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Welcome 2015 Commissioners!

Welcome 2015 Commissioners!

The main role of our commissioners is to assist your club with any division related questions.  Our league's commissioners are active within their age division (as coaches or involved parents), are out on the practice and game fields,  and work closely with the Boys and Girls directors on season events, rules changes, and supporting league documents. 

2015 Boys Commissioners:

Tory Hotaling
Boys High School
Taylor Reed
Boys U15

Steve Flanagan
Boys U13
Tristan Jemiolo
Boys U11

Kurtis Vierra
Boys U9

2015 Girls Commissioners:

Laura Jennings
Girls HS

Elaine Lea-Chou
Girls U15


Kelly French
Girls U13

Melissa Ramos
Girls U9 & U11


by posted 11/19/2014
Team Registration Open

NCJLA clubs may now register their teams for the 2015 season.

Register here.

Team registration closes December 7, 2014.

If you need assistance determining your team's competitive level contact your age level commissioner or the NCJLA  or NCJLA .

More info:  Player Eligibility Guidelines and Age Brackets for 2015 

by posted 10/06/2014
Club Profile Updates Needed
Attention Club Leadership!
Please Update Your Club Profile

Has your club had any change in leadership since last season?
Be sure to contact the  to get the link to the form to update your club's profile.

by posted 10/05/2014
Honoring the Game

Highlighting great sportsmanship:

April 12: With Yuba City boys varsity team well in the lead at 3:45 to go in the fourth quarter the Redding coach requested a time out. He then explained that they have a special needs player that they wanted to finish the game with. The Yuba City coach advised his team to not make contact with this player. Yuba City had the ball with 30 seconds to go and called a time out. Both coaches agreed to set up a play to allow the special needs player to take the final shot of the game which he did and he made it. All players - coaches - and fans are to be congratulated for honoring the game and providing a career highlight for a truly special player.

March 16: Ross Valley was down a handful of players due to other sport conflicts. Instead of playing up players, Diablo graciously played down to even numbers with our team. We did not want to forfeit the game and Diablo gave us a way to teach our girls good life lessons of fair play and compromise.

March 1:  We (Sacramento Stingers) do not have anyone that has played goalie, so we are rotating players into the position. During the game I noticed Granite Bay's #10 giving our goalie tips on how to adjust to the ball movement around the field. I was very impressed with her sportsmanship.

Have an example of great sportsmanship during a game?  Submit the story here.

by posted 03/09/2014
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