500 Internal Server Error|体育外围下注
Internal Server Error
The server encountered an internal error and was unable to complete your request. Either the server is overloaded or there is an error in the application.
Our current plan is as follows:
Phase 1: Coyotes at home (July 1–August 3)
Student-athletes will continue to work out at home. It is always important to prepare for the season, but this year it is especially important after sheltering in place. We encourage student-athletes to begin their preparation for the fall season around July 1, which will allow enough time to gradually return to fitness. This will be helpful to be ready to play as guidelines allow, reduce the chance of injuries, and improve performances, especially if seasons are shortened.
Phase 2: Coyote Fall Sports Camp (August 4–August 6)
We will not be able to host our annual Fall Sports Camp on campus; however, we plan to offer a 3-day online training program. The camp will be free of charge and we will use the Zoom platform for the sessions. The sessions will be designed to accommodate limited space and equipment. More details will be sent to all students who indicated interest in team sports for the 2020-21 school year. See below for how to indicate interest if you have not yet done so.
Phase 3: Coyotes together (Monday, August 10)
This is the first official day of fall sports for the North Coast Section. We are awaiting word from the North Coast Section (NCS) and California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) as well as any updated local health guidelines. We plan to offer a combination of at-home guided activities, as well as small group and team in-person activities as guidelines allow.
Within phase 3, we expect the following phases to eventually lead to a full return as sports governing bodies, local health guidelines and schools allow:
Guided activities from home
Small group activities on campus
Limited team activities
Full team activities
Returning to team competition
All practices will be designed to work within the context outlined in the Stage 3 Schedule. Thus, students who are not on-campus on a given afternoon will not be required to attend on-campus practice, but may be required to participate in some form of physical conditioning while at home. Additionally, during the 100% virtual week outlined in the Stage 3 Schedule, teams will have virtual practices and workouts to maintain conditioning.
Other Athletic Information & Requirements
The North Coast Section requires every student-athlete have an annual physical on file in order to participate. Due to Covid-19, the NCS has granted a 30-day extension for the physicals but requires that all student-athletes must have their previous physical on file in order for that to happen. Incoming 9th graders and transfer students will need to provide their most recent wellness check/physical and returning students will need to have their previous physical on file.
In addition to the normal equipment needs for cross country, boys soccer and volleyball, we encourage student-athletes to have a fitness/yoga mat for home workouts. In addition, volleyball players and soccer players will be required to have their own balls. We will have some balls available to loan but not until team activities begin in mid-August. Each student-athlete will be required to bring their own water bottle and face mask.
The North Coast Section is hoping to begin the fall season as scheduled on August 10 and to hold the fall, winter and spring seasons as scheduled. However, it is possible that the fall season start date will be pushed back, which could affect the winter and spring calendars as well. Our goal is to plan for an August 10 return, but also to be ready to communicate and adjust once information is made available.
We understand that this spring and summer were very unique and forced major adjustments to families’ schedules. Our coaches and athletic staff are committed to working with families during this challenging stretch, even if it means returning to activities after the official start date.
Specifically for boys soccer and girls volleyball, we are currently unsure of the exact timing or structure of tryouts and team formation. Once we have more information (including exact number of interested student-athletes), we will create a structure that allows student-athletes to be evaluated and placed. Our goal remains to create an opportunity for as many student-athletes as possible to be involved.
Covid-19 Considerations Specific to Sports
Please know that we will be mandating some additional protocol that are required/recommended by sports governing bodies including but not limited to:
Equipment and facility restrictions (no sharing equipment, limited access to certain facilities, increased cleaning of equipment, etc.)
Spacing and contact in initial phases of return
Gradual return to fitness after expected loss of fitness during Shelter in Place
Student-athletes are required to bring their own water bottles
Interested in a fall sport (cross country, boys soccer, girls volleyball)? Please email Chris Ziemer at firstname.lastname@example.org
to be added to the team interest list to receive updated information. Please specify which team you are interested in.