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1 LEANDER ISD Middle School Athletics Guidelines & Procedures (Volleyball, Football, Cross Country, Basketball, Track, Soccer) CANYON RIDGE EAGLES CEDAR PARK LEOPARDS FOUR POINTS FALCONS HENRY HAWKS LEANDER TIGERS RUNNING BRUSHY COUGARS STILES SPARTANS WILEY COYOTES

2 FOOTBALL FALL Admission prices will be $4.00 for adults and $2.00 for students. District 25-6A and District 19-5A passes will allow free entry. Administrators, coaches, and teachers with Facility ID S and students in uniform (i.e. Cheerleaders) will be allowed free entry. Athletes that present their ID and LISD Athlete Pass will be allowed free entry. Family passes are allowed. 3. All teams come dressed. Home team provides restroom. 4. Home team provides ice and water. Home team will provide cups. Visiting team brings bottles. 5. Home team schedules officials. 6. Home team provides announcer (if wanted) and scoreboard keeper. 7. GAME CANCELLATION NOTICE: Cancellation notice should be given to the other school, campus administration, LISD Athletic Office and officials as soon as possible. Game Day Cancellation weather related only. CANCELLED GAMES WILL NOT BE MADE UP. 8. In case of a problem, please work out situation with opposing team and inform any changes to campus administration, LISD Athletic Office, and officials, if necessary, as soon as possible. 9. The policies and procedures need to be provided to the officials and also be in the press box. Game Information: 1. 7 th Grade and 8 th Grade games will be played on Tuesdays. 2. Starting Times: C Team 4:30 pm B Team 5:30 pm (approximately) A Team 7:00 pm (approximately) 3. C team games will consist of 6 minute quarters with a 5 minute half time. A and B team games will consist of 8 minute quarters with a 10 minute half time. A running clock may be used in the second half of the C team game to ensure the B team games start on time. All teams except FPMS will carry C teams for 7th and 8th grades. 10 minute quarters may be agreed upon when playing FPMS. 4. For home games, the home team will wear dark jerseys. The visiting team will wear light colored jerseys. 5. The 8 th grade will have the choice of youth or regulation footballs. The 8 th grade offense will make the choice of footballs. The 7 th grade will use the youth size footballs. 6. The time between games will be 10 minutes. Team warm-ups should begin before the preceding game ends. 7. A running or passing extra point is worth 2 points. A kicked extra point is worth 1 point. 8. No overtime. 9. L.A.T. / On Site Medical required to be on site.

3 VOLLEYBALL FALL Admission prices will be $4.00 for adults and $2.00 for students. District 25-6A and District19-5A passes will allow free entry. Administrators, coaches, and teachers with Facility ID S and students in uniform (i.e. Cheerleaders) will be allowed free entry. Athletes that present their ID and LISD Athlete Pass will be allowed free entry. Family passes will be allowed. 3. Home team provides officials, a locker room for the visiting team, ice, water, and cups or bottles. 4. Home team provides an official, adult, book keeper. Scoreboard can be kept by a student. 5. GAME CANCELLATION NOTICE: Cancellation notice should be given to the other school, campus administration, LISD Athletic Office and officials as soon as possible. Game Day Cancellation weather related only. CANCELLED GAMES WILL NOT BE MADE UP. 6. In case of a problem, please work out situation with opposing team and inform any changes to campus administration, LISD Athletic Office, and officials, if necessary, as soon as possible. 7. The policies and procedures need to be provided to the officials and be at the scores table. 8. Each team must participate in 2 tournaments, one being the district tournament and the other with RRISD. RRISD/LISD Tournament Dates and Sites: Sept B Team 7 LISD 8 Sept A Team 7 8 *Saturday Games will be played at High School Site, middle school responsible for workers. District Tournament Dates and Sites: Oct B Team 7 SMS 8 WMS Oct A Team 7 CRMS 8 FPMS *Teams will be seeded in the district tournament according to their district records. 1v8, 2v7, 3v6, 4v5 9. Any tournament hosted by an LISD school will charge $4 for adults and $2 for students. This is good for all day. Game Information: 1. Matches will be played on Mondays and Thursdays. 2. The starting time for the first match (B Team Game) will be at 5:00 and the next match (A Team Game) will begin immediately following a 10-minute warm-up period. 3. Each match will be 2 out of 3 games to 25 points. Rally scoring will be used. If the teams are tied, play will continue until a 2-point advantage (Cap at 30). 4. The net height will be 7 4, using 18 panel leather volleyballs. 5. The home team will provide at least 6 warm-up volleyballs for the visiting team. 6. Must have at least one adult (prefer 2 adults) at the scoring table for the game book and clock.

4 CROSS COUNTRY FALL The policies and procedures need to be provided at the scores table or finish line. Meet Information: 1. The District Meet will be hosted by Canyon Ridge Middle School on Oct.12 at Milburn Park. Medals: 1 st 20 th Individual Medals will be awarded in each division. Plaques: Team Championship and Runner Up Plaques will be awarded in each division. The meet start time will be 5:00. The meet will be held the prior to the high school district meet. Boys and girls will run on the same course and on the same day. 7 th grade and 8 th grade girls will run together. 7 th and 8 th grade boys will run together. Host school is responsible for workers and awards. 2. For regular meets, the host school will order their own trophies. Medals: 1 st 15 th Individual Medals will be awarded in each division. Plaques: A Team Championship Plaques will be awarded in each division. The meet start time will be 5:00. The meet will be held the prior to the high school district meet. Boys and girls will run on the same course and on the same day. 7 th grade and 8 th grade girls will run together. 7 th and 8 th grade boys will run together. Host school is responsible for workers and awards

5 BASKETBALL FALL/WINTER Admission prices will be $4.00 for adults and $2.00 for students. District 25-6A and District 19-5A passes will allow free entry. Administrators, coaches, and teachers with Facility ID S and students in uniform (i.e. Cheerleaders) will be allowed free entry. Athletes that present their ID and LISD Athlete Pass will be allowed free entry. 3. Host school must secure officials. 4. All teams should come dressed. Home team provides locker room for visiting team. 5. Home team provides ice and water. Home team will provide cups or bottles. GAME CANCELLATION NOTICE: Cancellation notice should be given to the other school, campus administration, LISD Athletic Office and officials as soon as possible. Game Day Cancellation weather related only. CANCELLED GAMES WILL NOT BE MADE UP. 6. In case of a problem, please work out situation with opposing team and inform any changes to campus administration, LISD Athletic Office, and officials, if necessary, as soon as possible. 7. The policies and procedures need to be provided to the officials and at the score table. 9. Each team must play in 2 tournaments, one being the district tournament. Below are the dates and sites for the district tournament. Girls Boys 7 th B Team Tourney Jan SMS 7 th B Team Tourney Jan CRMS 8 th B Team Tourney Jan WMS 8 th B Team Tourney Jan FPMS 7 th A Team Tourney Feb. 2-4 RBMS 7 th A Team Tourney Feb. 2-4 CPMS 8 th A Team Tourney Feb. 2-4 LMS 8 th A Team Tourney Feb. 2-4 HMS *Teams will be seeded in the district tournament according to their district records. 1v8, 2v7, 3v6, 4v5 10. Three days of tryouts are required. Girls tryouts will run Nov 2-4 th. Boys tryouts will run Nov 7-9 th. Game Information: 1. Games will be played on Mondays or Wednesdays School Year: Boys will play on Mondays (exception 12/1, 1/5, 1/19) and Girls will play on Wednesdays. 2. The starting time for the 1 st game (A team) will be at 5:15 and the next game (B team) will begin immediately following a 10-minute warm-up period, usually starting between 6-6:30 pm. 3. A Team and B Team games will consist of 8 minute quarters. Regular clock. 4. For home games, the home team will wear light colored jerseys. The visiting team will wear dark jerseys. 5. Half time will be 5-minutes long. 6. Home team will provide warm-up and game balls. 7. With a 20-point lead, no press outside the 3-point circle is allowed. (Must inform officials before the game begins). Please use common sense and be respectable to opposing teams if you find yourself in this situation. 8. Must have at least one adult (prefer 2 adults) at the scoring table for the game book and clock st Overtime- 4 minute overtime period. One time out is awarded to each team. 2 nd Overtime First to score wins, no timeouts, tip to start. 10. Any tournament hosted by an LISD school will charge $4 for adults and $2 for students. This is good for all day.

6 TRACK AND FIELD SPRING UIL rules will be followed unless otherwise stated by Leander ISD. 2. The policies and procedures need to be provided in the press box or at the scores table. 3. CANCELLED MEETS WILL NOT BE MADE UP. Meet Information: 1. The district meet will be held at Ranger Stadium at VRHS on Tuesday, 4/4, Wednesday 4/5, and Thursday 4/6. The meet will begin after school. Exact times to be announced at a later date. 2. Host school(s) is responsible for assigning workers and ordering awards. 3. Medals: 1 st 6 th places individual medals will be awarded in each division. 4. Plaques: Team Champions plaques will be awarded in each division. 5. Three day format. The school(s) hosting the meet will notify everyone of the exact order of events. Field Events (flighted): Running Prelims: Finals: Pole Vault 100m hurdles (girls) 2400 meter run High Jump 110m hurdles (boys) 100m hurdles (girls) Long Jump 100 m dash 110m hurdles (boys) Triple Jump 400 m dash 100m dash Shot 300 m hurdles 400m dash Discus 200 m dash 300m hurdles 800 m run 200m dash 800 m run 1600 meter run (waterfall) All Relays 6. Heights and Weights 7 th Girls 8 th Girls 7 th Boys 8 th Boys High Jump Pole Vault 6ft 0in 6ft 0in 7ft 0in 7ft 6in 100 H 100 H 110 H 110 H Hurdles 30in 30in 33in 36in 300 H 300 H 300 H 300 H 30in 30in 30in 33in Shot Put 6.0 lbs. 6.0 lbs. 8.1 lbs. 8.1 lbs. Discus (2.7kg) 2.20 lbs. (1.0kg) (2.7kg) 2.20 lbs. (1.0kg) (4.0kg) 2.20 lbs. (1.0kg) (4.0kg) 2.20 lbs. (1.0kg) meter will take the place of the 3200 meter. (All 2400 meter races run on day 1 of meet.) 8. A participant cannot be entered in more than two of the following events: 400, 800, 1600, However, they can be in two of the events and run in the 1600 m Relay. 9. Quad Meets have a 4 team maximum. 6 entries per running event, 2 relays per school, maximum of 5 per field event and 3 attempts. No team scoring is allowed.

7 SOCCER SPRING Host school must secure officials. 3. All teams come dressed. Home team provides restroom. 4. Home team provides ice and water. Home team will provide cups or bottles. 5. GAME CANCELLATION NOTICE: Cancellation notice should be given to the visiting team, campus administration, LISD Athletic Office, and officials as soon as possible. Game Day Cancellation weather related only. CANCELLED GAMES WILL NOT BE MADE UP. 6. In case of a problem, please work out situation with opposing team and inform any changes to campus administration, LISD Athletic Office, and officials, if necessary, as soon as possible. 7. The policies and procedures need to be provided to the officials and be in the press box or at the score table. Game Information: 1. It is the host school s responsibility to administer the game as per UIL guidelines. 2. Only team personnel, cheerleaders, law officers, and media will be allowed in the contest area. 3. Tryouts will be held at the Coach s discretion, and may be held as early as April 10 th. The first game for all schools will be April 20 th. Each team will play 6 regular season games, there will be no district postseason tournament. 4. The Home Team is responsible for determining when a game is to be postponed because of inclement weather on unplayable surfaces. The decision must be made by 2:00 pm, if possible and visiting team and official(s) must be notified. Postponed games will be handled between the coaches of the respective schools. 5. The Home Team will be responsible for providing game balls. 6. It is the Home Team s responsibility to provide 2 officials. The process in which officials can be scheduled is outlined below: To schedule officials, just send the schedules with teams, dates and location to This is the that TASO s 3 assignors use and all of them will receive it, to do the work. They will confirm the and schedules, and set up an account for you to review the schedule. TASO will then start assigning officials. Coaches are encouraged to have Volunteer linesmen for each game. Each District will be responsible for providing compensation for officials at their home sites. If a certified official is not present, then coaches are responsible to find a volunteer official, which can be a coach or knowledgeable fan. Varsity players may be used if they are not in the playoffs. 7. All games shall start at 5:00 pm at the respective schools, with a reasonable grace period. All games will have a 30 minute halves and a 10 minute half time If each school has two teams, one game will have 25 minute halves and a 5 minute halftime. The other game will have 30 minute halves with a 5 minute halftime. The A team will start 10 minutes after the B team game. A 3-point system will be used for scoring games: Win = 3 points, Tie = 1 point, Loss = 0 points

8 8. Game Jerseys shall be light in color for home and dark in color for visiting teams. 9. Teams and Player Eligibility - Seven players constitute a team. All schools will have two team consisting of both 7 th and 8 th graders. 10. Scoring Coaches will notify Kimberly Davies in the athletics office, via , by FRIDAY of results. Differential Scoring: Up to 3, Forfeits score 2-0. Overtime or shootouts: Differential plus 1 Overall end of season rank will be determined by the following method: 1. Win-Loss Record 2. Head to Head 3. Point Differential Trophies and Banners- Will be left up to individual schools. 11. Fan/Player Behavior Home teams will provide an Administrator and/or an SRO to their home games. Home team and Visiting Team will share a sideline, opposite fans. Coaches will stress importance to players and parents of proper behavior (including addressing officiating) at all contests. ONLY coaches and captains will address officials. As per UIL guidelines: 1. Athletic officials are seldom given the appreciation deserved. They are the persons delegated the responsibility and authority to enforce the Rules of the Game. By doing so, they provide for fairness among players and for their safety. Each year approximately 10,000 Officials register with the Texas Association of Sports Officials, take the required examination, and attend Association conducted Rules Meetings. Officials for school athletic contests are selected by the schools involved and both schools must agree to accept the officials prior to the start of the game. 2. We must remember that these are middle school athletes performing. They are friendly rivals, not enemies. Friendly competition is the theme of interschool sports. Visiting teams and fans are guests of the home school. Fans, Players, and Coaches need to show courtesy and good sportsmanship. 3. All spectators, no matter which team they are backing, must show sportsmanship. The contests provide a showcase for the talents and skills of the students from each school through friendly competition, which is the theme of all interscholastic events. The performances seen are the result of many hours of preparation. The teams have worked hard for entertainment and appreciation. We encourage fans to show good sportsmanship through the cheers, the applause, and good sportsmanship. These students and their coaches, represent their school with pride and honor. 4. The game will be conducted according to the rules of the University Interscholastic League. The officials will be selected with the consent of both schools, and their rulings need to be respected by all. 5. Spectators are not allowed on the field until players and officials have had an opportunity to leave after the game. 6. Failure to abide by these guidelines, will result in removal from field. *An athlete should not miss an LISD sporting event to attend a club event (any sport). If an athlete does miss an LISD sporting event because of a club event, the penalty should be the same as an unexcused practice or game. *

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