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Tuesday, August 15
The 95/96 Columbus Blizzard is an under-11 girls soccer team located in Columbus, Nebraska.  The team is a member of the Columbus Soccer Club, the Nebraska State Soccer Association, and United States Youth Soccer.  The coaches are dedicated to helping each player reach her fullest potential through fundamental skills development. 

The Blizzard completed the 2006 spring/summer season with a record of 16-0.
 They opened the fall season with a 3-0 record at the Elkhorn Soccer Festival, giving them five championship titles in 2006. 

In their first six weeks of league competition, the Blizzard are 6-0, giving them a 2006 record of 25-0.  They have outscored their opponents 177-16.


Friday, September 8
GIRLS SOCCER MAGAZINE

THE MAGAZINE DEVOTED TO WORLDWIDE COVERAGE OF GIRL'S SOCCER



Monday, October 16
SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT

Soccer requires every conceivable physical skill.  Here's a breakdown of a typical game for a teenage player:

*  The typical distance ran during a game is 5.5 to 6 miles (2.5 miles for a keeper)- players are constantly walking, jogging, sprinting.

*  Periods of rest last about 3 seconds, every 2 minutes.

*  Less than 2% of that distance is recorded while in possession of the ball, roughly 200 yards.  The majority of time is spent in movement off of the ball. 

*  There are about 1,000 activity changes during a 90 minute game, which means a change in speed, direction, possession, etc. about every 11 seconds.

*  Games are typically played at about 75% of a player's physical limits.



Monday, October 16
BLIZZARD GO UNDEFEATED IN NSL COMPETITION

The Blizzard Ice rolled over 9 opponents enroute to the Division II championship.  They were most impressive in their final match, a well-played game by both teams (Phoneix Elite), but the Blizzard clearly won the conditoning battle and really opened up their lead in the final 15 minutes of the match.

Next up for the 31-0 Blizzard is the Council Bluffs tournament,  Take a week off and be ready to hit the practice field on the 17th.



Monday, October 16
WELCOME KAILEE!!!!!!!!

ALL OF THE BLIZZARD TEAM MEMBERS, PARENTS, AND COACHES WOULD LIKE TO WELCOME KAILEE S. AND HER FAMILY TO THE BLIZZARD.

Tuesday, October 24
Schedule and Location Change

The tournament schedule and game sites have changed.  Check the link for a map to the new game site

Games previously scheduled at Roberts have been switched to Stern Hill.

I'll get new schedule posted to the web ASAP, and will also have the new schedule and maps available at practice on Thursday.

Kevin



   
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