Middle School Spring League
- Event Type
- Team League
- Event Start
- Event End
Congratulations to the following champions!
- A Division Champion: Seattle Waldorf School A
- A and Single-Gender Division Spirit of the Game Award: Hamilton Middle School Boys B (4.71 average)
- A and Single-Gender Division Spirit of the Game Honorable Mention: Mercer Middle School A
- A2 Division Champion: Chinook Middle School
- A2 Division Spirit of the Game Award: Washington Middle School A (4.67 average)
- B Division Champion: Mercer Middle School B
- B Division Spirit of the Game Award: Seattle Waldorf School B (4.71 average)
- C Division Champion: Aki Kurose Middle School C
- C Division Spirit of the Game Award: Roadrunner Ultimate Red (4.86 average)
- D Division Champion: Our Lady of the Lake
- D Division Spirit of the Game Award: Hyla Middle School 6-7 (4.75 average)
- 6th Division Champion: Aki Kurose Middle School C2
- 6th Division Spirit of the Game Award: Billings Middle School Salad (4.75 average)
The brackets have been updated with final results.
This league is open to middle school-based teams (grades 6-8), public or private. Games are on Saturdays on fields throughout the greater Seattle region.
Divisions of Play
A team may select any one of the divisions below:
|Division||Skill Level(s)||Number of Games||Roster Requirements|
||A, B, C, & 6th Grade Pools
||6-9 regular season & 1-3 post-season coed games||4:3 gender ratio (offense calls girls:boys or boys:girls).
|Girls||A & B Pools||6-9 regular season & 1-3 post-season girls' games||Girls only.
Schools with a coed student body must also provide a team for boys (either a coed or boys' team).*
|Boys||A & B Pools||6-9 regular season & 1-3 post-season boys' games||Boys only.
Schools with a coed student body must also provide an option for girls (either a coed or girls' team).*
|Combined (Coed, Girls, & Boys)||Coed Games:
A, B, C, & 6th Grade Pools
A & B Pools
|2-3 coed, 2-3 boys', & 2-3 girls' regular season games. 1-3 post-season games in either coed or girls/boys.
||In this division only, a team may pull up players from its school's lower pool teams in order to supplement its roster for its girls' and boys' games.
*Teams who wish to play in the girls' or boys' division but cannot form a full team of the specified gender may, per the DiscNW Eligibility Rules, apply to form a consortium team with another school. However, note that approved consortium status applies to all teams from the school, regardless of the gender division for which they are registered.
| January 17
|February 9||Registration closes. League fees due.|
|February 17|| Schedule posted for weeks 1-3 of play.
| March 4
Online rosters, waivers, and coaching code of conduct (CCC) due. Start early! Click here for instructions.
|March 15||First games.|
|March 29|| 11:59pm, all spirit and game scores should be reported to facilitate reseeding and scheduling of weeks 4-8 of play.
|April 1 or earlier|| Schedule posted for weeks 4-8 of play.
|May 4||All spirit and game scores should be reported. Teams with missing scores will not participate in post-season play.|
|May 7 or Earlier||Post-season schedule announced.|
|May 10 & 17||Post-season play.|
Fees, Discounts and Financial Aid
League fees are $325 per team. Teams should pay their league fees at the time of registration. Teams that have not paid by the February 9 deadline will not be included in the league schedule.
Financial aid is available, and applications are due February 6.
There are also several multi-team discounts which are applied to the base league fee. Total team count includes teams that are participating in the DiscNW spring elementary and high school leagues:
- 10% off for schools with 3 teams.
- 15% off for schools with 4 or more teams.
Due to website limitations, discounts are not applied to online payments. To receive the discount, please mail a check for payment to DiscNW at PO Box 85112, Seattle, WA 98145.
Email your League Coordinator and DiscNW staff at the contact email at the top of this page.
Registration and Paperwork
- Click here for paperwork requirements and instructions.
- Paperwork is due March 8.
- Coaches will need to submit an online roster, and every parent and player will need to sign an online waiver.
- Please start your rostering immediately to minimize last-minute technical problems for yourself and your team parents! Changes can always be made later.
If registration is open, a "Register Now" link will be available directly below this sentence.
Opening day for the boating season in Seattle is Saturday! Expect drawbridges to be up & traffic to be crazy. Please leave extra travel time all weekend.
Field Monitors Sought
DiscNW is seeking field monitors for this event. If you are interested in serving in this positions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Field Monitors are responsible for setting up cones at playfields, monitoring teams and spectators for safety, canceling games for poor field conditions, resolving conflicts with other field users, resolving disputes between coaches, offering rules clarifications, keeping time for games, implementing evacuation plans as needed, enforcing DiscNW and park policies, cleaning up after games, dealing with other miscellaneous logistics onsite, and communicating issues with League Coordinator and DiscNW staff. Monitors work 4-12 hours on Saturdays from March 15 through May 17 and may be responsible for several leagues' games. There is a volunteer stipend associated with this position.