Ask just about anyone who belongs to the IEFOA, and they will tell you they love the game. Press them further, and they will probably tell you they enjoy the camaraderie just as much - if not more. That is why we are actively seeking men and women who love the game just as much as we do to join our ranks and serve our communities.
A 40-second play clock will probably be the most notable, and most difficult, changes to high school football in 2019. The NFHS adopted the new timing rules during its committee meeting in January. That means, starting this season, teams and officials will have to get used to a new pace of play - and so will clock operators!
Those who know Tim Peterson (Timmy P) know he's not one to crave publicity. That's what made this week's article about him in the Spokesman-Review genuinely ironic.
As our season winds down and you start to look forward to your paycheck, I’d like to provide an opportunity for us to give back to the community.
The Washington Officials Association this week distributed a specific set of instructions to ensure proper operation of game and play clocks at stadiums and field across the state.
The Inland Empire Football Association, the Greater Spokane League and District 7 schools now have a standard protocol for dealing with air quality concerns. (dowload available)