Presentation on theme: "WELCOME BACK!!!!. CSBOA BOARD President Rick Bainer Vice President Jeff Felder Area Director Mark Van Gampleare Area Director Amy Frenz Assignor Bob Lantzy."— Presentation transcript:
CSBOA BOARD President Rick Bainer Vice President Jeff Felder Area Director Mark Van Gampleare Area Director Amy Frenz Assignor Bob Lantzy Secretary-Treasurer Shelly Rush Member at Large John Wyatt Rules Sultan Gary Montel
Thank You Past Board Member Area Director: Kevin Kizewski
THANKS MEMBERS CSBOA Jamfest $2700 raised Bob Lantzy Jamfest assigning Summer league support Attending camps Assignors…. Nice job with the draw
State Tournament Officials Steve Oswald Keith Woodfork Nick Lave Raymond Joe Tim Hutchins Katie Parker Drenda Manning John Carricato Mitch Bevans Andy Brooks Greg Davis Bob Lantzy Dan Manning Jeff Felder Steve Riker John Wyatt Rachel Martinez Mark VanGampleare Nels Jacobson Darrell Fields Rick Bainer
State Championship Games 3A Boys John Carricato 5A Girls Drenda Manning 5A Girls Katie Parker 5A Boys Andy Brooks
Secretary/Treasurer Shelly Rush Track attendance for all member of CSBOA. Members must attend at least 4 CSBOA meetings during the Nov-Dec period each year, at least 2 CSBOA meetings during the Jan-Feb period each year and a Board 4 sponsored State Clinic at least every other year. Collect Local Dues and track state dues payments to remain in good standing with the association. Any other duties assigned by the President
CSBOA Scholarships Alex Saks Steve Bourdeaux
Area Director Amy Frenz
Vice President Jeff Felder
Member at Large John Wyatt
Rules Sultan Gary Montel
Assignor Bob Lantzy
CSBOA Assigners Ray Lutz –Black Forest League (1-2A) –Karval (1A) –Canon City (4A) Bob Marken –Tri-Peaks League (3A) Bob Lantzy –Colorado Springs Metro League (4-5A) –Elizabeth (3A) –Pioneer League (3A) –All sub-varsity
Varsity Draw How it Works?
Official’s availabilities are compiled from 1 Dec 09 to 20 Feb 10. Each assigner in turn of seniority selects the number of officials needed to support their leagues. Ray Lutz—Black Forest League (1-2A), Canon City High School and Karval High School. Bob Marken-Tri-Peaks League (3A). Bob Lantzy-Colorado Springs Metro (4-5A), Elizabeth High School, the Pioneer League (3-4A) and other varsity opportunities. Selection process rotates amongst assigners and the number of picks may vary depending on the number of slots required for each day. The selection process takes approximately 6-7 hours to complete. Once the selection process is completed each assigner then assigns officials to specific games.
Publication of Assignments December Varsity Assignments will be published NLT 31 Oct 09. December Sub-Varsity Assignments will be published NLT 15 Nov 09. All January Assignments will be published NLT 20 Dec 09. All February Assignments will be published by 17Jan 10.
Assignments –Can change due to turn backs, cancellations, reschedules, other assignments and/or at the discretion of the assigners. Take advantage of every assignment! Keep your availability current. You never know who may be watching your game! Get evaluated early in the season
CSBOA Swing List Swing List –Officials are selected by the Assessment Committee. List is designed to give those officials an opportunity to be assigned a varsity level game when there is an opportunity. – Swing List Officials Shelly Anderson, Donald Bachicha, Jerry Boles, Joe Casias, Jennifer Castner, Dan Fiddler, Todd Frickell, Anthony Harrod, Rodney Hooks, Fares Jacquez, Dave Kahle, Clifford Mendes, Joe Moore, Junior Nardo, David Price, Tom Reynolds, Essic Whaley, Carey Whitfield and Richard Young.
Swing List Analysis NameRankTotal Game s Varsity Assignments 1-2A BFL 3A Tri- Peaks and Pioneer 4-5A CSML and Elizabeth Sub-Varsity Assignments Comments Anderson, Shelly (43%)74318Post Season Bachicha, Donald (13%)31132 Boles, Jerry (16%)60030 Casias, Joe (42%)121626Post Season Dabeet, Suha (60%)81812 Fiddler, Dan (51%)115419Post Season Gordy, Lance (57%) Gorman, Stacy (45%)681029Post Season Hooks, Rodney (41%)56320 Jacquez, Fares (36%)23721Post Season Kahle. Dave (20%)45034 Mendes, Clifford (38%)114431Post Season Moore, Joe (23%)54237Post Season Nardo, Junior (41%)74726Post Season Rickey, Mark (63%)851516Post Season Wansor, Dennis (55%)195624Post Season Whaley, Essic (25%)44332 Young, Richard (11%)31140
Opportunities/Challenges Karval High School –CSBOA to support BJV, GV and BV games. Assign four officials to support this program. Denver Metro League Games-Jim Dorsey 5 Kent Denver 19 Denver Christian 23 Kent Denver CSML Sub-Varsity Games –All games will be officiated with two officials. Miami Yoder –Will use two courts with three officials. GJV and Boys JV game will be played at the same time. Followed by the GV and BV games.
Expectations Keep your calendar in Arbiter updated. Be professional on and off the court. Be punctual to your assigned games. Dress Code: Business Casual –First impression is important as you represent CSBOA. Call your partner!
Evening with the Denver Nuggets January 13, :00 P.M. versus the Orlando Magic Cost: $55.00 VIP Club Level seats (Normally $67.00). 150 seats available $ rd Level Corner Balcony (Normally $27.00). 75 seats available. 25 kids will be selected to high-five the Nuggets players during pre-game. Meet in the Grand Atrium on the West side of Pepsi 6:15 PM. Winner will be contacted by Monday, Jan 11, 10. Officials will be able to sit courtside for the Nuggets and Magic pre-game warm-ups. Meet in the Grand Atrium on the West side of Pepsi Center at 5:00 P.M. Nugget organization will donate $5.00 per ticket to the CSBOA “Official vs. Cancer” fund. Chance to fellowship with your fellow officials!
Officials vs. Cancer Fund Drive January Officials are asked to donate 25% of their game fee. CSBOA donated $4725 last year and led the state in this fund raiser. Colorado officials donated $7968 and was ranked third in the nation behind Connecticut ($13,507) and New York ($13,236). The Colorado goal is $18,000. Please support as much as you can!
CSML Two Person Mechanics
CSML JV Two person mechanics Hurts officials development Limits opportunities for advancement No varsity officials working with crew Effects the safety and control of the game Step backwards for the game
Our Proposal The cost of a three official JV game $ The cost of a two official JV game $ Difference and cost to a school per game $ Reduce the travel stipend based on 8 officials $ Total cost to a school per game $ 8.50 Based on a 20 game home stand for BJV and GJV games, the total cost to a school would be $170.00
Board Decision The question becomes at what level do we support a league that does not support us? Scrimmages will be voluntary We will not have a scheduling committee as in the past Sign up and Show up
Proposal for third official on CSML JV games Proposal #1: Use current schedule and fees. Varsity game-three officials $49.00 $49.00 $49.00 (Includes mileage stipend) JV game-two officials $43.00 $43.00 (Includes mileage stipend) Freshmen game-two officials $43.00 $43.00 (Includes mileage stipend) Proposal #2: Take the $86.00 for the JV games and divide it equally amongst three officials. Varsity game-three officials $49.00 $49.00 $49.00 (Includes mileage stipend) JV game-two officials $28.67 $28.67 $28.67 (Includes mileage stipend) Freshmen game-two officials $43.00 $43.00 (Includes mileage stipend) Proposal #3: Eliminate the travel stipend from each level and apply the $14.00 to the JV game. Varsity game-three officials $47.00 $47.00 $47.00 JV game-two officials $32.00 $32.00 $32.00 Current Fee $35.50 $35.50 $35.50 Freshmen game-two officials $41.00 $41.00
Proposal#4: Deduct $8.00 per official from the Freshmen fees and apply the $16.00 to the JV games. Varsity game-three officials $49.00 $49.00 $49.00 (includes mileage stipend) JV game-three officials $34.00 $34.00 $34.00 (includes mileage stipend) Current Fee $37.50 $37.50 $37.50 Freshmen games-two officials $35.00 $35.00 (includes mileage stipend) Current Fee $43.00 $43.00