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Events for the week of 05 July 2020

Sunday|July 05, 2020

No events are scheduled on this date.

Monday|July 06, 2020

No events are scheduled on this date.

Tuesday|July 07, 2020

No events are scheduled on this date.

Wednesday|July 08, 2020

No events are scheduled on this date.

Thursday|July 09, 2020

Summer Showcase- 21W,24R/W,25R/W,26R

Summer Showcase Details:

The Schedule is up on tourney machine Please read all recommendations below for play. We are excited to get back out on the field but we also need to do it in a safe manner. All players MUST complete both waivers to play.  Also everyone will need to complete symptom checker 24 hours before event, link is below and will be sent out again before event.

Top of the Bay, Inc has prepared Return to Play recommendations for our athletes, coaches, families and vendors. The following recommendations and protocol are fluid and changing, based upon current guidelines set forth by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, US Lacrosse, Inc and other Federal and/or local government agencies.

Participants must proceed with the understanding that there is no way to eliminate all risk of infection and as a result, Top of the Bay, Inc strongly encourages all participants to follow these recommendations as safety precautions. The information in this document is not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.

Vulnerable Public/Participants:

There are certain segments of the population that have an increased risk of being infected by the COVID-19 Virus. Individuals who are 65-years of age or older, those with heart, lung, kidney or liver complications and those with diabetes or any other pre-existing health conditions are encouraged not to be in attendance. Parents and coaches should assess level of risk based on individual players on the team who may be at higher risk for severe illness, such as children who may have asthma, diabetes, or other health problems.

Signs and Symptoms of COVID-19

COVID-19 affects different people in different ways. Infected people have had a wide range of symptoms reported – from mild symptoms to severe illness.

Symptoms that may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus:

  • Cough / Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing

  • Fever / Chills / Repeated shaking with chills

  • Headache / Sore throat / New loss of taste or smell This list is not all inclusive. Please consult your medical provider for any other symptoms that are severe or concerning to you. If you develop any of these emergency warning signs for COVID-19, get emergency medical attention immediately:

  • Trouble breathing

  • Persistent pain or pressure in the chest

  • New confusion or inability to arouse

  • Bluish lips or face



Return to Play Recommendations for Top of the Bay Events Face coverings and Social Distancing

♦ It will be recommended that each sport participant (players/parents/officials/spectators) use a face covering especially when social distancing cannot be maintained. It will be recommended that parents and spectators wear face coverings at all times at the facility. It will be recommended that athletes, officials and coaches wear face coverings when not actively engaged in a competition. It will be required that all staff members wear face coverings when social distancing cannot be maintained.

♦ Limiting the interaction of team to team will be contemplated through scheduling, length of time in between games, removing the customary team cheer and hand shake after each game and removing all communal equipment. Teams will be scheduled on no more than 1 or 2 fields, team benches will be removed, main tables will not be placed, scores will be not be kept manually by a table top flip chart, communal water will not be provided, and there will be 5-10 minutes in between games leaving more time for one team to leave the team sideline before another team comes into the team sideline. No team huddles and team cheers will be permitted nor will the ensuing team to team high five. Teams will play with limited games off, in an effort to minimize the time a team spends at the facility.

♦ Limits to the number of spectators will be capped at 1 spectator per athlete, the event will notbe open to the general public in an effort to minimize the number of people on site at one time.

♦ Bench/player sideline set up: the communal player bench will be removed and it will be recommended that players place bags and equipment at least 6 feet apart from each other.

♦ Ensure social distancing during non-playing time: once the game is over, it will recommended that all athletes, coaches and officials wear face coverings, no group huddles and no team tents will be erected. It will be recommended that all athletes, coaches and officials maintain 6 feet distance at all times possible. It will be recommend that teams to do not high five, hug, nor celebrate in close proximity to each other.

♦ On Spectator sidelines it will be recommended that all attendees maintain 6 feet distance between non family members and wear face coverings at all times. It will be recommended that only one parent per athlete come to the given event, to limit the number of people on site.


♦ Because it is also possible that a person can get COVID-19 by touching a surface or object that has the virus on it, and then touching their own mouth, nose, or eyes we will removed all communal equipment. No communal water jugs, benches, flip charts.

♦It will be recommended that all athletes, coaches and officials sanitize hands with hand sanitizer before each game and after each game.

♦During times when players are not actively participating in competition, attention should be given to maintaining social distancing by increasing space between players on the sideline. it will be recommended that players only use their own equipment to be place on sideline and spaced apart from other players and only drink from their own water bottles.

♦Open lid trash can will be spread around facility, so no need to touch when discarding trash.? ♦Lacrosse Balls: Balls will be in bucket marked clean, player is to scoop ball out with stick, if ball is touch by hands, it must be dropped in bucket marked dirty and scoop new ball from clean bucket.

To Start Game:

A coin toss to determine the first possession - coaches and officials handle the coin toss, maintaining 6 feet apart.

teams will start in a standard set up:

4 defenders behind the line, 3 midfielders between the restraining lines and 4 attackers behind the line. Teams may go to a 5, 3, 3 - but no greater change

After a Goal

The GK will pick the ball up using her stick and roll the ball back to the center circle. A midfielder will pick up the ball, using her stick, and stand on the center line where the draw would normally take place. Both teams will fully reset to the 4-3-4 or the 5-3-3 - and once the ball is set and the teams are set, the official will blow the restart whistle.

Promoting Behaviors that Reduce Spread

♦Staying Home when Appropriate: We encourage our athletes, coaches, families and vendors to stay home if they are experiencing any symptoms listed above, have tested positive for covid-19 in less then 14 days of given event or have been exposed to someone who has tested positive for covid-19 in less then 14 days of given event.

♦CDC’s criteria can help inform return to work/school policies: ?If they have been sick with COVID-19

?If they have recently had a close contact with a person with COVID-19 ♦Hand Hygiene and Respiratory Etiquette: It is recommended that athletes, officials, coaches

and parents use hand sanitizer before going on to field, after playing, before going into porta potty, after leaving porta potty and any time before touching face. Hand sanitizer will be placed near porta potties and at the main tent.

♦Cloth Face Covering: We will recommend the use of face masks for staff, athletes, officials, coaches and parents when not on playing field and any time social distancing can not be maintained. Athletes, officials, coaches and parents

♦It is recommended that parents & coaches of younger athletes help them maintain social distancing when feasible.

♦When possible limited the number players at any given event.?

♦Safety signage will be posted around in visible areas of the facility for all to see.

Signs to be posted: promote everyday protective measurespdf icon and properly washing hands and properly wearing a cloth face coveringimage icon.

Maintaining Healthy Environments

♦ It will be recommended that facility have staff (one or two dis that will continuously circle site and clean and disinfect all frequently touched surfaces. All cleaning supplies will be kept in container away from all small children at the main tent or facility supply room.

♦Use gloves when removing garbage bags or handling and disposing of trash


♦All games will be played outside, athletes & officials will not need to wear mask while playing.

Water Systems

♦No Communal water jugs will be in use, no water fountains will be in use, it is recommended that no sharing of water bottles and that all athletes, staff, coaches, parents and officials to bring their own water.

Physical Barriers and Guides

♦Signage to maintain social distancing when possible will be placed around facility Communal Spaces

♦No tailgating in the parking lots

♦No Communal   tents, individual and family tents allowed, spaced at least 6’ apart from other family tents

♦Please arrive no more that 60 minutes prior to first your first scheduled game.? ♦Please leave immediately after the last game, do not linger at the venue.?

♦ Hand sanitizer at the Tournament Headquarters and near porta potty

Maintaining Healthy Operations

♦ Teams will be scheduled on, no more than 1 or 2 fields. Teams will have 5 to 10 minutes to clear fields and have next teams enter, to limit contact between groups and with guardians as much as possible.

♦Keep athletes, coaches, officials, staff and parents aware of state or local regulatory agency pollicies related to group gatherings.

♦ATC’s will be designated Covid-19 point of Contact and this will be reiterated to all athletes, coaches, officials, staff and parents.

♦A back up staffing plan will be in place and Top of the Bay will monitor absenteeism of staff.

♦Our event staff and officials will be trained on safety protocols. It will be recommended that all Coaches and club staff will do the same.

Preparing for When Someone Gets Sick

♦Advise Sick Individuals of Home Isolation Criteria: Any persons that are sick or have been exposed to someone sick and have not been quarantined for fourteen days, need to stay home and should not return until they have met CDC’s criteria to discontinue home isolation

♦It will be recommend to have procedures for safely transporting anyone who is sick to their home or to a healthcare facility. If you are calling an ambulance or bringing someone to the hospital, try to call first to alert them that the person may have COVID-19. Immediately separate coaches, staff, officials, and players with COVID-19 symptoms (i.e., fever, cough, shortness of breath) at any youth sports activity. Individuals who are sick should go home or to a healthcare facility, depending on how severe their symptoms are, and follow CDC guidance for caring for oneself and others who are sick. Individuals who have had close contact with a person who has symptoms should be separated and sent home as well, and follow CDC guidance for community- related exposure (see Notify Health Officials and Close Contacts” below).


Friday|July 10, 2020

No events are scheduled on this date.

Saturday|July 11, 2020

No events are scheduled on this date.