The sanctioned teams compete from end of November till Mid-March with maximum number of practices and games. These teams are divided into two divisions, I and II. Each based on strength of program and considered "rolling" divisions allowing teams to switch divisions each year. Each section has different sets of rules for eligibility of Catholic teams to participate in the State Tournament. The "club" teams are divided into two divisions, large school and small school.
NYSAHA has set guidelines on the state bound teams and depending on the number of teams' from each section that are state bound determine how many teams' from each section will attend the three-day state tournament for large and small school tournament.
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