We need to remember that our kids are playing in a youth rec league. They're going to get youth-rec-league-quality officiating. The bad calls are probably going to even themselves out and if these officials are not driven away, they'll continue to gain experience, they'll continue to get better, and there will be fewer bad calls.
Many find youth sports to be an outlet for their parental care as well as for their passion for sports and competition. Sadly, their children's sports activities can so consume parents that they lose sight of what is best for their own children as well as the plight of children from less advantaged circumstances.
As a society, we need to start focusing more on sports as a vehicle to build teamwork and leadership abilities, improve sports skills, enhance fitness and health, gain experiences that teach lifetime lessons and shape values, develop friendships and less on scholarships, pro contracts and gold medals.