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The New Monterey Bay League. Bigger and Better Equity League for 2012. 8/13/12. The New Monterey Bay League. High School Athletics governed by California Interscholastic Federation (CIF)

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the new monterey bay league

The New Monterey Bay League

Bigger and Better Equity League for 2012

8/13/12

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The New Monterey Bay League
  • High School Athletics governed by California Interscholastic Federation (CIF)
  • CIF divided into geographic sections. We are the Central Coast Section (CCS)-- San Francisco to King City
  • CCS divided into 3 geographic conferences: Northern, Central & Southern. Each conference has a number of leagues.
  • The Southern Conference Leagues-- Mission Trails Athletic (MTAL), Monterey Bay (MBL), Santa Cruz Coast Athletic (SCCAL) & TriCounty Athletic (TCAL)
the new monterey bay league league realignment
The New Monterey Bay League:League Realignment
  • CCS By-laws allow league configuration review every 2 years. Conference schools engage in realignment talks. What is best for student-athletes and high school sports?
  • March 2011- Southern Conference leagues discuss realignment. Proposal made to merge MBL & TCAL and create larger “Equity” league
  • Overwhelming vote (38-1) in favor to form new league
  • 2012-13 new league comes into existence
  • From 7 schools to 15
the new monterey bay league 15 high schools
The New Monterey Bay League:15 High Schools
  • Alisal
  • Christopher
  • Everett Alvarez
  • Gilroy
  • Monterey
  • Monte Vista Christian
  • North Monterey County
  • North Salinas
  • Notre Dame- Salinas
  • Pajaro Valley
  • Palma
  • Salinas
  • San Benito- Hollister
  • Seaside
  • Watsonville
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MBL Equity League
  • Equity league schools divide into 2 or more divisions
  • Each division has at least 6 schools competing
  • Each division is “League” unto itself with division champions and CCS playoff qualifier(s)
  • Schools placed in division for each sport based on strength of program in that sport
  • Division A: MBL-Gabilan
  • Division B: MBL-Pacific
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MBL- Gabilan & MBL- Pacific
  • Schools may be placed in MBL- Gabilan for one sport & in MBL- Pacific for another depending on strength of particular sports program
  • Division placement reviewed by league every year
  • Example of one program in different divisions: Basketball teams- Boys in Gabilan and Girls in Pacific, or Boys in Pacific and Girls in Gabilan
the new monterey bay league an equity league
The New Monterey Bay League: An Equity League

What are the benefits?

Who governs it?

What are the next steps ?

How does it affect our school?

what is the benefit of being an equity league
What is the benefit of being an Equity League?
  • Principal Benefit: To give student-athletes more opportunities and enriching experiences by grouping schools with similar competitive strength
  • Often participation levels increase with equitable play- along with the fun!
  • Long standing history of successful equity leagues within the CCS have shown positive results
  • Other CCS equity leagues: Blossom Valley Athletic League (BVAL), Peninsula Athletic League (PAL), Santa Clara Valley Athletic League (SCVAL)
who governs the new monterey bay league
Who governs the new Monterey Bay League?
  • Board of Managers: Every CIF/CCS league is governed by Principals, Administrators, and/or designee representing each school within the league
  • Athletic Directors: The BOM receives recommendations from each director representing each school within the league
  • Coaches: The AD receives input and recommendations from their school’s coaches
  • December 2011: First-time meeting of the newly created 15 member MBL Board of Managers. Divisions MBL-Gabilan & MBL- Pacific are approved
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What are the next steps for the New MBL?
  • MBL Athletic Directors continue to meet throughout the school year to make recommendations to the Board of Managers regarding sport-by-sport team division placement, general by-laws and operating plans, and individual sport by-laws
  • MBL leaders plan to have everything in place, including a league budget, by the end of the 2011-12 school year and be ready for the 2012-13 sports seasons
how does it affect our school

Anticipate the competitive experience will be more exciting and gratifying for student-athletes and fans alike.

  • New competition can bring new relationships and new opportunities.
How does it affect our school?

Athletic league life will be changed for each school in the new league

League schools in each sport may differ. Teams may not always see the same schools in each sport

Teams may differ significantly from those we have grown accustomed to in recent years

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The New Monterey Bay League

Bigger & Better:

Created to benefit student-athletes by providing a variety of quality athletic programs, levels of participation, and equitable competition.

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The New Monterey Bay League

MVC Athletic Department Representatives

David Reese, Athletic Director Head Football Coach 831-722-8178, x 141 davidreese@mvcs.org

Patty Gillig, Dean of Students CCS Athletic Dept. Administrator 831-722-8178, x 106 patriciagillig@mvcs.org