How to Report Scores and Postponements

How to Report Scores and Postponements

BULLETIN!

Any games postponed this weekend (April 9-10) will be allowed to reschedule on Saturday, April 16 if they are sent to the league office scheduling@lvysl.org by 12 noon Wednesday, April 13. All league and assignor fees will be waived.

Welcome to the 2022 Spring Season of the LVYSL!

Check out this link to find out how to report scores in the new GotSport system. You have 72 hours from the game time to report the score. It is the home team's responsibility to report the score, but if the visiting team notes the score has not been reported, they can report the score. The PIN number for reporting is 2022.

Any postponements of games must be CALLED in to referee assignor Hal Grahn at 610-706-0504 and you must follow up with an email to him at nocahoma9@verizon.net and to scheduling@lvysl.org.

 

All rescheduled date proposals must be sent to scheduling@lvysl.org within 72

hours of the postponement, and those dates must be at least 10 days from the date the games are submitted to the league unless we are in the final two weeks of the season.

 

Saturday rescheduling requests MUST BE for 5:00 p.m. or later. Sunday rescheduling requests MUST BE for before 11 a.m. OR after 5:00 p.m. 

 

ONLY send a rescheduling request (along with confirmation from the opponent) AFTER it has been agreed upon. 

DO NOT include scheduling@lvyal.org in the back-and-forth emails.

Game rescheduling request must be submitted in the following format or they will not be considered.

  • Team Requesting & Reason: 
  • Game #:
  • Original Date:
  • Division and Gender: 
  • Home Team: 
  • Away Team: 
  •  New Date and Time: 
  • Field: 

Rescheduling for weekdays is encouraged.

 

This is another reminder that the COVID-19 restrictions are no longer in place.

 

Teams and coaches should be one one side of the field, and their fans, parents, etc on the opposite touchline, across from their teams with a 20-yard buffer (equal to the width of the center circle) between fans and teams.