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January 2022 Payment
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payment January 2022 Payment Direct deposit will be placed in your bank account for those who have direct deposit on 22-1-14 for weekend of 22-1-8 to 22-1...

Recertification for 2022 NOW open
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cup RECERTIFICATION for 2022 NOW Open Recertify before December 31st to ensure you will be able to self assign to tournam...

Trias New Referee Clinics March 12, 2022
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juggle Trias New Referee Clinics March 12th New Referee Clinics: 3/12 at the Tukwila Community Center (12424 42nd Ave S Tukwi...Going

Trias New Referee Clinics February 12, 2022
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juggle Trias New Referee Clinics February 12th New Referee Clinics: 2/12 at the Tukwila Community Center (12424 42nd Ave S Tu...Going

2022 Recertification
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cheer 2022 Recertification Referees, the 2022 Recertification exams are now available online for all referee grades (except state and above-these will be coming soon...

Referee Cold Weather Wear
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umbrella Referee Cold Weather Long, black or USSF warm-ups are encouraged. NO team information on either jacket or pants. Black beanie caps, warm blac...

Hypothermia!
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umbrella HYPOTHERMIA HYPOTHERMIA HYPOTHERMIA Please read!! This is important for a referee to know-YOU are responsible for the player's safety while they are playing on your field. Watch for a skilled player who suddenly is uncoodinated/confused/"drunk" in appearance. Look for this after very active play-players overheats (all those layers of clothes-sweats)now stands and goes into hypothermia condition. This player needs to be under coaches care immediately! and often the new coaches won't recognize the medical condition-but you MUST, referees. So please read the following carefully. Hypothermia is a medical emergency that occurs when your body loses heat faster than it can produce heat, causing a dangerously low body temperature. Normal body temperature is around 98.6 F (37 C). Hypothermia (hi-po-THUR-me-uh) occurs as your body temperature passes below 95 F (35 C). When your body temperature drops, your heart, nervous system and other organs cannot work correctly. Left untreated, hypothermia eventually leads to complete failure of your heart and respiratory system and to death. Hypothermia is most often caused by exposure to cold weather or immersion in a cold body of water. Primary treatments are methods to warm the body back to a normal temperature. Shivering is your body's automatic defense against cold temperature — an attempt to warm itself. Constant shivering is a key sign of hypothermia. Signs and symptoms of hypothermia include: ■Shivering ■Clumsiness or lack of coordination ■Slurred speech or mumbling ■Stumbling ■Confusion or difficulty thinking ■Poor decision making, such as trying to remove warm clothes ■Drowsiness or very low energy ■Apathy, or lack of concern about one's condition ■Progressive loss of consciousness ■Weak pulse ■Shallow breathing A person with hypothermia usually isn't aware of his or her condition, because the symptoms often begin gradually and because the confused thinking associated with hypothermia prevents self-awareness.. In such cases, mild hypothermia may result in vague symptoms, and the typical shivering may not be present at all. Symptoms of mild hypothermia not related to extreme cold exposure may include: ■Confusion ■Lack of coordination ■Dizziness ■Nausea or vomiting ■Fatigue

State Cup Assigning Protocol
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cup STATE CUP GAMES ASSIGNING PROTOCOL You MUST be registered for 2022 to be assigned to 2022 matches. Please do not requ...

WYS NEW MASK POLICY
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cheer WYS NEW MASKPOLICY Return to Play Protocol Update for WYS Games - CURRENT PHASE 3 REGIONS: ALL Governor Inslee announced on May 13 that all ...

SSUL NEW MASK POLICY
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cheer SSUL NEW MASKPOLICY Return to Play Protocol Update for SSUL Games - All SSUL Counties in Phase 3 Based on updated status from Gov. Inslee a...

2021/2022 Law Changes - MUST Reads
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cheer 2021/2022 Law Changes - MUST Reads https://static-3eb8.kxcdn.com/documents/856/181831_170321_Law_Change...

Match Safety!
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umbrella Match Safety No jewelry! All earrings MUST be removed for player safety, not taped but removed. Can't be removed? Then can't play, according to laws of the g...

Direct Deposit
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payment Direct Deposit Trias will pay with Direct Deposit weekly if the official has their bank information posted under services/profile/preferences. Remember the acc...

Payment Policy
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payment Payment Policy All referees must submit their match and misconduct reports within 48 hours (by Tuesday night). If a referee has not submitted their report, s/h...

Return to Play Protocols for Match Officials
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Important Match Information
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cheer Important Match Information This is your choice and risk as an independent contractor to decide to officiate this season. If a youth, this should be di...

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 Greater Renton Highline

Welcome to the TriasSoccerCentralTriasSoccerCentral SiteSite on Tuesday, January 18th, 2022. We provide USSF Referee services to the Greater Renton, and Highline Soccer Associations in the general vicinity of Renton, Washington in the NorthWest corner of the continental United States. If you'd like a little more background information about us, check out the Information segment of our Site.

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