Wednesday, October 6, 2010
Saturday, September 18, 2010
Tuesday, August 31, 2010
Wednesday, August 25, 2010
Monday, August 16, 2010
From the feedback received, it was a terrific event. Barbara Haig did an absolutely fantastic job planning, and delivering this event (AND INSTRUCTING our U12 Course TOO!).
The crew from Region 716, Nipomo, Area 10/Qs smallest region, did an absolutely fantastic job with the food and facilities, and ALL of our regions had both students there to learn, and volunteers there to help serve food, etc.
Students were here on the Central Coast from Area 10/Q, 10/A, 10/V, and 10/W, and instructors from 10/Q and 10/A, as well as from AYSOs National organization.
It was wonderful to have support there from our National organization: National Vice President, Paula Berriz (who’s son Jason did a great job helping to instruct the goalkeeping and shooting modules), National Director of Events and Camps, Scott Gimple (who was a student in our Advanced Coaching Course), and, of course, Chair of the National Coaching Commission, Hugh McLeish (who instructed our Advanced Coaching Course).
Area 10/Q Coach Trainer, Rob Cantrell did a wonderful job instructing our Intermediate Coaching Course, and mentoring.
And, we had FOUR Advanced Coach Instructor candidates assisting with the instructing and being mentored. All did a terrific job.
The Cal Poly Men’s team did a lunch-time clinic for the coaches, and the Cal Poly Women’s team scrimmaged at the camp on Sunday, and provided our Advanced Coach Instructors a wonderful match-analysis opportunity.
Much appreciation to the three AYSO referees, Bill Csete, Greg Pisano, and Ted Ortiz, who came out on Sunday to support the coaching camp by referring the Cal Poly Women’s team scrimmage. They did a wonderful job.
AYSO is looking forward to holding the Coach Camp again next August. (They are penciling in August 12/13/14 for this camp, and will confirm the dates at our September Area meeting.)
CVSC Bulldogs, CVSC Chaos and CVSC Chelsea all brought home Championships in our club's host tournament, the Cool Summer Cup. CVSC Spartans were Finalist in the BU10 division.
CVSC United GU17 set up a busy July, attending two College Showcase Tournaments in Davis and Santa Barbara. In the Davis College Showcase, United was able to secure a position in the Championship game with a strong effort in pool play. United represented our club very well and brought home the Finalist medals after losing in finals, 0-3 to Diablo FC. In the Santa Barbara Premier College Showcase, United went undefeated, winning 3 games by scores of 4-3, 3-1 and 1-0. United continues their strong summer tournament schedule with the Mustang Stampede, Aug 7-9th.
CVSC Chaos continues to turn heads wherever they go. Chaos followed up their Cool Summer Cup championship with another Championship at the Huntington Beach Xtreme tournament in late July. Chaos outscored their opponents 21-5, going undefeated and bringing home the Championship trophy. Chaos will continue their summer tournament schedule with tournaments in Santa Barbara and Thousand Oaks in August.
Our boys were also represented well in the Championships in July as our BU14 Manchester Utd. team travelled to Cypress July 31st and played in the Cypress Cup. After a first round loss to Canyon FC (5-6), Manchester fought their way back with a 9-0 trumping of NHB Black on Saturday afternoon. A semi-final victory on Sunday morning versus Elite FC (4-2) put the boys into the Championship, where they triumphed over Santa Monica Utd 3-2. Well done Gentlemen!
Central Coast Condors U10B -- Finalist, White
Central Coast Condors B99 -- Champion, Black
San Luis Obispo SC B99 Fire -- Finalist, White
Eagles Central Coast U12B -- Champion, Black
Coastal Valley Manchester -- Champion, Black
Central Coast Condors U16B -- Finalist, Black
San Luis Obispo SC G00 -- Silver Finalist, Black
Central Coast Condors U12G -- Finalist, White
Central Coast Condors G95 -- Finalist, Black
San Luis Obispo SC G95 -- Finalist, White
Click to enlarge Mustang Women's Soccer Program Unveils 2010 Schedule 2010 CAL POLY WOMEN'S SOCCER SCHEDULE
Saturday, July 17, 2010
CCSoccer Mens 35+ is a new soccer league designed to be fun for men 35 years and over that want to play soccer. Our goal is a recreational league where you can showcase your skills without worrying about missing work the next day! The rules will create an environment that will be more aggressive than co-ed, but not as cut throat as the competitive men’s leagues in the area.
Individuals can sign up, and you can group yourself with up to 4 others you want to play with. Each season we will mix up the teams, keeping with the recreational spirit of the league.
Games will be played at Damon Garcia in SLO on Thursday Evenings starting August 5th.
For more info, log into http://www.CCSoccer.com and check out CCSoccer Mens 35+!
Sunday, July 11, 2010
Today's victory comes in a 2 -1 win over Boynton Beach, FL. The games were played at the Polo Grounds in West Palm Beach, Florida.
Every two years AYSO teams from around the country are selected for invitation to the AYSO National Games. This year, three teams from Area 10/Q were selected, and two were able to accept these invitations, both from Lompoc, Region 77, a U10G team and a U12G team.
Before the National Games competition began, the players participated in a soccer-fest, playing in pickup teams with players from around the country. The soccer-fest is often a highlight for the players who attend the AYSO National Games.
This year, all the pieces came together for the Lompoc U12G team, putting them in second place in their pool, and providing them an opportunity to advance to the quarterfinals, semifinals, and ultimately to the championship game.
Nice work ladies! Congratulations to each of you!
For more information on a SUMMER CAMP location near you, scholarship opportunity, or team discount, call Catalyst Soccer at (805) 541-3031 or simply go to http://www.catalystsoccer.com
Super FUNdamentals (Boys and Girls, Ages 6-14): 9 to noon, Cost: $125
Little Skillsbuilders (Boys and Girls, Ages 4-6): 9:30 to 11 am, Cost: $75
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please call: Kathleen Lemieux at 805.756.2654.
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• July 19-23, 2010
• Motivated Girls - Ages 9-14 years
• Cal Poly Sports Complex (located on campus)
• 9am- 11:30am
SAN LUIS OBISPO – Following a brief vacation back in the United States and prior to his return back to Liverpool, former Cal Poly midfielder and current Everton Football Club member Anton Peterlin has filed his final Mustang on Merseyside journal entry for the 2009-10 season. The latest post and all previous entries can be viewed HERE or by selecting the above link.
Having appeared with the club’s reserve side during his initial professional season, Peterlin ... http://www.gopoly.com/index.php?p=sports&tab=news&id=29911&article_id=97792
Thursday, June 24, 2010
And, just today, Amazon announced that the Kindle is available now for $189! (I guess the iPad has had an impact on Amazon!)
(32 Panels Net is of course available as an RSS Feed through Google Reader on your web browser, or through apps such as Feeddler on the iPad or iPhone, and Viigo on the Blackberry.)
Friday, June 18, 2010
Tuesday, May 18, 2010
The Central Coast Condors G94 squad are 2010 Cal South State Cup Champions! The Under 15 girls team won the Governor’s tournament on April 24 in Lancaster with a Championship match win over South Coast Bayern.
U9-U10 Strong Recommendation for AYSO participation and All-Stars (if selected). No Restrictions.
No club league play at YDA level.
U11-U13 Allowed AYSO participation (with condition that club events have priority) and All Stars (if selected)
and only if club team does not compete in Cal South State Cup. State Cup decision by August 1. We
will provide a detailed description of what State Cup entails to our club players. Please refer to our
parent/player manual on our website www.slosoccer.com for details.
U14 Special allowance for participation based on some players starting high school in September.
Transitional Team by definition. Recommended those players entering grades 7 & 8, play AYSO (with
condition that club events have priority) and unrestricted All-Stars (if selected) and/or other sports and
activities during the high school winter sports season.
U15-U18 No AYSO Participation.
We really want to develop and maintain a healthy relationship with AYSO... it is a great feeder system for us and we are hoping our policies make sense and will be viewed as a positive step towards that relationship. We also are looking for ways to promote soccer at an early age... and develop passion and enjoyment... without over exposure to the game. We fully understand that individual opinions and choices are many... and vary greatly. This is what we see working best.
Trailing 2-1 with 10 minutes remaining in the match... STORM were pressing and Lauren Hutkin got the equalizer... on a low driven ball. In the driving rain... the girls carried the play and got the winner on a scramble in front of the goal... as Lexi Johnson bulged the old onion bag... from a few yards out.
The "Thirteens" pushed their 2010 cup run to 6-0-0, are unbeaten in their last thirteen matches and now stand at 27-5-7 in the overall campaign.
Following a tough opening match which ended in a tight 2-2 draw, the STORM girls went on to draw 0-0 with host Celtic Harps and then win their next two matches by shut out scores of 2-0 over Celtic Hoops and 3-0 over Freedom SC in the Third Place Match.
Goalkeepers Mari Stewart and Joelle Lewis split duties during the competition, with Stewart (5 saves) getting the shutout in the Third Place match. Victoria Gill ( 2 goals) opened the scoring off a feed from fellow striker, Sydney Knauer (2 goals). Riley Shannon (1 goal) and Lauren Hutkin (1 goal) rounded out the scoring.
The STORM team was anchored by the tough and organized flat back four of Kelsey Shetler, Nora Zakaria, Olivia Covello and Mic Mott. Holding center mid, Sammi Fernandez controlled the tempo along with Gill and Knauer in the middle.
Coach Bob Galarneau had these words of praise for the STORM girls... "a very solid performance and good result for us... coming off a six week break from league play"... "we worked hard to improve our possession game and play some good football... and were able to shed some rust"... "all in all, some good stuff"
Ashley Ellsworth, Chenin Dotson and Paige Cohune (1 goal) worked the flank (wing) support setting up several chances on goal. The team saw stellar work from Lexi Johnson (defender), Haley Fiscalini (forward) and Grace Wearda (defender). Outside mid, CeCe Devaney missed the tourney due to injury.
Fernandez, Knauer, Gill, Covello and Mott received All-Tournament honors. Congratulations to all the STORM girls for a fantastic run at the Celtic Cup! Coach Bob G (SLOSC Director of Coaching)
Thursday, March 4, 2010
Please make arrangements to attend other scheduled tryouts:
Saturday, March 20, 2010, Templeton,
Ady's Field (Boys and Girls)
Sunday, March 21, 2010, Santa Maria, CA
Righetti High School (boys)
St. Joseph High School (girls)
Go to the website to see age groups and times at www.gsicentralcoast.com
Monday, March 1, 2010
I thought they built that place to handle a little rain? What happened?
AYSO on the other hand sloshed through the Section League Playoffs over in Bakersfield California on Saturday and Sunday after a brief stoppage on Saturday for lightning. Representing the Central Coast were thirteen league season teams, three of whom emerged into the metal rounds on Sunday, and brought back the hardware to the Central Coast: San Luis Obispo's U10G team, brought home a 4th place metal; Santa Ynez's U14B team brought home a second place metal after a hard fought final match against a brilliant entrant from Cuter-Orosi; and Santa Ynez's U14G team brought home championship medals (which were presented to the team by Olympic Gold Medalist and World Cup Champion Joy Fawcett) after defeating their opponents from Santa Barbara. The U14G will represent Section 10 at the California State Games later this month.
Monday, February 22, 2010
Friday, February 19, 2010
According to their tweets: Ady's field will play rain or shine! City is trying to work with them at Barney Schwartz if they get rain. Three U12 fields Sherwood Park, plus two u10s fields. u12 field at Pifer, & u10 fields at Flamson - only if needed.
They are clearly working hard to make this happen for the kids!
Righetti High School (boys)
and St. Joseph High School (girls),
Santa Maria, CA
Sunday, March 7, 2010
Talley Farm Fields (Boys and Girls),
Arroyo Grande, CA
Saturday, March 20, 2010
Ady's Field (Boys and Girls),
Sunday, March 21, 2010
Righetti High School (boys)
and St. Joseph High School (girls),
Santa Maria, CA
Ages and tryout timest.
U 11 - Born on or after 8/1/1999
9:00 AM to 10:30 AM
U 12 - Born on or after 8/1/1998
11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
U 13 - Born on or after 8/1/1997
1:30 PM to 3:30 PM
U 14 - Born on or after 8/1/1996
4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
DOWNLOAD THE MEDICAL AND LIABILITY WAIVER FORMS AND THEN PROCEED TO REGISTRATION. BRING THESE DOCUMENTS WITH YOU FILLED OUT AND SUBMIT THEM PRIOR TO THE TRYOUT AT CHECK IN.
We are planning fun events, games, scrimmages, prize and equipment give-aways and much, much more. Richard Hill, our XARA uniform rep will be on hand to show off our CVSC collection and to give away some great prizes. Come out and meet your fellow CVSC teammates and coaches and be part of our FIRST COASTAL VALLEY SOCCER CLUB PHOTO, which will hopefully have every player and coach in it.
Don't miss it...more details to follow!
UPDATE!!! Paul Holocher and the Cal Poly Men's team will be on hand to meet players and to put on a clinic.
Please see the details below:
Remaining Dates @ Laguna Middle School
Wednesday, Feb. 10, 3:30-5:00PM [Goalkeepers]
Tuesday, Feb. 16, 3:30-5:00PM [Field Players]
Thursday, Feb. 18, 3:30-5:00PM [Field Players & Goalkeepers]
Tuesday, Feb. 23, 3:30-5:00PM [Field Players]
Thursday, Feb. 25, 3:30-5:00PM [Field Players & Goalkeepers]
The Winter Academy is open to Non-Club players as well. If you have any questions, please contact Bob Galarneau at email@example.com
WHAT: An opportunity to learn new and improve on individual ball skills while gaining knowledge of team tactics with the help of experienced coaches and trainers
WHO: Players aged 7- 13 years (2nd – 8th grade), all abilities welcome
WHEN: February 3, 10, 17; February 22- March 17 Mon/Wed 5:15 PM – 6:45 PM
WHERE: Mesa View Community Gym, tennis/running shoes and shin guards required
All sessions: $50 for current Condors players, $60 for non-Condors
5 sessions: $30
1 session: $7
Print and fill out Registration Form AND Liability Waiver at their website at http://www.cccondors.org
Bring forms with you to the first session your child attends
Get ready for Condors Tryouts in March!
*check website for updates
Questions can be directed to:
Lauren Inouye, Condors Director of Coaching
A similar two-weekend event was hosted in December for a similar number if the AYSO Area's league season teams.
The champions in each division (both allstar and league) will advance to the AYSO Section 10 League Playoffs, and the AYSO Section 10 Allstar Playoff, respectively, in Bakersfield California at the Kern County Soccer Park. The Section 10 Playoff is held the last weekend in February, and the first weekend in March, respectively.
The champions at the Section 10 playoff (both league and allstar) advance to the California State Games, which is held the last weekend in March.
Monday, February 8, 2010
Sunday, February 7, 2010
Soccer-watchers on the Central Coast are now looking to next weekend's AYSO Area 10/Q Allstar Playoffs, and a planned makeup of the Paso Robles Grape Crush the following weekend for their next soccer fix.
We'll hope the weather (and Paso Robles City Officials -- both events are scheduled to be held at the Barney Schwartz Sports Complex) cooperates!
Tuesday, January 26, 2010
The decision to move the site was in part related to Clubspaces' decision about a year ago to blast viewers of the site with ads from that Clubspaces apparently sold to their advertisers, and then pocketed the money to defray their costs (and make a buck).
The new site is hosted on the Area Director's own server, and is paid for through his financial support (costing the Area nothing).
The Area will sell advertising on the site to benefit the Area's programs, training, and players.
The new site is built in Joomla!, an open source content management system that is easier to use, and more reliable than the Clubspaces platform, and features a calendar that is hosted by Google. The system allows contributors to the site to submit articles directly through the site, and to update the calendar though Google Calendars.
AYSO Area 10/Q serves the approximately 6,000 youth soccer players, and approximately 2,000 volunteers that bring these programs to the kids. Area 10/Q is made up of six regions, head lead by a Regional Commissioner and a Regional Board, who have primary responsibility for delivering world class soccer programs that enrich children's lives. AYSO is defined by it's six philosophies of Everyone Plays, Balanced Teams, Open Registration, Positive Coaching, Good Sportsmanship, and Player Development.
Friday, January 22, 2010
Thursday, January 21, 2010
With the last few games of the Central Coast Classic experiencing significant rain and a few of those even being rained out, that all came to an end this week. Now, we find out that the Paso Robles Grape Crush has been postponed altogether, until February 19 & 20.
Hopefully, we will squeeze by and get the remaining winter tournaments played between rain storms!
I'll try to get some tournament results posted here shortly!