Spring 2015 - Registration is Now Closed

There are still spots available in the U6, U10, U12, U14 and U18 divisions.  Please call 443-684-0153 for more information.

All registered players should receive a phone call from their coach by March 15th.  If you do not hear from the coach by then or have any others questions, please contact your childs division manager (contact info is listed under the Contact Us/Board Members tab on the left hand side).

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Concussion Awareness

In August 2011, the Recreation and Parks Advisory Board endorsed a concussion policy as an addendum to the Community Standards Guidelines. Article 6 of the revised Standards now requires that at least two (2) administrators from each volunteer league complete concussion awareness training through the Center for Disease Control (CDC) at http://www.cdc.gov/concussion/HeadsUp/Training/HeadsUpConcussion.html.

The online course can be completed in 20-30 minutes. R&P is also requiring all youth sports organizations to provide information on their webpage pertaining to concussions. We have recently created a webpage on our website (see below) with links to the online training as well as fact sheets for parents, athletes, and coaches. It would be sufficient to provide a link to our webpage via your website.

http://www.stmarysmd.com/docs/concussionawarenessinyouthsports.pdf

Also, we highly encourage all coaches in your organization to complete the CDC Concussion Course to increase their knowledge of and sensitivity to the dangers of concussions. A concussion can have a long term health impact on a young athlete including loss of memory, diminished ability to learn, and even death.
 

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