The purpose for which this association is organized is to develop amateur sports programs for the youth of the Hightstown and East Windsor Township areas and neighboring townships.

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Here, you'll be able to get news, information, schedules, rosters, game results, directions and much much more. Check back frequently for the latest information about our club.  Read more about HEWYBL here!

 

HEWYBL currently offers the following youth sports programs:

 

  • Mercer East Babe Ruth Baseball for 13-15 and 16-18 Year olds
  • HEWYBL Basketball for 5-18 Year Olds
  • NFL Flag for 5-18Year Olds
  • Wrestling
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COVID-19 Guidelines for Flag Football
04/08/2021
Covid Guidelines for HEWYBL 2021 Spring Flag Football   HEWYBL...
Concussion Awareness Training
12/07/2016
As many of you know, HEWYBL requires all coaches to take the Online...
On Line Coaches Application
11/13/2013
For the safety of your children HEWYBL uses a on line service call...
TD Bank Members
11/29/2009
Are you looking for a way to give to a great non-profit organization...
 
COVID-19 Guidelines for Flag Football

Covid Guidelines for HEWYBL 2021 Spring Flag Football

 

HEWYBL will be following state COVID-19 guidelines governing outdoor sports.  These may change before, or during, the season and we will update them as necessary.  Relevant guidelines are posted below.  The full guidelines can be found at: https://nj.gov/health/cd/documents/topics/NCOV/COVID_GuidanceForSportsActivities.pdf

General

  • HEWYBL will post signs reminding coaches, players, spectators and officials to socially distance, wear masks and use proper hand hygiene.
  • All coaches, players, spectators and officials who travel out-of-state and the immediate region should follow current NJ Department of Health travel guidelines related to quarantine.
  • Any coach, player, spectator or official showing symptoms of COVID-19 will not be allowed to participate
  • All coaches, players, spectators and officials should stay home when:
  • He or she has tested positive for COVID-19
  • Experiencing symptoms of COVID-19
  • Residing with someone experiencing symptoms of COVID-19
  • He or she has had close contact (6 feet for 15 minutes) of someone with COVID-19
  • If a player or coach tests positive for COVID-19, that person may not return to the field until cleared by a doctor
  • Depending on state guidelines once the season starts, it may be necessary to limit spectator attendance at games.

Spectators

  • Spectators should remain in the marked off spectator viewing areas.  These will be marked by a white line 5 yards off the sideline 5yards behind the end zones.
  • Disparate groups should remain at least 6 feet apart.
  • All spectators must wear masks (unless under the age of 2 or if wearing a mask would inhibit the individual’s health)
  • Try to limit carpools to family members
  • Spectators not following the state COVID-19 guidelines will be asked to leave the area.  If the person refuses to leave, the game will be ended.

Coaches

  • Temperate checks for coaches and players will be performed before each practice and each game.  Each coach will be provided with a touchless thermometer.
  • Coaches will wear masks during all practices and games.
  • Teams will occupy space on the same sideline, on opposite sides of mid-field.
  • Each sideline will have a crate with hand sanitizer, disinfecting wipes and extra masks for use by players and coaches.
  • Shared equipment such as footballs and wristbands should be washed or sanitized after each game/practice.
  • During games, each team will use its own football.  Any incomplete pass should be retrieved by an offensive player. The football should be sanitized at halftime.
  • Coaches should encourage practice activities that do not involve sustained person-to-person contact between players and/or coaches.  For example, focus on individual skill-building activities.
  • Teams will be permitted to have 2 pre-season practices; one practice per week during the regular season; and 2 practices per week during the playoffs.  Practices are limited to an hour and a half.

Players

  • Players will wear masks when not engaging in vigorous activity (i.e. standing on the sideline); Players should try to state 6 feet away from others, when possible. The assistant coach should make sure players are wearing masks on the sideline.  Players will not wear masks on the playing field.
  • If masks are not worn on the sideline, game officials will penalize the team for unsportsmanlike conduct.
  • Players should bring their own food, water and equipment (including flags) and make sure these items are clearly marked with the player’s name.  There should be no sharing of food, drink or equipment (except footballs).  
  • Players should sanitize their equipment and hands immediately following practices and games.
  • Players should keep their mouth guards in their mouths at all times.
  • No spitting handshakes or high fives, etc.  After games, the teams will line up at their respective 45-yard lines to wish each other well for the rest of the season.

Officials

  • Game officials will wear masks except when announcing penalties.
  • Game officials will use electronic whistles.
  • Game officials will not handle the game balls, but they will handle the beanbags marking the line of scrimmage and the blitz line.
  • If team members are not wearing mask on the sideline, officials can offer a warning and then penalize the team for unsportsmanlike conduct.

by posted 04/08/2021
Concussion Awareness Training

As many of you know, HEWYBL requires all coaches to take the Online Consussion Training offered by the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC).  We are now rolling this awareness program to parents/guardians of our youth athletes. Attached is a link for the Concussions Awareness Fact Sheet which all should review.  This Fact Sheet is also located in our Documents tab from the Home Page.  The Online Concussion Training is required for coaches and recommended for parents and others helping to keep athletes safe from concussion.  The free course takes only 30 minutes to complete and keeps our children safe.

For Coaches and Parents

Concussion Awareness Fact Sheet

Required for Coaches and recommended for Parents

Online Concussion Training


by posted 12/07/2016
On Line Coaches Application

For the safety of your children HEWYBL uses a on line service call "Protect Youth Sports" to run background checks on all our coaches.  The link can be found on our home page on the right hand panel.


by posted 11/13/2013
TD Bank Members

Are you looking for a way to give to a great non-profit organization (HEWYBL) which gives a lot to the kids of the Hightstown/East Windsor Community?  Just by being a member of TD Bank you can help!

Please review the documents below.  If you have accounts with TD Bank, starting Monday you should call Bridget Wiese and tell her your name and account numbers and HEWYBL will receive a donation every year.   

If any other family, friends or business have TD Bank accounts, please provide our name to them and they can also have us affiliated with their accounts and we will receive a yearly donation.

If people want to open new accounts the bank will give them $25 and we will also get a donation every year.

Thank you for your continued help and support!

Affinity Bank Document 1
Affinity Bank Document 2


by posted 11/29/2009
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