COACH: Mike Smith

Contact Information:

Phone: (717) 793-9216

ASSISTANT COACHES: Bruce and Diane Wargo

Phone: (717) 757-5127

COVID-19 COORDINATOR for Bocce: Becky Rinehart

Contact Information:

Phone: (717) 873-0175



Saturdays, 6:00-8:00 p.m.
August 7, 14, 21, 28

Saturdays, 4:00-6:00 p.m.
September 11, 18
No practice September 4 and September 25
October 2, 9, 16, 23, 30


Sunday, September 26 — Central Fall Sectional, Juniata College
Sunday, October 17 — York Tournament
Friday-Sunday, November 5-7 — Fall Festival, Villanova University
Participation in the tournaments is not guaranteed; qualifications have to be met in order to participate. We will be scoring as soon as possible. Everyone will need to be scored in order to compete.


Parents and Caregivers: Please be available to stay for the first practice which your athlete attends in order to go over the rules.


LOCATION: York Township Park, Oak Road, Spry

DIRECTIONS: south on Queen Street (past York Tech), left on Oak Rd. (Campbell’s Music on corner), proceed to stop sign, continue straight into park, bocce court on right.


  1. SOPA requires that All Participants in our Fall 2021 Bocce program must complete this online waiver form. If the participant is not able to complete the form on the computer, then they should contact the Bocce Covid-19 Coordinator, Becky by phone (717-873-0175). Waiver forms must be submitted before you can attend.
  2. Here’s some hints to simplify completion of the waiver form:
    • The Bocce Covid Coordinator is Rebecca Rinehart
    • The location for Bocce practice is York Township Park, Spry, PA
  3. Did you notice we said all “Participants” must complete waiver forms? A participant is an athlete, coach, or Volunteer who plans to interact with athletes. Parents/Caregivers who have not completed waivers, will be considered “Spectators” and must not interact with other athletes. Only “Participants” will be able to sit court-side. Spectators will need to sit further off court – perhaps even in the pavilion if available, or in their cars, or up the hill a bit further.
  4. The level of protocols may need to be increased if community spread rate increases. Right now, unvaccinated participants must wear a mask except when actively engaged in sports training and competition. Everyone is encouraged to wear masks and practice social distancing.
  5. All “Participants” will be screened at a common entry-point to each training session.
  6. All attendees need to bring their own water bottles and other personal protective equipment like masks.
  7. Hand sanitizer will be available, and athletes will be encouraged to use it before and after play.
  8. Athletes will adhere to all other protocols outlined in the waiver form.