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Cheryl Gannon
603-642-3365
PO Box 722
Kingston, New Hampshire
03848
 
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Friday, April 18
REGISTER for SPRING SOCCER-A FEW OPENINGS STILL LEFT
kid running with ball

APRIL 5 REGISTRATION DEADLINE HAS PASSED!

There are still a few openings but opening day is coming soon - May 4

Please add the $10/player late fee to your registration.

SEASON START/END: Sunday, May 4 - Sunday, June 15 (No games Memorial Day weekend)

TIMES: Session 1, 12:30-1:30; Session 2, 1:45-2:45

WHERE: Chase Field, Kingston

WHO: Boys & Girls aged 4-grade 8

FEE: Scatterball (age 4 & 5)$20 $30 AFTER APR 5; Soccer (Grades 1-8) $25 $35 AFTER APR 5

REGISTER ONLINE (requires credit card) - click on the link below....

http://www.active.com/event_detail.cfm?event_id=2125794

For more info, email

President Cheryl Gannon, c.gannon@comcast.net



Friday, April 18
TEAMS BEING FORMED FOR SPRING REC PROGRAM

APRIL 18: Teams are currently being formed for all divisions of recreational soccer.

If you have registered a player, you will not hear from a coach until AFTER APRIL 26, which is the Coach's Orientation session when coaches get their rostes, equipment and uniforms.



Saturday, March 22
SYSA RECREATIONAL SOCCER FAQs

Are you a new player or considering playing with SYSA?

Here are some frequently asked questions about playing recreational soccer....

Q: WHAT EQUIPMENT DO I NEED?

Shinguards are mandatory for all divisions, age 4-13

Socks that cover the shinguards OR there are some styles of shinguard that are designed with a cloth covering over the plastic so socks are not needed. For players who have never played with SYSA, you will receive a complimentary pair of socks your first season playing with us.

Comfortable shorts, sweats or nylon pants (depending on the weather)

Soccer cleats: NOT ALLOWED IN SCATTERBALL (age 4-5/kindergarten)

 - NOT REQUIRED but recommended for better traction when playing soccer.

Team Shirt: SYSA provides team shirts for all players. These are on loan for the season-you take it home every week and launder it, then return it at the end of the season. This helps to to keep registration costs affordable.

Water: For keeping hydrated and ready to play on game day. Sports drinks, juice or soda are not recommended dur to high sugar content.

Q: WHEN WILL MY TEAM PRACTICE?

SCATTERBALL (age 4,5/kindergarten): Practices are on game day. Approximately the first 30 minutes of the scheduled game time on Sunday afternoon is "practice". The second 30 minutes is for the game. No practices during the week.

SOCCER: In the fall of 2013, SYSA piloted a weekly training session with a professional coach and it was very successful. We did this with just the Mini-Mite & Junior divisions but will expand it to the Senior division the spring, 2014 season.

Here is how it works-All teams/coaches come to a common training session on the Plains in Kingston. The pro trainer chooses one team and demonstrates a training game/drill. Then the teams break out into their own spot on the field and practice that game for about 15 minutes. The pro-trainer circulates amongst the teams to give pointers. All teams re-convene to watch as the pro demonstrates the next game with another team and the process repeats.

MINI-MITES (Grade 1 & 2) Saturday mornings, 8:30-10:00 am.

JUNIORS & SENIORS (Grade 3 - 8) Saturday mornings, 10:15-11:45 am.

ADDITIONAL PRACTICE SESSIONS may be held during the week at the discretion of individual coaches. Any coach/team that is not able to make it to the Saturday morning session will have a practice at another time, depending on the schedule of the individual coach and consenus of players.

PLAYING TIME DURING GAMES IS NOT PREDICATED ON ATTENDING PRACTICE OR HOW MANY PRACTICE SESSIONS ANY PLAYER ATTENDS. This is recreational soccer and coaches are instructed to allow all players to play at least one half of every game.

Q-DO THE GAMES HAVE REFEREES?

Yes, SYSA has a team of referees who are "patched" (they have completed a licensing course with the NH Soccer Association). The refs are local middle & high school students, most of whom have played for SYSA in the past and/or play for their school or travel soccer teams.

Q-WILL I/MY CHILD NEED TO PARTICIPATE IN FUND-RAISING?

NO-NEVER!!!! SYSA is extremely proud of the fact that we DO NOT DO ANY FUNDRAISING. Using team shirts that are recycled each season, registration fees and our REFRESHMENT STAND provides the funds we need to operate.

Q-I WOULD LIKE TO COACH A TEAM. WHAT DO I NEED TO DO?

Check the box in the "Volunteer" section of the registration form. If you are the primary coach of your child(ren's) team, one child will play for no cost. All coaches must complete a background check through the NH Soccer Association (info given after you sign up). Coaches are given support beginning with an orientation session 2 weeks before the season starts, weekly Saturday morning sessions with our pro-trainer, online resources as well as training booklets and videos that you may borrow. We also have a coordinator of coaching who can come out to your practice session and give you support.

If you have additional questions, please do not hesitate to contact SYSA President, Cheryl Gannon, c.gannon@comcast.net or call 642-3365



Thursday, April 17
Weekly Practices with Professional Trainer
In the fall of 2013, SYSA piloted a weekly training session with a professional coach and it was very successful. We did this with just the Mini-Mite & Junior divisions but will expand it to the Senior division, as well in the spring.

Here is how it works..... All teams and coaches come to a common training session on the Plains in Kingston. The pro trainer chooses one team to demonstrate a training game/drill. Then the teams move to their own spot on the field and practice that game/drill for about 15 minutes. The pro-trainer circulates among the teams to give pointers. All teams re-convene to watch as the trainer demonstrates the next game with another team and the process repeats.

MINI-MITES (Grade 1 & 2) Saturday mornings, 8:30-10:00 am.

JUNIORS & SENIORS (Grade 3 - 8) Saturday mornings, 10:15-11:45 am.

ADDITIONAL PRACTICE SESSIONS may be held during the week at the discretion of individual coaches. Any coach/team that is not able to make it to the Saturday morning session will have a practice at another time, depending on the schedule of the individual coach and consenus of players.

IF A COACH CANNOT ATTEND THE SATURDAY SESSIONS, players on his/her team may attend and can join another team to learn the games/drills.



Sunday, April 6
SPRING SOCCER CLINIC IN NEWBURYPORT

For those who might be interested, below is the link to info about a soccer clinic for boys & girls aged 9-17 the week of Apr 21-25 in Newburyport.

http://www.oneononesoccer.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/April21-25.pdf



Wednesday, June 23
SYSA has a new FACE
FACEBOOK

SYSA IS NOW ON FACEBOOK!

Click the link below to follow us on Facebook.

http://www.facebook.com/pages/SYSA/110210592346676

"FRIEND" US TODAY & GET UPDATES ON SYSA EVENTS



Friday, September 20
OUR REFEREES
refs
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SYSA is fortunate to have the services of these fine, youth referees. They have all attended NH Soccer Association referee training courses and earned their certification. Please be aware that you are a model for the behavior of the players and be sure to support our referees as they officiate our soccer games.

REMINDER ABOUT PARKING
parking ticket

THANK YOU FOR ABIDING BY THE PARKING RESTRICTIONS IN FRONT OF THE HOMES ON CHASE ST. Parking is available on Main St, in the Swasey Gym parking lot across from Bakie School.

BE ADVISED:The Kingston Police have notified SYSA that they intend to enforce the ordinance which prohibits on-street parking, during events held at Chase Field. Any vehicles which are not parked entirely off the street WILL BE TICKETED OR TOWED.

ALSO-PARKING IN FREMONT PIZZA/CHURCH STREET STATION PARKING LOT IS NOT ALLOWED.
    We strongly suggest that you consider (convenient for Scatterball) parking at the Swasey Gym parking lot and walk through the scenic wooded path (old Sanborn High on Main St, across from Bakie School)-park by basketball courts-look for path to fields. (See parking map below)
  For more information, please download this article, which appeared in the Friday, June 4, 2004 edition of The Rockingham News:


Handout: Parking Issue Article

Parking Map
parking map
Please refer to this map for parking during games:
Handout: Parking Map

Sunday, August 11
SYSA ELECTIONS HELD - NEW PRESIDENT ELECTED
Board of Directors

SYSA held it's annual elections of the Executive Board of Directors on Tuesday, July 9 and the following people were elected to serve for the 2013-14 soccer year:

President: Cheryl Gannon

Vice President: Deb Samoisette

Recording Secretary: Gerry Collins

Treasurer: Linda Bournival

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL and a BIG THANK YOU to out-going president, Michael Gannon, who served in that capacity for 5 years and did a great job. He will continue to be involved in helping out coaches and assisting with the transition of the new president while enjoying a well-deserved break from the duties of being the head honcho! He will continue as Coaching Coordinator. Cheryl will have big shoes to fill, but she knows where to find him if she needs help.

Thanks also to Wendy White who has been our Uniforms Coordinator for several years and has done a great job. Melissa Melesky will be taking over the position beginning with the fall season.

Joe Mercado will also be leaving his duties as Equipment Coordinator. Thanks, Joe for helping out on the board & for coaching as well. WELCOME to Heather Sanborn who will be taking charge of the equipment management.

***SYSA IS AN ALL VOLUNTEER ORGANIZATION***

If you think the organization is run well, or perhaps you have ideas on how it can run better....

IN ADDITION to the Executive Board, there are a number of positions that are critical to the operation of the organization. It would be great to have 2 or more people involved with these to ease the burden on any one person. These are appointed positions and the board is looking for people to help out with the operations of these activities:

-Registration

-Refreshment Stand

-Uniforms

-Equipment

-Publicity

-Referees

-Travel Teams

IF YOU HAVE AN INTEREST IN HELPING OUT WITH ANY OF THESE VITAL ACTIVITIES, PLEASE CONTACT PRESIDENT, Cheryl Gannon, c.gannon@comcast.net, 642-3365



Friday, July 26
SUMMER SOCCER CAMP IS OVER

Despite the heat wave last week, we had a great time at Y.E.S. soccer camp with coaches from the UK...April, Brendon, Johnny & Stuart from England and Sarah from Ireland. Friday's graduation went well and SOAK THE COACH was the highlight, even for the coaches, considering the 98 degree temp!

CAMP PHOTOS... are on our facebook page....SYSA

ALSO...

If you attended camp, please take a few minutes to complete the survey we emailed out to you-we look forward to your feedback

Hope you all enjoy the rest of the summer and don't forget to register for fall soccer.



Wednesday, July 10
BOARD OF DIRECTORS FOR 2013-14 SOCCER SEASON
Board of Directors

2013-14 Board of Directors

EXECUTIVE BOARD

President: Cheryl Gannon 

Vice-President: Deb Samoisette

Recording Secretary: Gerry Collins

Treasurer: Linda Bournival Collins

2013-14 Activity Coordinators:

Registrar: Scott Rogers

Concessions: Deb Samoisette

Uniforms: Melissa Melesky

Equipment: Heather Sanborn

Referees: Eric Cornell

Publicity: Beth Ann Scanlon

Coaching: Michael Gannon

Travel Teams: Angela McVey



Gillette
SYSA @ Gillette Stadium
Sunday, May 20
SYSA PLAYS SOCCER @ GILLETTE STADIUM

MOVE OVER SHALRIE JOSEPH AND TOM BRADY!!!

The SYSA girls' travel teams joined many other teams at NEW HAMPSHIRE DAY at Gillette Stadium and had the opportunity to play soccer on the turf of the professionals. After the games, families tailgated in the parking lot, then went back into the stadium to watch the REVS trounce the Vancouver White Caps 4-1.

Thanks to all who helped organize the food fest and for driving down to Foxboro.

YOU TOO CAN GO TO SEE THE REVS PLAY LIVE & IN PERSON AT GILLETTE....

Scroll back up to see details on SYSA's annual TRIP TO THE REVOLUTION in June.



Tuesday, November 30
SYSA GIRLS U-13 ARE STATE CHAMPIONS !!!
u13 champs
2010 Granite State Champs-SYSA U13 Girls

CONGRATULATIONS to the SYSA girls' U-13 travel team for their hard-fought victory over the Granite FC Soccer Club to win the 2010 Granite State Soccer League Championship in Pembroke.

Down by a score of 2-0 at half-time, the girls, led by Coach Dan Mahoney, and assistant coach Bob Smith, came back to tie the game 2-2 at the end of regulation. After 2 overtimes, the teams played hard but were still tied, forcing a shoot-out of penalty kicks. As the fans watched and cheered with great anticipation, the scored remained tied after 9 shooters. The winning strike was finally delivered by Kelly Collins, finding its way into the net after deflecting off the crossbar. 

We are very proud and send congratulations to all the players: Olivia Battye, Ellery Rasmussen, Michaela Streep, Sierra Swasey, Chelsea Schultz, Michelle Merritt, PJ Ross, Taylor Kurto, Maddie Mahoney, Ashlyn Forbes, Kristen Phillips, Sophie Smith, Shannon Kinsella, Sophie Bortone, Eric Kinsella, Haley Herrmann and Kelly Collins.



Sunday, May 5
SOCCER FOOTSKILLS CLINIC IS OVER

THANKS TO ALL THE KIDS & PARENTS who participated in SYSA's annual Soccer Footskills Clinic

WE HOPE YOU ALL HAD A GOOD TIME & LIKE THE NEW tee shirt design!

WE WILL BE POSTING SOME PHOTOS ON FACEBOOK (as soon as we figure out how to do that!)

THANKS ALSO TO OUR GUEST COACHES WHO WERE SO HELPFUL TO COACH GANNON:

*Derek Gannon

*Jeff Gannon

*Jillian Battye

*Stephanie Collins

*Brian Butler

ALSO, THANKS TO THE Y.E.S. Soccer Camp Coaches from the United Kingdom who visited with a preview of some of the games and skills that will be taught at the SYSA/Y.E.S. SUMMER SOCCER CAMP, July 15-19.

 

 



   
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