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CCSAI Boys Classic League Awards $8,500 in College Scholarships


Congratulations to the following CCSAI Boys Classic League Players
who each earned one of five 2017 college scholarships.

Five awards to five outstanding CCSAI Boys Classic League players


Chase Burciaga     $4,000.00

Ngun Hmung         $1,500.00

Adam Baldwin       $1,000.00

Koli McCullough    $1,000.00

James Ruiz            $1,000.00

 


CLARIFICATION:
APRIL 15, RULE

 

April 15, is a Classic League Rule:
1. This is the roster freeze date that the Classic League uses for Teams
invoking the 75% exception rule and requesting the Bye invitation be given to team’s new club (including a 1 team club).


2. This is the Roster Freeze Date for all teams playing in the Boys Classic League Challenge Tournament. 



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    VERY IMPORTANT - 2016/2017 NEW & MODIFIED RULES

    U.S. Soccer Federation announces a ban on heading for players AGE 10 AND YOUNGER.

    PLAYERS IN U11 PROGRAMS AND YOUNGER SHALL NOT ENGAGE IN HEADING, EITHER IN PRACTICES OR IN GAMES

    Per U.S. Soccer Referee Program
    How the rule should be implemented

    “When a player deliberately heads the ball in a game, an indirect free kick (IFK) should be awarded to the opposing team from the spot of the offense. If the deliberate header occurs within the goal area, the indirect free kick should be taken on the goal area line parallel to the goal line at the point nearest to where the infringement occurred. If a player does not deliberately head the ball, then play should continue.”
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    CLASSIC LEAGUE RULE BOOK

    N.   SUBSTITUTIONS (Current Rule)

    1.    Number of Substitutions and Re-entry
     (b)  U15-U19 Division I. The Classic League limits the number of substitutions in all Classic League Challenge and League games to seven (7) per half, with no re-entry for field players during the half in which they were substituted. Goalkeepers are allowed one (1) re-entry in each half of play, provided the substitution is within the limit of seven (7) total substitutions for that half; and, the goalkeeper re-enters in the goalkeeper position.

    MODIFIED SUBSTITUTION RULE:
    U15 - U19 Division I Teams Only
    Any player suspected of suffering a head injury may be substituted for evaluation without the substitution counting against the team’s total number of allowed substitutions during the game.


    NEW THIS YEAR 2017 / 2018

    U15 - U19 Division 1 Teams

    Will Be Required to Use the New Sub Pass Cards Below

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    Equipment and Uniforms. - Update June 2017

    1. All players are required to have proper uniforms including permanent numbers on the back of their jerseys that correspond to the number on the team’s official roster. Players without numbers on their jersey will not be allowed on the playing field. Goalkeepers must have a number on their goalkeeper jersey. Failure to follow these procedures may result in monetary fines in addition to other sanctions as determined by the A&D Committee. A team with less than seven (7) players in numbered uniforms will forfeit the game.

    2. Each team must have alternate colored jerseys available at each game for use if necessary. The alternate jerseys must have permanent numbers on the back of their jerseys that correspond to the numbers on the team's official roster (same as on their regular jerseys). The home team (team listed first on the schedule) MUST wear White Jerseys and the visiting team must wear Jerseys that are Dark and Contrasting. The jersey of each goalkeeper may not be the same color as either team's jerseys; it may not be the same color as the jersey being worn by the referees. If two goalkeepers’ jerseys are the same color and neither has another jersey, the referee allows the game to play.

    3. Each team will wear different color matching socks. In the event of a color conflict, the Away Team Shall Change.

    4. Players cannot wear anything that is dangerous to themselves or the other players and no jewelry is allowed. Proper shin guards are required for all players. Braces and other medically required support apparatuses must have no dangerous metal or hard plastic exposed, unless covered with a soft protective covering. The referee shall make the final decision whether or not the player can play.


    NEW UNIFORM POLICY

     

    Please see "New Policy"
    Login to New Uniform Policy from the drop down box under Classic League Tab

    Time Line

    • The deadline for teams to have players in complete uniform will be September 20
    • New players added to the team during the soccer year have a 2 week window starting the first game they play

    Procedure for Player to Continue to play not in Uniform:

    • If there is a problem after the 9/20 date, you must fill out the electronic form on the "New Uniform Page to obtain permission for a player to continue to play not in Uniform


    Richland College Soccer Complex


    MoneyGram Soccer Park