1 v 2 - AYSO Region 345

Comments

Transcription

1 v 2 - AYSO Region 345
Region 345
PARENT/PLAYER
HANDBOOK
Spring 2011
Soccer Season
Okeeheelee Park
Region 345
SOCCER: THE GAME
Who's who on the soccer field?
Soccer is played between two teams of 11 players each. Some younger
teams use fewer members. Unlike our American football, soccer has few set
plays.
Soccer does not have separate defensive and offensive teams. Players
keep on playing their position whether their team has control of the ball or not.
A coach might line up his players on the field with a 4-3-3
lineup. It is the custom not to
list the goalkeeper.
4 defenders
3 midfielders
3 forwards
The Players
Goalkeeper is the only
member of each team who
can use his or her hands.
Each wears a different colored jersey from all other
players.
Soccer Words
Defenders (also called
fullbacks) defend the goal
and try to take the ball away
from the opposing team.
Defenders who play certain
positions have special titles:
Sweeper “sweeps”, or runs
to either side to help out
teammates in defending the
goal. He or she usually
does not guard, or mark,
any special opposing
player. Stopper guards the
middle and marks the opposing strikers. Fullbacks
often start the plays from
the sides and guard the
other team’s wingers.
Throw-in: the way the ball is
put back into play after it goes
over the touchline. When a
member of one team kicks it
out, a member of the opposing
team gets to throw the ball in.
Kick-off: a pass used to start
Striker plays in the middle and usually finishes
the scoring plays.
play at the beginning of a
game, at halftime or after a
goal has been made.
Penalty kick: a penalty is
called when a player makes a
serious foul in the penalty area.
eferee’s Assistant are The fouls include a dangerous
tackle or touching the ball with
the two officials who
your hand.
stand on each sideline.
One job is to decide who
ree kick: One is given after
idfielders (also called
gets control of the ball
a foul has been committed
halfbacks) are usually the
when it goes out of
busiest players on the team. Bounds. They carry flags. outside of the penalty area.
They are the important link
eferee is the only offibetween the defenders and
cial who goes onto the
the forwards.
playing field. He or she
orwards score most of
enforces the rules, keeps
the goals and try to delay
time and gives penalties.
the offensive team’s drive
up the field. There are speThe Field
cial names for certain forHolding Pushing
For adults, the field is
wards, too: Wingers create larger than a football field. The referee uses hand signals
offensive plays on the two
The younger players usuoutside parts of the field.
ally play on a smaller
field.
The Officials
R
AYSO Region 345 Spring 2011 Game Schedule
Okeeheelee Park
U19 Girls—14-19 Year Olds
Field 13 & Wellington Field 5*
Wellington
Wellington
DATE 11:30
Feb-12
Feb-19
Feb-26
Mar-5
Mar-12
Mar-19
Mar-26
Apr-2
Team #1
3:00 3:00 Away 4:30 4:30 Away
1v2
3vW
3v1
Wv 2
2v3 1vW
1v3
Wv 2
3vW
1v2
1vW
3v2
2v1 3vW
Wv 2
1v3
COACH
Douglas Rodas
COLOR
Watermelon
PHONE
712-1696
SPONSOR Tacos Al Carbon
Team #2
Jason Jones
Lavender
357-9349
Team #3
Jim Cummins
Pink
601-4178
F
M
R
F
2
Tacos al
carbon
432-8474
Any problems or
concern in this division,
please contact the U19
Girl Coach Coordinator,
Paul Scala at 790-5630
or [email protected]
43
AYSO Region 345 Spring 2011 Game Schedule
Okeeheelee Park
U19 Boys—14-19 Year Olds
Field 13 & Wellington Field 5*
Wellington
DATE
Feb-12
Feb-19
Feb-26
Mar-5
Mar-12
Mar-19
Mar-26
Apr-2
8:30
1v2
6vW
5v4
4v1
7v1
3v6
4v7
5v6
Team #1
Team #2
10:00
3v4
5v7
7v3
2v3
4v6
1v5
3v5
7vW
COACH
Jay Brown
1:30
5v6
2v4
2v6
6v7
3vW
7v2
6v1
3v4
3:00 3:00 Away
7vW
1v3
Wv 1
Wv 5
5v2
4vW
Wv 2
1v2
COLOR
PHONE
Mint
432-5565
SPONSOR Soundwave Audio
Basilio Ajchicu
Champagne 255-9929
SPONSOR Heavenly Green Landscape, Inc.
Team #3
Bob McCarthy
Red
333-3445
Team #4
Todd Masi
Royal
795-4346
Team #5
Anival Sanchez
Gold
577-7213
Team #6
Kelly
Team #7
Columbia
Soundwave Audio
772-286-7771
42
Any problems or concern in this division,
please contact the U19 Boy Coach Coordinator,
Bob McCarthy 333-3445 or [email protected]
A Letter From The Commissioner
Dear Parents and Players:
I am the Regional Commissioner of our region and am responsible to AYSO
National and, together with our regional board, to you for running our program.
As Regional Commissioner, I want to welcome you to AYSO 345 either as a
returnee or as a newcomer and hope that you enjoy being a part of the ever
growing AYSO family.
AYSO Region 345 is a member program of the American Youth Soccer
Organization, a nationwide, nonprofit youth soccer organization founded in
Torrance, California in 1964. AYSO is a National affiliate member of the United
States Soccer Federation.
AYSO has a National Support Center in Hawthorne, California, with a full
staff to assist our region in maintaining its programs. Our region is located in
Area I, in Section 14, and has the benefits of the area staff and the section
staff, directed by Wendy Smith.
Unlike other sport organizations, AYSO is run completely on Volunteer
Power. All members contribute their time without monetary compensation.
Because of this regulation, we must limit our team formation and playing
opportunities to match the number of volunteers.
The American Youth Soccer Organization is based on six principal tenets:
Everyone Plays - every child registered is guaranteed to play at least half
of every game, provided he/she is not under disciplinary suspension or injured.
Balanced Teams - prior to the formation of teams, each child is evaluated.
Subsequently, the child is placed on a team which contains a cross-section of
talent. Our goal is to see that all teams are created equal. This process is
called "Team Balancing".
Open Registration - every child in the geographic area covered by the
region is entitled to register for the regular league season subject only to field
availability, sufficiency of adult volunteer help and other important considerations. We provide extensive training for all who are interested.
Positive Coaching - since the focal point of each child's experience with
the program is his/her relationship with his/her coach, each coach is trained to
communicate and act in accordance with AYSO philosophy. Players learn the
game of soccer in a healthy atmosphere that promotes self-confidence and
self-esteem.
Good Sportsmanship - our regional program is designed to instill good
sportsmanship in every facet of AYSO, therefore a positive environment will be
created that is based on mutual respect, rather than a win-at-all-costs attitude.
Support your child, support your team, support AYSO.
Player Development—we believe that all players should be able to develop
their soccer skills and knowledge to the best of their abilities, both individually
and as members of a team, in order to maximize the enjoyment of the game.
3
02/12/2011
Regional Commissioner
3
Parent’s guide
to AYSO
EQUIPMENT
Each player must be dressed as follows for each game:
*A. Jersey tucked into shorts. (Please take care of it by washing it in warm
water and drying it in a warm, NOT HOT, dryer. Do not iron it. Do not add
or alter it other than sizing). No Names on Jerseys
*B. Shorts (Uniforms are to be worn for games, not for practice).
C. Shinguards are mandatory (practices and games).
D. Soccer shoes (low-sided "football" shoes with rubber or plastic molded
cleats) or sneakers. Metal cleats are not permitted.
*E. Socks pulled up over shinguards.
F. Mouth pieces are strongly recommended for players wearing braces.
G. Eyeglass restraining straps are required.
*These items are supplied for each player by the league.
The player cannot wear bracelets, earrings (please ask child to wait until
after the season to get ears pierced), wrist watches, barrettes or any other such
objects including a cast or splint which could cause injury to themselves or another
player. The referee will check players before each game.
BALL: Your child should be encouraged to practice with a ball of the size appropriate to their age. Ages 4 to 7, a size "3". Ages 8 to 11, a size "4". Ages 12 and
over, a size "5".
COACH
You can help your child's coach by making yourself known and thanking
them for their interest. Support the coach's request that your child be on time for
practice and games. Remember that the coaches volunteer their time to help your
child and need your help and cooperation.
REFEREE
The Referee is entitled to the highest respect. His/Her mistakes (and there
will be mistakes), shall be accepted WITHOUT COMPLAINT. Many of the referees
have no children playing in the league and all of them gladly give their time to help
us. Please give them the respect and understanding to which they are entitled.
AYSO Region 345 Spring 2011 Game Schedule
Okeeheelee Park
U14 Girls—12 & 13 Year Olds
Field 12
DAY
Sat
Sat
Sat
Sat
Sat
Sat
Sat
Sat
DATE
Feb-12
Feb-19
Feb-26
Mar-5
Mar-12
Mar-19
Mar-26
Apr-2
COACH
Team #1 Frantz Guillaume
3:00
1v2
3v1
2v3
3v4
4v2
1v4
2v1
1v3
COLOR
Team #2 Dario Giacomelli
Fuschia
Lavender
4:30
3v4
4v2
4v1
1v2
1v3
3v2
4v3
2v4
PHONE
541-1282
642-3249
Sponsor Taco Al Carbon
Team #3 Nelson Dominguez
Pink
541-6132
Team #4 Rachel Forberger
Purple
795-0044
YOUR PARTICIPATION
The region and the children need your participation. Go to the games.
PARENTAL SUPPORT is crucial. Above all, be tolerant of the children's mistakes
and weaknesses. When you are at the game, cheer for the team, not just your own
child. If they enjoy it and have fun, they'll want to play it to the best of their ability.
INSURANCE
The AYSO reimbursement plan pays only for those eligible expenses NOT covered by group or individual insurance carried by parents or guardians of registered
participants (and only submission of the claim to primary insurance carrier) with a
$200 deductible and must be submitted (90) ninety days from occurrence.
4
Tacos al Carbon
432-8474
41
AYSO Region 345 Spring 2011 Game Schedule
Okeeheelee Park
U14 Boys—12 & 13 Year Olds
Field 10
DAY
Sat
Sat
Sat
Sat
Sat
Sat
Sat
Sat
DATE
Feb-12
Feb-19
Feb-26
Mar-5
Mar-12
Mar-19
Mar-26
Apr-2
COACH
1:30
1v2
5v4
3v1
2v6
1v5
3v2
3v4
1v4
3:00
3v4
1v6
2v5
4v1
4v2
4v5
5v6
5v3
COLOR
PHONE
Team #1
Raul Elias
Team #2
Frantz Guillaume Champagne
541-1282
Team #3
Team #4
Paul Picard
Jose Marte
Red
Royal
585-4920
601-1402
Team #5
Devin Kanhai
Gold
635-8770
Sponsor Tacos Al Carbon
Team #6
Any problems or concern in
this division, please contact
the U14 Boy Coach
Coordinator, Luis Giraldo at
541-3884 or
[email protected]
40
Mint
4:30
5v6
2v3
6v4
3v5
6v3
1v6
1v2
6v2
247-9935
Kelly
PRACTICE LOCATIONS
As all of the coaches in AYSO are volunteers, times and places of practice will be left
to their discretion, and at their convenience. The practice fields should be located throughout
the community. Each player must arrange to arrive on time and be picked up on time.
SCHEDULE OF GAMES
Games are to be played according to the schedule distributed in advance. Game is
played regardless of weather, unless notified to the contrary by the Regional Commissioner
at least one hour prior to the starting time. Practice sessions may be canceled or
rescheduled at the discretion of the coach, Regional Commissioner or Field Administrator. All
games will be played on Saturdays. Practices are Monday through Thursday and can begin
as early as 5:30 PM, (at the convenience of the Coach).
PLAYER TRANSFERS
With over 1,200 children playing soccer on over 134 teams, it is virtually impossible
for AYSO to be flexible with practice and game conflicts with Non-AYSO activities. This
includes requests for friends to be on the same team. Requests for brothers or sisters in the
same age group (same gender) to play on the same team will be honored. Player transfers to
accommodate schedule conflicts will NOT BE HONORED. Contact your Division Coach
Coordinator with questions.
REGIONAL PHILOSOPHY
The aim of the region and AYSO is to operate a soccer program where young people
can learn to develop a positive self-image, self-confidence and other positive character traits
through their interest and participation in soccer based on our six philosophies. Everyone
engaged in sporting competition should have a desire to win. This desire will not be pursued
in this organization to the detriment of sportsmanship, fair play, and participation. AYSO is a
parent-based voluntary organization and provides a soccer experience for our own children.
Enrollment of your child in our program implies responsibility to the team.
EVERYONE PLAYS
Your child is guaranteed to play at least 50% of each game, regardless of his/her
level of skill or aptitude, however NO CHILD on the team may play the whole game unless
every child has played at least three quarters, provided that the child:
* attends scheduled practice sessions
* arrives at the playing field for scheduled game prepared to play
in proper uniform, proper shoes, etc.
* is not under disciplinary suspension,
* is not physically handicapped due to illness or injury.
Soccer is an ideal sport for kids to have fun with. That’s because on the field, the players
should be pretty much on their own. There is a difference
between soccer and other sports. Coaches are not calling every
shot in soccer, like they are in American football, baseball or
basketball. Basketball for instance, is a coach's game. Soccer
Tacos al Carbon
432-8474
is a player's game.
5
AYSO REGION 345
2011 VOLUNTEER BOARD & STAFF
AYSO PHONE NUMBER
WEBSITE
AYSO National Website
AYSO Section 14 Website
FIELD LINE (Field conditions)
region [email protected]
AYSO345.COM
AYSO.org
AYSOSECTION14.ORG
REGIONAL COMMISSIONER
Rose Arsenault
[email protected]
ASST COMMISSIONER
Todd Masi
[email protected]
Nora Huspek
[email protected]
795-4346
CHILD & VOLUNTEER
PROTECTION ADVOCATE &
Caresse Friedman
[email protected]
784-8143
SAFETY DIRECTOR
James Cummins
[email protected]
601-4178
REGIONAL AUDITOR
Peter Hodor
267-5799
TREASURER
642-5449
642-2520
712-1696
REFEREE STAFF
REFEREE ADMINISTRATOR
Doug Rodas
712-1696
[email protected]
Cezar Caleap
[email protected]
YOUTH REFEREE ADMINISTRATOR Melissa Cummins
REFEREE SCHEDULER
Nora Huspek
[email protected]
REFEREE INSTRUCTOR (S)
Scott Zucker
Todd Masi
REFEREE ASSESSOR
Cezar Caleap
Scott Zucker
ASST REFEREE ADMINISTRATOR
684-2628
601-4177
712-1696
792-6222
795-4346
684-2628
792-6222
REGISTRATION STAFF
REGISTRAR
Melissa Hodor
642-8978
[email protected]
VIP Staff
AYSO LIAISON
Rachel Forberger
[email protected]
PRINTING
Michelle Lawlor
[email protected]
MISCELLANEOUS
252-6036
Great Impressions
433-3498
PICTURES
Visual Images
798-2566
TROPHIES & T-SHIRTS
MVP Sports
582-0093
6
DATE
Feb-12
Feb-19
Feb-26
Mar-5
Mar-12
Mar-19
Mar-26
Apr-2
11:30
1v2
6v8
5v4
3v6
3v8
2v3
4v7
5v6
1:00
3v4
5v7
1v8
7v2
4v6
8v5
6v1
7v8
COACH
2:30
5v6
1v3
2v6
1v5
7v1
4v1
8v2
3v4
COLOR
4:00
7v8
2v4
7v3
8v4
5v2
6v7
3v5
1v2
PHONE
Team #1 William Brintnall
Fuschia
312-2675
Sponsor Anthony Garcia Agent State Farm
Team #2 Mark Gellermann
Lavender
596-2266
Team #3 Paul Picard
Pink
251-0329
Team #4 Soliman Martinez
Team #5 Javier Torres
Purple
Watermelon
797-3050
719-5238
Team #6 Petros Kapiniaris
Kelly
542-3221
Team #7 Jimmy Rigsby
Columbia
674-5357
Sponsor Friends of Okeeheelee Nature Center, Inc.
Team #8 Bert Winkler
Orange
371-9031
795-0044
SPONSOR STAFF
SPONSOR COORDINATOR
AYSO Region 345 Spring 2011 Game Schedule
Okeeheelee Park
U12 Girls—10 & 11 Year Olds
Field 14
Friends of
Okeeheelee Nature Center, Inc.
Anthony Garcia
Agent-State Farm
793-9822
Any problems or concern
in this division, please
contact the U12 Girl
Coach Coordinator,
Paul Forberger at
795-0044 or
[email protected]
39
AYSO Region 345 Spring 2011 Game Schedule
Okeeheelee Park
U12 Boys—10 & 11 Year Olds
Field 10 & 14
Field 10 Field 14 Field 10 Field 14 Field 10
DATE 8:30
8:30
10:00
10:00
11:30
Feb-12
Feb-19
Feb-26
Mar-5
Mar-12
Mar-19
Mar-26
Apr-2
1 v 2 3 v 4 5 v 6 9 v 10
7 v 3 1 v 6 2 v 9 5 v 10
4 v 5 9 v 8 10 v 1 3 v 2
9v1 5v3 4v7
8v6
10 v 7 6 v 2 8 v 3
4v1
7 v 2 4 v 10 5 v 8
6v9
6 v 4 7 v 9 1 v 5 10 v 3
3 v 9 8 v 1 6 v 10 2 v 4
COACH
COLOR
7v8
8v4
6v7
10 v 2
5v9
1v3
2v8
7v5
PHONE
Team #1 Sean Cotter
Mint
954-540-9652
Team #2 Michael Moise
Team #3 Ken Quigley
Champagne 502-2299
Red
969-2168
Team #4 Radames Senosian
Team #5 Enrique Salazar
Team #6 Vivian Carnegie
Royal
Gold
Kelly
577-8677
502-4851
964-0498
Team #7 Rudy Perez
Team #8 Matthew Weber
Columbia
Orange
333-4510
718-5513
Team #9 Francoise Laroche
Sponsor Tacos Al Carbon
Silver
310-9102
Team #10 Bruce Rhodes
Burgundy
Any problems or concern in this
division, please contact the
U12 Boy Coach Coordinator,
Chris Jankowski at 424-6006
or [email protected]
38
964-0498
Tacos
Al Carbon
432-8474
AYSO REGION 345 COACHING STAFF
COACH ADMINISTRATOR Mike James
254-9760
[email protected]
Asst Coach Administrator
Vacant
BOYS DIRECTOR
Rachel Forberger 795-0044
[email protected]
GIRLS DIRECTOR
Bert Winkler
790-1156
[email protected]
BOYS DIVISION COACH COORDINATORS
U6 BOYS
U6 BOYS
Marie Rigsby
674-5357
Natasha Rodriguez 640-9687
[email protected]
[email protected]
U8 BOYS
Sean Cotter
954-540-9652
U10 BOYS
U10 BOYS
Devin Kanhai
Rija Kanhai
281-9128
635-8770
U12 BOYS
Christine Jankowski 424-6006
U14 BOYS
Luis Giraldo
541-3884
[email protected]
U19 BOYS
Bob McCarthy
333-3445
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
GIRLS DIVISION COACHING COORDINATORS
U6 GIRLS
Catalina Toledo
386-8457
[email protected]
U8 GIRLS
Javier Torres
719-5238
[email protected]
U10 GIRLS
Terry Novella
333-2628
[email protected]
U12 GIRLS
Paul Forberger
795-0044
U14 GIRLS
Vacant
U19 GIRLS
Paul Scala
[email protected]
790-5630
[email protected]
FIELD STAFF
FIELD ADMINISTRATOR
VACANT
TEAM MANAGEMENT STAFF
TEAM MGMT ADMINISTRATOR
Debe Carter
640-0831
[email protected]
7
OKEEHEELEE PARK REGION 345
FIELD LAYOUT
SPECTATORS
Field 10
PLAYERS
S
p
e
c
t
a
t
o
r
s
Field 11D
Field 11C
Field 11A
p
L
A
Y
E
R
S
P
L
A
Y
E
R
S
S
Field 11B
AYSO
Building
FOOD
SPECTATORS
SPECTATORS
Field 12C
PLAYERS
Field 12A
Field 12
Field 12D
PLAYERS
Field 12B
SPECTATORS
SPECTATORS
PLAYERS
Field 13
S
p
e
c
t
a
t
o
r
s
AYSO Region 345 Spring 2011 Game Schedule
Okeeheelee Park
U10 Girls—8 & 9 Year Olds
Field 11A
DATE
Feb-12
Feb-19
Feb-26
Mar-5
Mar-12
Mar-19
Mar-26
Apr-2
8:30
7v8
4v5
9v3
7 v 12
11 v 8
10 v 6
5v7
12 v 9
10:00 11:30
3v4 5v6
6 v 2 12 v 3
1 v 10 6 v 7
1v3 9v2
9v7 1v5
11 v 1 3 v 8
4 v 12 2 v 10
10 v 5 7 v 11
1:30 3:00
1 v 2 9 v 10
9 v 11 1 v 7
5 v 12 8 v 2
10 v 4 11 v 6
6 v 3 10 v 12
12 v 2 7 v 4
1v9 6v8
4v6 2v3
4:30
11 v 12
10 v 8
11 v 4
5v8
2v4
9v5
3 v 11
8v1
Tacos Al Carbon
4420 Lake Worth Rd
Lake Worth, FL 33461
432-8474
2431 Quantum Blvd
Boynton Beach, Florida 33426
752-5550
MK Marketing
Group
118 E Ocean Ave
Lantana, FL
561-471-8887
SPECTATORS
8
37
AYSO Region 345 Spring 2011
Okeeheelee Park
U10 Girls—8 & 9 Year Olds
Coach & Sponsor Information
COACH
COLOR
PHONE
Team #1 Kelsey Floyd
Fuschia
793-9940
Sponsor Arrigo Dodge Chrysler Jeep
Team #2 Demetrio Tarquino Lavender 317-2440
Sponsor Hayes Clinical Laboratory
Team #3 Astrel Labbe
Pink
350-9204
Sponsor Palm Beach Auto Center, Inc.
Team #4 Oscar Frozini
Purple
954-520-0548
Sponsor Tacos Al Carbon
Team #5 Mohanda Chettayer Watermelon 255-4575
Sponsor MK Marketing Group, Inc.
Team #6 Clarence Coicou
Kelly
863-838-1149
Team #7 Wayne Edwards
Columbia 596-3667
Team #8 Sandi Cardaman
Orange
683-2446
Team #9 Abby Ubilla
Silver
371-4808
Team #10 Ismael Alvarez
Burgundy 667-8361
Team #11 Andrea Pena
Yellow
215-7558
Team #12 Yves Joseph
Navy
596-9206
Palm Beach Auto
Center, Inc.
7673 Hooper Road #8
West Palm Beach, FL
561-798-8279
Any problems or concern in this division, please
contact the U10 Girl Coach Coordinator,
Terry Novella at 333-2628 or [email protected]
36
AYSO REGION 345
POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
LIGHTNING
Purpose: The following is AYSO
Region 345’s policy and procedure to protect the safety of parents, players and coaches of the region in the event of lightning.
Policy:
I. If lightning is visible, all fields will be cleared and
shelter (soccer activity building or your car) should be
taken.
If you see lightning, count how many seconds before
you hear the thunder. If it’s less than 30 seconds,
take cover.
Avoid the following ‘danger zones’ in the
event of lightning:
-Water- Open Areas -Metal Objects Tall Trees -High Ground
II. If you are in an open area without shelter, the
following should be done:
Avoid standing in groups. Spread out to
reduce the risk of multiple casualties. Crouch
on your feet, keep your head low; Avoid
being the tallest object. Avoid lying on the
ground.
III.If fields are cleared due to lightning, everyone should
move away from the listed ‘danger zones’ including
bleachers and small or open shelters and
either to a sturdy building nearby or their vehicle.
IV. In the event someone is struck, immediate medical
attention should be sought and 911 should be called.
Prior to resuming any activities, wait 30 minutes after
the last flash of lightning or sound of thunder.
9
What Does Your
Registration Fee Cover?
Listed on the Chart below are the expenses it takes per
child for AYSO Region 345 to operate.
Region 345 Expenses
Volunteer Shirts $3.50
Newsletters $3.25
Volunteer Awards
$4.50
Coach & Referee
Training $10.00
Office & Printing
Supplies $3.00
National & Area
Player Fees $10.00
Player Trophies $5.00
Coach Equipment
$7.00
Handbooks $2.50
Electric & Phone
$1.00
Referee Uniforms
$2.00
Field Expenses $3.25
Advertising $1.00
AYSO Region 345 Spring 2011 Game Schedule
Okeeheelee Park
U10 Boy—8 & 9 Year Olds
Field 11D
DATE 8:30
Feb-12 1 v 2
Feb-19 9 v 11
Feb-26 9 v 3
Mar-5 1 v 3
Mar-12 11 v 8
Mar-19 10 v 6
Mar-26 5 v 7
Apr-2 8 v 1
10:00 11:30 1:30
3v4
1v7
1 v 10
5v8
9v7
11 v 1
4 v 12
12 v 9
5v6
12 v 3
11 v 4
9v2
1v5
3v8
2 v 10
7 v 11
7v8
4v5
5 v 12
10 v 4
6v3
12 v 2
3 v 11
4v6
3:00
4:30
9 v 10
6v2
8v2
11 v 6
10 v 12
7v4
6v8
2v3
11 v 12
10 v 8
6v7
7 v 12
2v4
9v5
1v9
10 v 5
Player Uniforms
$18.50
Tacos Al Carbon
4420 Lake Worth Rd
Sponsor fees cover extra expenses that are not
included above, such as, uniform printing, field
equipment, practice t-shirts, volunteer party,
travel and training for Board
and Staff members, etc.
Special thanks to Nora Huspek for
volunteering her time to maintain
our books. AYSO National
Headquarters
audits regional bank accounts
Lake Worth, FL
432-8474
Mother Natures Landscape
Maintenance, Inc
717 Aspen Road
W Palm Beach, FL
358-9093
10
35
AYSO Region 345 Spring 2011
Okeeheelee Park
AYSO Region 345
CALENDAR
of events
U10 Boy—8 & 9 Year Olds
Coach & Sponsor Information
Team #1
Team #2
COACH
COLOR
PHONE
Rija Kanhai
Mint
635-8770
SPONSOR Mother Natures Landscaping
Team #3
Joel McCullough Champagne 313-4495
SPONSOR Lunsford Orthodontics
Will Harris
Red
954-445-9504
Team #4
Jorge Castilla
Royal
543-6127
Team #5
Anival Sanchez
Gold
577-7213
Team #6
Robert Stokes
Kelly
623-0664
Team #7
Ram Jadvani
Columbia
383-8518
Team #8
Kenneth Carr
Orange
598-4262
SPONSOR Tacos Al Carbon
Team #9
Santiago Romero Silver
310-7351
Team #10 Ronald Joachim
Burgundy
429-7525
Team #11 Otta Mora
Yellow
954-695-0142
Team #12 Julio Martinez
Navy
315-4412
SPONSOR J & M Building & Restoration
JANUARY
31- Practices Begin
FEBRUARY
0203050810121218191920-
New Team Manager Meeting 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm
Returning Team Manager Meeting 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm
Regional Referee Clinic 9:00 am to 3:00 pm
Monthly AYSO Board Meeting 6:30 pm
Parent Orientation Meeting 7:00 pm
Opening Day
Team Picture Day
VIP Buddy Training Class 6:30 pm to 8 pm
Team Picture Day
VIP Opening Day
U6 & U8 Referee Clinic for Youths 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
MARCH
08- Monthly AYSO Board Meeting 6:30 pm
26- Last Game of VIP Spring 2011 Season
APRIL
02020507-
Last Game of Spring 2011 Season
Registration for Fall 2011 Season 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
Monthly AYSO Board Meeting 6:30 pm
Parent Orientation Meeting 6:30 pm & 7:30 pm
MAY
Any problems or concern in this
division, please contact the
U10 Boy Coach Coordinator, Rija Kanhai
635-8770 or [email protected] or
Devin Kanhai 281-9128 or
d[email protected]
34
04– Monthly AYSO Board Meeting 6:30 pm
07- Registration for Fall 2011 Season 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
10- Parent Orientation Meeting 6:30 pm & 7:30 pm
14- U10 & U12 Coach Clinic 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
JUNE
04- Final Open Registration for Fall 2011 Season
10:00 AM to 2:00 PM
04- New Player Skill Evaluation 8:30 AM to 2:00 PM
07- Parent Orientation Meeting 6:30 pm & 7:30 pm
11- Coach Clinic 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
8
11
AYSO REGION 345
PLAYER’S CODE
*
Play for the fun of it, not just to please your parents or
coach.
*
Play by the Laws of the Game.
*
Never argue with or complain about referees' calls or
decisions.
*
Control your temper. Most of all, resist the tenmptation
to retaliate when you feel you have been wronged.
*
Concentrate on playing soccer with your best efforts.
Work equally hard for your tearn as for yourself.
*
Be a good sport by cheering all good plays, whether it
is your team's or your opponent's.
*
Treat all players as you would like to be treated. Don't
use foul language on or off the field.
*
Remember that the goals of the garne are to have fun,
improve skills and feel good. Don't be a showoff or a
ball hog.
*
Cooperate with your coaches, teammates, opponents
and the referees.
Check our website at
AYSO345.com
for more
complete information!!
12
AYSO Region 345 Spring 2011 Game Schedule
Okeeheelee Park
U8 Girls—6 & 7 Year Olds
Field 12A & 12B*
DATE
Feb-12
Feb-19
Feb-26
Mar-5
Mar-12
Mar-19
Mar-26
Apr-2
Field A
8:30
1v2
14 v 4
7v6
9v6
10 v 5
13 v 10
3 v 14
5v1
Field B Field A Field B
8:30*
11:00 11:00*
3v4
5v6
7v8
7 v 10 6 v 13 3 v 1
5 v 14 1 v 12 4 v 2
13 v 2 14 v 7 12 v 4
1 v 14 8 v 13 2 v 9
5 v 12
9v3
2v7
6v8
4 v 10 12 v 2
10 v 6 14 v 2 12 v 13
DATE
Feb-12
Feb-19
Feb-26
Mar-5
Mar-12
Mar-19
Mar-26
Apr-2
Field A Field B Field B
12:15 12:15*
1:30
9 v 10 11 v 12 13 v 14
8v5
2 v 11
9 v 12
13 v 3
8v9
11 v 10
8 v 11 10 v 1
3v5
12 v 7 3 v 11
4v6
1v6
4v8
14 v 11
9v7
13 v 5
1 v 11
7v4
3v8
11 v 9
Tropical Roofscapes, Inc.
Full Service Roofing Company
784-3444 877-837-ROOF
33
AYSO Region 345 Spring 2011
Okeeheelee Park
U8 Girls—6 & 7 Year Olds
Coach & Sponsor Information
COACH
Team #1 Glenroy Howell
COLOR
PHONE
Fuschia
202-8592
Tacos Al
Carbon
798-3862 Lunsford
Orthodontics
798-4908
Team #2 William Brintnall Lavender
Team #3 Nestor Garrido
SPONSOR
Pink
Team #4 Gilberto Ramirez Purple
577-2893
Team #5 Sergio Esteves
Watermelon 371-3811
Team #6 Reese Sastro
Kelly
688-8066
Team #7 Franklyn Howe
Columbia
333-7749
Team #8 Eric Luchini
Orange
722-1396
Team #9 Bruce Rhodes
Silver
644-3183
Team #10 Luis Troche
Burgundy
577-9256
Team #11 Catalina Toledo Yellow
386-8457
Team #12 Michelle Quigley Navy
969-2168
Team #13 Oscar Frozini
Hunter
954-520-0548
Team #14 Maria Rigsby
White
684-6367 Tropical
Roofscapes, Inc.
Any problems or concern in this
division, please contact the
U8 Girl Coach Coordinator,
JavierTorres 719-5238 or
[email protected]
PARENT’S CODE: Your role In AYSO
In AYSO, boys and girls learn good sportsmanship and self-discipline. They learn how
to work together, to sacrifice for the good of the team, to enjoy winning and deal with defeatall while becoming physically fit and healthy. Best of all, they have fun.
As a parent, you have a special role in contributing to the needs and development of
these youngsters. Through your encouragement and good example, you can help assure
the effectiveness of the AYSO program.
Here's how:
Support Your Child
It's important that you support your child by giving encouragement and showing an
interest in his or her team.
Help your child work toward skill improvement and good sportsmanship in every game.
Teach your child that hard work and an honest effort are often more important than victory.
Your child will be a winner, even in defeat.
Always Be Positive
Parents are not participants on their child's team. However, they do contribute to the
success experienced by their child and the team,
Parents serve as role models for their children. Become aware of this and work to be
positive models.
Applaud good plays by your child's team and by members of the opposing team.
Support all efforts to remove verbal and physical abuse from youth sporting activities.
Be Enthusiastic and Supportive
Remember that your child is playing soccer. It's important to let children establish their
own goals, to play the game for themselves. Be careful not to impose your own standards
and goals on your child.
Don't put too heavy a burden on your child to win games. Surveys reveal that 72 percent
of children would rather play for a losing team than ride the bench for a winner. Children play
for the fun of playing.
Reinforce Positive Behavior
The best way to help a child to achieve goals and reduce the natural fear of failure is
through positive reinforcement. No one likes to make a mistake. If your child does make
one, remember that he or she is still learning. Encourage your child's efforts and point out
the good things your child accomplished.
Let Coaches Coach and Referees Ref
Coaches and referees are usually parents. They volunteer their time to help make your
child's youth soccer experience a positive one. They need your support, too.
What coaches and referees don't need is your help in coaching from the sidelines. So
please refrain from coaching during games and practices.
Referees are not the bad guys. They are volunteers, too, and need your support and
encouragement. Treat them and their calls fairly and respectfully.
Tacos Al Carbon
4420 Lake Worth Rd
Lake Worth, FL
32
432-8474
13
The Sports Parent
Code of Conduct
1. I will not force my child to participate in sports.
2. I will remember that children participate to have fun.
3. I will inform the coach of any physical disability that may
affect the safety of my child and/or of others.
4. I will learn the rules and policies of the game.
5. I will be a positive role model for my child and encourage sportsmanship by showing respect and courtesy,
and by demonstrating positive support for all players,
coaches, officials and spectators at every game or practice.
6. I will not engage in any unsportsmanlike conduct with an
official, coach, player or parent.
7. I will not encourage any behaviors that would endanger
the health of the athletes.
8. I will teach my child to play by the rules.
9. I will demand that my child treat other players, coaches,
officials and spectators with respect.
10. I will teach my child that doing one’s best is more important than winning.
11. I will praise my child for competing fairly and trying hard.
12. I will never yell at my child or another participant for
making a mistake.
13. I will emphasize skill development and practices over
winning.
14. I will promote emotional and physical well-being of the
athletes ahead of any personal desire I may have for my
child to win.
15. I will respect the officials and their authority during the
games.
16. I will demand a sports environment for my child that is
free from drugs, tobacco and alcohol.
17. I will refrain from coaching my child or other players during games and practices unless I am an official coach.
14
Check our website at
AYSO345.com
For more complete information!!
AYSO Region 345 Spring 2011 Game Schedule
Okeeheelee Park
U8 Boys—6 & 7 Year Olds
Field 12B**, 12C & 12D*
Field C
DATE
8:30
Feb-12
Feb-19
Feb-26
Mar-5
Mar-12
Mar-19
Mar-26
Apr-2
5v6
11 v 7
9 v 16
13 v 3
8v5
5 v 11
15 v 11
5v 4
Field C
DATE
12:15
Feb-12
Feb-19
Feb-26
Mar-5
Mar-12
Mar-19
Mar-26
Apr-2
Field D
8:30*
3v4
6 v 15
8 v 14
1 v 10
9 v 11
9 v 13
7 v 16
11 v 1
Field D
12:15*
Field C Field D
11:00
11:00*
15 v 16
8v3
15 v 10
14 v 11
2 v 12
12 v 16
4v9
2 v 14
7v8
10 v 5
1v6
15 v 2
14 v 16
4v1
12 v 6
8v9
Field C
1:30
Field D
1:30*
9 v 10 11 v 12 13 v 14
13 v 12
9v2
1 v 16
5v2
7 v 13
4 v 12
12 v 8
16 v 5
6v9
15 v 4
6v3
10 v 7
6 v 14
15 v 8
10 v 3
8 v 1 10 v 14
3v2
10 v 12
6v7
15 v 13
A Winning Smile
4623 Forest Hill Blvd, Suite 114
W Palm Beach, Florida 33415
965-7000
1v2
4 v 14
11 v 3
7v4
13 v 1
2v7
13 v 5
16 v 3
Frank Tamargo
Agent—-State Farm
422-8900
31
AYSO Region 345 Spring 2011
Okeeheelee Park
U8 Boys—6 & 7 Year Olds
Coach & Sponsor Information
COACH
Team #1
Team #2
Team #3
Team #4
Team #5
Ivan Restrepo
COLOR
PHONE
Mint
337-0357
Sponsor MK Marketing Group Inc.
Saul Lopez
Champagne
294-3603
Sponsor PD Painting, Inc.
Christine Jankowski Red
424-6006
Sponsor A Winning Smile
Rudy Perez
Royal
333-4510
Sponsor Frank Tamargo-State Farm
James Adkins
Gold
540-8775
Team #6 Donna Perron
Team #7 Peter Hardiman
Team #8
Team #9
Kelly
Columbia
Orange
Silver
Team #10 Jason Levy
Team #11 Sebastian Gordon
Team #12
Team #13
Team #14 Anthony White
Team #15 Orphny Edmond
Burgundy
649-1660
Yellow
379-2281
Navy
Hunter
Sponsor Tacos Al Carbon
White
209-4638
Teal
432-8795
Team #16 Carlos Avalos
Black
Tacos Al Carbon
4420 Lake Worth Rd
Lake Worth, FL 33461
432-8474
Any problems or concern in
this division, please contact
the U8 Boy Coach Coordinator,
Sean Cotter 954-540-9652 or
[email protected]
30
753-3257
254-7329
856-2082
PD Painting, Inc.
3438 Frontier Ave
Lake Worth, FL 33467
561-422-1951
MK Marketing Group
118 E Ocean Ave
Lantana, FL 33462
561-471-8887
TEAM
MANAGEMENT
All parents help the league by helping to pour drinks for
the players, and bringing fruit and water to the games. We
wouldn't have a soccer league if it weren't for you! We also
have some very special parents who generously donate
their time to our league. They deserve recognition.
Team managers used to be called team moms, then
team parents. But, regardless of what they are called, every
team needs someone who organizes the parents on the
team and distributes the league information to them. Team
managers play an important role in helping the league run
smoothly so our children can enjoy playing soccer. They
distribute uniforms, and make sure drinks and fruit are
provided at each game. They make numerous phone calls
to parents - when practices are rained out, when pictures
will be taken, to remind them to bring refreshments, and lots
more.
It is also important for team managers to relay
information from the parents and players to the board of
directors. We want input from our parents and players to
the board of directors. We want input from our parents! The
commissioner and staff can't be on every field at every
game. So, let your team manager know what is going well and not so well - during the season. He or she will report
your comments at the monthly board and staff meeting.
Thanks to all the parents who take the time to give
to AYSO, YOU MAKE IT WORK!!!
Debe Carter
TEAM MANAGEMENT ADMINISTRATOR
[email protected]
15
CODE OF ETHICS
All games and practices shall be governed by
AYSO Rules & Regulations.
If during game play the conduct of a player goes beyond the limits of
good sportsmanship and fair play the referee will caution (yellow card) or
eject (red card) the offending person(s). Issuance of a yellow card will
require the player to leave the field for a cooling off period. Two yellow
cards in the same game equal a red card. Ejection from a game
mandates suspension from the next game. The referee will file the
necessary reports prior to leaving the field.
If spectator or coach conduct goes beyond the limits of good sportsmanship, this may result in the offender being asked to leave the field or if
necessary, termination of the game. Please refrain from such conduct
and set a good example for the children.
Coaches will be responsible for proper behavior of parents and
players assigned to their tearn
In the event that a child is injured during the course of a game, the
referee will stop play. If there is further danger to the injured player, Or at
the first available opportunity, a coach will be called onto the field to
attend to the child. Parents/spectators are not to enter the field unless
called by the referee.
The goals, nets and other field equipment have been purchased by
Region 345 for use by the players. Goals and nets are not to be used as
monkey bars by any child. Parents will be held financially responsible
for damage caused by inappropriate behavior of their children.
No pets are allowed on the field.
Alcoholic beverages are not permitted on the field.
Please help us maintain our fields. All fields must be left in clean
condition after each game. Parents can help by reminding children not to
litter.
Coaches will remain ten yards on either side of the halfway line in the
coaches box on the side of the field that the team is on. Only 1 coach and
1 assistant coach from each team may be in the box.
Parents and spectators must remaiin at least 12 feet behind the
sideline. No one is allowed behind the end zones.
Negative or inflammattory remarks or actions directed toward
coaches, players, referees, AYSO staff and other spectators are
absolutely unacceptable and will not be tolerated from anyone.
Remember, everyone is a volunteer!
The referee during a game makes the final decision in all
matters. Individuals wishing to discuss any aspect of the program should
do so in a positive manner by first speaking with the coach, then the
division director. If your questions cannot be answered or resolved, then
call a mernber of the Executive Board. Remember, quality input results
in a quality program for everyone involved.
16
AYSO Region 345 Spring 2011 Game Schedule
Okeeheelee Park
U6 Girls—4 & 5 Year Olds
Field 11B
DATE
8:30
9:15
10:00
10:45
Feb-12 11 v 12
3v4
5v6
7v8
Feb-19 13 v 12 6 v 15
8v3
10 v 5
Feb-26
7 v 13
8 v 14
4 v 12
11 v 3
Mar-5
7v4
12 v 8
14 v 11
15 v 2
Mar-12
10 v 7
9 v 11
13 v 1
14 v 16
Mar-19
10 v 3
9 v 13
4v1
2v7
Mar-26 15 v 11 7 v 16
4v9
12 v 6
Apr-2
6v7
11 v 1
2 v 14
8v9
DATE
Feb-12
Feb-19
Feb-26
Mar-5
Mar-12
Mar-19
Mar-26
Apr-2
11:30
12:15
9 v 10
1v2
11 v 7
9v2
5v2
9 v 16
3 v 13
16 v 5
15 v 4
6v3
6 v 14
15 v 8
8v1
10 v 14
10 v 12
5v4
1:00
13 v 14
1 v 16
15 v 10
6v9
8v5
5 v 11
3v2
15 v 13
1:45
15 v 16
4 v 14
1v6
1 v 10
2 v 12
12 v 16
13 v 5
16 v 3
CCF, Inc.
14843 April Drive
Loxahatchee, FL
333-5231
616-5550
29
AYSO Region 345 Spring 2011
Okeeheelee Park
U6 Girls—4 & 5 Year Olds
Coach & Sponsor Information
COACH
Team #1
Team #2 Brett Vanalstyne
Team #3
COLOR
PHONE
Fuschia
Sponsor
Lavender
Sponsor
Pink
Sponsor
Quick LawFirm, P.A.
317-0849
Tacos Al Carbon
CCF, Inc.
Team #4 Coleeen Danforth
Purple
601-1116
Team #5 Ricardo James
Watermelon
471-9993
Team #6 Syam Koreboina
Kelly
282-1437
Team #7 Soliman Martinez
Columbia
954-295-2573
Team #8 Darrell Lockett
Orange
856-1838
Team #9 Dan Begley
Silver
514-3088
Sponsor Steinger, Iscoe & Green
Burgundy
954-254-6885
Team #10 Edwin Perez
Team #11 Dawn Westendorf Yellow
236-0349
Team #12 James Adkins
Navy
540-8775
Team #13 Robert Baker
Hunter
723-4622
Team #14 Clarence Coicou
White
643-1698
Team #15
Teal
Team #16
Navy
Any problems or concern in this
division, please contact the
U6 Girl Coach Coordinator,
Catalina Toledo at 386-8457 or
[email protected]
28
Tacos Al Carbon
4420 Lake Worth Rd
Lake Worth, FL 33461
432-8474
THE REFEREE
The Referee is the ultimate authority during the game. The
referee's chief responsibilities are to make the game as fun, fair and
safe for the players as possible. The referee enforces the rules which, in soccer, are called "Laws" - by calling offenses and
determining if goals have been scored.
Referee's Assistants (aka Linespersons) provide vital assistance
to the referee by signaling when the ball has gone out of play and
which team gets possession. Referee's Assistants also assist with
substitutions and the general control of the game.
Refereeing is by no means a perfect science, and there is no
such thing as a perfect referee. Calling a game requires many
judgement calls. It is our responsibility as players and parents
to accept those judgements, whether you agree or not, and to
keep three very important things in mind regarding these
Officials.
1) They are volunteers.
2) They are human beings.
3) They are out there for one reason, and one reason only FOR THE KIDS!!
The referee or referee's assistant play a critical part in the game
of soccer, and our organization in general. They have a very
demanding, and often times, thankless job.
All AYSO officials have been trained and certified. We require
that they conduct themselves in a professional manner, and that
they show respect for the players, coaches and spectators.
Likewise, we expect our players, coaches and parents to give
officials the respect and credit they deserve. It can be as simple as
thanking the referee for calling your game, even if your team did not
win. Or telling the referee when they make a good call, even if it
was against your team. These simple acts also serve another very
important purpose - It will build character in our children and
provide them with proper role models.
We need to work together as a league and support each other
so that we can keep AYSO Soccer the way it was meant to be. Fun
For Everyone.
If you would like to help us out this season, please give us a call.
We are listed on the Volunteer Board & Staff page.
Douglas Rodas- Referee Administrator
712-1-1696
[email protected]
17
AYSO REGION 345
DISCIPLINARY RULES
OFFENSE
C
P
S&V
DISCIPLINE
Assault on Referee
X
X
X
5 Years
L/S
Scoring: (6) six goal rule
(all divisions except U6’s)
If a team wins by more than (6) goals,
the coach shall receive a yellow card.
If this happens twice in a season, the
coach will be suspended for (1) one
game.
X
1 Game
L/S
Any U10 & above player receiving (3)
three yellow cards in one season will
be suspended for (1) one game following the third one with no appeal
Enter Ineligible Player
*Player Under Suspension
*Non-AYSO Player
*Not Following the 3/4 Rule
*Any player assigned to a team may
not play in an age bracket lower than
they are currently playing
X
LEVEL
L
X
X
X
X
2 Games
1 Year
1 Game
1 Game
L/S
L/S
L/S
Enter Field W/O Permission
X
X
X
1 Game
L/S
Fighting
X
X
X
5 Games
L/S
Foul Language or Gesture
X
X
X
1 Game
L/S
Non-Specific
Unsportsmanlike Behavior
X
X
X
1 Game
L/S
Red Card
X
X
X
1 Game
L/S
Second Caution
X
X
X
1 Game
L/S
Verbal Abuse
X
X
X
1 Game
L/S
Verbal Threats
X
X
X
1 Year
L/S
Violent Conduct
X
X
X
1 Year
L/S
C-COACH P-PLAYER S-SPECTATOR V-VOLUNTEER
LEVELS: L-LEAGUE GAME S-STATE GAMES
Any player receiving a red card is required to serve their suspension
at the next scheduled game or games depending on suspension before
they can participate in another game
18
AYSO Region 345 Spring 2011 Game Schedule
Okeeheelee Park
U6 Boys—4 & 5 Year Olds
Field 11C & 11B*
DATE
8:30
9:15
10:00
10:45 11:30
Feb-12
1v2
3v4
5v6
7v8
9 v 10
Feb-19
23 v 7 26 v 9
18 v 6
1 v 14 28 v 16
Feb-26 24 v 27 20 v 15 18 v 22 23 v 19 21 v 26
Mar-5
24 v 16 27 v 7
1v9
12 v 4
6 v 14
Mar-12
1 v 18 3 v 16 14 v 26
7 v 20
2 v 13
Mar-19 12 v 20 14 v 22 23 v 15 18 v 26 19 v 27
Mar-26 16 v 18 17 v 19 21 v 20 22 v 24 27 v 2
Apr-2
2 v 23 26 v 3
7v1
25 v 20 22 v 28
DATE
Feb-12
Feb-19
Feb-26
Mar-5
Mar-12
Mar-19
Mar-26
Apr-2
DATE
Feb-12
Feb-19
Feb-26
Mar-5
Mar-12
Mar-19
Mar-26
Apr-2
12:15
11 v 12
27 v 12
17 v 14
8 v 15
19 v 4
10 v 2
28 v 26
19 v 13
3:15
21 v 22
11 v 24
5 v 10
25 v 17
22 v 9
11 v 3
7v6
6 v 12
1:00
15 v 16
8 v 19
6v2
18 v 10
21 v 6
24 v 4
25 v 23
16 v 21
3:15*
23 v 24
17 v 15
7 v 11
20 v 28
12 v 23
13 v 5
12 v 10
8 v 14
1:45
13 v 14
10 v 21
28 v 4
22 v 2
8 v 24
25 v 6
1v3
27 v 5
4:00
25 v 26
20 v 3
13 v 9
11 v 19
17 v 5
7 v 16
14 v 11
15 v 10
2:30
2:30*
17 v 18 19 v 20
4v2
13 v 25
1 v 25
8v3
21 v 13 26 v 5
25 v 10 11 v 28
28 v 8
9 v 17
5v4
9v8
24 v 17
9v4
4:00
27 v 28
22 v 5
12 v 16
3 v 23
27 v 15
21 v 1
13 v 15
18 v 11
27
AYSO Region 345 Spring 2011
Okeeheelee Park
AYSO REGION 345
DISCIPLINARY RULES
U6 Boys-4 & 5 Year Olds
Coach & Sponsor Information
COACH
Team #1 Carlos Avalos
COLOR
Mint
PHONE
SPONSOR
Team #2 Paul Forberger
Champagne
856-2082
KC Saunders
Air Condtioning & Heating
795-0044 Mobile Chiropractic
Team #3 Antonio Solarte
Red
601-4143
Team #4 Carlos Suarez
Royal
215-8465
Team #5 Matilda Pinedo
Team #6 Edwin Patino
Gold
Kelly
429-6202
373-0368
Team #7 Suzanne Valentine
Columbia
641-7249
Team #8 Mario Moreno
Orange
644-8082
Team #9 Henry Estela
Silver
827-1824
Team #10
Burgundy
Team #11 Juan Lopez
Yellow
305-1031
Team #12 Kris Swanson
Navy
649-6613
Team #13 Christopher Prew
Hunter
358-2099
Team #14 Natasha Rodriguez
White
640-9687
Team #15 Diego Villamil
Teal
697-0048
Team #16 Ronald Joachim
Black
568-7488
Team #17 Leo Stoltz
Lime
723-2047
Team #18 Edgar Villegas
Lemon
294-7931
Team #19 Wilson Collazos
White
729-4663
Team #20 Eduardo Martinez
Burgundy
704-6266
Team #21 Adrian Lopez
White
385-8142
Team #22
Rust
Team #23 Claude Rigaud
White
282-8843
Team #24 Gabby Rodriguez
Team #25 Andrew Jones
Team #26 Kai Long
Team #27
Team #28 Carlos Mahecha
Royal
Black
White
Red
Columbia
640-9687
967-9015
644-2873
Tacos Al Carbon
4420 Lake Worth Rd
Lake Worth, FL 33461
432-8474
26
Halle Shaw & Pfaffenberger
Attorney at Law
Tacos Al Carbon
729-4544
Any problems or concern in this
division, please contact the U6 Boy
Coach Coordinator, Maria Rigsby at
674-5357 or [email protected]
or Natasha Rodriguez 640-9687 or
[email protected]
CONDITIONS FOR ADMINISTERING DISCIPLINE AND
APPEALING A DISCIPLINARY ACTION
1. Except as set forth below, disciplines may be issued only by an AYSO
Regional Referee or higher. Persons receiving a disciplinary action shall
leave the field of play immediately.
2. Referees will note any discipline given on the back of the game card, that
is given to the Referee at the beginning of the game by the coaches,
which they must sign and return to the AYSO Region 345 Referee
Administrator.
3. The AYSO Region 345 Referee Administrator shall inform any person
receiving a discipline that the discipline has been issued and direct them
to this document to explain the procedures for appeal.
4. Any person receiving a discipline shall have the right to appeal. Such
appeal shall be made in writing and delivered to the AYSO Region 345
Referee Administrator within 48 hours of receiving notification that the
discipline has been issued.
5. The AYSO Region 345 Referee Administrator shall investigate the incident
by speaking to available participants and available third parties.
6. Prior to the next game to be played, the AYSO Region 345 Referee
Administrator shall convene am AYSO Region 345 Disciplinary Committee
meeting to consider the appeal and present the findings of the investigation. The AYSO Region 345 Disciplinary Committee shall consist of the
AYSO Region 345 Referee Administrator, AYSO Region 345 Coach
Administrator, AYSO Region 345 Child & Volunteer Protection Advocate,
AYSO Region 345 Assistant Regional Commissioner, and AYSO Region
345 Regional Commissioner. By a majority vote, the AYSO Region 345
Disciplinary Committee shall decide whether the discipline shall be upheld
or overturned. AYSO Region 345 Disciplinary Committee members with
direct involvement in the incident leading to the discipline or original
issuance of the discipline shall excuse themselves from participation in
the appeal process. The vote shall be considered as upholding the
discipline. The AYSO Region 345 Referee Administrator shall notify the
disciplined person of the results of the appeal.
7. The criteria set forth above are generally orientated toward game
situations. The criteria may also be applied to infractions, which occur
during practices or other regional functions. To this end, any AYSO
Region 345 board member may bring the behavior of any player, coach,
referee, or spectator, which is deemed inappropriate according to the
infraction conditions listed above, to the AYSO Region 345 Regional
Commissioner who shall issue the discipline according to the infraction list
and corresponding disciplines, set forth within.
19
AYSO Region 345
"Zero Tolerance" Policy on
Youth Referee Abuse
Mobile chiro card
Purpose of the Policy
Youth development is the central focus of the AYSO program. This includes development of youth whether they are soccer players or soccer
referees. All the AYSO guidelines and policies on providing a "Safe, Fair and Fun" environment
for players also apply to youth referees. Only "Positive, Instructive, and Encouraging" comments
are allowed to be directed at youth players or youth referees. The purpose of this policy is to
make clear that verbal abuse of youth referees is as unacceptable as verbal abuse of youth
players and to adopt basic standard sanctions for improper conduct.
This policy is not intended to imply that youth referees are always "right" and the adult spectator or coach is always "wrong". Just as youth players will make mistakes during play, youth
referees will make mistakes in officiating, particularly in the younger divisions where they are
learning how to referee. In addition, sometimes youth referees are "in over their head" because
of a particularly challenging game, an assignment beyond their experience or comfort level, etc.
Card quick law firm
Card Haile Shaw
Policy on Youth Referee Abuse
1. It is never acceptable to abuse youth referees verbally or otherwise, in any situation. AYSO Region 345 will not tolerate any verbal or other abuse or criticism of a
youth referee by any coach or spectator. Abuse includes any verbal or other conduct,
which is defined or characterized as abusive conduct under the AYSO National
Guidelines.
2. Should such abuse occur, the incident will be reported immediately by the AYSO
Regional Referee Administrator who will implement the "Region 345 Disciplinary
Sanctions for Youth Referee Abuse."
3. Any AYSO Region 345 Board Member or AYSO certified adult referee shall, if
necessary, intervene if any coach, spectator, or other adult is abusing a youth
referee, verbally or otherwise and may take immediate appropriate action to include
directing the offender to leave the site, and/or to suspend or terminate the game.
Handling general dissent is part of the referee's job. If the offensive conduct
constitutes dissent rather than abuse and the youth referee appears to be managing
the dissent appropriately, no intervention is necessary. However, serious, repetitious
dissent to provoke an argument shall be regarded as a type of abuse and is deemed
unallowable and will be dealt with according to the AYSO Region 345 Disciplinary
Sanctions for Youth Referee Abuse.
Card painting card
Card Anthony Garcia
Card winning smile
Card heavenly landscape
4. A Coach may only communicate in a positive way with a youth referee. The coach
is responsible for ensuring all spectators follow the AYSO Region 345 Guidelines
relating to communication with a youth referee. A coach/ spectator may not express
disagreement or dissatisfaction with the youth referee's officiating.
5. AYSO Region 345 adult volunteers (any coaches, Board Member, other referees,
Division Commissioner, etc.) shall report any incident of youth referee abuse to the
AYSO Region 345 Regional Referee Administrator within 24 hours of the incident.
6. There are appropriate avenues for coaches or spectators to share concerns about
the quality of officiating. The AYSO Region 345 Referee Staff welcomes constructive
comments about youth referees. However, any criticism or critique of a youth referee's performance may only be communicated to the youth by the AYSO Region 345
Regional Director of Assessment, a designated AYSO Region 345 Referee Mentor,
the AYSO Region 345 Youth Referee Director, or the AYSO Region 345 Regional
Referee Administrator. A Coach or Spectator should not, before, during or after a
game, discuss with the youth referee the coach's critique of the referee's
performance, other than to thank and compliment the referee.
20
Card tropical roofscapes
25
AYSO VIP
SOCCER
AYSO Region #345
Okeeheelee Park
Everyone Plays…Everyone Wins!
The AYSO Very Important Player (VIP) Program
provides a quality soccer experience for children
(ages 5-15) with special needs that make it difficult
to successfully participate on mainstream teams.
AYSO Region 345
Disciplinary Sanctions for Youth Referee Abuse
1. The AYSO Region 345 Regional Referee Administrator, upon receipt of any reported abuse of a
youth referee shall investigate the incident and shall implement appropriate discipline, before the next
game if possible. The offending person and the Division Coordinator, AYSO Region 345 Regional
Coach Administrator, AYSO Region 345 Regional Referee Administrator, AYSO Region 345 Regional
Commissioner, AYSO Region 345 Youth Referee Director, and the AYSO Region 345 Child Protection
Advocate shall be notified of the disciplinary action.
The following sanctions will be applied until and unless modified by the AYSO Region 345 Disciplinary
Committee convened to hear the matter:
Type of Abuse
Recommendation to Disciplinary Committee
i. Verbal Abuse of a youth referee
(serious, repetitious dissent to provoke
an argument, criticism or demeaning language,
but which doesn’t include offensive, insulting
or foul language)-first offense
1 game/week suspension
ii. Serious verbal abuse of a youth referee
(e.g. using offensive, insulting, or foul language
Or repeated incident of less serious abuse
2 game/week suspension-Disciplinary
Committee hearing to consider
additional sanctions and/or remedial
actions
WHO:
Players with special needs who can not
play on mainstream teams
WHAT: Learn & Play Soccer!
WHERE: Okeeheelee Park Soccer Fields
7715 Forest Hill Boulevard
West Palm Beach, FL 33415
iii. Stepping onto the field or other threat to
a youth referee (by word or action)
COST:
$50.00 per player
SEASON DATES: Every Saturday starting February 19
through March 26 from 9:45am to 11:00 am
INCLUDES: Insurance, Uniform, Magazine, & More!
3. Egregious offenses (e.g. repeated of multiple abusive situation, physical contact with a
Youth referee, or Exceptionally inappropriate misbehavior directed toward a youth referee) shall
result in immediate and continuing suspension of the offending person pending a AYSO Region 345
Disciplinary Committee hearing. The AYSO Region 345 Disciplinary Committee will determine if further
or more serious discipline is warranted. An egregious offense violates The fundamental mission of
AYSO and requires strong action. Discipline may include, but is not limited to, suspension for the
season, suspension for multiple seasons, taking referee training, referee a set number of games, or
other remedial education and training), or expulsion of the person and/or their child from further
participation in AYSO Region 345.
For Complete Registration Information, visit
AYSO345.com or email Rachel Forberger at
[email protected] or (561)795-0044.
AYSO Region 345 is a great place to earn
community service hours for those who need
them. The VIP program could use lots of help as
well and is a great place to earn worthwhile
community service hours!
24
4 game/week suspension – Disciplinary
Committee hearing to consider additional sanctions and/or remedial actions and, if required by a letter of apology to the youth referee, any specified
form of appropriate apology to the
player, coaches and parents of the
teams affected by the conduct.
2. The AYSO Region 345 Disciplinary Committee when determining whether a lesser level of
sanction should be applied or take immediate and sincere remorse on the part of the offender
into account.
4. A suspended parent or other non-coach may not, during their suspension, attend a game of the
team at who’s game the conduct occurred; that adult may attend other children’s games in other
age groups. A suspended coach may not, during the suspension, attend any game for the team
At whose game the conduct occurred. The coach may attend practices of that team and games of
other teams unless notified of additional restrictions by the AYSO Region 345 Regional Referee
Administrator or the AYSO Region 345 Disciplinary Committee.
5. The AYSO Region 345 Regional Board of Directors shall be notified of all suspensions at its next
regular meeting and shall, subject to any further action of the AYSO Region 345 Disciplinary Committee
and any right of appeal, enforce the disciplinary action.
6. These sanctions apply only to the discipline of adult spectators or coaches. This policy doe
not apply to AYSO Region 345 players or youth (under age 18) spectators.
7. These sanctions do not limit, prevent, or replace any voluntary or required report or referral of
improper conduct, by any adult toward any child , to any law enforcement or child protection
agency.
21
Rules of the Game
Rules of the Game
Under 6 Referee Review
Coach or team representative will be required to ref their own game
(home team first half and visitor second half).
Duration of the Game: Four five-minute periods. There is a 2 1/2-minute
break at the end of the first and third quarters. A 5-minute break at half-time.
Start of the Game: Both teams are lined up at center circle to check all
players for shinguards and tennis shoes or soft cleated soccer shoes. NO
jewelry is allowed. A coin toss will occur at this time and the winner of the coin
toss picks which goal they desire to defend. Both coaches need to give their
line up cards to the referee. The number of players is 3 on 3, with a minimum
number of players on the field is 3. Teams may borrow a player from the team
they are playing if both coaches agree to it. Teams must play with an equal
number of players. All players must play a minimum of two quarters, and three
quarters when possible. No player can play four quarters until all players have
played at least three quarters. We do not play with a goal keeper and no player
may use their hands except for throw-ins. The referee will blow the whistle to
start or stop play. Remember, the players will learn to play the whistle. It is
important for the referee to explain every call to the kids as they occur.
Restarts
Throw-ins: A throw-in is taken to restart the game after the ball goes out of
play past the touch line (Side Line). The ball must cross completely over the
touch line to be out of play. The throw-in is taken by any player on the team
who did not touch the ball last. The throw- in must be taken from the spot
where the ball went out last. All players should be kept back a safe distance.
All players will be allowed to retake a bad throw-in all season without a penalty.
Kicks: When the whole ball passes over the goal line (not in the goal), it
should be kicked into play from the goal line half way between the goal and the
corner. (No corner kicks). All players should be kept back a safe distance.
Intentional Heading and Slide Tackling Is NOT permitted. Any infraction
of this, will warrant a direct free kick for the opposing team.
Fouls and Misconducts: All fouls and misconducts must be started by a
Direct Free Kick, with opponents at least five yards away. A DFK means the
ball does not need to touch another player before it can be deemed a goal.
Pushing, kicking, striking, tripping, and hand balls are all fouls. If multiple players fall down around the ball, this is considered dangerous and the game
should stop and restart with a drop ball. The ball is dropped between two players (one player from each team). We will not give any Red or Yellow cards to
any player in this division at any time ALTHOUGH COACHES AND
SPECTATORS MAY BE GIVEN ONE.
Method of Scoring: When the whole ball crosses over the goal line and
into the goal area, the team receives 1 point.
NO coach or parent may enter the field of play without the referee’s
permission. Players and parents must be on the opposite sides of the field. No
coach or parent should be in the areas behind the goals.
Safe, Fun, Fair
The game should be kept flowing as much as possible without risk of injury.
The game should be fair to all players and should be kept FUN!!
22
Under 8 Referee Review
1. Coach or team representative will be required to referee their own game
(Home team first half and visitor second half).
2. This division plays without a goalkeeper.
3. It is important for a referee to explain every call to the kids as they occur
for the first three weeks of the season.
4. All players will be allowed to retake a bad throw-in once without a
enalty for the First three weeks.
5. The coach may substitute during a quarter if a player is injured. The
coach must receive permission from the referee before any substitutions
can occur.
6. NO coach or parent may enter the field of play without the referee's
permission
7. Game duration: Four 10 minute quarters with 2 1/2 minutes between 1st
and 3rd and 5 minutes at halftime for water and substitutions.
8. NO Indirect Free Kicks or Penalty Kicks, ALL FOULS ARE DIRECT
FREE KICKS, even a hand ball.
9. We will not give any Red cards to any player in this division at any time.
ALTHOUGH COACHES AND SPECTATORS MAY BE GIVEN ONE.
10. Players, Coaches and Team Managers must stay on one side of the field
with the players withspectators & parents on the opposite side.
11. Number of players is 6 on 6, the minimum number of players is 3. If one
team is short-sided the teams may borrow a player from the opposing
team if both coaches agree to it.
12. No Offsides in this division unless a player is camped out by the
goal area.
13. Ball size 3. Shinguards are mandatory for practices and games.
Tennis shoes or soccer cleats may be worn. NO baseball or
football cleats are allowed. Metal spikes are not allowed.
14. All plavers MUST play two quarters. No player can play four
quarters unless all players have played at least three quarters.
15. Intentional Heading and Slide Tackling is not permitted. Any
infraction of this, will warrant a Direct Free Kick for the opposing
team.
16. Referees should be emphasize: FUN, FAIRNESS, SAFETY,
LEARNING
17 Six Goal Rule-If a team wins by more than (6) six goals, the coach shall
receive a yellow card. If this happens twice in a season, the coach will
be suspended for (1) one game.
23