The Oregon Athletic Officials Association and the Oregon School Activities Association are recruiting officials for the high school fall sports seasons. There is an immediate need for officials in football, volleyball and soccer.
Register at www.osaa.org/officials.
Find the nearest officials association at www.newofficials.org.
Becoming a high school official has several benefits including staying involved in athletics, maintaining good physical condition and earning money.
"Oregon has an urgent need for officials in all sports," said Jack Folliard, OAOA Executive Director. "Officials provide valuable service to high schools and students, make a positive impact in the community and build relationships."
The registration period for football, volleyball and soccer officials ends Sept. 30, 2022.
The Oregon Athletic Officials Association, "Dedicated to the Advancement of High School Officiating in Oregon", includes more than 2,300 certified officials in volleyball, soccer, football, cheerleading, wrestling, basketball, baseball and softball.
Samuel Ulrich finishes fourth, Kyle Hughes seventh and Jacob Blankenship 11th among 180 finishers.
Siuslaw wins fifth annual Champs Invite on Friday at Cheadle Lake Park in Lebanon.
Next: Siuslaw at Creswell, 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 30
Next: Siuslaw vs. La Pine, 4:30 p.m. Monday, Hans Petersen Memorial Field.