CITY OF LOS ALTOS
RECREATION & COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT
DATE: January 16, 2020
TO: Adult Basketball Team Managers
FROM: Candace Avina, Recreation Coordinator
cavina@losaltosca.gov, tel: (650) 947-2890, fax: (650) 947-2738
SUBJECT: BASKETBALL LEAGUE SPRING 2020
The City of Los Altos Recreation & Community Services Department is pleased to offer a Spring season Monday Night
18+/Recreation Adult Basketball League.
LEAGUE DETAILS:
Important dates for each league are as follows:
Team
Registration
begins
League
Scorekeeper
Training and
Managers
Meeting
League Play
Begins:
Playoffs for
top 4 teams:
Championship
Game:
Thursday
January 16
Monday
Night 18+
Monday
February 17
Monday
March 2
Tentatively
May 18
Tentatively
May 18
All games will be played at the Egan Junior High School Gymnasium, 100 W Portola Avenue, Los Altos.
Tip offs will be at 7:10 PM, 8:05 PM and 9:00 PM.
Guaranteed 10 Game Regular Season Schedule and Top 4 Playoffs.
No games on Monday, April 6, 2020 due to gym maintenance.
The Los Altos Basketball League follows the 2019-2020 National Federation of State High School Associations’
(NFHS) Basketball Rules and is governed by the Sports Association of Northern California Recreation
Agencies’ (S.A.N.C.R.A.) Code of Conduct.
REGISTRATION INFORMATION: (#430920)
Walk-In Registration only to Los Altos Recreation and Community Services Office
(400 University Avenue, Los Altos, CA 94022)
*Monday - Friday*
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
*Friday (Closed every other Friday for a “Defined 9/80” schedule.) -
Go to-> www.losaltosca.gov/calendar for Friday closures.
Team entry fee is $775.00 per team.
o A resident is an individual who lives within the Los Altos city limits.
o Payments by credit card or check are accepted. Make checks payable to the, "City of Los Altos”.
Time and Score keepers
o Each team must have two City of Los Altos registered volunteers who will commit to set-up or take
down, keep the Score and Time Clock each game night throughout the season.
o These volunteers need to work with each other to fill vacancies as they arise.
o Team Registration will be considered tentative until both volunteers have cleared fingerprints and
background check.
o Volunteer application and information may be found online at
https://www.volgistics.com/ex/portal.dll/ap?AP=1788287255&OR=1 or attached.
Limited space, first come first serve registration begins Thursday, January 16, 2020
o Due at time of registration
Full payment
2 completed volunteer applications for time and score keepers
Volunteer application and information may be found online at
https://www.volgistics.com/ex/portal.dll/ap?AP=1788287255&OR=1 or attached.
Team Roster including first and last name, phone number, email and birthdate.
Confirmed Team Registration (Team registration will be complete once…)
o All players register with the City of Los Altos
(Webform emailed once initial registration received. Soft copy photo included in registration.)
o All volunteers have cleared background and finger printing.
o All players must register by Tuesday, February 4 by 5 PM.
Before first game (The following is required from each player before the first game is played.)
o Driver’s License or other form of identification
o Signed release of liability
o A photo (for subsequent game check-in).
MANAGER’S MEETING:
The Time/Scorekeepers and Manager’s Meeting will include training on the gym clocks and scorekeeping. A review
of League Set-up, Rules, further explanation of the S.A.N.C.R.A Code of Conduct and additional questions will be
taken after the changes. All confirmed volunteers and managers must attend. Managers may send a representative
to the Manager’s Meeting.
TEAM EXPECTATIONS:
First and last team’s please take down and set-up chairs, tables and bleachers.
CITY OF LOS ALTOS
RECREATION & COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT
2020 ADULT BASKETBALL RULES
The City of Los Altos Adult Basketball League will be governed by the 2019-2020 National Federation of High School
Associations Basketball Rules (NFHS). This league and all other adult sport leagues offered through the City of Los
Altos are also governed by the Sports Association of Northern California Recreation Agencies (SANCRA).
Any suspension or ejection from a City of Los Altos Adult Sport League will be honored by all SANCRA
member agencies.
SANCRA sanctions all adult sport programs offered by the following cities and/or agencies: Campbell,
Capitola/Soquel, Cupertino, Gilroy, Hollister, Los Altos, LGS Recreation, Milpitas, Mountain View, North Monterey
County, Pacific Grove, Palo Alto, San Jose, Santa Clara, Salinas, Santa Cruz, Saratoga, Scotts Valley, Sunnyvale, Vintage
Softball of Santa Clara County and Watsonville.
Please note the following local rules:
1. Teams must have four (4) players to start a game.
2. Each team must have a minimum of five (5) players and a maximum of fifteen (15) on their roster.
3. All players participating must be 18 years of age on or before March 2, 2020 (born on or before March 2, 2002).
All players must submit a soft copy photo with the team's completed roster. The photo will be compared with
each member’s driver license (or other identification) prior to the first game. A team playing with ineligible
players (those players under the correct age and/or not listed on the official team roster) will forfeit the game in
question. All participants should have appropriate identification at every game. No Proof-No Play-No
Exceptions.
4. No changes can be made to a roster after the third game of the season without consent from League Director.
5. Game times are 7:10 PM, 8:05 PM and 9:00 PM.
6. Game time is forfeit.
7. Games consist of two (2), 20-minute running halves.
8. Two (2) time-outs per half, one (1) additional for overtime.
9. Clock: National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Rules govern when running clock starts
after a time out.
10. Over-time period: two (2) minutes running clock, and one (1) minute stopped clock (unless a ten-point lead).
One time-out per team.
11. Shoot one-on-one on the 7th team foul and shoot two on the 10th team foul of each half.
12. Technical foul is automatic 2 points.
13. A stopped clock situation will be in effect the last two minutes of the game except when one teams leads by
12 or more points, then the clock will run continuously.
14. Any team receiving three (3) technical unsportsmanlike fouls in a game will automatically forfeit that game and
their next game.
15. A player receiving two technical fouls will automatically be ejected from the game and must leave the gym.
Technical fouls for wearing jewelry or a non-matching shirt will not count as individual technical fouls. The
official will issue a warning before the game regarding jewelry and non-matching shirts.
16. Players may not slam-dunk the ball Penalty: Technical Foul.
17. Matching, front and back numbered shirts are required: Teams will receive one technical foul when they
do not wear matching, numbered shirts and the ball will be awarded to the other team. This will not be
considered an individual technical foul and will not be cause for a forfeited game. The foul will count towards
the team fouls to shoot bonus. There will be a two-week grace period for matching shirts.
18. Any player ejected from a game will automatically be suspended from playing in their respective team's next
game.
19. The overall league championship will be determined by playoffs involving the top 4 teams (based on overall
season record). The format will be as follows
Playoffs for top 4 teams:
May 18: 7:10 PM 1st Place vs. 4th Place
8:05 PM 2nd Place vs. 3rd Place
*NOTE: The 1st Place team will have the option of having their game at 8:20 pm if they choose.
Winners Playoff for Championship
May 18: 9:10 PM
20. All players participating in the playoff games must have played in at least 50% of the team's regular season
games.
21. Team managers are responsible for the conduct of their players and fans prior to, during and after the game.
22. Game officials have the authority to rule on anything not specifically covered in the rules.
Revised: 01/16/20
* TODAYS DATE
* LAST NAME
* FIRST NAME
MR MS DR
* STREET ADDRESS
APT OR SUITE
* CITY
* STATE
* ZIP
HOME PHONE
* CELL PHONE
* EMAIL
DATE OF BIRTH (MONTH/DAY)
VOLUNTEER TYPE (IF AGE OVER 13 & UNDER 18 SELECT YOUTH. OVER 18 SELECT ADULT)
YOUTH ADULT
I HEARD ABOUT THE VOLUNTEER PROGRAM THROUGH (CHOOSE ONE)
CITY WEBSITE FLIER FRIEND OR RELATIVE
INTERNET OTHER
EDUCATION (CHOOSE ONE) OPTIONAL
HIGH SCHOOL/GED AA DEGREE (2 YEAR) BA/BS DEGREE
MA/MS OR PHD HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT OTHER
EMPLOYMENT STATUS (CHOOSE ONE) OPTIONAL
EMPLOYED FULL TIME FULL TIME STUDENT
PART TIME STUDENT/WORKER RETIRED OTHER
FIRST NAME
LAST NAME
RELATIONSHIP
CELL/HOME PHONE
FIRST NAME
LAST NAME
RELATIONSHIP
CELL/HOME PHONE
VOLUNTEER SIGNATURE: _____________________________
DATE: _____________________________
Recreation & Community Services Department
Hillview Community Center
97 Hillview Avenue
Los Altos, CA 94022
Fingerprinting Procedures for Volunteers
OVER
California state law requires that all volunteers and employees age 18 and over who work in public
recreation agencies, and directly supervise minors, to be fingerprinted upon employment. A
background check will be performed through a fingerprinting process known as LIVE SCAN,
administered by the California Department of Justice.
Instructions
Complete the middle section of the Request for Live Scan Service Form and take the completed
form with a valid California ID or government passport to your appointment. It is encouraged to
schedule an appointment prior to your visit. The fingerprinting process is free for volunteers if
completed at the Foothill-De Anza Community College District Police Department; the City will be
billed. Please see below for location, hours and contact information.
Location
Foothill-De Anza Community College District Police Department
12345 El Monte Road
Campus Center, Room 2103
Los Altos Hills, CA 94022
Hours
Monday and Tuesday 12:00 3:30 pm
Wednesday and Thursday 12:00 4:00 pm
Saturday 9:00 am 1:00 pm (Walk-in’s only)
For most up-to-date hours, please call (650) 949-7925 or e-mail livescan@fhda.edu.
Directions
Take Highway 280 North from San Jose or 280 South from San Francisco
Exit on El Monte Road
Exit westbound
Follow El Monte Road to Foothill College
Veer right at the traffic light
Keep in the left lane, and follow the one-way loop road that leads to the right around the
campus
Live Scan clients may park in the free 20-minute parking spaces located in the front of the Campus
Center building. These parking spaces are below the footbridge bus stop. If you realize you have
passed the footbridge, you can proceed around the loop and use the fountain roundabout to get
back to where you need to be.
Recreation & Community Services Department
Hillview Community Center
97 Hillview Avenue
Los Altos, CA 94022
Additional Live Scan Agencies near Los Altos
The City of Los Altos is contracted with the Foothill-De Anza Community College District Police
Department to cover all processing (government + rolling) fees for volunteers. The agencies listed
below will charge volunteers a one-time rolling fee at the time of service. For more information, visit
the California Attorney General's Live Scan webpage at https://oag.ca.gov/fingerprints/locations.
The UPS Store #6289
650 Fremont Avenue, Suite B
Los Altos, CA 94024
(650) 397-5641
$20 rolling fee
Santa Clara County Sheriff Headquarters
55 W. Younger Avenue
San Jose, CA 95110
(408) 808-4760
$20 rolling fee
The UPS Store #1847
650 Castro Street, Suite #120
Mountain View, CA 94041
(650) 390-8400
$20 rolling fee
Santa Clara County Sheriff
West Valley Division
1601 S. De Anza Boulevard, #148
Cupertino, CA 95014
(408) 868-6614
$20 rolling fee
MVLA Adult Education
333 Moffett Boulevard
Mountain View, CA 94043
(650) 940-1333
$23 rolling fee
Stanford University
Department of Public Safety
711 Serra Street
Stanford, CA 94305
(650) 723-9633
$20 rolling fee
Questions about the Application Process?
Please contact the Volunteer Coordinator at (650) 947-2897 or irivera@losaltosca.gov.
State of California Department of Justice
REQUEST FOR LIVE SCAN SERVICE
BCII 8016 (3/07)
Applicant Submission
ORI: Type of Application:
Agency Address Set Contributing Agency:
Agency authorized to receive criminal history information Mail Code (five-digit code assigned by DOJ)
Street No. Street or PO Box Contact Name (Mandatory for all school submissions)
( )
City State Zip Code Contact Telephone No.
Name of Applicant:
(Please print) Last First MI
Alias: Driver’s License No:
Last First
Date of Birth: Sex: Male Female Misc. No. BIL -
Agency Billing Number
Height: Weight: Misc. Number:
Home Address:
Eye Color: Hair Color:
Street No. Street or PO Box
Place of Birth:
City, State and Zip Code
Social Security Number:
Your Number:
OCA No. (Agency Identifying No.)
Level of Service: DOJ FBI
If resubmission, list Original ATI
Number:
Employer: (Additional response for agencies specified by statute)
Employer Name
Street No. Street or PO Box Mail Code (five digit code assigned by DOJ)
( )
City State Zip Code Agency Telephone No. (optional)
Live Scan Transaction Completed By:
Name of Operator Date
Transmitting Agency ATI No. Amount Collected/Billed
Code assigned by DOJ
Job Title or Type of License, Certification or Permit:
ORIGINAL – Live Scan Operator; SECOND COPY – Applicant; THIRD COPY (if needed) Requesting Agency
A4498
City of Los Altos
One North San Antonio Road
Los Altos
CA
94022
02360
Jaime Chew
650
947-2848
110214
A4498
City of Los Altos
One North San Antonio Road
Los Altos
CA
94022
02360
650
947-2790
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Clear Form
Recreation and Community Services Department
Adult Basketball Roster
Team Name: _______________________________
Managers must fill out the following fields for each participant that is on your roster. Each participant will be
contacted for individual registration which includes address, emergency contacts and a photo. Volunteers need to be
indicated on the roster and will need to begin the volunteer registration process. A release of liability signature and
photo identification will be collected before each player plays their first game. Each team must have a minimum of
five (5) players and a maximum of fifteen (15) on their roster. No changes can be made to a roster after the third game
of the season without consent from League Director. This preliminary roster must be turned it at time of team payment.
Page 1 of 4
(1) TEAM MANAGER INFORMATION Please print
Last Name_________________________________ First Name______________________________________
Birth Date_________________________________ Email__________________________________________
Home Phone____________________ Work Phone____________________ Cell Phone____________________
(2) PARTICIPANT/VOLUNTEER INFORMATION Please print
Last Name_________________________________ First Name______________________________________
Birth Date_________________________________ Email__________________________________________
Home Phone____________________ Work Phone____________________ Cell Phone____________________
(3) PARTICIPANT/ VOLUNTEER INFORMATION Please print
Last Name_________________________________ First Name______________________________________
Birth Date_________________________________ Email__________________________________________
Home Phone____________________ Work Phone____________________ Cell Phone____________________
(4) PARTICIPANT INFORMATION Please print
Last Name_________________________________ First Name______________________________________
Birth Date_________________________________ Email__________________________________________
Home Phone____________________ Work Phone____________________ Cell Phone____________________
Recreation and Community Services Department
Adult Basketball Roster
Team Name: _______________________________
Managers must fill out the following fields for each participant that is on your roster. Each participant will be
contacted for individual registration which includes address, emergency contacts and a photo. Volunteers need to be
indicated on the roster and will need to begin the volunteer registration process. A release of liability signature and
photo identification will be collected before each player plays their first game. Each team must have a minimum of
five (5) players and a maximum of fifteen (15) on their roster. No changes can be made to a roster after the third game
of the season without consent from League Director. This preliminary roster must be turned it at time of team payment.
Page 2 of 4
(5) PARTICIPANT INFORMATION Please print
Last Name_________________________________ First Name______________________________________
Birth Date_________________________________ Email__________________________________________
Home Phone____________________ Work Phone____________________ Cell Phone____________________
(6) PARTICIPANT INFORMATION Please print
Last Name_________________________________ First Name______________________________________
Birth Date_________________________________ Email__________________________________________
Home Phone____________________ Work Phone____________________ Cell Phone____________________
(7) PARTICIPANT INFORMATION Please print
Last Name_________________________________ First Name______________________________________
Birth Date_________________________________ Email__________________________________________
Home Phone____________________ Work Phone____________________ Cell Phone____________________
(8) PARTICIPANT INFORMATION Please print
Last Name_________________________________ First Name______________________________________
Birth Date_________________________________ Email__________________________________________
Home Phone____________________ Work Phone____________________ Cell Phone____________________
Recreation and Community Services Department
Adult Basketball Roster
Team Name: _______________________________
Managers must fill out the following fields for each participant that is on your roster. Each participant will be
contacted for individual registration which includes address, emergency contacts and a photo. Volunteers need to be
indicated on the roster and will need to begin the volunteer registration process. A release of liability signature and
photo identification will be collected before each player plays their first game. Each team must have a minimum of
five (5) players and a maximum of fifteen (15) on their roster. No changes can be made to a roster after the third game
of the season without consent from League Director. This preliminary roster must be turned it at time of team payment.
Page 3 of 4
(9) PARTICIPANT INFORMATION Please print
Last Name_________________________________ First Name______________________________________
Birth Date_________________________________ Email__________________________________________
Home Phone____________________ Work Phone____________________ Cell Phone____________________
(10) PARTICIPANT INFORMATION Please print
Last Name_________________________________ First Name______________________________________
Birth Date_________________________________ Email__________________________________________
Home Phone____________________ Work Phone____________________ Cell Phone____________________
(11) PARTICIPANT INFORMATION Please print
Last Name_________________________________ First Name______________________________________
Birth Date_________________________________ Email__________________________________________
Home Phone____________________ Work Phone____________________ Cell Phone____________________
(12) PARTICIPANT INFORMATION Please print
Last Name_________________________________ First Name______________________________________
Birth Date_________________________________ Email__________________________________________
Home Phone____________________ Work Phone____________________ Cell Phone____________________
Recreation and Community Services Department
Adult Basketball Roster
Team Name: _______________________________
Managers must fill out the following fields for each participant that is on your roster. Each participant will be
contacted for individual registration which includes address, emergency contacts and a photo. Volunteers need to be
indicated on the roster and will need to begin the volunteer registration process. A release of liability signature and
photo identification will be collected before each player plays their first game. Each team must have a minimum of
five (5) players and a maximum of fifteen (15) on their roster. No changes can be made to a roster after the third game
of the season without consent from League Director. This preliminary roster must be turned it at time of team payment.
Page 4 of 4
(13) PARTICIPANT INFORMATION Please print
Last Name_________________________________ First Name______________________________________
Birth Date_________________________________ Email__________________________________________
Home Phone____________________ Work Phone____________________ Cell Phone____________________
(14) PARTICIPANT INFORMATION Please print
Last Name_________________________________ First Name______________________________________
Birth Date_________________________________ Email__________________________________________
Home Phone____________________ Work Phone____________________ Cell Phone____________________
(15) PARTICIPANT INFORMATION Please print
Last Name_________________________________ First Name______________________________________
Birth Date_________________________________ Email__________________________________________
Home Phone____________________ Work Phone____________________ Cell Phone____________________
SPORTS ASSOCIATION OF NORTHERN CALIFORNIA RECREATION AGENCIES
S.A.N.C.R.A. Code of Conduct
1. NO PARTICIPANT OR SPECTATOR SHALL be guilty of a physical attack, lay a hand upon, push,
shove, strike or kick an official, participant, coach, agency representative, manager, or another
spectator. Officials are required to immediately suspend participant from further play and report
participant to League Director. The participant shall remain suspended until his/her case is considered
by the League Director.
MINIMUM PENALTY: Suspension from one (1) league game and placed on probation for the
remainder of season.
MAXIMUM PENALTY: Lifetime suspension and/or felonious assault charges filed. (CA Penal Code
Sec. 243.8)
2. NO PARTICIPANT SHALL be guilty of leaving his or her offensive, defensive position or respective
dugout areas to further incite any verbal or physical confrontation between players on the field or court.
MINIMUM PENALTY: Immediate ejection with possible further sanctions dispensed by league office.
NOTE: In the event said player(s) cannot be identified, the first, second, third, etc. Player(s) in the line-
up are subject to being removed from the game.
MAXIMUM PENALTY: Forfeiture and/or double forfeiture of game and player suspensions as
determined by league office up to life and/or felonious assault charges filed.
3. NO PARTICIPANT OR SPECTATOR SHALL be guilty of damaging or defacing agency, school district
or sanctioned facilities. Officials or agency representative are required to immediately suspend the
individual and report the incident to League Director.
MINIMUM PENALTY: Suspension from further play until financial responsibility is met by individual
and/or team AND probation for remainder of the season.
MAXIMUM PENALTY: Lifetime suspension.
4. NO PARTICIPANT SHALL be guilty of an abusive verbal attack, including “trash talking” or taunting
any participant, official, agency representative, or spectator. Officials are required to immediately
suspend the participant from further play. The infraction will be reported to the League Director. This
violation additionally includes “after the incident” communication or correspondence in follow up
discussions.
MINIMUM PENALTY: One (1) game suspension.
MAXIMUM PENALTY: Four (4) game suspension and/or one year from the time of incident.
5. NO PARTICIPANT SHALL use deliberately rough tactics during a game against the body and person
of an opposing participant. Officials are required to immediately suspend participant from further play
and report incident to League Director.
MINIMUM PENALTY: Removal from the game.
MAXIMUM PENALTY: Suspended for one year from the time of incident.
6. NO PARTICIPANT SHALL refuse to abide by an official’s decision or be guilty of verbal or forceful
demonstrations of dissent to an official’s decision. The degree of infraction shall, in the official’s
judgment, draw:
MINIMUM PENALTY: Removal from the game.
MAXIMUM PENALTY: Suspended for one year from the time of incident.
7. NO PARTICIPANT SHALL be guilty of intentionally throwing a bat or item of playing equipment.
Officials are required to immediately suspend the participant from further play and report such player to
the League Director.
MINIMUM PENALTY: One (1) game suspension.
MAXIMUM PENALTY: Suspended for one year from the time of incident.
8. NO PARTICIPANT SHALL appear in, on or around a facility at any time under the influence or in
possession of a controlled substance, or in an intoxicated condition. Officials are required to suspend
participant from further play and report such player to the League Director.
MINIMUM PENALTY: Suspension from two (2) league games & placed on probation for rest of
season.
MAXIMUM PENALTY: Suspended for one year from the time of incident.
9. NO TEAM OR TEAMS SHALL engage in physical aggression upon each other, officials, agency
representatives, field supervisors, or spectators. Officials shall immediately suspend play and report, in
writing, the incident to the League Director. Decision by League Director shall involve:
MINIMUM PENALTY: Forfeiture of game by one or both teams involved with suspension of one
additional game and probation of one year from the time of incident.
MAXIMUM PENALTY: Dropping of one or both teams from SANCRA member leagues for life.
10. NO MANAGER, PARTICIPANT, CAPTAIN, OR TEAM REPRESENTATIVE SHALL at any time be
guilty of utilizing a nonroster or ineligible participant; or falsify the identification or age of any participant
or person on an official league or tournament sports roster. Such falsification, intentional or otherwise,
and with or without that participant or person’s knowledge, shall be just cause for disciplinary action.
The infraction will be reported to the League Director.
MINIMUM PENALTY: One-year probation from time of incident.
MAXIMUM PENALTY: One-year suspension from time of incident.
11. NO MANAGER, TEAM REPRESENTATIVE OR PARTICIPANT SHALL at any time use illegal
equipment (i.e. altered, ASA banned or illegal bat; metal cleats; exposed, dangerous jewelry).
MINIMUM PENALTY: Immediate ejection from the game AND one (1) game suspension.
MAXIMUM PENALTY: Lifetime suspension.
12. NO MANAGER, TEAM REPRESENTATIVE OR PARTICIPANT SHALL at any time, commit a
fraudulent act (including gambling upon any play or outcome of any game) concerning any organized
SANCRA event, function or sports tournament. Such act shall be cause for disciplinary action.
MINIMUM PENALTY: Probation for the remainder of the season.
MAXIMUM PENALTY: Suspended for one year from the time of incident.
13. EACH TEAM MEMBER IS RESPONSIBLE to ensure that payments made to SANCRA, ASA, or
member cities (i.e. entry fees, tournament fees, facility costs, etc.), are valid and any costs incurred due
to insufficient funds are the entire team’s responsibility.
MINIMUM PENALTY: Suspension of further play until financial responsibility is met.
MAXIMUM PENALTY: Lifetime suspension.
SPECIAL NOTES:
1. THE LEAGUE DIRECTORS SHALL have the power and full discretion of imposing penalties on any
and all violations of the SANCRA Code of Conduct. In any violation not included in said,Code,the
penalty shall be at the discretion of the League Director.
2. Any participant removed from a game must leave the park or school facility immediately. Failure to do
so will carry a maximum penalty of one-year suspension.
3. Any participant having been once penalized by enforcement of the "SANCRA Code of Conduct" and
reported again for violating the SANCRA Code of Conduct" will be subject to additional penalties open
to the determination of the SANCRA Board.
4. Managers are responsible for actions of their participants and spectators at all times during a SANCRA
activity or event and will be disciplined accordingly.
5. The term participant shall include players, coaches and fans where appropriate. Managers are
responsible for the actions of their fans.
6. Any individual or team who is placed on probation or suspension for violation of items mentioned in this
“SANCRA Code of Conductis automatically on probation or suspension for ALL ACTIVITIES
sponsored by member cities/organizations during the effected period.
S.A.N.C.R.A CODE OF CONDUCT IS ENFORCED AND HONORED BY ALL S.A.N.C.R.A. AGENCIES, LEAGUES AND
TOURNAMENTS. PARTICIPANTS ATTEMPTING TO PLAY IN S.A.N.C.R.A. -- SANCTIONED EVENTS AFTER
BEING SUSPENDED WILL BE SUBJECT TO FURTHER DISCIPLINARY ACTIONS.
SANCRA MEMBER CITIES/ORGANIZATIONS INCLUDE:
- City of Campbell
- City of Milpitas
- City of Salinas
- Capitola/Soquel
- City of Mountain View
- City of Santa Cruz
- City of Cupertino
- North Monterey County
- City of Saratoga
- City of Gilroy
- City of Pacific Grove
- City of Scotts Valley
- City of Hollister
- City of Palo Alto
- City of Sunnyvale
- City of Los Altos
- City of San Jose
- Vintage Softball of Santa Clara County
- LGS Recreation
- City of Santa Clara
- City of Watsonville
Revised and adopted September 26, 2006 SANCRA.DOC
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