Updated: November 10th, 2020
On November 9th the State of Maine suspended all sports, indoor and outdoor until the week of December 14th. When we are able to resume play leagues will be run in cohorts.
* Cohorts are defined by the State of Maine as a group that cannot contain more than 30 athletes. Indoor Sports will have to run in groups of 4 teams total throughout the season. As such, each league will be split into divisions of 4 teams. Players will only compete within their cohorts for league and playoff play.
- Monday & Wednesday Bowling (12 teams maximum)
Starting Week of December 14th+
- Monday Indoor Volleyball (League to play in cohorts*)
- Tuesday Indoor Volleyball (League to play in cohorts*)
- Monday Indoor Soccer (League to play in cohorts*)
- Wednesday Indoor Soccer (League to play in cohorts*)
- Sunday Indoor Flag Football (League to play in cohorts*)
- Tuesday Indoor Flag Football resumes
- Thursday Indoor Soccer resumes
- Thursday Indoor Basketball (Based on state approval & facility availability)
- Tuesday Dodgeball (Based on state approval)
- Wednesday Floor Hockey (Based on state approval)
- Monday Indoor Softball (Based on state approval)
A note about COVID-19 and our refund policy:
Leagues currently in session: If you or your team cannot continue playing in a current season due to a COVID-19 case, outbreak, or stoppage in league play - a credit will be issued towards any future league based on games not played.
This is a lifetime credit that can be used for that specific sport or transferred to another sport if need be. The use of the credits are broken down with a maximum of 50% applied for any sport in 2020, the remainder applied to any sport in 2021.
Example: $600 team fee - 6 week season (3 weeks played & 3 weeks missed)= $300 future credit
Credit Used: Up to $150 can be used in 2020, remaining balance can be used in 2021
We will continue to update this page regarding reschedules and cancellations based on our evaluation of the community circumstances, availability/closures of facilities, and information/guidance from the oversight organizations (i.e. WHO, CDC, Maine Department of Public Health, etc).