2016 Upper Division Game Schedules
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO MAKE CHANGES.
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2016 Season Notes
No one has a vested interest in these schedules. Just because your team has been given a particular time, that does not mean that we need your permission to change it. The Area reserves the right to make scheduling changes for the benefit of the program as a whole. This includes situations where a team would be severely depleted at the originally scheduled time. Also, as all-powerful as we like to think ourselves, we do not control the weather or the people who grant and pull our field permits. Other issues arise during the season that may cause us to have to make schedule changes.
So long as we have one or more email addresses for a coach or other contact for a team, you will automatically receive a notification of schedule changes made less than one week before your game. (This does not apply to schedule changes made before the annual Upper Division meeting.) If we have to change the schedule after 6 pm on Wednesday evening before the weekend of your game, we will email you - we ask you to reply so that we don't have to call as well. ANY CHANGES MADE EARLIER THAN WEDNESDAY BEFORE YOUR GAME WILL NOT BE NOTIFIED - IT'S UP TO YOU TO CHECK THE SCHEDULE REGULARLY. Every year, we have teams whose coaches print out the schedule and never check it again - this is a recipe for missed games and forfeits. We will not reschedule forefeited games or waive points deductions for games missed because of a failure to check the
Teams are responsible for set-up and take down of fields if playing anywhere except Beverly Hills and West LA.
- If you are participating at any other field and yours is the first game of the day, you may be responsible for setting up goals, nets and flags.
- If you are participating in the last game of the day, you may be responsible for dismantling or moving goals and for putting away flags.
- Points may be deducted for a team that fails to carry out its set-up/takedown responsibilities.
In general, we have twice as many fields available on Saturdays as on Sundays. Most teams will have 3 or 4 games on Saturdays and 8 or 9 games on Sundays.