Houma-Terrebonne Soccer Association: Welcome

Tuesday, April 26
Welcome to the HTSA Website!!

HTSA is holding Blackhawk Futbol Club (competitive league) team tryouts for the 2016/2017 Season. Players will be grouped together by birth-year to form teams at all Recreational and Competitive levels and leagues.  Players born from 1998 through 2006 Calendar years can attend the Blackhawk Tryouts.

The focus of HTSA’s Blackhawk Futbol Club is to develop every soccer player while providing a positive, highly competitive and enjoyable team-building environment.  We encourage all parents & players to attend their age specific meeting where club representatives will be available to answer questions about the changes and current news within Competitive League Soccer. 

2006 & 2005 Meeting: Wed., Apr 27th, 6-8 pm, Terrebonne Parish Library Main Branch

                                            * - questions can also be answered during the tryouts           

2004 thru 1998 Meeting: Thurs, May 19th, 6-8 pm, Terrebonne Parish Library  Main Branch

                                                * - Both meetings will be in the downstairs Meeting Room

CLICK  HERE FOR MORE INFO!!!


HTSA Blackhawks Academy Announced for the 2016/2017 season.

HTSA Blackhawks Academy has been announced for the 2016 and 2017 season!!  BFC Academy will be an excellent option for Boys and Girls Soccer players born in the 2007 Calendar Year to further develop their Technical, Tactical, Psychological & Physical aspects of their game with professional Licensed Coaches!  Below is a general flier for you to download covering several more points about our HTSA Blackhawks Academy program. 

*** - Stay tuned!!! In the coming weeks we will offer more information about the program and open up registration!

 

 
HOUMA-TERREBONNE SOCCER ASSOCIATION
P.O.Box 625, Houma, LA 70361-0625
Phone/VM:985-868-3897
htsasoccer@gmail.com
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Tuesday, April 26
Results of Bayou Shootout 5 - 2016 (April 23rd & 24th)

We greatly appreciate all of the teams who participated in the 2016 Bayou Shootout 5!  Congrats to the teams who earned Champions and Finalist in their respective brackets!  Thank you for all of the sportsmanship, community and sponsorship of youth athletics displayed over the weekend!

U14 Boys
Champions: River Region Impact
Finalist: Blackhawks 03 Black

U14 Girls
Champions: Dynamo Jr 02/03G Orange
Finalist: Ladyhawks 02 White

U13 Girls
Champions: Ladyhawks 04 Black
Finalist: TSA United GU13

U12 Boys Blue Division
Champions: CSC Fury 05
Finalist: La Fire Jrs 04B Gold

U12 Boys Red Division
Champions: Blackhawks 06 Black
Finalist: Blackhawk 05 Black

U12 Girls
Champions: Lafourche Legacy 11A
Finalist: St. Charles Barcelona

U11 Boys
Champions: Stysa 05/06 Elite
Finalist: Lafourche Legacy 05

U11/10 Girls (8v8) Blue Division
Champions: Academy Hill
Finalist SYSC Green

U10 Boys (8v8) Blue Division
Champions: U10 Green Bayou Thunder
Finalist: Thibodaux United 05/06

U10 Boys (6v6) Red Division
Champions: HTSA Strikers
Finalist: U10 White Bayou Thunder

U10 Girls (6v6) Red Division
Champions: Lafourche Lady Lightning
Finalist: Gator Girls

U9 Boys
Champions: U9 HTSA Warriors
Finalist: HTSA Arsenal

U9 Girls
Champions: Warriors
Finalist: GSC 07G Academy Blue



Wednesday, May 21
Coaching Candidates Questionnaire




Wednesday, May 21
Volunteer Questionnaire

Tuesday, April 26
HTSA Blackhawks Academy Announced for the 2016/2017 season.

HTSA Blackhawks Academy has been announced for the 2016 and 2017 season!!  BFC Academy will be an excellent option for Boys and Girls Soccer players born in the 2007 Calendar Year to further develop their Technical, Tactical, Psychological & Physical aspects of their game with professional Licensed Coaches!  Below is a general flier for you to download covering several more points about our HTSA Blackhawks Academy program. 

*** - Stay tuned!!! In the coming weeks we will offer more information about the program and open up registration!


Handout: HTSA Blackhawks Academy 2016

Saturday, July 27
Concussion Education

Louisiana has passed legislation that now requires youth sports organizations to notify its participants (players/parents/coaches) of the symptoms of concussions and the risks with continuing to participate with a possible concussion. LSA has prepared documents to help us meet the requirements of Louisiana Act 314.  Every parent and player must complete the LSA Informed Consent about Concussions prior to the start of the season.  Managers and coaches are to keep a copy of the LSA concussion Notification Form in their binder to be used at tournaments/practices/games when a possible concussion is suspected.

The appropriate forms can be found listed on LSA's website HERE.

 *Scroll down LSAs news page to Concussion Education.



Wednesday, February 6
Sportsmanship comes first!

From time-to-time, we'll get positive feed back from another team or club about the way Houma Soccer, HTSA or Blackhawk Futbol Club, carries itself at the soccer field.  Many times negative actions of a coach or parent will over shadow the truely positive intent and makeup of youth athletics and our club, so we greatly appreciate when another takes the time to acknowledge the goodness or kind act of a fellow member

HTSA would like to recognize and give props to Coach Ricky Alston and the U13 Black Ladyhawk team for displaying the kind of character and attitude that we strive to carry forth as an association!

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Post by laffysoccermom @ www.laprepsoccer.net

"In light of the negative posts about field conditions, player sportsmanship, punches being thrown or not, etc, I wanted to pass along some comments by my young daughter.

She said her favorite team to play is Houma because of their sportsmanship. She said they are nice to us no matter who wins. They play hard but never dirty.

She said the coach looks you I the eyes when we were shaking hands. She also said that when he and the team said good game,they meant it.

She said the parents were never rude and seemed concerned even when one of our players was hurt.

I concur with all her observations. I know this year when we played there, the coach greeted us and told him to let him know if we needed anything. He seemed like a genuine guy.

I just wanted to pass this along on hoping someone affiliated with the club would see this and pass it on. This is not to knock any of our other opponents but Houma has just stood out."