Each game that is being played, whether it is a 2nd grade game or a varsity contest between two rivals, is the most important game that those players, coaches, fans and administrators have on that day!

Call the Game strives to have the best officials available for each contest. Supply and demand dictates the availability of officials and umpires that will be available to work. Involvement in youth sports continues to grow at a rapid pace, as well as the number of facilities in our area. In the mean time, the number of active officials has dropped over the years.

Call The Game constantly recruits new and experienced officials through out the year. We train and evaluate on a regular basis. A blog for rules and game situations has been set up on this website to assist in difficult plays and to establish a better consistency throughout the officiating community. Coaches and administrators are welcome to join us.

As a practice, Call the Game works hard in changing up the officials. We do not put an official at one game site each week. (we do have clients that request this) It is our philosophy that we move officials from game site to game site.

We also believe in fresh legs and attitude. While an official can probably go all day, we believe they need a break. As a general rule, an official will work a maximum of 3 games and then take a break before working another contest.

Call the Game will work with fellow assigners to ensure good communication for all area schools and officials.
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