School Affiliation and Team Blocks

As a reminder, the GHSA Contest Officials Handbook outlines the restrictions under which you may not officiate at a particular school. Specifically, the requirement states: “Officials shall not accept assignment to a school where he/she is currently employed, has relatives enrolled or employed at, or has attended in the previous 10 years.” Additionally, this guide more »

Sportsmanship Issues and The Ramp

The GLOA Board and the GHSA are committed to maintaining a safe, fair and professional environment.  Officials, players, coaches and fans must behave in a manner that honors the game. This expectation is made clear by the statement read by the announcer before each GHSA sanctioned event. GHSA Sportsmanship Statement “The GHSA and its member more »

Video Resources

There are a number of fantastic resources available for new and veteran officials. US Lacrosse Officials Educations, Lacrosse Film Room and Lacrosse Fire TV are all great places to see video that can help you grow as an official. And Finally, find video of your games.  Many coaches now tape all of there games and more »