Soccer
Soccer

 

Weekly Announcements

March
6




DOGSO (DENYING AN OBVIOUS GOAL-SCORING OPPORTUNITY)
Please read carefully these two scenarios communicated directly from The NFHS:

  1. Inside the penalty box:
    • If the defensive player is attempting to play the ball and fouls the attacking player denying an obvious goal-scoring opportunity, the penalty shall be a penalty kick and the defender is shown a yellow card and sent off. (12-8-1f, 15)
    • If the defensive player is not attempting to play the ball and fouls the attacking player denying an obvious goal-scoring opportunity, the penalty shall be a penalty kick and the defender is disqualified with a red card. (12-8-2d, 4)
  2. Outside the penalty box:
    • If the defensive player fouls the attacking player outside the box denying an obvious goal-scoring opportunity, whether playing the ball or not, the penalty is a direct free kick and the defender is disqualified with a red card. (12-8-2d, 3)

KSHSAA GUIDELINES FOR LIGHTNING SAFETY
Lightning Guidlines - Please review, make a plan, and be prepared when hosting an event.

EJECTIONS - PLAYERS & COACHES
Any coach or player ejection is to be reported to the KSHSAA. Officials are to use the Unusual Situations Report Form (http://www.kshsaa.org/Official/General/UnusualSituations.cfm) to notify the KSHSAA of any ejection at any level of play. This online form is sent to the KSHSAA and member schools involved.

PLAYERS - As stated in the 2018-19 Soccer Manual, "A player who is red carded during a game is suspended for the remainder of the game, the following game and all other interscholastic contests at any level in the interim. 'Following Game' is defined as the next game the red carded player would have been designated to play in at the same level of competition. The suspended games shall count towards the player's allowed number of games."

KSHSAA Executive Board policy requires any player ejected from a contest at any level of play (grades 7-12), for unsporting conduct or behavior will be required to successfully complete the free "NFHS Sportsmanship Course" online (https://nfhslearn.com/courses) prior to the KSHSAA and school reinstating his/her eligibility privileges. The school principal or athletic director is responsible to oversee compliance of this requirement. There is no cost for the course which takes approximately 20 minutes to complete. Schools are not required to submit the student's certificate of completion to the KSHSAA but should retain it on file.

COACHES - The KSHSAA Executive Board requires all coaches at all levels in all KSHSAA activities who are ejected from a contest to successfully complete the "NFHS Teaching & Modeling Behavior Course" online (https://nfhslearn.com/courses) prior to coaching in their next event. (Next event is defined as the next regularly scheduled day of competition. An ejected coach could complete a tournament in progress before completing the course requirement.) Course fee is $20 and can be completed in one hour. The school administrator is responsible for providing KSHSAA with a copy of the coach's certificate proving completion of the online course. (Coach may print this as the final step of the online course.) Recurring ejection/s result in a requirement to repeat the course. As stated in the 2018-19 Soccer Manual, "A coach who is disqualified shall leave the vicinity of the playing area immediately and is prohibited from any further contact, direct or indirect, with the team during the remainder of the game. Failure to comply shall result in termination of the game."

[Previous Weeks]

 

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Current Boys Champions Current Girls Champions

6A

5A

4-1A

Olathe East

OP-Blue Valley Southwest

SM-Bishop Miege

6A

5A

4-1A

OP-Blue Valley West

Overland Park-Blue Valley Southwest

SM-Bishop Miege


[Previous State Champions]


[Previous State Champions]

 
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