative standpoint I found there to be a lot more positives than negatives. I thought the facility was well planned out. The courts were not too close to one another where you felt like the teams were playing side by side and it was in a safe environment. I have no complaints about our field house and it was spaced out enough for teams to warm up and play
without it being too crammed. There were many supportive parents there and other family members watching the large amount of girls that participated in playing which was great to see. The parents were very polite throughout the day, not yelling at the referees or causing problems. The equipment was also high quality and it great shape. We did not lend them our equipment, they had to supply their own basketballs but as mentioned, the facility was very nice and safe. The only weakness I saw was that we did not have a concession stand for the players and parents to buy from for food.