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May, 2019

Week 5 Wrap Up

Headlines

 

  • Fall Registration Update
  • Volunteers Needed
  • 2020 ByLaws & Constitution Revision
  • Upcoming Events
  • Third Week of Inter-Community Play Results

 

Fall Registration Update

 

Only 11 more days to take advantage of the early registration discount.  Early registration will run from May 3rd through May 18th where parents can receive a discount when paying by credit card. Then Open Registration will run May 19ththrough June 28th.  Late registration will begin June 29th and run through July 14th.  NOTE: SSC only accepts late registrants on an as needed basis to create teams.  It is critical to sign your kids up before June 29thto ensure a roster spot regardless of player age.

 

CLICK HERE TO TAKE YOU TO THE REGISTRATION PAGE

 

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO DISPLAY A SSC REGISTRATION SIGN IN YOUR YARD, PLEASE LET US KNOW!

 

Volunteers Needed

Volunteering is at the heart of what keeps our club running.  As I have mentioned before, no role filled within the club from the board to the coaches to the commissioners to the concession stand workers, and anywhere in between is a paid gig.  Everyone is a volunteer, and volunteering your time and talents to a great organization like the SSC is well worth the investment.

We have many opportunities for you to help and would love it if you would take this quick survey to help us to begin to line up help for the fall.

 

PLEASE SPEND A FEW MINUTES TO TAKE THIS BRIEF SURVEY.

 

The club can't do this without you!

 

2020 ByLaws & Constitution Revision

 

You have heard from me in the past about Vision 2020.  Vision 2020 is an idea being nurtured by the SSC board to strengthen our club and refocus the clubs efforts back to what really matters, providing the best Player, Parent, and Volunteer experiences possible.  To meet this vision, the board has begun reviewing the existing ByLaws and Constitution which have been in place since the last revision in 2014.  This summer, you should receive communication highlighting the proposed changes to these documents that will be voted upon during the general meeting in November.  The General meeting is open to all current members of the soccer club in good standing and each member has a voice and a vote.  This is our club and we should all have a say in how it is governed, so please feel free to review the existing documents, links located at the bottom left of the home page, and provide any thoughts you may have about the revisions as they are posted.

 

Upcoming Events

On May 20th, we will be holding our next community event at Chic Fil A.  We hope to see you out there for some fun and good chicken!

Kona Ice has confirmed they will be returning on May 18 to offer some cool sweet treats as the Saturday’s get hotter.

 

NOTICE: Memorial Day weekend will require all players, coaches and families to steer clear of Fawcett and Denny fields as the township applies a tick repellant.  Please make sure to avoid the field surfaces beginning May 24 through May 27.

 

Third Week of Inter-Community Play Results 

 

U10 Boys

Bennie:Team Bennie continues to improve their passing, positioning and creating chances, although the scoreboard favored Fox Chapel, Team Bennie is on the verge of victory.

Marsula:In a very physical game at Highlands Area, Team Marsula walked away with a respectable 4-4 tie with several U8 players filling in as subs.

Schmidt:Team Schmidt surged late in the Avonworth game for a 7-6 victory. 

 

U10Girls

Bianchi:Rained Out

Crider:Rained Out

Fuscaldo:Rained Out

 

U12 Boys

Quinn:Rained Out

Rios:Rained Out

Sidick: Team Sidick surged back from a 3-0 deficit at the half to tie things up in the second.  Although Hampton ended up pulling out the win, the Sidick boys shows incredible grit and determination in this effort.

 

U12 Girls

Paladin:In a very physical game, all the girls stepped up to the challenge by keeping the ball in Harmarville’s end for the majority of the game resulting in a 4-2 victory!

Crider:Rained Out

 

U14 Boys

Salego:Team Salego with another strong showing routed Hampton to a 6-0 shut out victory!

 

U14 Girls

Wilkins:Team Wilkins tied with Avonworth in a very physical match.  Although evenly matched, the girls showed good skill and determination throughout.

 

U19

Heere:Tri-City came to Shaler to face Team Heere in an evenly matched and very physical contest leaving a 1-1 tie when the whistle blew.

 

***If you capture game time photos and want to share them with the club, please post them to our Facebook account. ***

 

Contact Us

Shaler Soccer Club

P.O. Box 342 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15116

Email: [email protected]

Shaler Soccer Club

P.O. Box 342 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15116

Email: [email protected]
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