We provide top quality sports officials (Referees & Umpires) for mutliple sports for Brevard, Volusia, and Indian River County public and private schools.
The MCOA Hall of Fame induction ceremony will be held on Saturday August 26, 2023, starting at 5:30 at the P.O.W. / M.I.A. Community Center (formerly known as Pineda Landing), located on US 1, just north of Pineda causeway (5995 N. US Highway 1, Melbourne, FL 32940).
If you would like to attend please send an email to:
Pictures and Video from last year's event may be viewed in the ABOUT section.
Gary Shiffrin had a 42-year career tied to the Brevard County public school system before his retirement in 2013. He relished the opportunity to impact kids as an educator.
Shiffrin's record included service as dean of students, coach, assistant principal, principal and athletic director. Additionally, he was heavily involved with the Cape Coast Conference, which included all Brevard and Indian River County schools. He started as the secretary and treasurer and eventually assumed the role of Commisssioner in 1991. Shiffrin held that position for 21 years.
The Mid Coast Officials Association 2023 General Membership Meeting was held on Monday, June 26 at 6:30pm.
Meeting details forthcoming. Contact your Sport Comissioner for further details.
This is unfortunately not a unique story. It is happening all across the country. MCOA is always looking for sports officials across our 9 sports (football, basketball, baseball, softball, volleyball, wrestling, soccer, girls lacrosse, boys lacrosse). See our web site for more information about why you should become a sports official and instructions on how to become a sports official.
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The MCOA would like to acknowledge our team members that have gone home after the final whistle. This page is dedicated to them, their families, friends and loved ones so they might know we have remembered them and their life that was a part of our team.
Missed and not forgotten
This is a plea for help for our Sports Officials (Referees and Umpires). Many who read this post may have a loved one who plays sports, or you play sports, or you just enjoy watching sports. Sports official assault is unfortunately a growing issue. According to the National Federation of State High School Associations, 80% of high school sports officials quit before their third year.
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Thank you Roy Holbeck for your many years of service. Please welcome back Duane Summers as the MCOA Football Commissioner!
The Mid-Coast Officials Association (MCOA) is looking for new refereees and umpires.
The MCOA, through its unique multi-sports model, strives to:
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