To continue the success of last years clinic, the club will offer players a four-day clinic, running Monday-Thursday from 9am to Noon at the fields around Westview Elementary and the Hayes Community Center. Professional Trainers will be onsite to prepare players for tryouts and the upcoming Fall 2014 season. There will also be goalie training for U11 players and above, who are interested in that position.
For the 1997 – 1999 boys and girls age groups there are the following sessions:
Mondays, April 21 and 28 - (Girls) 6-8pm
Tuesdays, April 22 and 29 - (Boys) 6-8pm
District Select/ODP Festival for the 2000 – 2002 boys and girls:
Saturday, May 3, 2014
Session 1: Boys 9:00am – 12:00pm
Session 2: Girls 1:00pm – 4:00pm
Click the pic for more detailed information.
Tryouts have been held, teams have been formed, and every team has coaches! Some teams have openings, and to get more information contact the adult listed below:
for Girls U09-11 email Girls Director Mr Jade Paulseth
for Boys U14C2-Sutton email coach Marc Sutton
for Girls U15C3-Bartczak email Mr Jade Paulseth
for Girls U13C2-Gadient email Mr Jade Paulseth
for Girls U17C3-Johnson email team manager Lisa Eppel
Join European soccer powerhouses Olympiacos and Manchester City as they compete in this summer's International Champions Cup. Be there live to witness the Gods Of Soccer as they contend for the International Champions Cup crown. Minneapolis – TCF Bank Stadium, August 2, 2014.
Register now for the 2014 Apple Valley Invitational! One weekend only this year: May 30 - June 1, the weekend after Memorial Day. To learn more or to register, click on the colorful logo above.
In case of rain: coach will notify you of new date
In case of rain: pictures will be taken inside Hayes Community Center
Talk with your child about his/her goals and how sports may help him/her achieve them. Recognize that your goals for his/her sports experience may not be the same as his/hers. Support him/her in striving to reach his/her goals. If the goals are all about skills or results, remind your child that "having fun" should be at the top of the list