PLAY Football 2011

July 26th, 2011 Trevor Knutson VP of Football

Laker Chant

Agenda
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Introductions 6th, 7th and 8th Grade programs Team selection Youth Level Officiating Code of Conduct PLAY and Prior Lake Varsity Program Important Dates Q&A

Introductions

PLAY Football Board


Chuck Schrope – VP of Sports Trevor Knutson – VP of Football
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Gerald Raddatz – Travel Director

Rich Marlier – In House Director
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Mike Koopman – 8th Grade Coordinator Rob Dolan -7th Grade Coordinator Kelly Bangasser – 6th Grade Coordinator Paul Hofslien – 5th Grade Coordinator Dave Quaintance – 4th Grade Coordinator Jeff Monson – 3rd Grade Coordinator Chris Dueffert – 1st/2nd Grade Flag Coordinator

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Matt Gegenheimer – PLHS Football Head Coach

Mike Koppang – Officials Coordinator Jon Kerkow – Equipment Coordinator Christine Wetherell – Web/Registration Coordinator

6th/7th/8th Grade Program

Traveling Leagues Goals & Objectives
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South West Metro League (SWML)
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Primary Goal: To play in a league that allows all players to compete regardless of skill set Play teams in South Metro area Other programs have seen success with parity leagues Players at all levels work together to improve skills All players will get same skills and drills practices All players will get same opportunity with PLHS coaches
PLAY will have 3-5 teams per grade depending on player and coach signup numbers 6th – 7/8 games/7th – 7/8 games/8th – 8/9 games Compete against other teams in SWML: Edina, Chaska, Chanhassen, Eden Prairie and Shakopee Parity league 20-25 players per team

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6th/7th/8th Grade Program
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Playing time goal is to play each player as much as possible for their position, size, and abilities to best develop the player P.L.A.Y. playing time minimums (Not a SWML rule):

Each Player will start at a position in either the first or second half (offense or defense). One exception is if they are alternating with another player running in plays. Each Player will play a minimum of 10 plays (special teams is included) This minimum may be reduced due to disciplinary actions, missing practice, and lack of effort. If there is reduction due these reasons the coach will discuss with player prior to the reduction. A player does NOT have to have an offensive and defensive position

6th/7th/8th Grade Program

Evaluations
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Laker Youth Camp –3rd-6th Grade Only

Evaluations are Aug 8, 2011 – Aug 17, 2011 Team selection announced on Aug 17, 2011 or by Aug 21st If players not available, will be assigned to team based on last season evaluations

Camp allows all players access to varsity coaches and drills Weather Contingency Program

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Aug 22, 2011, 5:30-7:00

Field location and times
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We have created weather contingency for this season We will advise weather contingency plan via PLAY Calendar 5th/6th practices at Ponds, starting 6:00 7th/8th practices at Ponds, starting at 6:15

Team Selection

Based on evaluations

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Each team divided evenly by skill sets
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Players are taught position specific drills Coaches take turns evaluating at drill stations Scrimmages used for additional evaluation
Lineman Offensive Backs – QB and RB Wide receivers Linebackers Defensive Backs


All coaches will provide evaluations as input into team selection process Traveling board and head coaches will review/finalize team selection

Youth Level Officiating


Rules/penalties
Differences from college/pro to high school Why some are called and some aren’t


Equipment

Required Optional


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Sportsmanship
It is hard to ask the kids to demonstrate this if we don’t! Communication


It’s about the Kids
Let’s make it a positive experience!

Code of Conduct
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Passion for the game? Keep it positive! Every one of these players are Lakers, and will play together some day We all need to help each other out Everyone as agreed to Code of Conduct through Registration process Zero tolerance – period! “Let the players play, the coaches coach and the parents cheer!”

PLAY and PLHS Varsity Programs – Working Together


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Total program – 1st through 12th grade Coach Gegenheimer is key member of PLAY football board PLAY follows Varsity techniques and schemes PLAY Night at Varsity Home game – Sept 1st, 2011 PLAY football featured at the Blue & Gold game

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Laker Spirit Wear Varsity players are involved with PLAY:
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Aug 24th, 5:30 Youth, 7:00 Varsity

2011 Laker Football Yearbook

3rd through 6th grade practices at PLHS Team Mentors

Important Dates
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Please watch, on a regular basis, the season calendar at the PLAY website – www.playinfo.org Coaches meetings – TBD as Needed: PLHS Football Shed Equipment Pickup – Aug 6th, 2011
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First practice (Full Pads) – Monday, Aug 8th, 2011 6th/7th/8th Grade Pictures – Aug 13th - (Tentative) Teams announced on Wednesday, Aug 17th, 2011 or by Aug 21st Practice for 6th grade at PLHS – Aug 22nd, 2011, 6:00-7:30 Blue/Gold Game/Scrimmages – Aug 24th, 2011 PLAY Youth Night – Sept 1st, 2011 PLAY Fest – Sept 10, 2011, come celebrate P.L.A.Y. P.L.A.Y. season ends on October 15th, 2011

Including new items to purchase – shoes, shirts, etc (Ponds) One day for pickup – 6th 10:30am-12:00pm at Ponds Football Shed 7th/8th grade 10:00am-12:00pm at PLHS Football Shed

Q&A

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