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Officials

The OSAA appreciates the vital role that officials play in the administration of high school activities. We hope you'll find what you need on the OSAA website and our links to other sites and resources. This page is intended to assist you in achieving your goals as an official and to help clarify the policies regarding officials. All high school officials and associations are certified and chartered by the OSAA for the following sports: football, volleyball, soccer, basketball, wrestling, baseball, and softball.


Oregon Athletic Officials Association

The Oregon Athletic Officials Association (OAOA) seeks to advance high school officiating in Oregon by representing the state's officials and associations and promoting:
"One Rule, One Mechanic, One Interpretation"

All OSAA certified officials are members of the OAOA. Officials are encouraged to contact the OAOA directly for any questions or further clarification.

Oregon Athletic Officials Association

www.oreofficials.org
Jack Folliard, Executive Director
(503) 975-4488

Debi Hanson, Associate Executive Director
(503) 682-6722 x242


OSAA/OAOA Central Hub

A lot of information and great resources for officials can be found on the OSAA/OAOA Central Hub hosted on ArbiterSports. Officials registration, testing, training, and a lot more information is up on the Central Hub. Click the Central Hub button or one of the icons below.


Football

Volleyball

Soccer

Basketball

Wrestling

Baseball

Softball


OSAA State Rules Clinics

The OSAA holds several rules clinics for each sport prior to each sports season for commissioners of local associations.

Professional Organizations

The OSAA works closely with several professional organizations that relate to high school athletic officials. Follow the links below for additional information.
 

Resources for Recruiting Officials

In effort to assist Local Officials Association recruit officials, the OSAA and the OAOA have created a repository of recruitment resources. These resources include marketing ideas, template brochures, media files, and other helpful materials.


Set an Association Schedule

Associations should build a schedule for the whole calendar year. Include on your annual schedule when to start recruitment before your sport's season. It is recommended to start recruiting efforts at least 2 months prior to the start of your season.


Tips on Recruiting

  • Plan ahead, set a schedule
  • Start early
  • Budget, recruiting is a wise investment for associations


Add to This Collection

Do you have something to share? E-mail recruitment resources to Jack Folliard, jfolliard@comcast.net, to have your item posted to this page.


OSAA Officials Recruitment and Retention Committee

Meeting Schedule and Minutes

The OSAA ad-hoc Officials Recruitment and Retention Committee meeting schedule and minutes can be found on the committee page.

Benefits of Officiating

Current officials and association leaders are already likely to know to perks of officiating. Sometimes, there are other aspects that may be overlooked. Below is a list that associations and officials have come up with to draw new officials.


Why Officiate?

  • Stay in the game; be a part of the sport you love
    It's a great way to stay involved in the sport. The great thing about being an official is that you are an active participant in the game and you actually get to be on the field and not on the sideline or in the stands.
  • Flexible scheduling; as an Independent Contractor, you choose your schedule
  • It's the ultimate college job; earn money working around your college schedule
  • Give back to your community
    Officiating is a way to give something back to the community. The sports official is a role model who is charged with enforcing the concepts of fair play and good sportsmanship. It provides a unique opportunity to positively influence young people.
  • Face new challenges and grow
    Officiating affords an individual the opportunity to develop interpersonal skills and to hone one's judgment skills. Officiating requires you to make instantaneous decisions, resolve conflicts, and deal with stress and pressure. It demands good communications skills and the ability to think on your feet. The ability to work a game fairly and smoothly is a skill one can be proud of.

Online Advertising

Online advertising, also called online marketing or Internet advertising or web advertising, is a form of marketing and advertising which uses the Internet to deliver promotional marketing messages to consumers. This includes email marketing, search engine marketing (SEM), social media marketing, many types of display advertising (including web banner advertising), and mobile advertising.

Online advertising is widely used across virtually all industry sectors and many associations have had increased response to online ads.


How-To Guides

Advertise on Craigslist
Learn how to advertise for free on Craigslist
Advertise on Facebook
Learn how to advertise on Facebook


Sample Craigslist Ad
Blurb of editable text to post on Craigslist (MVSRA - Soccer)

Recruitment Ideas


Host an Officiating Job Fair



Association Recruiting Programs

Send Jack Folliard, jfolliard@comcast.net, your recruiting ideas.

  • Refer a Friend Recruiting Program:
    Suggested by Ken Woods, Commissioner of Salem Football Officials Association.
    1. Member recruits a new official, that new official registers with the OSAA, receives a packet, attends weekly training classes, and works a schedule.
    2. The next year, this same rookie official comes back and registers with the OSAA for the second year, the recruiting official receives $40 cash from the association at the beginning of the season. If you recruit two new officials, you receive $80 cash, if you recruit three or more, you receive $100 cash (cap at some amount, i.e. $100 maximum).

Sign-Up and Register to Become an Official


How to Register as an Official

  1. First, determine which sport and Local Officials Association you want to join. You can use the Association Lookup Tool to find the closest association near a given ZIP code or high school. The Associations tab also contains a list of all Local Official Associations.
  2. Are you at least 18 years old?
    • Yes, continue on to Step 3.
    • No, if you are under 18 years old, you will need to contact your association's Commissioner in order to request an exception for youth referees. (These exceptions start with Commissioners, contact your Commissioner with an email expressing your interest to officiate.) Your Commissioner will then provide you with different registration instructions; do not continue to Step 3.
  3. Complete the Online Registration process. Registration is completed through the OSAA/OAOA Central Hub on ArbiterSports. The online registration form is fairly self explanatory and contains contact information if you need assistance. The registration process includes:
    • Choosing a portal
    • Selecting a sport
    • Providing contact information and a mailing address
    • Consenting to a background check
    • Agreeing to an Independent Contractor notification
    • Selecting your Local Officials Association
    • Paying registration fees online
    Choosing a Portal There are two registration options available for officials registering with the OSAA:
    Oregon Portal - this portal should be selected if you are a member or plan to be a member of a Local Officials Association chartered in the state of Oregon in any of the seven sports (Football, Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball, or Softball).
    Affiliate Portal - this portal should be selected if you are a member of an officiating association located outside of Oregon but will be officiating contests within Oregon's border. This option should also be selected if the Commissioner of your association has indicated that you should complete the affiliate registration process even though you may be a member of an Oregon association.
  4. Look for your Officials Packet in the mail. Your packet includes an OSAA badge and rules books. See the "Officials Packets" section and "Registration Fees" table for additional information.
  5. Complete the required annual Certification Tests. Refer to the Certification/Eligibility tab for additional information including all certification requirements for officials, links to online rules exams, concussion testing information, and OCEP requirements. If you are a new official, it is recommended to attend at least one of your association's training meetings before taking the rules exam.
  6. Get Training from your Local Officials Association. Check with your association for any additional membership requirements, training meeting schedule, and assignment procedures.

2017-18 OSAA Officials Registration and Testing Timelines

FALL WINTER SPRING
Registration/Testing Opens Mon. 6/19/2017 Mon. 9/18/2017 Mon. 1/8/2018
Test Review Opens Mon. 8/14/2017 Mon. 11/13/2017 Mon. 2/26/2018
First Contest/Jamboree Dates Thurs. 8/24/2017 Wed. 11/29/2017 Mon. 3/12/2018
Testing/Registration Closes Fri. 10/20/2017 Fri. 2/16/2018 Wed. 5/16/2018


2017-18 Registration Fees


Multi-sport officials receive a discount if registering for multiple sports withing the same membership year.

Officials Packets

Once you have completed the online registration process and consented to a criminal background check, the OSAA office will mail you an officials packet. Packets are send via US Postal Service to the mailing address provided in the registration process. Officials will be sent an email once their packet ships with a tracking number.

Please allow up to 5 business days to receive your packet.

If you have not received your officials packet, please contact Meridith Pyle at the OSAA office by calling (503) 682 - 6722 x224 or email meridithp@osaa.org. Packet contents vary by sport and additional information on exactly what is included for each sport's officials packet can be found with a price break-down of each item by clicking the specific sport to the left.


Certification Requirements for OSAA Officials

Per AOH Rule 4.1, in order to be a certified official:
  1. The official must be at least 18 years of age. (Exceptions for youth officials are made by the OSAA Executive Director.)
  2. The official must be a member in good standing of a local officials association.
  3. The official must complete the annual OSAA online officials registration process.
  4. The official must attend six study/training meetings or complete 10 hours of approved training.
  5. The official must pass a criminal conviction history screening; officials cannot have been convicted of:
    1. A felony involving the use, possession or sale of a controlled substance within the last 10 years. The 10-year period of ineligibility to officiate shall commence from the date of suspension from officiating duties or from the date of conviction - whichever occurred first; or
    2. A crime involving the use or threatened use of violence against a person within the last 10 years. The 10-year period of ineligibility to officiate shall commence from the date of suspension from officiating duties or from the date of conviction - whichever occurred first; or
    3. A crime involving a minor child at any time.
  6. The official must receive annual concussion training.

The full list of certification requirements can be found in the OSAA Athletic Officials Handbook (AOH).

Concussion Training


Concussion
Training
All OSAA certified officials in all sports must complete an annual OSAA concussion training course. Training must be completed before officials are allowed to officiate any contest.
» Course Instructions

NFHS Rules Examinations


Online Exams
Officials must annually pass an online rules exam for each sport they officiate. Testing is administered online through ArbiterSports. Exams are open book; no time limit. Officials have 3 attempts to complete the exam.


Certification Levels and Eligibility Badges


Eligibility
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To help officials and Commissioners understand the certification levels for officials listed in AOH Rule 4.2, the ArbiterSports system assigns officials digital eligibility badge icons representing the highest level of certification that official has obtained. The badges correspond to the levels of certification as follows.

Only one badge with the highest level of certification will be shown on ArbiterSports.*

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Registered - The official has completed the annual OSAA online officials registration process and passed a criminal conviction history screening (see (e) above). Registered officials who have not obtained a higher level of certification are prohibited from officiating any OSAA sanctioned contest.

Sub-Varsity - The official has met the requirements of a registered official, taken the relevant NFHS sport examination, and completed any other required components (including (f) above). Sub-varsity certified officials are not allowed to officiate OSAA sanctioned contests above the sub-varsity level.

Varsity - The official has met the requirements of a sub-varsity official, scored at least 75% on the NFHS sport examination, and completed any other required components. Varsity certified officials are allowed to officiate varsity and sub-varsity OSAA sanctioned contests.

Playoff - The official has met the requirements of a varsity official, scored at least 90% on the NFHS sport examination, has OCEP Principles certification (see requirements), obtained and has current OCEP Playoff certification (see requirements), and completed any other required components. Playoff certified officials are allowed to officiate any level of OSAA sanctioned contest and OSAA State Championship events.

It is the responsibility of the local officials association to establish membership and assigning criteria. Such additional qualifications may be no less stringent than the requirements established in the Athletic Officials Handbook.

*Note: ArbiterSports assigns eligibility badges twice a day around 11 o'clock. It may take a while for the system to recognize eligibility completion requirements; for example, if an official only recently completes the rules exam, their badge may not appear until up to 12 hours later. The highest level of certification badge will be displayed. If an official obtains the playoff level of certification and receives a black badge icon, they are eligible to officiate sub-varsity, varsity, and playoff contests. However, an official that only has an orange sub-varsity badge cannot be assigned to a varsity level contest.

Officials Certification and Education Program

The OSAA/OAOA Officials Certification and Education Program (OCEP) is designed to ensure that Oregon officials statewide are trained in a consistent and standardized manner. There are two components: OCEP Principles certification (AOH Rule 4.3) and sport specific OCEP Playoff certification (AOH Rule 10.2).

OCEP Principles Certification

OCEP Principles Certification


Mandatory
One-Time Requirement

Must obtain within first 3 years of officiating; required for playoff level of certification
As part of the Officials Certification and Education Program (OCEP), officials must obtain OCEP Principles certification within the first three years of officiating.

OCEP Principles certification is gained by attending a course or clinic approved by the OAOA Executive Board on the basic principles of officiating or by completing the online NFHS Interscholastic Officiating Course.

This requirement does not apply to officials certified by the OSAA in 2005-06 or prior; or any transfer official previously licensed or certified by a state high school governing body.

Each local association should conduct an annual OCEP Principles course. It is highly suggested that these courses are offered to other neighboring associations of other sports to have a diverse participant base. For additional information, please refer to the OAOA Website.

OCEP Playoff Certification

OCEP Playoff Certification


Required for OSAA Playoffs
Must Obtain
Recertify to Maintain

Must obtain and be currently certified for playoff level of certification
As part of the Officials Certification and Education Program (OCEP), officials selected to officiate any OSAA State Championship event must have obtained and be currently certified in their sport specific OCEP Playoff certification.

Obtaining Certification

To obtain OCEP Playoff certification, officials shall have completed an OCEP Playoff Certification Clinic, or other camp, clinic, or certifying procedure substantially equivalent and approved by the OAOA Executive Board in the applicable sport. Soccer officials obtain OCEP Playoff certification by completing the USSF Grade 8 Referee Course.

Recertification Requirement

To maintain and have current OCEP Playoff certification:
  • Football, Volleyball, Basketball, Baseball, and Softball officials must recertify every five years via re-obtaining certification as described above.
  • Wrestling officials must recertify every three years via re-obtaining certification as described above.
  • Soccer officials must recertify every five years by attending one of the following training opportunities: Oregon Referee Committee Regional Referee Clinic (also known as the ORC Intermediate Training Clinic), ORC Big Training Weekend, or a training session or clinic which is substantially equivalent to the previous two options as determined by the OSAA Soccer State Rules Interpreter

Officials can check their individual OCEP certification status by looking at their ArbiterSports profile/custom fields or in the Eligibility Center.


OSAA State Championship Officials

Requirements

To officiate any OSAA State Championship event which includes contests in the first round of playoffs through the final contest, officials shall meet each of the following requirements:
  • Be selected by their local officials association*.
  • Be OSAA certified per AOH Rule 4.1.
  • Obtained playoff level certification per AOH Rule 4.2.d.
  • Obtained OCEP Principles certification per AOH Rule 4.3.
  • Obtained and be currently certified in their sport specific OCEP Playoff certification per AOH Rule 10.2.
  • Have a minimum officiating experience at the varsity level (unless granted an exception by the OSAA Executive Director):
    1. At least three years of varsity officiating experience for all sport officials, and
    2. At least five years of varsity soccer officiating experience to be eligible for assignment as the center referee for 6A and 5A OSAA Soccer State Championship events.
  • Be a member of a local association which:
    1. Services 6A or 5A classification schools during the regular season to be eligible to officiate any OSAA State Championship event involving 6A or lower classification schools, or
    2. Services 4A or lower classification schools during the regular season to be eligible to officiate any OSAA State Championship event involving 4A and lower classification schools.
  • Be an official who has officiated:
    1. At least one regular season contest, for all sports, and
    2. At least three regular season contests in each gender in basketball to be eligible for OSAA Basketball State Championship events, or
    3. At least two regular season matches in each gender in soccer to be eligible for OSAA Soccer State Championship events.

*State championship and playoff official selections shall be made by the commissioner or local association with input from the schools serviced by that association. Local associations may impose more restrictive criteria at their discretion regarding selection procedures. Wrestling officials are selected according to the process outlined in AOH Appendix A.

Consecutive Year Representation at Final Sites

Officials may be assigned to OSAA State Championship final sites in consecutive years as follows:
  • Football, Soccer, Baseball, and Softball - no limitation.
  • Volleyball and Basketball - limit of two consecutive years at any final site, regardless of classification.
  • Wrestling - see AOH Appendix A

Playoff Assignments by Sport/Round

Playoffs Football Volleyball Soccer Basketball Baseball Softball
1st Round Local Assoc. Local Assoc. Local Assoc. Local Assoc. Local Assoc. Local Assoc.
2nd Round Non-Local Assoc. Non-Local Assoc. Non-Local Assoc. Non-Local Assoc. Local Assoc. Local Assoc.
QF Round Non-Local Assoc. OSAA/Final Site Non-Local Assoc. OSAA/Final Site Local Assoc. Local Assoc.
SF Round OSAA/Rotating Assoc. OSAA/Final Site Non-Local Assoc. OSAA/Final Site Local Assoc. Local Assoc.
Consolation - - OSAA/Final Site - - OSAA/Final Site - - - -
Final OSAA/Rotating Assoc. OSAA/Final Site OSAA/Final Site OSAA/Final Site OSAA/Final Site OSAA/Final Site

Local Assoc. - The host school's local officials association will provide an officiating crew.
Non-Local Assoc. - A non-local officials association will provide an officiating crew; any local association servicing more than 7.5% of schools sponsoring the activity shall be considered a non-local association.
OSAA/Rotating Assoc. - The OSAA shall assign an officials association based on a rotating schedule to provide an officiating crew.
OSAA/Final Site - The contest will be played at a final site and officials will be assigned individually by the OSAA.

OSAA Rules, Policies, and Forms for Officials and Contests

Note: OSAA contest officials are not to interpret OSAA rules. Practice/game limitations, player eligibility, and other rules governing schools outside of the NFHS rules of that particular sport do not fall under the purview of the official.

Assignments to OSAA Sanctioned Contests

Per OSAA Board Policy 51, OSAA certified officials are required for all OSAA sanctioned activities at the varsity and junior varsity levels including jamborees*. Contests with participants of differing levels are considered a contest at the higher of the two levels (i.e. a varsity team playing a junior varsity team is considered a varsity level contest). Schools have the responsibility to request permission from their local officials association to use non-certified officials at sub-varsity contests where certified officials are not required.

*Exception: OSAA certified officials are required in baseball and softball at the varsity level only. OSAA certified officials are required in football at all sub-varsity levels.
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Soccer
Basketball
Wrestling
Baseball
Softball


Resource Links

These are some of the OSAA policies and forms that relate directly to officials.

State Rules Interpreters

The following people are the State Rules Interpreters (SRI) for their respective sports. Commissioners and officials are encouraged to contact the SRI for rules clarifications.
Football Clark Sanders football.sri@osaa.org
Volleyball Debi Hanson volleyball.sri@osaa.org
Soccer Patrick Duffy soccer.sri@osaa.org
Basketball Steve Bulen basketball.sri@osaa.org
Swimming Jacki Allender swimming.sri@osaa.org
Wrestling Scott Hall wrestling.sri@osaa.org
Baseball Tad Cockerill baseball.sri@osaa.org
Softball John Christensen softball.sri@osaa.org

Local Officials Associations

The following list shows every local officials association and Commissioner by sport.

For updates, corrections, and additions, please e-mail support@osaa.org.

Football

Blue Mountain Football Officials Association

Bill Zyph Eastern

Central Oregon Football Officials Association

Kurt Renstrom Central

Douglas County Football Officials Association

Roy Palmer Southern

Klamath Falls Football Officials Association

Eddie Lewis Southern

Lane County Football Officials Association

Mike Whitty Valley

Lower Columbia Football Officials Association

Bob Rose Northweset

Malheur County Football Officials Association (3rd District)

Scott Orr Eastern

Mid-Columbia Football Officials Association

Bob McFadden Gorge

Midwestern Football Officials Association

Cliff Filley Valley

Northeast Oregon Football Officials Association

Pete Caldwell Eastern

Portland Football Officials Association

Dave Robbins Metro

Rogue Valley Football Officials Association

John Campbell Southern

Salem Football Officials Association

Ken Woods Valley

Southwestern Oregon Football Officials Association

Boyd Bjorkquist Coast

Volleyball

Blue Mountain Volleyball

Darla Huxel Eastern

Central Oregon Volleyball Association

Layla Solar Central

Douglas County Volleyball

Robert Freeman Southern

Emerald Empire Volleyball Officials

Korenza Jones Valley

Greater Portland Volleyball Officials Association

Debi Hanson Metro

Klamath County Volleyball

Patricia Card Southern

Malheur County Volleyball Officials Association (3rd District)

Gail Garwick Eastern

Mid-Columbia Volleyball

Joyce Phillips Gorge

Mid-Valley Volleyball Officials Association

Darci Garwood Valley

North Coast Volleyball

Teena Toyas Coast

Northeast Oregon Volleyball

Casey Hampton Eastern

Salem Volleyball Officials Association

Annie Dudley Valley

Southern Oregon Volleyball

Joann Hartley Southern

Southwest Longview Volleyball

Michal-Ann Watts Metro

Southwest Oregon Volleyball

Thomas Dill Coast

Three Rivers Volleyball

Teena Foster Southern

Tri-Co Volleyball

Gordon Beil Eastern

Soccer

Blue Mountain Soccer

Ron Smith Eastern

Central Oregon Soccer Officials Association

Mehdi Salari Central

Coos/Brookings Soccer

David Dodgen Coast

Cowlitz County Soccer

Virginia Mahoney Metro

Douglas County Soccer

Chris Davidson Southern

Hermiston Soccer Officials Association

Jason Torres Eastern

Klamath Soccer Referees

Mark Dodson Southern

Lane County Soccer Referees Association

John Hoffmann Valley

Metropolitan Interscholastic Soccer Officials Association

Janet Irigoyen Metro

Mid-Columbia Soccer

Bob Ford Gorge

Mid-Valley Soccer Referees Association

Marcus Eng Valley

North Coast Soccer

Lee Laxson Coast

Salem Soccer Referees Association

Harry Garabedian Valley

Southern Oregon Soccer

Raynee Wilson Southern

Southwest Idaho Soccer Referee Association

Riley Jones Eastern

Basketball

Blue Mountain Basketball Officials Association

George Gillette Eastern

Central Oregon Basketball

Bob Reichert Central

Douglas County Basketball

Steve Perkins Southern

Grants Pass Basketball

Bill Bigelow Southern

Klamath Falls Basketball

Pete Whisler Southern

Lane County Basketball Officials Association

Mike Whitty Valley

Lower Columbia Basketball Officials Association

Bob Rose Metro

Mid-Columbia Basketball

Chris Kaseberg Gorge

Mid-Valley Basketball Officials Association

Dave Brooks Valley

North Coast Basketball Officials Association

Martin Bue Coast

Northeast Oregon Basketball

Dave Comfort Eastern

Portland Basketball Officials Association

Steve Scott Metro

Rogue Valley Basketball Officials Association

Vern Loy Southern

Salem Basketball Officials Association

Steve Bulen Valley

South Coast Basketball Officials Association

Bob Fields Coast

Strawberry Basketball

Randy Fulton Central

Third District Officials Association

Darren Krzesnik Eastern

Wrestling

Albany Wrestling Officials Association

Jim Phillips Valley

Blue Mountain Wrestling

Dale Freeman Eastern

Central Oregon Wrestling

Steven Sabine Central

Douglas Wrestling

Tony Griffin Southern

Klamath Falls Wrestling

Scott Teeples Southern

Lane County Wrestling

Michael Gasper Valley

Malheur Wrestling Officials Association

Rich Kriete Eastern

Metro West Wrestling Officials Association

Masao Miyake Metro

Northeast Oregon Wrestling

Doug Hislop Eastern

Portland Wrestling Officials Association

Rex Stratton Metro

Rogue Valley Wrestling

Lester McFall Southern

Salem Wrestling Officials Association

Rick Wallace Valley

Southwest Oregon Wrestling

Jay Grassham Southern

Baseball

Blue Mountain Baseball

Rick Jaggars Eastern

Central Oregon Baseball

Bob Reichert Central

Douglas County Baseball

Mike Goetz Southern

Klamath Falls Umpires Association

John Lynch Southern

Lane County Umpires Association

Paul Saffell Valley

Lower Columbia Baseball

Dave Andrew Metro

Malheur County Baseball Officials Association (3rd District)

Kevin Leishman Eastern

Mid-Columbia Baseball

Bob Ford Gorge

Mid-Valley Baseball

Dan Cleary Valley

North Coast Baseball

Tim Zillman Coast

Northeast Oregon Baseball

Dave Comfort Eastern

Northeast Oregon Baseball Satellite

Gordon Beil Eastern

Portland Baseball Umpires Association

Todd Ellis Metro

Rogue Valley Baseball

Rick Landis Southern

Salem Baseball Umpires Association

John Whittemore Valley

Southwest Oregon Umpires Association

Bob Fields Coast

Softball

Blue Mountain Softball

Rick Jaggars Eastern

Central Oregon Softball

Bob Reichert Central

Douglas County Softball

Mike Goetz Southern

Klamath Falls Softball

John Lynch Southern

Lane County Softball Umpires Association

Dale Shrum Valley

Lower Columbia Softball

Dave Andrew Metro

Malheur County Softball Officials Association (3rd District)

Ted Pettet Eastern

Mid-Columbia Softball

Bob Ford Gorge

Mid-Valley Softball

Keet Dailey Valley

North Coast Softball

Tim Zillman Coast

Northeast Oregon Softball

Dave Comfort Eastern

Portland Softball Umpires Association

Jim Miles Metro

Rogue Valley Softball

John Graham Southern

Salem Fast Pitch Umpires Association

Denny Palanuk Valley

Southwest Oregon Umpires Association

Bob Fields Coast

Three Rivers Softball

Bruce Foster Southern