Senior Division 2021

-There will be 4 10 minute quarters

-Clock will run following high school rules

-Visiting teams will be responsible for chain gang duties

-If a team is ahead by 28 points after half, the second half will be played with a running clock

 

-Clock at all games must be run by a competent person.

-There is a 115 lb. weight limit for all ball carriers.  Anyone over that limit is lack striped. This same weight limit applies to all defensive backs and linebackers.  If a black striped player is in possession of the football due to an interception or fumble recovery, the ball/play is at that point ruled dead and down where the turnover occurred.
 

-There will be one (1) weigh-in per player prior to the first game.  Players may not re-weigh at any other point during the season.  A coach from an opposing team must be present when your team has weigh-ins.   The player will play the entire season under the current rules at the weight they weighed in at before the first game of the season.
 

All teams on 4th down must declare whether they will punt the ball or go for it.
 

-There will be no rushing punts, field goals, and extra point kicks.
 

-Teams must declare which point after touchdown (PAT) they will be attempting.  PAT’s are as follows: 2 points for successful kicks and 1 point for running or passing.  These PATs will be placed at the 3 yard line.
 

-On Offense, all high school rule formations are allowed.
 

-No crack-backs or chop-blocks allowed.
 

-Defense can line up in a 3, 4, 5, or 6 man front.
 

-Linebackers and defensive backs must start at 5 yards from line of scrimmage (except for goal line situations – ball 5 yard line or closer LBs and DBs can be at 3 yards), but can come forward at the snap of the ball.
 

Interior defensive lineman must line up head up with an offensive lineman.

 

-Defensive ends are allowed to line up outside of the tight ends (2 yard maximum).

-Coaches are not allowed on the field during play.

                                       

 


-There will be (4) 10 minute quarters

-Clock will run like High School

-Visiting Team will be responsible for the chain gang duties.

-If a team is ahead by 28 points after half, the second half will be played with a running clock

-Clock at all games must be run by a competent person.

-There is a 100 lb. weight limit for all ball carriers.  Anyone over that limit is black striped.  This same weight limit applies to all defensive backs and linebackers.  If a black striped player is in possession of the football due to an interception or fumble recovery, the ball/play is at that point ruled dead and down where the turnover occurred.

-There will be one (1) weigh-in per player prior to the first game.  Players may not re-weigh at any other point during the season.  The player will play the entire season under the current rules at the weight they weighed in at before the first game of the season.  A league representative or coach from another team must be present during the weigh-

-Kickoffs cannot be re-covered by the kicking team after traveling 10 yards.  However, after kickoff, if the ball is controlled and a football play is made by the receiving team and then fumbles, the ball is live and can be recovered by the kicking team. Kicking teams must line up evenly and not in a stacked onside kick formation.

-All teams on 4th down must declare whether they will punt the ball or go for it.

-There will be no rushing punts, field goals, and extra point kicks.

-Teams must declare which point after touchdown (PAT) they will be attempting.  PAT’s are as follows: 2 points for successful kicks and 1 point for running or passing.  These PATs will be placed at the 3 yard line.

-On Offense, all high school rule formations are allowed.

-No crack-backs or chop-blocks allowed.

-Defense can line up in a 3, 4, 5, or 6 man front.

 

-If a nose tackle is present, he/she cannot make contact with the center until head of the center is in the up and forward position.

-Linebackers and defensive backs must start at 5 yards from line of scrimmage (except for goal line situations- ball 5 yard line or closer LBs and DBs can be at 3 yds), but can come forward at the snap of the ball.

-Interior defensive lineman must line up head up with an offensive lineman.

-Defensive ends are allowed to line up outside of the furthest offensive lineman at no

-Only 1 coach from each team will be allowed on the field at any given time while teams are playing.  (Timeouts, injuries, and intermission time does not apply)

Junior Division 2021