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May, 2019

Week 7 Wrap Up

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  • Fall Registration Update
  • Dogs!
  • Volunteers Needed
  • Upcoming Events
  • Inter-Community Play Results

 

Fall Registration Update

 

Registration is underway and some questions have come in around which age group your child may be entering.  Its not uncommon for there to be some questions when it comes to fall season registration.  This is the time that most of the kids begin playing in the next age group and it may seem incorrect or even down right scary for parents.

 

Being a parent and a coach for the developmental program for a few years now, I can assure you, the division moves, although they require a little getting used to, are more challenging for the parents then they are for the players.  They adapt quickly and you will see in most cases after a week or two, they are up to speed and progressing with the rest.  Remember, its not just one or two children moving up but the entire age division so there is plenty of good company along for the ride.

 

For an easy reference on age groups.

 

For 2019-2020

 

 

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!

 

Dogs!

 

Dogs, to some they are the greatest companions and to others the star of their own internal horror movies. One thing should be universal, although dogs are welcome in many of our homes, our soccer fields should remain K-9 free.  

 

Since the fields are township or school owned, there isnt a formal no dogs alowed ordinance that we can enforce, but as a club, we ask that you keep Charlie, Coco, Daisy, Bailey, Lola, Molly, Sadie, Mr. Snicklefitz, Oscar, Bodi, Chloe, and any other named or unamed dogs at home.  They can leave surprises on the field, they can play with kids allergies, and they can scare children and parents alike.  All of these go against the community aspect we are trying so hard to revitalize.

 

Volunteers Needed

 

We are getting some great volunteer numbers coming in and that calls for a big THANK YOU from me to you, but we cant stop now.  We have several critical positions opening up on the board this coming year and we would like to get a head start on preparing the new leaders.  If you would like to know more about how you have volunteer please click this LINK.  You will find all of the different ways you can help the club and if you are interested in an executive board or member at large position, when you navigate to the respective page, you can click on the role to learn more or click on the current member to email them any questions.

 

Upcoming Events

 

Come on out to Kiwanis Park Friday May 24 and find the SSC section for the Shaler Parks Department presents Minions Movie in the park!

 

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.

 

Inter-Community Play Results 

 

U10 Boys

Bennie:All of the hard work paid off for Team Bennie as they put all the pieces together and pick up their first win of the season!

Marsula:Keeping the win streak alive with a comanding victory over North Hills.

Schmidt:U10 swept the weekend with Team Schmidt picking up the win over Swickley in a 5-4 game.

 

U10Girls

Bianchi:Cancelled

Crider:In a tough match up, Team Crider fell to Pine Richland.

Fuscaldo:Team Fuscaldo has turned their season around with the thrid straight win, with a respectble success over Tri-City

 

U12 Boys

Quinn:Highlands Area was no Match against Team Quinn in a 7-1 game.

Rios:Team Rios put up another fantastic showing in their match with NA to keep their win streak going strong.

Sidick: U12 boys had a great weekend with Team Sidick finishing out the sweep in a 5-2 win over Freeport.

 

U12 Girls

Paladin:Team Paladin showed why they are at the top of their division with a comanding triumph over North Hills.

Crider:Tri-City had Team Crider’s number this weekend in a rough match up. 

 

U14 Boys

Salego:Team Salego remains as the leader of their division with another victory, this time against Deer Lakes.

 

U14 Girls

Wilkins:Team Wilkins was evenly matched with Deer Lakes in their game over the weekend.

 

U19

Heere:5-2 win over NA starts the momentum for Team Heere leading into the rest of the season.

 

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

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P.O. Box 342 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15116

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