Don Neice, M.C.A.L. Director
768 Lexington Drive - Brick, NJ 08724
732-458-9554
donneice@comcast.net
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
Participating Schools
Antrim Avon Bay Head Belmar
Bradley Beach Brielle H.W. Mountz
Manasquan Neptune City Sea Girt
Spring Lake Heights St. Catharine

Please Call In or Email Don Neice, M.C.A.L. Director, After Each Game
732-458-9554 donneice@comcast.net

Last Updated: 02/19/2014 08:24:01 PM

 

SCORES AND STANDINGS

followed by

GUIDELINE RULES

2013 - 2014

FINAL STANDINGS

TRI-OVERALL CHAMPIONS

SEA GIRT

ST. CATHARINE

SPRING LAKE HEIGHTS

American Division Wins Losses Points Overall Record  Wins-Losses-Ties
1st  ST. CATHARINE 9 1 18 14 - 2
2nd  ANTRIM 8 2 16 12 - 4
3rd  BRIELLE 7 3 14 10 - 6
MANASQUAN 4 6 8 9 - 7
NEPTUNE CITY 1 9 2 3 - 13
BELMAR 1 9 2 2 - 14
         
National Division Wins Losses Points Overall Record  Wins-Losses-Ties
1st  SPRING LAKE HTS 9 1 18 14 - 2
1st  SEA GIRT 9 1 18 14 - 2
3rd  H.W. MOUNTZ 6 4 12 9 - 7
AVON 3 7 6 4 - 12
BRADLEY BEACH 3 7 4 5 - 10
BAY HEAD 0 10 0 0 - 16
BOYS BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 2013-14
DATE HOME TEAM SCORE VISITORS SCORE
         
18-Nov BRADLEY BEACH 18 BRIELLE 41
  ST. CATHARINE 28 SEA GIRT 24
19-Nov BELMAR 26 AVON 37
  MANASQUAN 41 (ot) H.W. MOUNTZ 40 (ot)
20-Nov SPRING LAKE HTS. 39 SEA GIRT 16
21-Nov H.W. MOUNTZ 41 BAY HEAD 18
  ANTRIM 38 BELMAR 23
  AVON 22 BRADLEY BEACH 19
22-Nov MANASQUAN 21 BRIELLE 26
  NEPTUNE CITY 31 ST. CATHARINE 48
25-Nov SPRING LAKE HTS. 44 H.W. MOUNTZ 26
  NEPTUNE CITY win BAY HEAD loss
26-Nov SPRING LAKE HTS. 46 ANTRIM 35
2-Dec BELMAR 18 BRIELLE 31
  SEA GIRT 48 BAY HEAD 8
  H.W. MOUNTZ 42 BRADLEY BEACH 31
3-Dec MANASQUAN 41 NEPTUNE CITY 13
  AVON 25 SPRING LAKE HTS. 34
4-Dec H.W. MOUNTZ 30 ST. CATHARINE 33
5-Dec ANTRIM 55 BAY HEAD 14
  BRIELLE 41 SPRING LAKE HTS. 43
  AVON 16 MANASQUAN 31
  BRADLEY BEACH 48 NEPTUNE CITY 37
6-Dec BELMAR 18 SEA GIRT 34
  ANTRIM 29 ST. CATHARINE 27
9-Dec MANASQUAN 38 BELMAR 17
  AVON 11 SEA GIRT 43
  BRIELLE 36 NEPTUNE CITY 8
  H.W. MOUNTZ 26 ANTRIM 41
11-Dec NEPTUNE CITY 27 ANTRIM 49
  SEA GIRT 35 BRIELLE 27
12-Dec NEPTUNE CITY 31 AVON 30
  BRADLEY BEACH 53 BAY HEAD 15
13-Dec SPRING LAKE HTS. 23 MANASQUAN 27
  SEA GIRT 40 NEPTUNE CITY 13
  BELMAR 44 BAY HEAD 28
16-Dec H.W. MOUNTZ 33 BRIELLE 27
  MANASQUAN 31 BAY HEAD 10
  BELMAR 28 BRADLEY BEACH 38
  ST. CATHARINE 19 SPRING LAKE HTS. 31
18-Dec BRADLEY BEACH 42 SPRING LAKE HTS. 53
  ANTRIM 33 MANASQUAN 19
  BRIELLE 42 ST. CATHARINE 48
  H.W. MOUNTZ 24 SEA GIRT 32
19-Dec AVON 36 BAY HEAD 12
6-Jan NEPTUNE CITY 29 BELMAR 28
  MANASQUAN 27 ST. CATHARINE 40
  SPRING LAKE HTS. 50 BAY HEAD 14
7-Jan ANTRIM 46 BRIELLE 48
  AVON 6 H.W. MOUNTZ 40
  BRADLEY BEACH 22 SEA GIRT 58
8-Jan ST. CATHARINE 41 NEPTUNE CITY 15
9-Jan BRIELLE 39 MANASQUAN 28
  ST. CATHARINE 46 BELMAR 13
  BRADLEY BEACH 55 AVON 33
10-Jan BELMAR 21 ANTRIM 40
  H.W. MOUNTZ 40 BAY HEAD 14
13-Jan NEPTUNE CITY 18 SPRING LAKE HTS. 43
  MANASQUAN 24 SEA GIRT 27
  AVON 10 ST. CATHARINE 40
  H.W. MOUNTZ 47 BELMAR 22
14-Jan BRIELLE 44 BAY HEAD 18
  ANTRIM 44 BRADLEY BEACH 34
15-Jan NEPTUNE CITY 20 MANASQUAN 42
16-Jan ST. CATHARINE 39 ANTRIM 33
  BRIELLE 33 BELMAR 13
  SEA GIRT 54 BAY HEAD 16
17-Jan SPRING LAKE HTS. 33 AVON 9
  BRADLEY BEACH 25 H.W. MOUNTZ 46
23-Jan ST. CATHARINE 34 BRIELLE 25
  MANASQUAN 31 ANTRIM 45
  AVON 20 BAY HEAD 17
24-Jan NEPTUNE CITY loss BRIELLE win
  BELMAR 17 ST. CATHARINE 42
  SPRING LAKE HTS. 40 BRADLEY BEACH 21
  SEA GIRT 41 H.W. MOUNTZ 22
27-Jan SEA GIRT 44 ANTRIM 42
  SPRING LAKE HTS. 38 BELMAR 16
  BRIELLE 38 AVON 10
  ST. CATHARINE 42 BAY HEAD 6
28-Jan SEA GIRT win BRADLEY BEACH loss
  BELMAR 19 MANASQUAN 39
  NEPTUNE CITY 27 H.W. MOUNTZ 39
29-Jan BRIELLE 46 ANTRIM 52
  AVON 14 SEA GIRT 41
  ST. CATHARINE 34 MANASQUAN 25
  SPRING LAKE HTS. 38 BAY HEAD 11
30-Jan BELMAR win NEPTUNE CITY loss
  H.W. MOUNTZ 38 AVON 22
  MANASQUAN 54 BRADLEY BEACH 22
31-Jan H.W. MOUNTZ 32 SPRING LAKE HTS. 59
  ANTRIM 54 NEPTUNE CITY 13
  BRADLEY BEACH 48 BAY HEAD 33
4-feb AVON 10 ANTRIM 40
  SEA GIRT 35 SPRING LAKE HTS. 25
10-feb St. Catharine non- conference West long Branch non- conference
  BRADLEY BEACH loss ST. CATHARINE win

 

 

 


GUIDELINE RULES FOR BASKETBALL

A. Participating Schools:

American Division         National Division

Antrim                             Avon

Belmar                            Bay Head

Brielle                             Bradley Beach

Manasquan                     Sea Girt

Neptune City                   Spring Lake Heights

St. Catharine                   H.W. Mountz

B. Eligibility - Participants must not have attained age 15 prior to September 1 of current school year. To participate in the M.C.A.L. a student must be a resident in the town in which they wish to play and/or attending member school. (See Eligibility/Alternatives under general guidelines)

C. Practice - Try-outs may take place from October 15-18, with practices starting October 21nd.

D. Rules - Standard rules of play will be utilized. Coaches and captains must be informed of any modifications or special provisions pertaining to the court. (i.e. baselines, back court, sidelines, etc.) Only leather basketballs can be used. The schedule will consist of two games against each division school and one game with each non-division school. (See all-sports dress code - attached)

Uniforms- Each team should attempt to have legal numbers on the players jerseys. If a problem exists where uniforms are the same color, it will be the responsibility of the home team to change.

E. Time Limit - All games should start as close to 3:30 p.m. as possible.

        4 - six minute quarters

        1 minute between quarters

        5 minutes between halves

        3 minute overtime - no ties

        10 minute fifth quarter - running time with no foul shots (Played 1st)

        The visiting team should confirm the game by 1:00 p.m. on the day of the game.

F. 20 Point Rule - See attached guidelines on 20 point rule.

G. The home team will be assigned two qualified officials. Games can be canceled only with administrative approval. The league director should be notified of make-up date.

H. The home team will be responsible to provide one official scorekeeper and one time keeper. The Home Score book is the official book. Use adults when possible.

I. Plaques In order to win a plaque you must have at least a .500 record within your division. A maximum of three plaques will be awarded in each division and only division games will count towards league standings. All soccer games will be scored as follows: Win - 2 point - Loss - 0 points Forfeits count as a played game. All forfeits must be reported to the League Office in writing by the team receiving the win. If not submitted to the league office in writing the game will be considered cancelled. (See Forfeit Rule - attached)

                In case of a tie (Duplicate trophies for first place - tie breaker for second or third):

Tiebreaker - 1. Overall Record (If same go to #2)

2. Head-to-Head Results (If a split go to #3)

3. Duplicate Trophy

TO QUALIFY AS OVERALL LEAGUE CHAMPION YOU MUST COMPLETE ALL OF YOUR SCHEDULED GAMES. OVERALL LEAGUE CHAMPION WILL BE BASED ON THE TEAM WITH THE MOST WINS. A FORFEIT IS CONSIDERED AS A GAME PLAYED. This rule may be waived by the League Director if there is sufficient cause for a game not to be played.J. Disqualification Procedure - All players ejected from a game will receive an automatic 1 game suspension, which will be served in the next game. A second ejection in a season will result in a 2 game suspension. A third ejection will be suspension for the remainder of the season . Coaches must report an ejection to their administrator within 24 hours of the incident. An incident report form must be filed with the league within 3 days. (See disqualification form for players and coaches)

J. Disqualification Procedure - All players ejected from a game will receive an automatic 1 game suspension, which will be served in the next game. A second ejection in a season will result in a 2 game suspension. A third ejection will be suspension for the remainder of the season . Coaches must report an ejection to their administrator within 24 hours of the incident. An incident report form must be filed with the league within 3 days. (See disqualification form for players and coaches)

K. Non-Interference Rule - Only authorized coaches and assistants may coach players during M.C.A.L. games. Spectators may not actively* coach from the sidelines for the purpose of enhancing the chances of their team to win a particular game or games.

Exceptions to this rule will be for substitute coaches in the event a coach is ill or out of town, so as not to cancel a game. This should be made clear and approved by both teams prior to the game.

The M.C.A.L. Code of Sportsmanship states in part "...let the players play, let the coaches coach and the officials officiate. Let the spectators be positive."

*Actively coaching is defined as continually attempting to coach an individual or team during a game. This rule is not trying to stop spectators from supporting their team, but to make the playing field level for both teams. The M.C.A.L. feels that the players, coaches and officials should be the only ones to decide the outcome of games.

If a coach feels that a violation of the above rule is taking place he should bring it to the attention of the opposing coach. That coach should talk to the person involved and ask them to stop. If after the individual or individuals are warned and the interference continues, the coach should place a protest with the official in charge of the game and the administrator in attendance. (If one is present) After reviewing information, talking to the official, coaches and administrators, the league director will make a binding decision on whether to accept the score as posted, or declare a forfeit.

All violations of the rule should be submitted to the league director for review. If there needs to be additional action, the league director will make an appropriate decision.

L. Code of Conduct / Players/Coaches/Spectators - In line with the Shore Conference of High Schools, The Monmouth County Athletic League has adopted the code of good sportsmanship for their players, coaches and spectators. Players, coaches and spectators that violate the spirit of the code of sportsmanship will be subject to suspension from attending/participating in future M.C.A.L. games. (See code of conduct under general guidelines)

M. Reporting Scores - All scores should be reported the next day by both teams. Call the league director at 732-458-9554 or email to donneice@comcast.net and leave score.

N. Team rosters must be submitted to the M.C.A.L. Director prior to the first game.

Assigner - Paul Christopher will be the assigner for basketball. Call him at 732-728-1965 to cancel a game due to inclement weather. Games can be canceled only with Administrative approval. The league director should be notified when you have a make-up date so that he may assign officials. Pay: $59.00(2), $66.00(2+extra), $80.00(1), 85.00(1+extra).

 

RE: 20 POINT RULE GUIDELINES


CLARIFICATION:

1. This means that the team that is ahead by 20 points must start the substitution process. Some starting players must be substituted for. This does not mean wholesale substitutions are always necessary. If the team ahead is concerned with the other team catching up, keep “some” starters on the floor, if necessary, to keep the comfortable 15 - 20 point lead.

2. When the score reaches 25 points neither team may full court press at anytime.

3. When the score reaches 30 points no starters may be on the floor for the team that is ahead, unless there are no other players to be used.

4. This rule is in effect for all regular season games in the Monmouth County Athletic League.


The M.C.A.L. realizes that all coaches are trying to win games and are always worried about the other team catching up. You can follow the rule and still win games if you substitute smartly. Lets all remember the Aims and Objectives of the M.C.A.L. which include:

The development of good character.
The instillation of good sportsmanship.
To promote sound interschool relations.
To develop skill and confidence in children through athletics.
To develop a healthy social interest.
To develop an understanding of the rules of play for the various games in which the children will participate.

 

ALL SPORTS DRESS CODE

ATHLETIC TEAMS IN THE MONMOUTH COUNTY ATHLETIC LEAGUE WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO SPRAY THEIR HAIR IN SCHOOL COLORS OR TO PUT SPARKLES ON THEIR FACES. THIS IS NOT ALLOWED ON THE HIGH SCHOOL LEVEL. (HAIR THAT IS PERMANENTLY DYED IS PERMITTED)

THIS INCLUDES BOYS AND GIRLS SOCCER, BOYS AND GIRLS BASKETBALL, BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL. THIS RULE EXCLUDES CHEERLEADERS.

NO TEMPORARY TATTOOS OF ANY KIND WILL BE PERMITTED ON ANY ATHLETE PARTICIPATING IN THE MONMOUTH COUNTY ATHLETIC LEAGUE.

ANY PLAYER WHO DOES NOT ADHERE TO THE ABOVE RULE WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO PARTICIPATE UNTIL THE ABOVE ITEMS ARE REMOVED.

 

FORFEITS


ALL FORFEIT WINS MUST BE REPORTED TO THE LEAGUE OFFICE IN WRITING BY THE TEAM RECEIVING THE WIN. IF NOT SUBMITTED TO MY OFFICE IN WRITING THE GAME WILL BE CONSIDERED CANCELLED.

SIMPLY LIST THE NAMES OF THE SCHOOLS, BOYS OR GIRLS, DATE OF GAME AND SIGNED BY WINNING COACH OR ADMINISTRATOR.

THIS RULE IS IN EFFECT FOR ALL OUR REGULAR SEASON GAMES IN ALL SPORTS.