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  • Club Sports & Interscholastic Programs

    Can they Co-Exist? TOM WELTER, OSAA EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

    JULY 2, 2015 – NEW ORLEANS

  • Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA)

     291 Full Member Public (240) and Private (51) High Schools

     Home School Students (1994)

     108 Associate Member Schools

  • Oregon State Law – ORS 659.865

    “Discrimination for Participation in ‘Olympic’ Sports is

    prohibited.”

  • OSAA Concerns (1995)

     Pressure from High School coaches to participate in year-round programs

     Committee of Superintendents, Principals, AD’s & Coaches

     Monthly meetings during 1996-97 school year

     School district won large school volleyball championship for 11 consecutive years (1986-1996)

  • OSAA “Practice Limitation Rule” (1997)

    Philosophy

     Preface

     Team Sport Limitation (“Rule of Two”)

     Individual Sport Limitation

     Open Facility / Conditioning

  • Impact of “Rule of Two”

    1997 – Large schools in favor, small schools opposed

     Removed HS coach from the scene and turned our athletes over to club coaches  Created a cottage industry of club coaches who exploit HS athletes (and parents!)

    2015 – Large schools opposed, small schools in favor

    Survey at 2015 AD Conference: Eliminate “Rule of 2”?  118 – 87 (58% - 42%)

  • Where Do We Go From Here?

     Discuss with Executive Board at summer workshop

     Amend or delete current policy

     Treat team/individual sports the same

     Simple policy – “Dead” periods vs. Open Contact periods

  • Articles

     “The Cult of Elite Competitive Sports” – Sherry Kuehl, Kansas City Star

     “Why Kids Quit Sports” – Positive Coaching Alliance

     “Don’t Turn Your Child Into a Sports Specialist” – Rick Wolff

  • Thank You!

  • Club Sports & Interscholastic Programs

    Can they Co-Exist? MARK BYERS, PIAA CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER

    JULY 2, 2015 – NEW ORLEANS

  • Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA)

     Public Schools (579); Private (140) & Charter (38) High Schools;

     Charter/Cyber Charter School Students (2005-2006);

     Home School Students (2006-2007).

  • In Order to Co-Exist – We Must Continue to Exist

    Source: Athletic Business 2014

  • Identify Our Differences

  • Identify Our Differences

  • Identify Our Differences After the players had been introduced to the crowd and the last medal and trophy awarded, the Hillers’ players, standing shoulder to shoulder along the first-base line, faced the Trinity fans in the stands – most of them had waited out a 96-minute rain delay in the sixth inning and remained for the medals ceremony – and gave them something memorable. The players, holding hands raised high, sang the Trinity alma mater.

    “We pledge our loyalty. Three cheers blue and white …”

    Source: Observer Report - Washington, PA

  • Loyalty Clause

     Prohibited Outside Participation During the Season;

     School Principal Could Waive Provision;

     Repealed following the 2004-2005 School Year following NFHS Legal Summit;

     Most Pervasive Repealed Rule in PIAA.

  • Loyalty Clause – 10 Years Removed

    Overall, only one percent of all players currently playing high school soccer are involved with the Development Academy.

    We are only talking about a small percentage of elite players who have the goal of playing soccer at the highest levels. High School soccer will continue to make an important contribution to the soccer landscape in this country.”

    Source: USSoccer.com 10-Month Season FAQ

  • Youth Participation Numbers

    Source: Aspen Institute – Feb. 2015

  • NFHS Participation Numbers

    Source: NFHS Participation Statistics

    2008 1,002,385 730,106 996,341 478,029 1,108,286 371,293

    2013 971,796 782,514 1,053,611 474,791 1,086,627 362,488

    -3.05%

    7.18% 5.75%

    -0.67% -1.95%

    -2.37%

  • Out-of-Season Rules

     School can sponsor training programs, open gyms, clinics or camps;

     Participation is Voluntary for both the students-athletes and coaches;

     Coaches can have contact with their school students on non-affiliated teams;

  • In Order to Co-Exist – We Must Continue to Exist

    High school is “book-ended” between youth and club sports on one end and college and professional athletics on the other end, all putting pressure on coaches and athletes to win at any cost.

    Jody Redman Associate Director

    Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL)

  • Thank You!

  • Workshop #49 - Welter - Byers Club Sports & Interscholastic Programs�Can they Co-Exist? Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA) Oregon State Law – ORS 659.865 OSAA Concerns (1995) OSAA “Practice Limitation Rule” (1997) Impact of “Rule of Two” Where Do We Go From Here? Articles Thank You! Club Sports & Interscholastic Programs�Can they Co-Exist? Pennsylvania Interscholastic �Athletic Association (PIAA) In Order to Co-Exist – �We Must Continue to Exist Identify Our Differences Identify Our Differences Identify Our Differences Loyalty Clause Loyalty Clause – 10 Years Removed Youth Participation Numbers NFHS Participation Numbers Out-of-Season Rules In Order to Co-Exist – �We Must Continue to Exist Thank You!

    Workshop #49 - Welter (updated)