Given the dynamic qualities of covid and covid guidelines, we expect that our Return To Play Protocols may experience different iterations throughout the season as new information surfaces. As such, we will plan to update this COVID UPDATE page on a regular basis. Our Return To Play recommendations reflect current guideline recommendations from a number of sources including Washington State DOH, the Play Sports Coalition, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and NFL FLAG. Below is an outline of current guidelines.
Prior to arriving at the fields:
*Perform a health assessment of yourself and your participants. If anyone has a fever of 100.3 and above, cough, sore throat or is not feeling well, please keep them home. If anyone has come in contact with anyone who is experiencing these symptoms, please keep them home.
*While we are not limiting the number of spectators, those viewing the game are asked to practice social distancing in the stands and around the fields.
*Wash or sanitize hands before arriving at the fields.
*Please do not congregate in groups in the parking lot or around the fields.
*Have your child bring his/her own labeled water bottle and avoid sharing with others.
At the fields:
*As in previous seasons, spectators will stay on the parking lot side of the field, while players and coaches will stay on the opposite side.
*Masks are NOT required for players, coaches & spectators
*After the game is complete please avoid congregating in groups near the fields or in the parking lot.
*Spectators are asked to adhere to 6-foot social distancing practices while at the field.
If you have questions or concerns, please reach out to Tony Locascio at email@example.com
If someone in the league lets us know they have tested positive, we will ask that they stay home for 14 days before returning to the field. The CDC continues to endorse quarantine for 14 days. We will also inform the league of the case by email.