* TSJ/ILS Co-op is Trinity St John-Nashville / Immanual Luthern School-Okawville Co-op
As Director of the SIJHSAA I would like to remind all players, coaches, administrators, and fans of appropriate sportsmanship at our SIJHSAA Events.
By Law - Article VIII: Sportsmanship - Section 1: The SIJHSAA provides opportunities for athletic competition for grade school students. We do so with the intent of enhancing their educational experiences and hopefully instilling them positive qualities in the areas of integrity, sportsmanship, responsibility, and competition.
By Law - Article IV: Contests - Section 6: During all Regional and State contests the SIJHSAA prohibits the use of all types of noise-makers, confetti, radios, shakers, rally towels, thunder sticks, camera lights, laser lights, and also tripods in the stands. Signs must be no larger than a legal sized sheet of paper.(8 1/2 X 14) Body painting materials shall not be administered at games or containers brought on game sites. Body paint may be worn on arms and the face. Appropriate shirts must be worn to all events. Bands are limited to the National Anthem. They are not used to give a home game atmosphere nor to create noise or to rally the fans.
By Law - Article VIII: Sportsmanship - Section 2: Any coach ejected from a SIJHSAA contest shall not be permitted to attend the next interscholastic contest at that level (jv/varsity) of competition, or any other SIJHSAA interscholastic contests at any level in the interim. During a suspension coaches may not attend contests or travel with the team to and from contests from which sport they are suspended. Any fan ejected from a SIJHSAA contest shall not be permitted to attend the next 2 interscholastic contests at that level (jv/varsity) of competition, or any other SIJHSAA interscholastic contests at any level in the interim. Additional penalties may be assessed by the school and/or the SIJHSAA.
By Law - Article VIII: Sportsmanship - Section 3: Any player ejected from a SIJHSAA contest shall not be permitted to participate in the next interscholastic contest at that level (jv/varisty) of competition, or any other SIJHSAA interscholastic contests at any level in the interim. During a suspension players may attend contests and travel with the team to and from contest from which sport they are suspended. The player may sit on the bench in street clothes(not in uniform) while in attendance. Additional penalties may be assessed by the school and/or the SIJHSAA.
SIJHSAA Director - Greg Hale
SIJHSAA Jim Burnes Leadership Award
The SIJHSAA along with Baysinger Architechts, is pleased to announce the opening of 2018-2019 nominations for the Jim Burnes Leadership Award.
The SIJHSAA is one of two organizations in Illinois that sponsor junior high athletics. The SIJHSAA is made of over 180 schools throughout Southern Illinois and is divided up in to 10 geographical regions.
This award, for 8th graders only, will be based on the following criteria: GPA, sports participation, community activities, specific honors, a typed essay, and recommendations from inside the school and community. Please be sure to look over the criteria and dates that are on the forms.
Each school will get to nominate one person. This person will be nominated by the school athletic director. This person will also be the winner of the leadership award for their school and will receive a certificate from the SIJHSAA proclaiming them the Leadership Award winner from their school. The winner of this award will then proceed on to the regional level where the winner of the regional level will be honored with a plaque and a luncheon honoring their accomplishments.
The 2018-2019 Jim Burnes Leadership Award luncheon will be Friday, May 3rd from 11:00 to 1:00 at Alongi’s in Duquoin.
If you have any questions, please e-mail Tracy Lauderdale at email@example.com.
Your REPUTATION can be made, or even destroyed, in a moment.
Your CHARACTER is developed over a lifetime.
Greg Hale - 618-318-2091
Rick Franklin Coaching Longevity Award
2017-2018 Rick Franklin Coaching Longevity Award Winners
|Tracy Lauderdale||O’Fallon District 90||2017|
|Terry Herrell||Centralia Jr High||2017|
||Richland County Middle School
|Thomas Roper||Marion Jr High||2017|
|Jenna Fletcher||Marion Jr High||2017|
|Tony Ringering||Red Bud Jr High||2017|
|Jason Finke||Nashville Middle School||2017|
|Robert Konkel||St.Ann Catholic School - Nashville||2017|
|Joe Voss||St.Theresa School-Belleville||2017|
|Becky Wessel||Carlyle Jr High||2017|
|Jeff Wessel||Carlyle Jr High||2017|
|Marvin Linton||Carlyle Jr High||2017|
|Mike Gherdardini||Carlyle Jr High||2017|
||Franklin Park MiddleSchool||2018|
|Mike Layne||Murphysboro Middle School||2018|
|Bryan Weaver||Millstadt Middle School||2018|
|Rick Gaebe||Okawville Jr High School||2018|
|Robert Crow||Hamilton County Jr High||2018|
|Trevor Clark||Johnston City Middle School||2018|
|Armondo Settles||Casey Middle School||2018|
|Darron Rushing||Washington Middle School||2018|
|Jessie McNeil||Mounds Meridian Jr High||2018|