Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the SCYFL Board of Directors has voted and made the decision to suspend the 2020 football season. After looking at the TN Pledge and also the TSSAA guidelines that were implemented, as well as the increasing number of cases throughout our area, we felt that this was the best and safest decision to make for our football players, cheerleaders, parents and fans. SCYFL will resume football and cheerleading in 2021! Thank you for your understanding and support during these unprecedented times.
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Any adult (Coaches, Parents, etc.) that are ejected from a SCYFL game or event must exit the facility at once and will also be suspended for the next scheduled game or event. That person will also not be able to attend the next scheduled game or be on site where their team's next scheduled game is being played. They must also attend a Disciplinary Board meeting to determine if the issue they were ejected for needs additional suspension. NO APPEALS WILL BE HEARD, if the same person is ejected for the second time in the same season, that person will automatically be suspended for the remainder of the current season and will not be able to attend any SCYFL events or games for the remainder of that season.
Everyone, as we start the season, we want to give a reminder about sportsmanship. The league is here to allow the kids to play football and to cheer in a fun and safe environment. The game officials and the league officials overseeing the games do their best and put in a lot of time to make this league work. Remember that when the game official makes a call, that is his call and that is the way it is. When the league official makes a ruling about anything within the ballpark, that is his/her call and that is the way it is. Any rowdy behavior or disagreeing with the league officials in a non civil manner will result in your removal from the facility. Let's set a good example for the kids and have fun at the games. Thank you and we hope everyone has a great season.
The clock will start on the ready to signal by the referee if the clock was stopped due to a player in possession of the ball does out-of-bounds or following an incomplete pass. This rule will be enforced except for the final two minutes of each half when the clock will stop until the snap of the next ball and after penalties (regular timing rules).
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