The WOJFC league chairman has not returned multiple calls for comment as of Friday morning from the Journal-News.
The Middletown teams were scheduled to play the next two weekends and possibly advance to the league playoffs.
But on the WOJFC website, the schedule says Middletown has “no game” scheduled for the rest of the season.
Parents said they wanted their children to have an opportunity to finish the regular season in the next two weeks and to compete in postseason tournaments. If the season is cut short, multiple parents urged the coaches to seek other tournaments to enter. Some said they also want Middletown to join another league next season.
Issues that parents said may have led to the suspension include playing extra games and players on one of the Middletown teams in grades kindergarten through sixth grades were not wearing proper protective gear, an infraction that they said was corrected early in the season. They also said Middletown fans were accused of misbehaving in the stands, but several of them defended their actions as being supportive.