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Six Man Football Leagues - Six Man Football Information
Nine Man Football Leagues - Nine Man Football Information
Twelve Man Football Leagues - Twelve Man Football Information
Saskatchewan High School Athletic Association

 

 


Six Man Football Information

  1. 6-man competition is restricted to those schools that have fewer than 86 boys registered in grades 10 through 12.

  2. Any place in the rule book where the term 12 PLAYERS is used, substitute the term 6 PLAYERS.

  3. Any place in the rule book where reference is made to 20 YARDS (i.e. Hash Marks) substitute with 10 YARDS.

  4. For placement of the ball, on all occasions, subtract 5 yards from the indicated number. EXCEPTION - The ball must not be placed on the 5 yard line unless by reason of penalty.

  5. THE PLAYING FIELD:
    a) The field shall be 100 yards long (Goal line to goal line) and 40 yards wide.
    b) End zones shall be 10 yards deep.
    c) The 20 and 40 yards lines shall be of double thickness.
    d) Hash marks shall be located 13 yards from the side lines. If the natural boundary of the field is less than 10 yards behind the goal lines, such boundary shall be the DEAD LINE.

  6. The length of the game shall be 40 minutes of playing time, divided into four periods of 10 minutes each.

  7. The three-minute stop-time provision at the end of the 2nd and 4th quarters outlined in the rule book shall be played as TWO MINUTES AT THE END OF THE 2nd AND 4th QUARTERS.

  8. At the instant the ball is put into play, at least 3 players of the offensive team must be stationary on the line of scrimmage.

  9. The centre is an eligible pass receiver if he lines up on the end of the line of scrimmage and is wearing an eligible receiver's number. Any other player on the line, not occupying the outside position is an ineligible receiver.

  10. The convert after atouchdown in 6-man football will be worth (2) points, if kicked, and that a convert that involves running or passing the ball into the end zone is worth one (1) point.

  11. Teams may dress any number of players but only 22 medals will be provided by the SHSAA for the championship game.

  12. CONFERENCES:
    The province has been divided into four (4) conferences. Teams have been aligned into conferences and each must qualify for provincial playoffs through its specified conference. The make-up is as follows:

    a) Conference #1: 1A: Cupar, Ituna/Kelliher, Lemberg, Milestone, Southey. 2A: Broadview, Hudson Bay, Lanigan, Preeceville, Watson, Wynyard.

    b) Conference #2: 1A: Eatonia, Elrose, Eston, Gull Lake, Kerrobert, Plenty. 2A: Biggar, Hafford, Macklin, Spiritwood, Unity.

    c) Conference #3: 1A: Central Butte, Davidson, Hague, Hanley, Loreburn, LCBI. 2A: Caronport, Outlook, Rosetown, Watrous.

    d) Conference #4: 1A: Carrot River, Canora, Porcupine Plain, Raymore. 2A: - Aberdeen, Birch Hills, Meath Park, Prince Albert Collegiate Institute, Shellbrook, Rosthern, Wakaw.

  13. PLAYOFF DRAW: The provincial play-off structures for 1A and 2A six-man football will allow for 8 teams in the quarter final round of the playoffs. These teams will include the four (4) conference champions and four wild card teams. The wildcard teams will include the second place team in each conference. In a case where there is not a second team in a conference, that spot would be filled by the third team in the conference that the last provincial champion came from. The draw will be made in such a way that no team would play off against a team from their own conference, in the quarter final or the semi-final rounds by placing teams from mutual conferences on opposite sides of the draw. In the event that two teams from the same conference meet in the provincial final, the number one seed would host the provincial final.

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Six Man Football Leagues

1A SIX-MAN
Conference Number One

Cupar Wildcats
Ituna Trojans/Kelliher Cobras
Lemberg Eagles
Milestone Cougars
Southey Screaming Eagles

Conference Number Two
Eatonia Spartans
Elrose Eagles
Eston Mustangs
Gull Lake Lions
Kerrobert Rebels
Plenty Wildcats

Conference Number Three
Central Butte Bulldogs
Davidson Raiders
Hague Panthers
Hanley Sabres
LCBI Bisons
Loreburn Aztecs

Conference Number Four
Canora Cougars
Carrot River Wildcats
Porcupine Plain Bears
Raymore Rebels

2A SIX-MAN
Conference Number One

Broadview Bandits
Hudson Bay Riders
Lanigan Lazers
Preeceville Panthers
Watson Raiders
Wynyard Bears

Conference Number Two
Biggar Blazers
Hafford Vikings
Macklin Sabres
Spiritwood Rangers
Unity Warriors

Conference Number Three
Caronport Cougars
Outlook Blues
Rosetown Royals
Watrous Wildcats

Conference Number Four
Aberdeen Crusaders
Birch Hills Marauders
Meath Park Mustangs
Prince Albert Central Institute
Rosthern Huskies
Shellbrook Ardvarks
Wakaw Warriors

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Nine Man Football Information

  1. 9-man football is restricted to those schools which have fewer than 250 boys registered in grades 10 through 12.

  2. Any place in the rule book where the term 12 PLAYERS is used, substitute the term 9 PLAYERS.

  3. Any place in the rule book where reference is made to 20 YARDS (i.e. Hash Marks) substitute with 15 YARDS.

  4. For placement of the ball, on all occasions, except of converts, subtract 5 from the indicated number.

  5. THE PLAYING FIELD:
    a) The field shall be 100 yards long (Goal line to goal line) and 50 yards wide.
    b) End zones shall be 15 yards deep.
    c) The 20 and 40 yards lines shall be of double thickness.
    d) Hash marks shall be placed 15 yards from each side line. If the natural boundary of the field is less than 15 yards behind the goal line, such boundary shall be the DEAD LINE.

  6. The length of the game shall be 48 minutes of actual playing time, divided into four periods of 12 minutes each for all playoffs. A 15-minute rest period shall be allowed at the end of the second period - or other rest period as the teams do mutually agree on.

  7. At the instant the ball is put into play, at least 5 players of the offensive team must be on the line of scrimmage.

  8. Teams may dress any number of players, but only 36 medals will be provided by the SHSAA for the championship game.

  9. The centre is an eligible receiver when he lines up on the outside of the line of scrimmage and is wearing an eligible receiver's number. Any other player on the line, not occupying the outside position is an ineligible receiver.

  10. CONFERENCES: The province has been divided into 4 conferences. All teams have been aligned into a conference and each must qualify for the provincial playoffs through its specified conference. The make-up is as follows:

    a) Conference #1: Clavet, Humboldt, Melfort, Nipawin, Tisdale.

    b) Conference #2: Assiniboia, Fort Qu'Appelle, Indian Head, Lumsden, Maple Creek, Shaunavon.

    c) Conference #3: Esterhazy, Foam Lake, Melville, Yorkton (Sacred Heart).

    d) Conference #4: Delisle, Kindersley, Martensville, Meadow Lake, North Battleford (John Paul II), Warman.

  11. PLAYOFF DRAW
    The provincial play-off structures for nine-man football will allow for 8 teams in the quarterfinal round of the playoffs. These teams will include the four (4) conference champions and four wild card teams. The wildcard teams will include the second place team in each conference. The draw will be made in such a way that no team would play off against a team from their own conference, in the quarter final or the semi-final rounds by placing teams from mutual conferences on opposite sides of the draw. In the event that two teams from the same conference meet in the provincial final, the number one seed would host the provincial final.

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Nine Man Football Leagues

Conference #1
Clavet Cougars
Humboldt Mohawks
Melfort Comets
Nipawin Bears
Tisdale Tornadoes

Conference #2
Assiniboia Rockets
Fort Qu'Appelle Marauders
Indian Head Broncos
Lumsden Devils
Maple Creek Rebels
Shaunavon Shadows

Conference #3
Esterhazy Warriors
Foam Lake Panthers
Melville Cobras
Yorkton (Sacred Heart Saints)

Conference #4
Delisle Rebels
Kindersley Cobras
Martensville Royals
Meadow Lake Spartans
North Battleford (John Paul Crusaders)
Warman Wolverines

 

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Twelve Man Football Information

  1. The playing time of the game shall be 48 minutes divided into four periods of 12 minutes.

  2. The playoff shall be designed annually and be published in the BULLETIN.

  3. Teams may dress any number of players but only 50 medals will be provided by the SHSAA for the championship games.

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Twelve Man Football Leagues
Moose Jaw League
Regina League
Saskatoon League

Moose Jaw League
Central Cyclones
Estevan Elecs
Peacock Tornadoes
Swift Current Colts
Yorkton Regional Gridders
Vanier Vikings
Weyburn Eagles

Regina League
Balfour Redmen
Greenall Griffins
Campbell Tartans
Johnson Wildcats
Luther Lions
Leboldus Golden Suns
Riffel Royals
Miller Marauders
Notre Dame Hounds
O'Neill Titans
Sheldon Williams Spartans
Thom Trojans
Winston Knoll Wolverines
 

Saskatoon League
Aden Bowman Bears
Bishop Mahoney Saints
Bedford Road Redmen
Bethlehem Stars
Centennial Chargers
Evan Hardy Souls
Holy Cross Crusaders
Marion Graham Falcons
Mount Royal Mustangs
North Battleford Vikings
P.A. Carlton Crusaders
P.A. St. Mary's Blues
St. Joseph Guardians
Tommy Douglas Cougars
Walter Murray Mauraders