2018/ 2019 High School Season

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  1. Night Owl

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    I need help scheming, Where can you find out when season starts?
    What day does High School Soccer season start this year?
    Traditionally it has been Dec 1st.
    Rumor has it it’s starting sooner or later.
     
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    Go to the CIF-SS website and look at the calendar.
     
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    Not just a rumor ... it's true. There's a related thread in another forum See http://www.socalsoccer.com/threads/...t-on-thanksgiving-tourneys.15299/#post-200213

    CIF Southern Section: 1st contest is Nov 12, 2018, league play starts Dec 22, 2018, last contest is January 31st, 2019. This year 2 scrimmages and 28 contests (games) are allowed with all tournament games counted toward the limit. See https://www.cifss.org/resources/calendar/

    CIF San Diego Section: 1st contest is Nov 12, 2018, league play starts Dec 26, 2018, last contest is February 8, 2019. See http://www.cifsds.org/uploads/2/3/3/6/23368454/2018-19_cifsds_sop_dates.xlsx

    CIF Los Angeles City Section: 1st contest is Nov 9, 2018, other dates not shown on calendar. See https://www.cif-la.org/apps/events/2018/11/?id=9
     
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    The club players don't like it. The club coaches don't like it. But they don't get a vote.

    However, the HS players who are also club players don't like it, and the HS coaches who are also club coaches don't like it, which is most of each. So whose idea was this?
     
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    think of all those forfeits HS's are going have at the end of the season when teams get called out for their players playing both HS and Club back in November
     
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    The change allowing two scrimmages in the Southern Section will help out a little bit. First, the HS team can play 2 scrimmages with their club players in the week and a half before Thanksgiving, Then the HS team club players can go play in Thanksgiving tournaments or showcases without an eligibility issue and return to their HS team the following Monday to start their season of sport by competing in an actual HS game.

    The San Diego Section has different rules regarding outside participation and there will likely be issues arising during the season.
     
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    Outside of the effects on club players and coaches as well as players who play other HS falls sports whose season can go well into the end of November, whose brilliant idea was it to have league play start in the middle of winter break? It’s one thing for players to miss HS tourney games that fall during family vacations, but I know players don’t want to miss league games. Families can’t take summer vacations due to club and summer tourneys and now we can’t take winter vacations either? Who does it benefit to move the season up by 2 weeks?
     
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    I think it is spring sports pushing everything forward as CIF playoffs were finishing after some schools had already competed their year and were interfering with graduation. Therefore they moved all sports forward two weeks. Not just soccer.
     
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    For the record, CRL/National League Pacific Division is not scheduling games for the HS age group (olders). Youngers still have Nov./Dec. on the schedule.

    Basically, all but a few sports shift earlier ... football, basketball, soccer, baseball, etc. There will be a greater impact for the winter sports with overlap by about a week.
     
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    Most high school coaches are also club coaches. If your
    player is going to get playing time in high school, the coach will understand missing a few games over break for a family vacation. On the boys side I know it has always been an issue with waiting for Fall sports playoff to be over and club soccer players, especially DA players waiting for their break to leave DA. It will work out.
     
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    A bit tongue in cheek but I have never known a club coach to be "reasonable" when it comes to missing games.

    My kids club coach is a high school coach and the high school coach is a club coach (different clubs). After speaking to him, the club coach expects player to miss high school games if there is overlap.
    I haven't chatted with the high school coach (not my place), but I would expect player to miss club games (unless of coarse its his club team).
     
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    I'm lucky, my kids High School coach is also his Club coach, we're just going to roll with the flow and do whatever the coach says.
     
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    Jesus remind me to proof read...

    coarse... sheesh
     
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    I never said they will like it but they will understand (at least on the surface). At some of the more competitive schools in San Diego, high school tryouts use to carry on into the Thanksgiving week break. Many families had plans and I have never heard of a baller being cut for missing the last couple days of tryouts. High School coaches want to win and if you discuss it in advance with them, most are not short sighted and do what it takes to keep your kid on the team.
     
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    I will be really surprised if there are more than a dozen HS games with referees played in San Diego county before Thanksgiving weekend.
     
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    On this we agree.
     
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    I hope you're right. While my kids enjoyed and will still be enjoying HS soccer it's mainly for the social aspect snd that they can get at HS practice.
     
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    What exactly are the rules for playing in High School and club at the same time? (mainly from the end of league to Thanksgiving tournaments) Refs vs. no refs, scrimmage... San Diego Section specifically.
     

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