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Lake Norman Swim League

Summer 2021

Swimming Rules

 

 

 

Member Clubs

https://www.teamunify.com/Home.jsp?team=reclnsl

Club website

 

Harbour............................HARB

Trump...............................TRUMP

Winslow Bay.....................WBAY

Morrison Plantation.........MPLA

The Farms..........................FARM

Cherry Grove...................CHGR                                   

 

 

2021 Lake Norman Swim League Team Contacts

As of 2/18/2021

 

Morrison Plantation

 

Claire Grimsley        Team Rep/Manager    (937) 477-9843        [email protected]  

Denise Mangaoang    Head Coach        704-929-3972        [email protected]

     

    

Trump  (Vice President)

 

Joan Stolberg           Team Rep        (704)450-7816        [email protected]

Heather Zucker        Team Computer Rep    (704) 491-8997         [email protected]

Jana Mooney        Head Coach        (828) 493-3295        [email protected]

 

 

 

Harbour (Secretary)

 

Jan Claborn                    Team Rep                      (801) 390-0739        [email protected]

Tammie Filiault    Head Coach         (704) 904-0426        [email protected] 

Bridgett Respess     Assistant Coach    (804) 317-1018        [email protected]

 

 

 

The Farms (Treasurer)

 

Darlene Whittington       Team Rep        (703) 447-8872        [email protected] 

Lindsay Hartsel        Team Rep        (704) 560-8150        [email protected]

Angie Tucker                    Team Rep        (704) 252-0375        [email protected] 

Leyla Porteous               Head Coach        (561) 329-2208        [email protected]

 

 

 

Cherry Grove (Championship Meet Director)

 

Paige Seibers        Head Coach        (704)775-9993        [email protected]

 

 

 

Winslow Bay (League Fundraising)

 

Kim Contino        Team Rep        (704) 500-6508        [email protected]

Sandor Szatmari    Team Computer Rep                [email protected]

Barbara Mastro    Head Coach        (303) 887-7722        [email protected]          

 

 

 

Philosophy: The Lake Norman Swim League seeks to promote good sportsmanship and team work, have fun, orient swimmers to competition properly, and improve swimming skills in the community.

 

Membership: The League shall consist of those teams that agree to abide by the League’s philosophy, rules, participate in league administrative responsibilities, and submit dues as required.  Expanding the League membership will require a majority vote of current members.  Rule changes shall require a unanimous vote of current members.

 

The Teams are:         Abbreviations

The Harbour             HARB

Trump                            TRUMP

Winslow Bay            WBAY

Morrison Plantation        MPLA

The Farms            FARM

Cherry Grove            CHGR

 

Eligibility for the LNSL:

A swimmer must be 18 years of age and younger and must be club members and/or swim team members as defined by individual club policies.   For those clubs that maintain separate swim

team memberships, rates should not be under $130 per swimmer for non-residents each season.  Coaches

and/or assistants are eligible to swim if eligibility guidelines are met.  A swimmer's age as of June 1st shall

determine his/her age group for the individual events for that season.

 

Administrative Committee: The League Administrative Committee shall consist of representatives from each team and shall be responsible for all matters relating to the effective operation of the League.  Each team shall have one vote in decision-making.  Officers will consist of President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer.  Responsibilities will include schedules, awards, computer forms and training, officials training, and others as needed.

 

Job Descriptions of Administrative Committee Positions:

President:

  1. Conducts and serves as parliamentarian for Scheduled LNSL meetings.
  2. Schedules & notifies members of all upcoming meetings
  3. Assures adherence to LNSL rules & is responsible for amendments to rules.
  4. Should not be a current League coach.
  5. Coordinates the championship meet and distributes championship meet duties.

Vice President:

  1. Decides questions on LNSL rules in the absence of the president.
  2. Schedules stroke and turn clinics, safety clinics and coaches meetings prior to summer season.
  3. Helps coordinate the Championship meet
  4. League Fundraiser Coordinator

Secretary:

  1. Records minutes of all LNSL meetings:
  2. Oversees distribution of LNSL rulebook.
  3. Emails minutes to representatives within one week of the last meeting.

Treasurer:

  1. Works with president in preparing the budget:
  2. Signs all checks, is responsible for checking/saving account, and maintains expense record for each committee.
  3. Orders heat ribbons, place ribbons, and championship ribbons for all teams.

 

LNSL  administrative positions will rotate  up from the current listing every 3 years. Positions will be the same this year (2017), but next year (2018) someone from the designated team will shadow the outgoing member with them moving into the position fully at the beginning of the 2019 season.

 

 

League Dues & Team Rosters:

Each team shall pay the following dues annually:  A $150 team fee and $10.00 per swimmer. Team rosters are due by June 1 st and should be emailed to the League President and Treasurer.  The treasurer will send each team an invoice once rosters are received and dues can be calculated.  League dues should be paid to the League Treasurer by June 1st, checks payable to LKN Swim League.

 

*If a team has a junior program consisting of 6&U swimmers who will not be competing in the swim meets, these swimmers do not have to pay dues. Subsequently, these swimmers will only compete in the “junior meet”.

If a junior swimmer should move up onto the competition team during the season, or a new swimmer should join the team, then his/her name should be added to the team roster and $7 should be paid to the treasurer by

the Friday before the last dual meet.

 

MEETS

The League Administrative Committee will approve the schedule by the January planning meeting.

 

Timeline for meets:

  • Meets will be held on Monday evenings.
  • 3:45 The Away team gains access to the pool deck.
  • Warm-Ups:

4:00 - 4:20 Home team

              4:20-4:40 Away team

  • 4:45  Officials’ & Timer's meeting
  • 5:00 Meet begins

 

Inclement Weather:

In the event of inclement weather prior to a meet, the Home Team will be responsible for contacting the Visiting Team and deciding about canceling or rescheduling.  During a delay, the meet will start no later than 7:00. Ultimately, the Pool Manager or Head Lifeguard has the responsibility to decide whether to continue the meet due to the inclement weather.  When rescheduling, if possible, the reschedule date is the next night on Tuesday.  In the event of inclement weather during a meet, the team reps and coaches from each team will confer about continuing, canceling, or rescheduling.  Team reps and Head Coaches will decide which events to swim and in what order. If they cannot agree then they revert to the default relay thru backstroke rule.

If the meet is called off due to inclement weather, the meet can be considered complete and can be scored as long as all events leading up to and including event 43 (15-18 Boys 50 Backstroke) have been completed.

 

Entries:

  • Each swimmer can be entered into a maximum of 6 events.  1 IM, 3 individual stroke events and 2 relays (a swimmer can swim in their own age group relay and in 1 swim up relay).
  • Individual Medleys are limited to only 2 heats for the boys and 2 heats for the girls for each age group.  Each team can enter 6 swimmers in each age group for boys and 6 for girls.
  • Swimmers must swim in their own age groups for individual events, but may swim up for relays.  A swimmer can swim on a second relay only to fill a vacancy.  (To enter a relay team, there must be at least 1 person actually in that age group.)

 

Relays: Teams may enter multiple relay teams in one event and must designate them as “TEAM A”  “TEAM B” etc.  In relays that start in the water, the swimmer must have at least one hand touching the wall before releasing for their segment.

 

Relay Rule:  The spirit of the relays is to create a relay for each age group as long as there is at least 1 swimmer in that age group.   If you have one swimmer in an age group, they can be joined by 3 swim ups to create 1 relay.  If you have 2 swimmers in an age group, they can be joined by 2 swim ups to create 1 relay.  If you have three swimmers they can be joined by 1 swim up to create 1 relay.  If you have four swimmers in the same age group then you can fill only 1 relay team.  If you have 5 swimmers in the same age group then you can use 3 swim ups to complete 2 relay teams.  If you have 4, 8, 12 (multiples of 4) in any age group 8 yrs. and above, then you may not use swim ups for that group because each swimmer in that age group must swim.  There should only be a maximum of three swim ups per age group relay.  Any more than three would violate the relay rule.  Swim ups can swim on any relay team “A”, “B”, “C”…etc.

 

Entry Submission:

  • 6:00pm Friday (for a Monday meet):  The visiting Team shall submit entries to the Home Team.
  • If the entries are not submitted by the deadline, the team will be penalized 25 points per 24 hour period that they are late.
  • The Home Team will merge the meet.
  • 1:00pm Sunday: The Home team will provide the Away Team with the EHL report.
  • If the report is not submitted on time then the home team will be penalized 25 points.
  • 1:00 pm Monday: Scratches, substitutions, and additions should be submitted to the home team computer contact.
  • 4:45 pm Monday:   Present any additional scratches and relay changes to the computer table.  Other changes, substitutions or additions will be considered on a per case basis.
  • Monday at the end of the meet:  The home team shall provide an electronic copy of the meet (Meet Manager back up file) to the visiting team by midnight.

 

Lane Assignments:  Lane assignments shall be odd lanes for the Home Team and even lanes for the Visiting Team.  Strict lane assignments should be for fastest heats only and the lanes should be filled to minimize the number of heats.

 

Heats:  Heats shall be arranged from slowest to fastest.

 

Heat Sheets:  12 heat sheets will be provided to the coach or team representative of the visiting team on arrival at the meet.  Heat sheets will be sold for $2 at regular season meets and $5 at the championship meet.

 

Stroke Rules:  USA Swimming rules are used to judge strokes.  Swimmers will only be disqualified for infractions listed on the LKN Swim League DQ sheet. During the dual meets, swimmers in 6 & under events shall be given warnings in an effort to help them learn the strokes correctly, however at the championship meet they will be judged in the same way as other age groups and therefore subject to disqualification. Two certified USA officials will be provided by the league for every dual meet. A USA official will sign all DQ's, record order of finish for each heat and settle any stroke and turn disputes.

 

Starter Rules:  In the event that a swimmer or a relay team is not on the blocks when the starter is ready to start the heat, the starter will wait no longer than 30 seconds for the swimmer or relay team to arrive at the blocks.

 

Officials:  Volunteers needed from each team

Home Team     Visiting Team

1 Meet Director    1 Assistant Clerk of Course    

1 Head Timer                        Computer representative (optional)

1 Starter/Announcer                    6 Timers

2 Clerks of Course                    1 Ribbon Labeler        

Child Gatherers                     Child Gatherers (appropriate # to gather your team)    

6 Timers                      

1Computer Asst / ribbon labeler                    

1 Runner (your runner can also be your head timer)            

 

The Meet Director is responsible for overseeing the entire meet.  Only the Head Coach from either team may discuss procedures or judgments with the Meet Director.  Each team needs to have a Parent Representative who is in charge of coordinating the volunteers.  Officials are prohibited from drinking alcoholic beverages while officiating.

 

Equipment and Supplies:

Each Team will provide Dolphin watches for timers.  Each team must also still bring 8 manual watches in case they are needed if the Dolphin system fails.

The home team will provide the Head Timer, starting and announcing system, a computer for scoring, awards labels and containers for ribbons, a Clerk of Course area with numbered chairs or benches.

The League will provide teams with necessary forms and ribbons

 

Computer Software:

Each Team will purchase their own Team Manager software and will maintain the most up to date version.

The League will purchase 2 Meet Manager disks for the teams to share.  The league president will hold onto these disks and lend them out to each team when needed.  The league will purchase any software needed for the championship meet.

 

Regular Season Scoring and Ribbons:

Scoring:         Individual Events        Relay Events            Ribbon Color

                       First       5 pts            First       5 pts            Blue

                       Second      3 pts            Second   3 pts            Red

                       Third     1 pt            Third      1 pt            White

 

Ribbons:    Ribbons will be given out for 1-6 th place for dual meets.

It is up to the individual teams to decide who receives participant ribbons.  Heat Ribbons will be given out for individual Events and Relays.  The ribbons will be handed out to the home teams prior to the Season.

 

Score protests must be handled 48 hours after a dual meet and there will be a 15-point penalty per infraction.  The final decision will be made by a vote from the Administrative Committee.  The LNSL board will constitute the Administrative Committee.

 

Ties:  In the event of a first place tie, each swimmer will be awarded first place, the first and second place points will be added together (5+3=8) and half will be given to each, giving each swimmer 4 points.  Second place will not be awarded, and third place will be awarded to the swimmer with the next fastest time.  In the event of a second or a third place tie the same procedure will apply.

 

Tech Suits:  No tech suits will be allowed or at the discretion of the Head USA Official.  The LNSL definition of a “tech suit” is defined as having a visible FINA label.

Swim Caps:  All swimmers must wear their team caps at meets unless there are special circumstances (i.e. sensory issues).  No high school or club team caps are permitted at any LNSL meets.

 

Code of Conduct:  See attachment / code of conduct voted in for the 2019 season

 

CHAMPIONSHIP MEET

 

In addition to following the basic rules of dual swim meets, the following rules apply to the Championship meet only:

 

  1. A swimmer must swim in at least one dual meet to be eligible for the Championship.
  2. All swimmers entered for events in the Championship meet must have a time entered for each event. If a swimmer is entered without an entry time, the swimmer will be allowed to swim, however, the swimmer will not be awarded any points should they place in the event.
  3. There will be four stroke judges used during the Championship – two for each side of the pool.  Each judge will be responsible for the half of the lanes closest to them. Addendum: USA officials will be provided for the Championship Meet.
  4. There will be a maximum of 4 entries per team per IM event.
  5. Each team may enter a maximum of 4 swimmers in each individual event.  The maximum amount of entries for each individual will remain at a maximum of 6 (3 individual events, IM, 2 relays) as in regular season dual meets.
  6. Entries shall be due to the Championship Meet Director no later than the date set by the League each season.
  7. A list of volunteers shall be due at the same time as entries.
  8. No late entries will be permitted at the Championship Meet.
  9. The Championship Meet shall be run as timed finals and shall be seeded in accordance with USA Swimming rules
  10. There is a maximum of three relay entries for each event from each team.  They should be designated as “A”, “B”, and “C.”  The “A” relay should be the fastest.  The entry rules for relays are the same as the regular season rules.  You may not fill a relay improperly.  (see regular season relay rules)
  11. All swimmers will be required to jump in the pool for a start.  No in water starts will be allowed for the Championship Meet.  However, the start may be from the stand or the edge of the pool.
  12. All swimmers are eligible for disqualification.
  13. Championship Point structure:

Individual Events:      1 st place         7 Points

            2 nd place        5 Points

            3 rd place        4 Points

            4 th place        3 Points

            5 th place        2 Points

            6 th place        1 Point

Relay Events:        1 st place        7 Points

            2 nd place        5 Points

            3 rd place        4 Points

            4 th place        3 Points

            5 th place        2 Points

            6 th place        1 Point

  1. Ribbons will be given for 1 st-8 th place.
  2. Meet Directors for the championship meet will be the representatives from the 2 teams who are coordinating the volunteers and running the computers.
  3. Awards: Medals are given out for 1 st-3 rd place and ribbons are given out for 4 th-8 th place.
  4. A LNSL trophy will “travel” each season for the 1 st, 2 nd and 3 rd place overall teams.
  5. No tech suits will be allowed or at the discretion of the Head USA Official.  The LNSL definition of a “tech suit” is defined as having a visible FINA label.

 

 

 

2021 Order of Events

 

    

    1    Mixed 6 & Under 100 Freestyle Relay

    2    Girls 7-8 100 Freestyle Relay

    3    Boys 7-8 100 Freestyle Relay

    4    Girls 9-10 100 Freestyle Relay

    5    Boys 9-10 100 Freestyle Relay

    6    Girls 11-12 200 Freestyle Relay

    7    Boys 11-12 200 Freestyle Relay

    8    Girls 13-14 200 Freestyle Relay

    9    Boys 13-14 200 Freestyle Relay

    10    Girls 15-18 200 Freestyle Relay

    11    Boys 15-18 200 Freestyle Relay

    12    Girls 6 & Under 25 Freestyle

    13    Boys 6 & Under 25 Freestyle

    14    Girls 7-8 25 Freestyle

    15    Boys 7-8 25 Freestyle

    16    Girls 9-10 25 Freestyle

    17    Boys 9-10 25 Freestyle

    18    Girls 11-12 50 Freestyle

    19    Boys 11-12 50 Freestyle

    20    Girls 13-14 50 Freestyle

    21    Boys 13-14 50 Freestyle

    22    Girls 15-18 50 Freestyle

    23    Boys 15-18 50 Freestyle

  24     Girls 6 & Under Backstroke

  25      Boys 6& Under Backstroke

    26    Girls 7-8 25 Backstroke

    27    Boys 7-8 25 Backstroke

    28    Girls 9-10 25 Backstroke

    29    Boys 9-10 25 Backstroke

    30    Girls 11-12 50 Backstroke

    31    Boys 11-12 50 Backstroke

    32    Girls 13-14 50 Backstroke

    33    Boys 13-14 50 Backstroke

    34    Girls 15-18 50 Backstroke

 

  35    Boys 15-18 50 Backstroke

    36    Girls 8 & Under 25 Breaststroke

    37    Boys 8 & Under 25 Breaststroke

    38    Girls 9-10 25 Breaststroke

    39    Boys 9-10 25 Breaststroke

    40    Girls 11-12 50 Breaststroke

    41    Boys 11-12 50 Breaststroke

    42    Girls 13-14 50 Breaststroke

    43    Boys 13-14 50 Breaststroke

    44    Girls 15-18 50 Breaststroke

    45    Boys 15-18 50 Breaststroke

  46    Girls 8 & Under 25 Butterfly

    47    Boys 8 & Under 25 Butterfly

    48    Girls 9-10 25 Butterfly

  49    Boys 9-10 25 Butterfly

    50    Girls 11-12 50 Butterfly

    51    Boys 11-12 50 Butterfly

    52    Girls 13-14 50 Butterfly

  53      Boys 13-14 50 Butterfly

      54    Girls 15-18 50 Butterfly

  55    Boys 15-18 50 Butterfly

  56     Girls 10 & Under 100 IM

    57    Boys 10 & Under 100 IM

  58     Girls 11-12 100 IM

    59    Boys 11-12 100 IM

    60    Girls 13-14 100 IM

    61    Boys 13-14 100 IM

    62    Girls 15-18 100 IM

    63    Boys 15-18 100 IM

 

 

    

    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Championship Meet at ___________    TBA        

Trump – Meet Director / will merge and run the meet with assistance from Trump

Harbour – Asst. heat sheet sales and entrance sales

Morrison Plantation will coordinate the volunteers

The Farms order supplies for champ meet (medals, trophies)

Winslow Bay fundraiser (restaurants)

Cherry Grove will organize heat sheet sales and collection of admission fees

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Meet Director: The Harbour

Asst. Meet Director: Trump

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Volunteer positions

Notes:

Total #

Can be split into 1st/2nd half?

TRUMP

HARB

FARM

WBAY

MPLA

CHGR

 

Computers

Input entries, work computer throughout meet

1

NO

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

Volunteer Coordinator

Set up volunteers

1

NO

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stroke & Turn Judges

USA Officials will be provided

 

NO

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Announcer

 

1

NO

 

 1

 

 

 

 

 

Clerk of Course

(experienced only please!)

Line up swimmers for events & monitor benches and blocks.

6

YES

1

1

1

1

1

1

 

Timers (experienced only please!)

2 per lane: 1 on plunger, both on stopwatch, 2 head timers

18

YES

3

3

3

3

3

        3

 

Child Gathers

Gather swimmers at team bleachers, transfer over to clerk of course area

 

YES

at individual team

discretion

at individual team discretion

at individual team discretion

at individual team discretion

at individual team discretion

at individual team discretion

 

Admission Fee

1 st half only

 

NO

 

1

 

 

 

1

 

Heat Sheet

1 st half only

 

NO

 

1

 

 

 

1

 

Ribbons & Runners

3 ribbon, 2 runners

10

YES

1

Runner-report to computer table

1

Runner-report to computer table

2

Ribbon – report to award table at event 20

2

Ribbon – report to award table at event 20

2

Ribbon – report to award table at event 20

2

Ribbon – report to award table at event 20

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LNSL 2021 Schedule

Monday, June 7th

Away

Home

Cherry Grove

The Harbour

The Farms

Morrison Plantation

Trump National

Winslow Bay

Monday, June 14th

Away

Home

Morrison Plantation

Trump National

Winslow Bay

Cherry Grove

The Harbour

The Farms

Monday, June 21st

Away

Home

Winslow Bay

Morrison Plantation

Trump National

The Harbour

Cherry Grove

The Farms

Monday, June 28th

Away

Home

The Farms

Trump National

The Harbour

Winslow Bay

Morrison Plantation

Cherry Grove

Friday, July 9th - Tentatively

 

Championships - Still determining

 

Huntersville Family Fitness & Aquatics

 

 

Directions and information pertaining to each pool.

Warm-ups

Home Team: 4:00 – 4:20

Away Team: 4:20 -  4:40

Trump:

Address:   128 Vestal Drive, Mooresville, NC 28117

Gathering area for the Away team swimmers is located at the starting block end of the pool, under the veranda.

Visiting team parents, please sit on the far side of the pool, closest to the tennis courts.

Coolers and outside food/beverages are not permitted.  Concessions will be sold under the cabana.  Swimmers are allowed to bring personal water bottles.

Parking is available at the pool and at the tennis courts.

 

The Harbour:

Harbour clubhouse: 130 Bay Port Lane, Mooresville, NC 28117
Away team gathering area: To your immediate left upon entering the pool.  Away team spectators may also sit on the same side as their team and will be reserved for this.
Concessions will be available. Outside coolers allowed.
Limited parking at clubhouse is available for away team on a first come basis.

 

The Farms:

The Homestead Hammerheads:  420 Agnew Road, Mooresville, NC 28117     704-663-3314 (Homestead office number)
Gathering area for Away team swimmers is under the pavilion next to the parking lot.
The visiting team parents will gather on the opposite side of the pool from the clubhouse.
Concessions are available for purchase. The Homestead does allow outside coolers but no glass containers.

The Parking lot at the Homestead is available/reserved for the visiting team.

 

Winslow Bay:

Winslow Bay Address: 100 East Maranta Drive, Mooresville, NC 28117

Gathering area for Away team will be set up in the parking lot adjacent to the pool. A tent and some chairs will be provided for child gathering.

Concessions will be available for sale during the meets.  Coolers and outside food are allowed. 

The parking lot located across from the pool/clubhouse is reserved for Away Team families during a swim meet. 

 

Morrison Plantation:

Clubhouse address: 276 Montibello Drive , Mooresville, NC 28117.
Gathering area for Away team swimmers is located under the large tree next to the clubhouse.  Bring sheets/towels to sit on and tents for shade.
Kids will enter the pool area through the main gate for their events.  This is where the swimmers will enter to their benches. Swimmers and parents can enter pool deck at 5:00 pm. 

Parking lot is past the pool.  May park in the street, however, the streets in front of the clubhouse will be no-parking to keep them open for any Emergency Vehicles to get through. 

 

Cherry Grove:

Clubhouse address: 125 Weeping Spring Drive, Mooresville, NC  28115

Gathering area for swimmers is around the kiddie pool.  This area will be split in half with the home team.  Visiting team please sit on the far side of the pool opposite the clubhouse.  Parking is on the street around the center island of pool location.  Concessions will be available for sale during the meet.  Coolers are allowed, but no glass.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lake Norman Swim League (LNSL)

Code of Conduct

Preamble:

It is essential for parents, coaches and officials to encourage youth athletes to embrace the values of good sportsmanship. Moreover, adults involved in youth sports events should be models of good sportsmanship and should lead by example by demonstrating fairness, respect and self control.

I therefore pledge to be responsible for my words and actions while attending, coaching, officiating or participating in a Lake Norman Swim League event and shall conform my behavior to the following code of conduct:

  1. I will not engage in unsportsmanlike conduct with any coach, parent, player, participant, official or any other attendee.
  2. I will not encourage my child, or any other person, to engage in unsportsmanlike conduct with any coach, parent, player, participant, official or any other attendee.
  3. I will not engage in any behavior which would endanger the health, safety or well being of any coach, parent, player, participant, official or any other attendee.
  4. I will not encourage my child, or any other person, to engage in any behavior which would endanger the health, safety or well being of any coach, parent, player, participant, official or any other attendee.
  5. I will not permit my child, or encourage any other person, to use drugs or alcohol at a youth sports event and will not permit my child, or encourage any other person, to attend, coach, officiate or participate in a youth sports event while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
  6. I will not engage in the use of profanity.
  7. I will not encourage my child, or any other person, to engage in the use of profanity.
  8. I will treat any coach, parent, player, participant, official or any other attendee with respect regardless of race, creed, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation or ability.
  9. I will encourage my child to treat any coach, parent, player, participant, official or any other attendee with respect regardless of race, creed, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation or ability.
  10. I will not engage in verbal or physical threats or abuse aimed at any coach, parent, player, participant, official or any other attendee.
  11. I will not encourage my child, or any other person, to engage in verbal or physical threats or abuse aimed at any coach, parent, player, participant, official or any other attendee.
  12. I will not initiate a fight or scuffle with any coach, parent, player, participant, official or any other attendee.
  13. I will not encourage my child, or any other person, to initiate a fight or scuffle with any coach, parent, player, participant, official or any other attendee.

I hereby agree that if I fail to conform my conduct to the foregoing while attending, coaching, officiating or participating in a youth sports event I will be subject to disciplinary action, including but not limited to the following in any order or combination:

  1. Verbal warning issued by the Home Team.
  2. Written warning issued by the Home Team with agreement of the LNSL board president.
  3. Suspension or immediate ejection from a LNSL event issued by the Home Team with agreement by the LNSL Board of Members.
  4. Suspension from multiple youth sports events issued by the Home Team with agreement by the LNSL Board of Members.
  5. Season suspension or multiple season suspension issued by the Home Team and LNSL Board of Members.

 

 

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