Soccer Managers Information

Updated Monday August 17, 2015 by Butch Rosier.

Information for all Managers of teams in the North County CYC Athletic Association

Soccer 2012

1. General:

The North County CYC Athletic Association consists of 11 athletic associations in the North

County area. Unless otherwise stated, the Rules and Regulations of the latest issues of the North

County CYC Constitution and By-Laws, North County Supplemental Sport Rules and Official

Sport Rule Book apply.

2. Executive Board:

The North County CYC Executive Board consists of the following individuals:

A. Current Officers:

Chairman Mike Moehlenkamp (SN)

Vice-Chairman Bryan Koen (SR)

Secretary Steve Sexton (BTC)

Treasurer Jon Hughes (SN)

Soccer Sport Coordinator "Open position”

B. Active Past Chairmen:

Bob Jercinovic (SS) Mark Kaufman (SF)

Sylvia Thissell (OLM) Vic Vosbrink (SS)

Ron Martin (SB) Rick Ulrich (CLN)

Jim Lilly (SSJJ) Dan Callan (SH)

John Schlereth (CC)

Eric Spalding (SAM)

C. Parish Representatives:

Mark Haley St. Ann (ANN) 389-4924

Bruce Exely Christ Light of Nations (CLN) 355-7767

Tom DeMoulin Sacred Heart (SH) 479-5633

Kevin Murray St. Angela Merici (SA) 486-6050

Steve Orf St. Rose Philippine Duchesne (SR)

636-262-2568

 

Rich Heisse St. Sabina (SS) 921-4980

Terry Madigan Our Lady of Guadalupe (OLG)

Jeff Antrainer Blessed Teresa of Calcutta (BTC) 521-8056

Jim Stegman St. Ferdinand (SF) 568-2291

Sean Vomund St. Martin (SM) 255-9846

Scott Enstall St. Norbert (SN) 401-2977

3.

Mailing Address:

 

All correspondence, scorecards, protest, etc. should be mailed to:

North County CYC Athletic Association

P.O. Box 712

Florissant, MO 63033

www.nccyc.net

4. Last Day to Add Players:

The last day to add a player to the roster is

October 1, 2012.

 

5. Telephone communications:

All telephone communication is to be through your Parish Representative or League Coordinator.

6. Official in Chief (OIC):

Each sport has an official-in-chief (OIC) and one (1) or more assistants. The OIC supervises the

game officials and advises the Executive Board on technical aspects of the game as required. The

OIC for this season is:

Soccer OIC Rick Vogt

7. League Coordinators:

Each league is assigned a League Coordinator, who is a member of the Executive Board. The League

Coordinator maintains team standings, works with rescheduling games, and most important, is the

focal point for the manager’s inquiries.

The home team manager is to call the game scores to the League coordinator within 48 hours of the

game. Coordinators name and phone numbers are listed at the top of your league schedule.

8. Eligibility and Divisions:

Rule III, Section I of the North County CYC By-Laws specifies eligibility rules. Divisions are those

specified in the Archdiocesan Handbook. Birthdate and age restrictions for each division are:

Senior At least 18 years of age.

Junior Born on or after July 31, 1993 & not completed 12

th grade.

 

Juvenile Born on or after July 31, 1996 & not completed 10

th grade.

 

Intermediate Born on or after July 31, 1997 & not completed 8

th grade.

 

Cadet Born on or after July 31, 1998 & not completed 7

th grade.

 

Crusader Born on or after July 31, 1999 & not completed 6

th grade.

 

Midget Born on or after July 31, 2000 & not completed 5

th grade.

 

Bantam Born on or after July 31, 2001 & not completed 4

th grade.

 

Atom Born on or after July 31, 2002 & not completed 3

rd grade

 

9. Playing Rules:

Managers should read the Official CYC Rule Book. Ignorance

shall not be accepted as an excuse for

 

violation of these rules.

10. Scorecards:

A scorecard must be completed for each game played, including forfeits. The home team, the first

team named on the schedule, is responsible for furnishing the scorecard. Instructions are included to

guide the manager in preparation of the scorecard. Fill it out completely, especially the page and

round number. The home team should prepare their section of the scorecard before arrival at the

game. At the game site, before game time, seek the opposing manager and give him/her the scorecard

to allow them time to complete their portion prior to the game.

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11. Suspensions

Any player, manager, coach or spectator who is placed on report by the game official for misconduct

or is ejected from a game for any reason, is indefinitely suspended from all activities under the

jurisdiction of the CYC, until he/she is advised of the action of the Executive Board.

12. Official CYC Rosters and ID Cards:

All players and coaches must have an official CYC ID card to be eligible to participate in any game.

Managers must attend the ‘Coaching to Make a Positive Difference’ training class offered by the

CYC (note: managers of teams going to archdiocesan playoffs are required by the CYC main office

to have attended this class, and have the class’ ID number on their roster). All adults participating as

Managers, Coaches, Assistant Coaches, Bench Coaches are required to have the Protecting Gods

Children’s Workshop, Current Missouri Background check, Code of Conduct on file, and valid CYC

Adult ID card. Game officials will match ID cards of each player, manager and coach against the

Official stamped CYC roster before each and every game. Failure to produce an Official Stamped

CYC roster before the end of the game will result in forfeiture by that team. If one (1) or more

participant(s) does not have his/her ID card at the start of the game, they have until the end of the

game to produce the missing card (s) or the team will suffer forfeiture.

13. Manager’s Responsibilities:

The team manager is accountable for his/her own actions, as well as his/her players and coaches.

Additionally, the control of his/her team’s spectators and parents falls under his/her jurisdiction and

control. Strict control must be maintained by the manager before, during and after the game.

Managers should avoid becoming emotionally involved in the game by limiting themselves to the

technical direction and instruction.

The CYC program is for the children, so let the children play.

 

Managers and coaches shall stay off of the field unless called on by the game officials.

14. Game Officials:

In cases of emergency arising when the appointed official (s) is unable to officiate, or when the

appointed official (s) is unable to continue the game, or is not present, it is permissible, and strongly

encouraged to start or continue the game by recruitment of officials from the spectators. If this

occurs, both managers must agree by signing their approval on the scorecard before resuming the

game. The game should be played or finished.

The officials are the representatives of the District, and as such have the authority on the field until

they leave. We must insist respect be shown for proper authority as a part of the essential training in

accordance with the purpose of the CYC. Remember that many of these officials are in a training

status as your players are. If problems occur with an official, notify your League Coordinator, Parish

Representative or the OIC

. Do not confront an official before, during or after a game.

 

15. Rescheduled Games:

If a manager desires that a game be rescheduled due to an important

Parish Event or Academic

 

School Function

, which affects the majority of players on his/her team, he/she must notify the

 

League Coordinator at least five (5) days prior to the game, giving details. If the District Chairman

determines that the reason for the reschedule is sufficient and in accordance with established CYC

policy, the game will be rescheduled at the CYC’s convenience.

Please note: Games will not be

 

rescheduled to accommodate Boy Scout or Girl Scout activities. A rescheduled game will be subject

to the same rules as regularly scheduled games.

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16. Rules of Conduct on fields used by the North County CYC:

A. No smoking on or around the field.

B. The field guard has absolute authority over all activities on the field.

C. Damage to any building or equipment on the field will be assessed to the parish team(s) using

such gym and punitive action will be considered where appropriate.

D. Non-participating children

must be in the company of an adult at all times.

 

E. Personal coolers are not permitted. Please support the concession stands, if available. Anyone

bringing personal coolers on the property will be asked to leave.

F. Please observe parking signs at all facilities.

17. North County Hotline:

In case of inclement weather (i.e. snowstorm), check the North County CYC hotline number for any

game cancellations. The hotline number is

921-2922. We request that only the manager or one

 

representative from each team calls so as not to tie up the line.

18. Duplication of Numbers:

Two or more players wearing the same number is a violation of the rules. A number may not be

altered with tape, magic marker, pen or other means. It must be attached as described in the rulebook.

19. Game Time:

Game time is start time. There is no grace period

. The official game time is the time posted on

 

the schedule. Teams unable to present a team, ready to play at this time, are subject to forfeiture of

the game. Please be ready to play at the scheduled game time.

20. NCCYC web site:

The North County CYC web site address is

www.NCCYC.net. On this web site you will find the

 

following and much more.

1) Scores, standings and reschedules

2) The ability to report scores, leave comments or ask questions

3) Information on classes, meetings and other important dates

4) Contact information

5) Parish events and special activities.

We encourage everybody to make as much use of the web site as possible, especially to check the

league standings, schedules and upcoming games and events.