MINUTES OF MASO EXECUTIVE BD NOVEMBER 15, 2020 Attending were: Central Eastern Northern Downeast Jeremy Stanford Lee’Ann Delcourt Dom Rossignol Don Beal Nick Murray Wil Hasselmann Harold Clark Western South Central Acadia Midcoast Tim Warrow Don Plourde Otis Kneeland Sam Chard Mark Ouellette Steve Johnson MPA Liaison MASO President Director of Referee Development Brad Fogg Brad Lunt
Brad Lunt opened the meeting
Secretary’s minutes of the October 20, 2020 minutes were accepted
The Treasurer’s report showing $1482.28 was accepted
MPA Liasion Report
Brad Fogg reported that MPA Soccer Committee met in October to review the season to date. No significant issues or concerns were reported. There were no reports of issues of players not keeping their mouth pieces in their mouth, knowing if they were removed, they would have to leave the field to sanitize them before re-entering. It was queried that if they could leave their mouthpieces in during games in the pandemic, why couldn’t they leave them in when there was no illness?
The Committee is reviewing the various school classifications. This is attributed to some changes in student enrollments which may change their current classifications. A fifth classification is being discussed but not being proposed now.
The Committee reviewed a copy of a “letter of Resignation” originally sent to WMBASO. The letter expressed concerns that WMBASO and MASO had established the black grid jersey as the “alternate” jersey; and that he did not find that acceptable, especially during the current times. I notified that it was MASO’S policy that referees could wear whatever jersey they desired if all were dressed the same way and the MASO’s default jersey was gold grid. It was also mentioned that baseball umpires are wearing black. The issue was dropped.
The All Sports Officials’ Advisory Board met on November 9, 2020. At this meeting, the following topics were discussed, some issues common to all sports:
· Covid-19 Update on all winter sports
· Travel and Mileage issue that originated in the Aroostook League – Soccer Travel which was resolved prior to the season. There was also a concern with Officials working for a Board out of their area and school’s paying travel and mileage.
· Negotiations will begin in 2021. The Fee Factor is a question for upcoming negotiations. Negotiations for the 2021 process will contain information regarding impacts on school budgets and the following discussion points; fee factors and how they are determined, selection of assignors, 3-person fee, rider fee, the fee schedule
· Dragonfly update and issues, Field Hockey and Soccer are full users, other sports are not.
Michael Pullen needs to be added to the distribution list
Is Bob Stedt being copied asked Tim? Yes was the reply
Motion to accept Brad’s report was seconded and passed.
Charlie Brown is recuperating from a bad knee injury and was welcomed in.
Rules Interpretations- Because of COVID causing a shortened season, there were few rule clarification requests directed to Charlie. Big complaints centered around schools not doing their part to enforce the COVID protocols, i.e. sanitizing the balls during the breaks, players were not washing hands. Referee complained to Charlie that there was no one from the school there to enforce it. He reported it to the MPA, saying is it not our problem; we are not the COVID police. If you want to have our referees be there, we need to have the school support in enforcing your rules.
Training Charlie will assemble his committee in the off-season to determine needs and go from there. He hopes that everyone agrees that the committee working on training needs has been much more efficient than a single person doing the work. He expressed his gratitude to Stephen Peats, Brad Fogg, and Michael Pullen for the energy and expertise they have brought to the process. Charlie hopes for a more normal season next year, which brought a chuckle to the Zoomers, and he looks forward to being able to move ahead with the advanced training as well as the assessor training. There was a great start to advanced training in the fall before COVID intervened, and then when the MPA announced that there would be no playoffs or championships at the season’s end, the pressure was off to get the job done this fall. The officials were having fun just officiating and the coaches told Charlie they were just glad to be out there having at least some semblance of a season. Not as much screaming and yelling as has been the custom in seasons past.
Brad Lunt added his appreciation for the committee’s work. We have made some good strides in the area of the state where we were able to work.
Motion to accept Charlie’s report was seconded and passed.
Brad Fogg and Alex Plourde have spent a great deal of time and effort updating our Bylaws and Constitution.
In his opening statement Alex acknowledged the fine work Brad Fogg had done to clean up some spelling and grammar errors in the document, but he also added three new sections relating to duties of the MASO Executive Board relating to appointing the State Rules Interpreter, the State Tournament Games Assignor and indicating that they can be removed from their position for cause. That provision was not in the previous version of the Bylaws.
Le’Ann said she thought the updates were great.
Article 4 of the Constitution (Officers and Executive Board Members) defines the roles of the President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer.
Article 6 of the Constitution (Amendments) expands the explanation of how and when amendments to the Constitution and By-Laws can be made.
It was moved and seconded to accept the changes to the Constitution unanimously.
Moved and seconded we accept new bylaws
A new section 4 was added to Article Three of the ByLawa (Duties of the Executive Committee). Section 4 (Appoint the following positions) and references the State Rules Interpreter, the State Tournament Games Assignor, and Liaison to the Maine Principal’s Association.
In the discussion of this new section the group was unanimous that there was a need for job descriptions of each of these roles so that we can evaluate them at the end of two years. Brad Lunt suggested the Constitution and Bylaws committee help organize job descriptions for each of these roles. You can’t evaluate if you don’t have standards already in place against which to evaluate job performance. Tim Warrow suggested that a separate document be created that will spell out the job description and the evaluation creation for each of these positions, a document that will reference specific position.
Bylaws passed 11-1
New Grievance Policy
In the third bulletpoint down (“You must submit certified copies of your original grievance”) the word “certified” was replaced with “notorized”
The new grievance policy passed unanimously.
Due to lateness of the hour, unfinished business was put off until the nexr meeting.
March 7 6:00 PM
MINUTES of the MASO ZOOM Meeting September 20, 2020 9:00 AM Attending were: Central Eastern Northern Downeast Jeremy Stanford Lee’Ann Delcourt Dom Rossignol Don Beal Nick Murray Wil Hasselmann Harold Clark Western South Central Acadia Midcoast Tim Warrow Don Plourde Otis Kneeland Sam Chard Mark Ouellette Steve Johnson MPA Liaison MASO President Director of Referee Development Brad Fogg Brad Lunt Charlie Brown
There was confusion as to the opening time of today’s meeting. Brad’s invitation said 9:00 AM and Steve’s e-mail notice said 10:00 AM. Once the error in Steve’s e-mail to the Executive Committee was discovered, Steve sent another e-mail to everyone identifying the confusion, and asking everyone who had not yet done so to jump on the meeting ASAP. Having said that:
Brad Lunt opened the meeting at 9:40. He apologized for the confusion over the starting time and indicated that, as Executive Committee members jumped on to the meeting, he would circle back and give the newcomers a sense of what they had missed since the opening of the meeting at 9:40 AM. He welcomed the new member of the Executive Committee from the Northern Maine Board, Dom Rossignol.
Secretary’s Report The 5/31/20 report had been emailed to the Executive Committee last night, but Steve read it anyway in case people had not had time to catch that e-mail. Following its reading, the Secretary’s report was approved.
Treasurer’s Roport In response to a request from the Executive Committee at the May meeting, the format of the Treasurer’s report this month was altered to provide more comprehensive information about the budget, how much of the budget had been expended, how much was still encumbered and what bills remained to be paid before the end of the year. The September Treasurer’s report was also emailed to the Executive Committee yesterday afternoon, but Brad displayed the Treasurer’s report on screen while Steve walked the Executive Committee through the new format. The Treasurer’s report shows a balance of $1482.82 with only $600.00 of expenses remaining this year. The Treasurer’s report was approved.
In view of the surplus this late in the year. Steve made the following motion. Steve’s motion “Dues for 2020 be frozen and dues for 2021 be billed at $6.00 per official on January 2, 2021 to be paid by April 1, 2021.” Brad Fogg suggested replacing the word “frozen” with “not assessed”. The new motion reads “Dues for 2020 not be assessed and dues for 2021 be billed at $6.00 per official on January 2, 2021 to be paid by April 1, 2021.” The amended motion passed.
Brad Lunt interjected that the 2020 Bob White award was presented to Denny Harmon on August15. Brad still has the award for the last Bob White Award winner making arrangements to get that award to him.
MPA Report In June, the MPA made recommendations to Sports Medicine Committee about the accommodations the MPA could make to allow the playing of soccer to happen.
Those recommendations received the full support of the Sports Medicine Committee and they were sent to the Governor’s office. Governor’s office made some changes, including a stipulation that all officials must wear masks. Stephen Peats and Brad Fogg in a conversation with Mike Bisson and Mike Burnham were told in no uncertain terms that Jeanne Lambrew, Commissioner of the Department of Human Services had said that if we were going to have fall sports, the officials would wear masks. There was no bargaining involved. It was going to be masks and sports or no masks and no sports. Other changes are that throw-ins can take place anywhere on the field, At the time of the throw in, there can be five offensive players and five defensive players plus the goalkeeper in the box. If there are more people than that in the box on a kick or throw-in, there will be a re-kick or a re-throw. The Commissioner of Human Services is not willing to negotiate any change in the mask requirement policy. Brad has posted the changes in rules on the MASORef.com website. Moved and seconded to accept report.
Training Report 70 referees attend first two sessions, a third session was put off after news of no tournament games broke. Charlie thought the best thing that came out of the ZOOM meetings was the cross fertilization that took place between officials from all over the state. Charlie commended the work of Brad Fogg, Stephen Peats, and Michael Pullen of the Training Committee. Michael is quite the educator and did a stellar job of coordinating COVID-19 training through a ZOOM meeting with the joint board of Western Maine and Central Maine, two of the largest boards in the state. That video can be found under the Breaking News section on MASORef. Com and is well worth watching.
We have 6 referees requesting advancement to Class 1 status, and now that we know we will have some sort of season, Charlie will reach out to them and their boards to see how he can make it happen before the season begins.
A document clarifying five defensive players and the defensive goal keeper in the box along with the five offensive players will soon be posted on MASORef.com
Constitution and By-laws
Brad Fogg and Alex Pleau covered the salient features of the suggested changes to the Constitution and Bylaws and encouraged anyone to wants to modify what he and Alex Pleau have proposed as amendments we will vote on in November to get those suggestions to Brad by October 16 or they will have to wait a year.
Tim, Lee’Ann, and Wil made some excellent suggestion how MASO could better expand its communication with the State Tournament Referee Assignor in order to widen the circle of available referee candidates and to make the selection process more inclusive. Charlie Brown pointed out that in the last few seasons the previous drivers of referee selection for Regional and State Referees have been diminished and replaced by more inclusive selection criteria.
Brad Lunt noted that as we refine advanced our referee programs, many of the problems that have articulated today. will begin to go away.
Before closing the meeting, Brad thanked everyone on call with special kudos to the Training Committee of Charlie Brown, Stephen Peats, Brad Fogg, and Michael Pullen, the Constitution Committee of Alex Pleau and Brad Lunt and the MASO Secretary, Steve Johnson for their work over the summer.
Next MASO meeting Nov 8 , 2020, 6:00 – 8:00.
Official MINUTES of the MASO ZOOM Meeting May 31, 2020 10:00 AM Attending were: Central Eastern Northern Downeast Jeremy Stanford Lee’Ann Delcourt Dan Girard Nick Murray 8 Western South Central Acadia Midcoast Tim Warrow Alex Pleau Otis Kneeland Stephen Peats Mark Ouellette Don Plourde Steve Johnson Sam Chard MPA Liaison MASO President Director of Referee Development Brad Fogg Brad Lunt
Dennis Crowe, MPATechnology Liaison,
Brad Lunt opened the meeting at 10:01.
He welcomed Dennis Crowe, Sec’y Treasurer and Assignor for the Western Maine Board, and Technology to give us an overview of the NFHS new Center for Official Services, powered by Dragonfly. Dragonfly is a software platform looking to do a lot of things for the NFHS.; allows officials to take NHHS exams on line, .allow for officials to register, allow for athletic directors to input their schedules, allow athletic directors to interact with their schedules on line. The NFHS is paying 100% for all services to it members , no matter what any official does in Maine, what any Board does in Maine, whatever the Maine Principals’ Association does, everything is 100% free. It is not like a late night caller promising you a free product. This is genuinely free.
From an official’s point of view, the MPA wants every official in the state in all sports to register with Dragonfly. It is no cost, you go in and enter your demographic information, you do it once and it will transfer over to all the sports that you officiate.
The reason that all the services are free is that in previous years, the NFHS had been paying upwards to $400,000 yearly to Arbiter, and now that the NFHS is switching over to Dragonfly, they will divert the money that previously gone to Arbiter to fund Dragonfly.
With the switch to Dragonfly, an additional burden will be placed on board secretaries to keep track of what officials have yet to register, because Bob White will no longer be sending NFHS registration fees to the NFHS. This year the secretaries will send the registration fees they have already collected from their officials to the NFHS, but it will be the responsibility of all officials to go on line and register as a member of their local board. Instructions for how to do that will be forwarded to local secretaries for promulgation to their officials once Dragonfly has finished preparing those instructions. If we run into difficulty during this transition, Dennis will be able to point to the person with the solution.
Brad Lunt thanked Dennis for taking 45 minutes to share with MASO how we will interact with Dragonfly and how Dragonfly will make life easier for us as sports officials.
Secretary’s Report of the 11/10/19 meeting was accepted.
The Treasurer’s Report was accepted along with a request than it contain more information about how our YTD income compares with budget expectations, and how the outstanding bills compare with the current balance and projected income.
Communications and Bills
MPA Liaison Report
The MPA decided to postpone action on travel and rider fees.
No Soccer Committee meeting before the of May.
Referee Development Committee
Charlie has been extremely busy as a school superintendent as the district makes plans for what the instruction plans will look like given the demands placed on it by the COVID-19 pandemic. From the old minutes, July and August were the target months for the proposed training. Brad Fogg reminded us that the MPA is not happy with the quality of refereeing and game control over the past few years and that we need to keep moving forward with our plans for assessments and interpretations with ZOOM sessions. Because it is so crucial that we are at our best during the tournament weeks this fall, the Advanced Referee cadre must be in top form to successfully pass the new Advanced Referee Training agility test. Is tougher than the existing one, but which must be passed in order to be considered for membership in the Advanced Referee cadre.
Stephen Peats shared information on the Advanced Training program he and his team have been working on during the winter and spring months.
Brad Fogg noted that there are free tests from the NFHS which are on line that we must take. He will get the information out to us.
Alex Pleau have been working on Constitution and Bylaw changes which they will share with us at the September meeting for discussion purposes. We will vote on the amendments at the annual meeting in November. Featured in the changes will be a discrimination policy, because it is required by law and we don’t discriminate.
There being no further business to come before the group today, Brad thanked everyone for their hard work since last November and announced out next meeting will be a ZOOM meeting on Sunday, September 10, 2020 at 10:00 AM. He will send out an invitation to that meeting in the week before the meeting.
Official MINUTES of the MASO Meeting held August 11, 2019 at the Bangor Parks and Recreation Department, Bangor, Maine Attending were: Central Eastern Northern Downeast Jeff Gray Larry Seaney Jana Shaw Harold Clark Nick Murray Don Beal Western South Central Acadia Midcoast Mark Ouellette Don Plourde Steve Johnson Ken Brillant MPA Liaison MASO President Director of Referee Development
Brad Fogg Brad Lunt excused absence
Mark Byron, Central Maine Soccer Officials Association President
Dave Tourtelotte, CMSOA Assignor
Richard McGovern, CMSOA Secretary/Treasurer
President Brad Lunt welcomed everyone, including our guests, Mark Byron, president of the Central Maine Soccer Officials Association, Dave Tourtelotte, Assigner, CMSOA and Richard McGovern, Secretary/Treasure, CMSOA
Brad Lunt explained the reason for this emergency meeting was to make a decision as to whether or not the Central Maine Soccer Officials Board is in good standing given that its annual MASO due are in arrears for the 2018 season. To date, they have not made a payment for the 2018 season nor the upcoming 2019 season.
Brad Lunt announced he was recusing himself from the discussion because of the conflict of interest he has, being the president of MASO while at the same time, being a member of CM Board
Mark Byron questioned what is quorum. His opinion was that it was 51% of the 18 members of MASO.
Ken Brilliant replied that not all Boards have filled their allotted two slots on the MASO Executive Committee, so MASO considers a quorum to be 51% of the elected representatives to the Executive Committee
Mark Byron wanted to be sure that today’s meeting was not a grievance hearing. He said he was told it would be a chance to present the CMSOA’s case for not paying 2018 assessment.. That having been said, he went on with his presentation. Mark noted that four individuals, including Ken Osborne, Ken Roberts, and Rod Spearing had put MASO together and asked Dave Tourtelotte to share the conversation he had had with Rod Spearing, one of the founders.
Ken Osborne, Ken Roberts, 2 other started MASO
Dave Tourtelotte said Rod Spearing told him the purpose of MASO was to facilitate soccer in Maine, nothing more.
Mark Byron said boards formed before MASO formed. Bud Hinckley Jerrry Nault, MASO has no charter. Without a charter, MASO has no standing to ask for dues. Local boards raise money for own needs. DE board has needs different from WM
Motion CM will pay $150 to maintain good standing with MASO and will meet with MASO and will report back to MASO on the following questions by August 29.The questions that will be covered are 1) Dues restructuring for 2018 and 2)What dues of the 2019 assessment it will pay.
Ken Brillant seconded the motion
Pass with a 9-0 vote, no abstentions
Official MINUTES of the MASO Annual Meeting held September 8,2018 at the Bangor Parks and Recreation Department, Bangor, Maine Attending were: Central Eastern Northern Downeast Jeff Gray Larry Seaney Harold Clark Nick Murray Wil Hasselmann Don Beal 8 Western South Central Acadia Midcoast Tim Warrow Nick Henry Ken Brilliant Mark Ouellette Steve Johnson MPA Liaison MASO President Director of Referee Development Brad Fogg Brad Lunt Secretary Steve Johnson took the roll and verified the attendance by reading the initialed sign in sheet/ President Brad Lunt called the meeting to order at 9:05 AM and welcomed the members of the Executive Committee. He shared his positive impressions of the several interpretation meetings he attended during August and reiterated his desire that at the end of the day we get our best high school referees in Maine on the pitch for the Regional and State finals. The tone for making sure we are doing this is set at the August meetings when the presenters share with the Local Boards any new rules, points of emphasis, and other items that will help the officials stay at the top of their game. Secretary’s Report. The minutes of the May 20, 2018 meeting were accepted Treasurer’s Report The Treasurer’s report, showing a balance of $2763.41 in the bank was accepted. Communications and Bills: Brad Lunt read a letter sent to him by the father of a soccer player severely injured last year during an incident where the father maintained that the injury was intentionally inflicted. No card was awarded to the perpetrator, and the player was subject to two surgeries after the incident to attempt to correct the problem. Because of the injury, this athlete had to forego her winter ski season, where she was a skimeister. Brad wrote back to the father, expressing his sorrow for the incident having even happened and that as a body, MASO has strong support for the laws of the game and player safety. Brad reminded us that we cannot always measure intent, but that we do need to keep focused on the action in front of us. Brad’s message to the Executive Committee was that there is a perception statewide that soccer is getting out of control, a fact we need to keep in the forefront of our minds as we referee our games. Tim Warrow pointed out that we can always be sued. One of his lawyer friends counseled him that the best protection referees can surround themselves with is to get in shape, stay in shape and know the rules cold. Brad Lunt added to that the reminder that we should always pay attention to players that have been hit to see if they go to their head. That is a warning sign that should not be ignored. Brad Lunt reminded all Executive Committee members that if they needed player safety training that they should contact him to get it set up. Committee Reports MPA Liaison Report; Brad Fogg. Brad covered several topics, highlights of which are listed here;
Attachment 1, Report of the MASO Liaison
Report of the MASO Liaison
on July 10, 2018 I met with the Main Principal’s Association Soccer Committee. Highlights of that meeting follow:
City of Bath Maine confirms that they will host the Class A and D soccer championships and 2018.
· Hyde School girls’ varsity soccer will be in Class D South with an enrollment of 174
· the Maine Soccer Coaches Association forwarded a question regarding the switch of home and away jersey colors. Several other schools also submitted inquiries on uniform requirements for 2018.
· Winthrop high school has been granted an uniform waiver for 2018
· Morse High School submitted a request regarding facemasks and soccer. Running from the rulebook was forwarded to Morse High School read
· the A. R. Gould school will not have a soccer team for 2018
· the Highview Christian Academy will not offer soccer in 2018
· the cooperative team application for Schenck/Stearns was unanimously approved
· the cooperative team application for Wiscasset/Boothbay boys was unanimously approved
The MPA soccer committee will explore reducing to seven players for a tiebreaker instead of a shootout.
The officials report to the M PA:
· MASO establish the qualifications for 2018 state games will be the same as 2017. MASO will for the responsibilities of the fourth officials’ duties to the MPA. Post-game assessments will continue in tournament play for 2018.
· MASO will explore playoff officials needing to have assessments to be eligible for state championship games starting in 2019.
· Officials are exploring and examining the current physical fitness requirements for class one officials.
· Officials are looking at making a recommendation to the officials advisory committee about recruitment of officials. (Note: the recent MPA radio ads aimed at recruiting officials resulted in 19 inquiries to the MPA, three of which were directed at soccer officiating. Those names were passed on to various boards where the applicant lived.)
May 22, 2018
The Officials Advisory Committee met at the MPA office. There were two major topics of discussion at this meeting: 1) recruitment of new officials; 2) conflict of interest.
There are several suggestions from the advisory group for possible recruitment of new officials:
· radio ads geared specifically to main
· work directly with schools ask each school to recommend at least one potential official
· work with schools to provide an elective course on officiating
· work with the sports management programs at Maine colleges to recruit officials
· rolling memberships-can boards adjust your timeline to allow officials to join at any point during the year?
· Target high school athletes-provide opportunities for high school students to officiate at the youth level
· posters-can recruitment posters be designed and provided to all high schools and colleges?
· Recruitment tables-provider recruitment table at all championships
· online training-Can an online training program be developed so the person can participate at any time
· Junior program-develop a program where veteran officials mentor young officials
· un-sporting behavior-develop a tool to address the abuse of officials by parents and coaches
· media opportunities
· recruit veteran officials from other sports and boards
· financial incentive-provide some type of financial incentive for the first year officials or for officials that recruit new members
CONFLICT of INTEREST
the advisory committee reviewed and discussed a draft conflict of interest statement that was developed previously (Larry La Rochelle) after discussion, it was determined that each sport should have a discussion about the topic and bring feedback to the next meeting. Wondering if other states have conflict of interest statements or policies that we may use as a guide.
BACKGROUND CHECKS and FINGERPRINTING: the committee asked of the meeting be set up with the Department of Education to discuss a number of questions:
1) what would cause a person not to receive C HRC certification?
2) how would a board know if a person’s CHRC is revoked (currently the DOE sends a notice to the M PA who then notifies the local board secretary)
3) develop a short explanation of the process for each port use with their membership.
OFFICIALS FEES: clarification consistency is needed for the following topics
· Rider fees
· JV game fees (not full games) after a varsity game
· mileage-payment from where you live or work
· middle school games and fees
the next advisory committee meeting is scheduled for Monday, October 1, 2018
Bradley Fogg, MPA liaisonAttachment #2a, MASO Director of Referee Development Report
MASO Director of Referee Development Report
MASO/MPA State Meetings
· Meetings were held at 7 boards
· 3 meetings presented by Wil Hasselman, 2 by myself, 1 by myself & Jeff Davis, and 1 by the board itself due to scheduling
· No meeting at Downeast due to scheduling
· This year’s meeting presented the following topics:
NFHS Points of Emphasis
MASO/MPA Update (card reporting, Class I clarification, Playoff qualification
Fouls & Misconduct Clinic
· Online exam became available August 1
· Some boards did not relay information until mid August to members
· Qualification for playoffs ended Sept. 1 for testing
· Latest NFHS exam results just came in at time of this report... 256 attempts. More detailed report will be forthcoming.
· Version I was available Aug. 1-Sept 1, Version II is available Sept 5-June 1
· Suggestion - discontinue the MASO Maine Specific Questions as the MPA bulletin has been consistent for several years and it is a challenge to develop 50 questions from that.
· Question from some boards about changing the fitness test as college & ussf have gone to track components rather than the grass test.
· Some boards aren’t administering fitness test until late September..do we need a
deadline like the online exam?
· Clinic to be held December 8th or 9th at Mt. View HS
· Refresher and new assessor Clinics:
· 3 person training held at Cony Play Day in August
o 7 referees attended from various boards
o Stephen Peats assisted with the training
o Clinic component reviewing field position, duties, and mechanics
o Field component - each participant worked games as referee and AR
Feedback provided post-game and then a whole group debrief conducted
at the end
· Would like to develop referee training clinics for the off season?
· Focus on game analysis - fouls recognition, player management, field positioning, etc
MASO Referee Development Committee:
· Still in progress of gathering members
· Attempting to get a cross representation of boards (as feasible)
· Attempting to get a cross representation of associations (USSF, College, NFHS)
· Currently: Wil Hasselman, Jeff Davis, Stephen Peats are assisting as needed
· Goal is to have full complement of team by November with roles & responsibilities defined
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