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2003 Player Manual

Seaholm Football

Player Manual

 

Things we as a team need to be successful:

 

  • Be in great football shape.
  • The ability to execute
    • Attendance in 2nd semester Football Tech.
    • Attendance at summer passing leagues and academies
    • 100% participation at summer team camp
  • Team Play
  • Attention to detail

 

Team Rules and Expectations

 

Expectation: Players are to follow the substance abuse contract.

 

Consequences: Player violates the substance abuse contract.

  • 1st offense
    • Player suspended for one game
    • Player loses standing on the depth chart
    • A Meeting must take place between the player, parents and Mr. Rozema
    • Player subject to lackey duty

 

  • 2nd offense
    • Dismissal from the team

 

Expectation: Player is expected to attend every in-season practice on time.

 

Consequences: Player misses a practice and is unexcused.

  • 1st offense
    • Player will not start in the next game.
    • Player will lose playing time
    • Player subject to lackey duty
  • 2nd Offense
    • Player suspended for one game
    • Player subject to lackey duty
  • 3rd offense      
    • Player dismissed from the team

 

Please Note: Detentions will be treated the same as an unexcused absence or tardy.

 

Consequence: Player comes late to a practice:

  • 1st offense
    • Player subject to lackey duty

 

  • Multiple violations
    • Player will stiffer consequences as tardies persist
    • Player subject to game suspensions
    • Player subject to dismissal from team

 

Expectation: Players are to be positive and respectful to teammates, coaches, opponents, referees, spectators and parents.

 

Consequences: Player is disrespectful, attempts to injure or performs any action detrimental to the team.

  • Player subject to penalties including suspension and dismissal from the team.

 

Note: Actions deemed detrimental to the team:

  • Cheap Shots, swearing, put downs, throwing equipment, insubordination, fighting, talking back, taunting, etc.

 

Expectation: Player is expected to strive to achieve in the classroom.

  • Markers of Achievement
    • Attends class
    • Is on time to class
    • Participates in class
    • Maintains proper grades.

 

Consequences: Player does not achieve in the classroom.

  • Mandatory S & T Block study table
  • Study table during practice
  • Misses games and practice to study

 

Player expectations;

 

Priorities:          1. Family

                        2. School

                        3. Football

 

Off-Season:

 

Players are expected to prepare themselves to be a member of a Championship team.

 

Specifics:

  • Player is involved with an intense year round strength training program
  • Player participates in other sports
  • Player attends 2nd semester Football Tech
  • Skilled position players attend summer passing leagues
  • 100% team participation in team camp

 

 

In-Season

Players are expected to perform at a Championship level.

 

Specifics

  • Attend every practice on time
  • Be an unselfish team player
  • Be coachable
  • Be a positive force
  • Strives to excel

 

Rules of the locker room:

  • Do not bring valuables into the locker room
  • Lock your locker
  • Put all of your equipment into your locker
  • Keep the locker room clean
  • Watch your teammates back
  • Be a positive force
  • Equipment must be removed and turned in the Monday after the final game. Locks are cut and equipment is removed that Tuesday.

 

Player equipment and dress

Practice

  • Pads, helmet and mouth guard
  • Practice jersey

Game Day

  • School Day
    • Dress shirt, tie, dress pants, dress socks and dress shoes. This sets the tempo for the game. We are a first class organization.
  • Game:
    • Game Jersey is clean and in great shape
    • Everyone is dresses the same.
    • No shoe tape unless for injury
      • Home:
        • Maroon Jersey, White Pants, Maroon Belt, High White Socks Team or Black Shoes.
      • Away
        • White Jersey, Maroon Pants, White Belt, High White Socks. Team or Black Shoes

Field Day Policy:

        You are encouraged to participate.

        Field events can be restricted for injured players.

 

Ripped Fuel and Ultimate Orange are not allowed in your locker room.

Contact Bob Carleton @ BCLC28@yahoo.com