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Thank You for a Successful Spring Season
It is easy to overlook the activities that go into operating a season and we wanted to take a moment to thank all of the volunteers, coaches, administrators for the contributions.  Even the simpler program operated during the spring is still a significant achievement in the grand scheme of things.  50 games, Hundreds of player practice hours and game time effort for kids that go to school every day and for the parent volunteers that often put in extra hours after working for a living.  We genuinely appreciate the effort put in by everyone and also wish to acknowledge the administrators of the program for the volunteer efforts and responsibilities that they take on.  We hope that you enjoyed the spring and look forward to having you back for summer and fall activities.
South County Summer Camp
SCSL Summer Camp 8/11 through 8/15.

The camp is available to children 4 through 15.

Each camp participant recieves a soccer ball and the camp includes a pizza party on the last day. Locally hosted, the camp is in its 9th year in existence.

Online registrations are OPEN.
Walk-Ons are accepted.

East Amwell School / Municipal Field Parking
Parents please do not park on the grass area at the East Amwell School - only park in designated parking spots. Please set the example - otherwise our competitor parents park on the grass too! We utilize the far parking lot at the municipal building first. Some Saturdays and Sundays the township will have activities schedule and we need to be as considerate as possible.

SCSL Rain Policy
We are sometimes asked - will games be played in the rain? The answer is - it depends. If a game is in progress and a shower comes over, we may press on and hope that it will pass. The referees are responsible for gauging the safety of play and making a call as to whether conditions are safe enough to continue.

Rain cancellations are managed through the website. If in doubt, check the sites home page for a weather bulletin. Coaches, Referees, Parents and even other teams come to the website for weather cancellation information.

As a rule SCSL will not attempt to start games when rain is steady at game start time. We will not start games when rain is imminent either. We are a recreation league. There is no pressure to complete games exactly as scheduled and we have provisions to schedule makeup games as needed. SCSL has to to consider the impact to the fields at all times and we consult directly with representatives of the East Amwell Recreation committee when making decisions on cancellations. We also think that it is common sense from a comfort standpoint not to make parents sit outside in the rain for up to an hour as games can be rescheduled. Of course we talk about comfort, and protecting fields, but safety is the number one reason that we would refrain from pushing through on a wet field. One last thought is that we have a lightning policy also. You can bet that if there is a thunder and lightning storm in the area or imminent we will call off any scheduled session.

Lightning AUTOMATICALLY suspends in play activities for a minimum of 20 minutes. Every flash resets this 20 minute clock. NO EXCEPTIONS!!!