Houma-Terrebonne Soccer Association: HTSA News

Wednesday, November 16
HTSA Gobbler Cup XXVI Finalists and Champions List

HTSA would like to personally thank all of the 110 teams, coaches and parents for participating in the 26th annual Gobbler Cup XXVI this weekend at the Lakes Soccer Complex in Houma! We greatly appreciate the display of awesome sportsmanship, quality of play, and community service from the thousands of people involved in this tournament. Thank you tremendously for making this event a joyful celebration and promotion of youth athletics, fitness, health and wellbeing!

An additional congratulations goes out to the following teams for becoming Champions and Finalists within their respective Divisions! Go Soccer!!

2016 Gobbler Cup XXVI

U9/U10 Girls
Champions: STYSA Academy
Finalists: HTSA Strikers

U9 Boys
Champions: FC Galaxy 06
Finalists: STYSA Academy 06 Boys White

U10 Girls
Champions: Firebirds
Finalists: GSC 07G Academy White

U10 Boys Red
Champions: HTSA Warriors 07
Finalists: SYSC Green 07

U10 Boys Blue
Champions: Westbank Elite
Finalists: GSC 07 Blue

U11 Girls
Champions: Dynamo Sky Blue 06
Finalists: Madisonville Storm 06

U11 Boys Red
Champions: Blackhawk 06 Black
Finalists: Dynamo Jr. 06 Orange

U11 Boys Blue
Champion: Blackhawk 06 White
Finalist: TSA United

U12 Girls
Champion: Ladyhawks 05 Black
Finalist MSC Lakers Premier 05

U12 Boys Red
Champions: Blackhawk 05 Black
Finalists: STYSA Elite 05 

U12 Boys Blue
Champions: LPSA Twisters
Finalists: Rougarou FC

U14 Girls
Champions: Lafourche Legacy
Finalists: GSC 03 Blue Rogue

U14 Boys Red:
Champions: TSA United
Finalists: Blackhawks 04 Black

U14 Boys Blue:
Champions: Monaco FC
Finalist: GSC 03 Blue

Thursday, January 29
HTSA Spring 2016 Newsletter
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Wednesday, May 21
Volunteer Questionnaire

Volunteer Questionnaire 1
1) Do you have a special talent you would like to share? (i.e. computers, graphic arts, organizational skills)
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2) How much time are you looking to commit? If for a project (school, community Service, etc.), how many hours do you need to complete?
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3) Would you like to work at a special event or an ongoing committee?
   Tournaments (Bayou Shootout/Gobbler Cup/3v3)
   Fields Maintenance (Cutting Grass, Painting Lines)
   Graphic Design, Document Layout, Photography
   Webmaster/Technical Support
   Fundraising/Capital Campaigns
   Future Fields Development & Planning
   Public Relations/Marketing
   Special Events Planning
   Uniform Distribution
   Team Manager
   Coach/Assistent Coach
   Other: (Please Specify)
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4) Days & times which work with your schedule:
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5) What is your Name?
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6) What is your Phone Number
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7) What is the best time for you to be reached?
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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!


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."

Friday, August 12
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