WELCOME TO 2022 JV AND VARSITY FOOTBALL!
This session will allow you to complete or update contact information (including player and parent/guardian), sign up for participation in the 2022 Football season program, and begin contributing to the program.
To complete registration through our secure site please have your payment information and player's health insurance information available. You will need a physical completed between 12/1/2021-7/31/2022. You have you will have the opportunity to upload those documents to the district at a later date.
Have two players? Enter the sibling discount code TWOBOLTZ2022 to reduce your full contribution by 10%.
Freshmen Football The Legacy Football program believes in building camaraderie amongst players new to high school and to high school football. All freshmen practice and play together with a head freshmen team coach. Freshmen football focuses on fundamentals, competition, and class bonding.
Junior Varsity Football Legacy Football maintains a Junior Varsity team to allow for further skill building in competitive games for sophomore and junior players that don’t see significant Varsity game playing time. The Junior Varsity team practices the Varsity football team to be prepared for competition at both levels.
Varsity Football Legacy’s Varsity Football team consists of sophomores, juniors, and seniors playing at the highest level of competition in the league.
Legacy Football’s coaching staff consists of teachers, community member expertise, and volunteers. Coaching assignments are updated annually. Check the high school athletics page and the Booster website at www.goboltzfootball.com for updates.
Legacy Football Boosters
The Booster Club exists to assist the program to maintain a safe and high-quality football experience through fundraising to supplement the minimal district funding, to encourage volunteerism for all players and families, to encourage team spirit, and to distribute program communication on behalf of the coaches. The Boosters maintain the website www.goboltzfootball.com
The Boosters has a volunteer board player families will hear from often. Board members are not school employees or coaches. Questions regarding general scheduling, fundraising, registration, and volunteer duties should be directed to the board. Questions about specific schedule changes, player concerns, and teams are to be addressed by coaching staff.
The Football Program practices after school every weeknight and on Saturdays during preseason activities. Football practice begins the first week of August, prior to the start of school. In general, practices are held from 4:00-6:00, but timing will vary at the discretion of the coach.
Freshmen practices are held on the grass field to the north of Legacy High School just beyond the outfield of the main softball field. Players can access the athletic locker room and walk straight out the lower door to this field.
Varsity and Junior Varsity practices are held on the turf field just beyond the northwest corner of the student parking lot as well as inside the school for film review.
Practice is mandatory for all players. If a player is unable to attend, they need to communicate with their coach directly. Coaches will provide contact information when practices begin.
All teams play a 10-game season as set by the league. The season typically begins the weekend prior to Labor Day. Legacy schedules scrimmages for all levels in August prior to the start of the season with the first typically occurring the first week of school.
Home games for Varsity occur at North Stadium at 12500 Delaware St. Westminster 80234. Home games are most often scheduled on Thursday or Friday nights.
Home games for Junior Varsity and Freshmen are played at Legacy High School on the turf field northwest of the student parking lot. Freshmen games have been historically scheduled at 9:00 a.m. with Junior Varsity at 11:00 a.m. Schedules may shift due to referee availability.
Away games are typically scheduled in the same way.
The district is unable to provide transportation on the weekends. Players are responsible for transportation to and from away games.
Legacy Football begins as the previous school year ends. Summer weights, conditioning, and camp workouts are scheduled in May and continue until season practices begin in August. Players should be prepared for summer workouts Monday through Thursday. Summer scheduling becomes available in April.
The Legacy Football program provides the following to all players: a certified helmet, pads, game jerseys, game pants, game socks, and a practice jersey. Players must purchase cleats, mouthguards, a girdle (padded undershorts worn under shorts at practice and game pants). Cleats may be of any color, but note the school colors are navy, gold, and white.
Ready to join the team? Program registration is maintained by the Booster Club to help coaches prepare rosters for the season and collect financial contributions from each player to offset costs beyond the limited funding provided by the district:
Use and maintenance of player equipment
Coaching: contracts, coach certifications, trainings, and gear
Game-day filming and Hudl
Summer training for strength, speed and agility
District Registration occurs in August prior to player practices. The district requires a $150 registration fee per player per sport at the high school level. A current physical is required for all players to attend practice. Please be sure to update your player physical prior to the season.
STAYING IN TOUCH
The Head Coach prepares weekly communication that is distributed to all player and parent contacts as listed in the SportsEngine website www.goboltzfootball.com. Be sure update player and guardian info at the time of registration. Practice schedule updates are communicated to players. Game schedule changes are updated by Legacy and then to the booster website schedule ASAP.
Booster Website www.goboltzfootball.com
SportsEngine App The app serves as an extension of the registration and rostering website. Coaches use the app to communicate urgent changes. The chat feature is also helpful to parents for timely communication. Please have players and parents download this app and log-in with credentials used during season registration. For further instruction see: How to Download the SportsEngine Mobile App - SportsEngine Help Center
Official League Scheduling Be sure to subscribe to the calendar on the Legacy website. League schedule changes for football and all sports can be viewed here: Legacy (frontrangeleague.org)
The Booster Club provides a variety of options for players who hope to fundraise the player contribution annually. Opportunities include business sponsorships, King Sooper Card rewards, item sales, and more. Go to www.goboltzfootball.com to learn more.
The booster board is looking for a representative for the incoming freshman class.
Freshman and JV parents will be assigned concession stand and chain volunteer shifts for all home games. Shifts will be for each game. Families will be responsible for coverage and/or finding a sub for assigned shifts.
The boosters are looking for families with talents to share. Consider offering services from your business, lending your expertise in a fundraising area, recruit restaurants to provide team meals, etc.
Any player who leaves the program prior to 7/31/22 will be refunded 75% of payments minus processing fees. We cannot refund fundraised dollars.
Any player who leaves the program after the start of practice 8/1 and prior to games starting in August will be refunded 50% of payments minus processing fees. We cannot refund fundraised dollars.
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EMERGENCY & MEDICAL CONTACT INFORMATION
In an emergency, when parents cannot be reached, please contact:
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If the answer to any of the following questions (below), is yes, please describe the problem and its implications for proper first aid treatment within the registration.
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HEADS UP Concussion Waiver
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This sheet has information to help protect your children or teens from concussion or other serious brain injury. Use this information at your children’s or teens’ games and practices to learn how to spot a concussion and what to do if a concussion occurs.
WHAT IS A CONCUSSION?
A concussion is a type of traumatic brain injury—or TBI—caused by a bump, blow, or jolt to the head or by a hit to the body that causes the head and brain to move quickly back and forth. This fast movement can cause the brain to bounce around or twist in the skull, creating chemical changes in the brain and sometimes stretching and damaging the brain cells.
HOW CAN I HELP KEEP MY CHILDREN OR TEENS SAFE?
Sports are a great way for children and teens to stay healthy and can help them do well in school. To help lower your children’s or teens’ chances of getting a concussion or other serious brain injury, you should:
Help create a culture of safety for the team.
Work with their coach to teach ways to lower the chances of getting a concussion.
Talk with your children or teens about concussion and ask if they have concerns about reporting a concussion. Talk with them about their concerns; emphasize the importance of reporting concussions and taking time to recover from one.
Ensure that they follow their coach’s rules for safety and the rules of the sport.
Tell your children or teens that you expect them to practice good sportsmanship at all times.
When appropriate for the sport or activity, teach your children or teens that they must wear a helmet to lower the chances of the most serious types of brain or head injury. However, there is no “concussion-proof” helmet. So, even with a helmet, it is important for children and teens to avoid hits to the head.
HOW CAN I SPOT A POSSIBLE CONCUSSION?
Children and teens who show or report one or more of the signs and symptoms listed below—or simply say they just “don’t feel right” after a bump, blow, or jolt to the head or body—may have a concussion or other serious brain injury.
Signs Observed by Parents or Coaches
Appears dazed or stunned.
Forgets an instruction, is confused about an assignment or position, or is unsure of the game, score, or opponent.
Answers questions slowly.
Loses consciousness (even briefly).
Shows mood, behavior, or personality changes.
Can’t recall events prior to or after a hit or fall.
Symptoms Reported by Children and Teens
Headache or “pressure” in head.
Nausea or vomiting.
Balance problems or dizziness, or double or blurry vision.
Bothered by light or noise.
Feeling sluggish, hazy, foggy, or groggy.
Confusion, or concentration or memory problems.
Just not “feeling right,” or “feeling down.”
Talk with your children and teens about concussion. Tell them to report their concussion symptoms to you and their coach right away. Some children and teens think concussions aren’t serious or worry that if they report a concussion they will lose their position on the team or look weak. Be sure to remind them that it’s better to miss one game than the whole season.
Concussions a ect each child and teen differently. While most children and teens with a concussion feel better within a couple of weeks, some will have symptoms for months or longer. Talk with your children’s or teens’ health care provider if their concussion symptoms do not go away or if they get worse after they return to their regular activities.
WHAT ARE SOME MORE SERIOUS DANGER SIGNS TO LOOK OUT FOR?
In rare cases, a dangerous collection of blood (hematoma) may form on the brain after a bump, blow, or jolt to the head or body and can squeeze the brain against the skull. Call 9-1-1 or take your child or teen to the emergency department right away if, after a bump, blow, or jolt to the head or body, he or she has one or more of these danger signs:
One pupil larger than the other.
Drowsiness or inability to wake up.
A headache that gets worse and does not go away.
Slurred speech, weakness, numbness, or decreased coordination.
Repeated vomiting or nausea, convulsions or seizures (shaking or twitching).
Unusual behavior, increased confusion, restlessness, or agitation.
Loss of consciousness (passed out/knocked out). Even a brief loss of consciousness should be taken seriously.
Children and teens who continue to play while having concussion symptoms or who return to play too soon—while the brain is still healing— have a greater chance of getting another concussion. A repeat concussion that occurs while the brain is still healing from the rst injury can be very serious and can a ect a child or teen for a lifetime. It can even be fatal.
What Should I Do If My Child or Teen Has a Possible Concussion? As a parent, if you think your child or teen may have a concussion, you should:
Remove your child or teen from play.
Keep your child or teen out of play the day of the injury. Your child or teen should be seen by a health care provider and only return to play with permission from a health care provider who is experienced in evaluating for concussion.
Ask your child’s or teen’s health care provider for written instructions on helping your child or teen return to school. You can give the instructions to your child’s or teen’s school nurse and teacher(s) and return-to-play instructions to the coach and/or athletic trainer.
Do not try to judge the severity of the injury yourself. Only a health care provider should assess a child or teen for a possible concussion. Concussion signs and symptoms often show up soon after the injury. But you may not know how serious the concussion is at rst, and some symptoms may not show up for hours or days. The brain needs time to heal after a concussion. A child’s or teen’s return to school and sports should be a gradual process that is carefully managed and monitored by a health care provider.
To learn more, go to www.cdc.gov/HEADSUP
Parent/Athlete Fact Sheet
Fact Sheet for Athletes
DISCUSS THE RISKS OF CONCUSSION AND OTHER SERIOUS BRAIN INJURY WITH YOUR CHILD OR TEEN AND HAVE EACH PERSON SIGN BELOW.
I learned about concussion and talked with my parent or coach about what to do if I have a concussion or other serious brain injury.
I have read this fact sheet for parents on concussion with my child or teen and talked about what to do if they have a concussion or other serious brain injury.