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SOCCER 2020

September 23
Though the original decision was made on August 3, it was revisited on September 8 with a vote of our 15 member schools to see if any school had changed their minds.  Again, revisited on September 23 by the Superintendents of  our member schools.

  With most of our schools on part time, many felt that they didn’t want their students going home and coming back for soccer. Other problems stated to me were getting physicals, controlling practices, bussing and following N.J.S.S.I.A. guidelines.  They all stated how important they felt athletics were, but at this time didn’t feel they could safely have a season.  Some letters I have received stated that parents could take the players to games and even coach if necessary.  This is not possible on a school level.   I understand about the travel teams, however the transportation of students and bringing students back to school and mixing cohorts would be counterproductive to our safety measures. 
I have been involved with the MCAL since 1969 as a coach of boys’ and girls’ soccer, boys’ basketball, baseball and softball. I have been the director of the league for over 25 years.  This decision was not taken lightly. My grandson plays soccer at Bradley.  I would have loved to proceed with a soccer season if it could have been done within school guidelines and safely.  



DON NEICE
M.C.A.L DIRECTOR​


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Don Neice

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The Monmouth County Athletic League Believes Sportsmanship is an Expectation.   So Please Let The Players Play, Let The Coaches Coach, Let The Officials Officiate, Let The Spectators Be Positive.  M.C.A.L. PRIDE