League Director: Philip Douse firstname.lastname@example.org
Last winter 46 teams (freshmen, JV, and varsity I & II) from across the tri-county area played in this winter program. Teams are placed into one of four divisions - divisions are ability based. Strong JV programs are permitted to play up as are weak varsity programs allowed to play down. It is our intention to form divisions of equally talented teams. Standings are not recorded; this is an organized series of ‘friendly’ matches throughout the winter against like quality opponents. Programs entering more than one team are permitted to shuttle players between teams to ensure competitive numbers and for coaches to assess players in different positions, teammates, etc… We understand this off-season prep program is a major opportunity for teams to train together in real life competitive games. Allowing kids to play as often as possible with their class mates in anticipation of the spring outdoor season is critical to organizing the best team as possible come the spring ’18 outdoor high school girls programs. Players need to wear their OYA provided team shirt.
Games will be played only on the weekends (Saturday & Sunday only) starting Sunday, November 26, 2017 through Sunday, March 11, 2018. Game times on Saturday’s will vary between 7a and 11p starts. Sunday’s start times will vary between 7a and 6p. No games will be scheduled December 23, 24 and December 30, 31 and Super Bowl Sunday, February 4 after 4p, or winter break February 17, 18, 2018.
When entering your team, please take a moment to give us your best assessment of the kids joining the team. Player eligibility: must be enrolled in high school academic courses (home school, private school or public school). Strong U14 girl’s travel teams are granted exception into league. Absolutely no post high school / college students allowed.
All games will be 11v11 with off sides called. OYA uses a two-man officiating crew. Scheduling requests will be taken but not guaranteed. All teams will have games prior to the Christmas break without exception.
Teams registering (with a deposit on or before 10/15/17) will receive an indoor practice or two based on availability prior to the indoor season starting. This is a good way to get together interested players, organize team funds/roster, and get the kids ready for competitive play. Each team determines their own shirt colors based on first deposited.
Rosters need to be on file with league director prior to first game. Roster information required: players name, telephone number, and email - parental signatures not required.
Fee includes 10-games, all referee fees, set of game shirts (22) per team and a 1-hour pre-season indoor practice if committed by 10/15/17. Schools entering more than one team will receive the same color sets of shirts for easy shuttling of players between teams. Indoor practice must be used by 11/30/17. Teams are permitted to schedule their practice time after commitment to the program. To reserve a team spot, new teams to the program need to submit a non-refundable deposit of $400 must be received. Returning teams just need to communicate their needs to director Philip Douse. This program is open on a first come, first in basis. Team balances required by first scheduled game.
League Director: Philip Douse email@example.comRegister as a full team in our High School Boys league. Coaches, think of it as either a preseason or as a pre-tryout!
High school boys looking to stay in shape and have some fun throughout the winter should consider this program.
All teams will receive a full set (14 shirts) of team shirts (all different colors) - 8v8 format (7 field players plus goalie). Games are played on Sunday’s only throughout the winter session.
Player eligibility: Must be enrolled in high school academic courses (home school, private school or public school). High school graduates are not permitted to play, participation will forfeit match.
Enter a full team of friends, or enter individually and join the ‘House Team’.
House team – The first 14 high school age boys to enroll will be put together, provided a matching jersey, and coached by a consistent OYA staff coach weekly for the season. The house team need a minimum of 12 registered boys to fly as a team.
Are you a goalie? If so, you play free. Advanced notice and communication confirmation is required to secure this spot.
Email director Philip Douse firstname.lastname@example.org if you are a goalie and you want to commit.↓ 1576 ↓