High School Coed Spring League (2014)
- Event Type
- Team League
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- Event End
Congratulations to the following champions!
- League Spirit of the Game Award: Nova High School The Dead Rats (4.86 average)
- A Division Champion: The Bush School Shrubbery
- B Division Champion: Juanita High School Ladies and Gentlemen
- C Division Champion: Raisbeck Aviation High School Turbulence
- D Division Champion: Chief Sealth International High School
The brackets have been updated with final results.
This coed league is open to high school-based teams (grades 9-12), public or private. There will be 2-3 divisions to accommodate different age, skill, and experience levels. Teams can expect to play 6-9 regular season games, plus 1-3 playoff games.
Games are on Saturdays. Games will take place at fields in north and south Seattle, Shoreline, and Marymoor Park in Redmond.
- January 20: Registration Opens.
- February 6: Applications for Eligibility Review due (for teams requesting to include players from more than one school or players who are not in grades 9-12).
- February 10: Financial Aid Applications due.
- February 13: Registration closes. League fees due.
- February 21: Schedule posted for weeks 1-3.
- March 8: Online rosters, waivers, and coaching code of conduct (CCC) due. Start early! Click here for instructions.
- Roster must include at least 10 players (5 boys and 5 girls for coed) whose waivers are signed.
- Players may be added later, but they should not play until they are added to the online roster and their waivers are signed.
- Each team must submit a signed CCC for at least one coach who is 21 years of age or older.
- March 13: Mandatory Coaches' Meeting.
- City Year Seattle (2203 23rd Avenue South, Suite 101, Seattle, WA, 98144).
- 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: Schedule posted for weeks 4-8.
- 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: Playoffs schedule announced.
- May 10 & 17: Playoffs.
Fees, Discounts, and Financial Aid
League fees are $345 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.
New this year: all league paperwork is online!
- 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.
League Volunteers and Staff Sought
DiscNW is seeking a league coordinator and field monitors for this event. There are volunteer stipends associated with both of these positions. If you are interested in serving in either of these positions, please contact email@example.com
- The League Coordinator is responsible for handling league communications, assisting with scheduling, helping with eligibility and financial aid decisions, coordinating and supervising field monitors, enforcing league policies, monitoring some fields, and writing a post-season report. The position requires about 0-30 minutes daily from February 1 through May 20, plus 0-12 hours on Saturdays from March 15 through May 17 for monitoring fields. Additionally, extra time will be required from February 6 through 21 for writing schedules and participating in eligibility and financial aid committee decisions.
- 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.