ISC Gunners Game/Match Protocols
 
PHASE 3: CENTRAL PARK 3 and 4
  • ONLY THE HEAD COACHES OF EACH TEAM IS RESPONSIBLE FOR MAKING SURE THEIR OWN PLAYERS, COACHES, STAFF, AND PARENTS FOLLOW ALL PROTOCOL GUIDELINES

  • If any Game Day Protocol is not being followed, Team Managers are to notify their Head Coach.

  • Spectators MUST not enter the playing area and will remain outside the fence.

  • Players, coaches, referees, volunteers, and parent spectators are required to wear masks at all times except while actively participating in competition in the field of play. Masks must still be worn when not actively engaged in competition (warmups, benches, entering/leaving fields, etc.).

  • Players, coaches, referees, and parent spectators should keep a minimum ofsix feet distancing at all times, unless actively playing in the game.

  • No more than 150 people are permitted on the field or in viewing areas. That includes players, coaches, and spectators.

  • If more than one team occupies a field, a buffer zone must separate each group.

  • Unless otherwise listed, teams should follow the Sporting Guidance developed by the state.

  • No coach, player, staff, referee, or spectator that is sick, or has signs or symptoms of COVID-19 should attend.

  • Teams need to leave the field and spectator area as quickly as possible after the game ends.

  • No handshakes or fist bumps during or after the game.

  • Players, Coaches, and staff should not enter the field area until the previous teams have left the area.

  • Hand sanitizer should be used before and after the game.

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PHASE 3: Eastlake High School

Eastlake HS (part of LWSD) as of 1/4/21, allows public use of outdoor facilities consistent with the Governor’s Safe Start Washington phased reopening plan. Accordingly, during Phase 3, the following game day protocols apply:

  • ONLY THE HEAD COACHES OF EACH TEAM IS RESPONSIBLE FOR MAKING SURE THEIR OWN PLAYERS, COACHES, STAFF, AND PARENTS FOLLOW ALL PROTOCOL GUIDELINES

  • If any Game Day Protocol is not being followed, Team Managers are to notify their Head Coach.

  • Spectators MUST not enter the playing area and will remain outside the fence unless the game/match is on the baseball diamond field (whereby the spectators may enter the playing area and are to stand 10 feet back from the sidelines and opposite their team’s bench).

  • Up to 200 people, including spectators, are allowed per field.

  • Unless otherwise listed, teams should follow the Sporting Guidance developed by the state.

  • Players, coaches, referees, and parent spectators are required to wear masks at all times except on the field of play during competition. Players and referees may remove their facial coverings in the field of play during competition if they are required to run. Masks must still be worn when not actively engaged in competition (warmups, benches, entering/leaving fields, etc.).

  • Players, coaches, referees, and parent spectators should keep a minimum ofsix feet distancing at all times, unless actively playing in the game.

  • No coach, player, staff, referee, or spectator that is sick, or has signs or symptoms of COVID-19 should attend.

  • Teams need to leave the field and spectator area as quickly as possible after the game ends.

  • No handshakes or fist bumps during or after the game.

  • Players, Coaches, and staff should not enter the field area until the previous teams have left the area.

  • Hand sanitizer should be used before and after the game.