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THU - APRIL 24 • 6:00P-7:30P
U10 Girls EXTRA Callback Tryout
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SUN - APRIL 27 • 12:00N-1:30P
U13 Boys EXTRA Callback Tryout
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THU - MAY 1 • 6:00P-7:30P
U11 Girls EXTRA Callback Tryout
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AYSO is an all volunteer organization. We need your help to make each season the best experience possible for your child. We always need coaches, assistant coaches, referees, team parents, and field maintenance workers. We are also always looking for new members for our Board of Directors and our Regional Staff. We have volunteer jobs to fit any schedule – many jobs require only a few hours per season. We provide training for all jobs.
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OVSD Letter : No parking on Frans Ln. in the cul-de-sac, or on Frans Ln. south of Glenstone Dr. Please park ONLY in the "school parking lot" at the front of the school, or on the non-residential side of the street north of Glenstone Dr., (city park side). Please do not park in front of residences. Please RESPECT the neighbors. NO PARKING is allowed on the basketball courts of the school, even if entry is open.
No parking in the school parking lot, Monday - Friday till AFTER 6pm. Please park only on the street and preferably only on the non-residential side of the street.
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Spring 2014 Schedules
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If it rains, do we play?
Your coach will contact you if you don't. If you are a U10 through U19 team, and playing on a R143 field, you will more than likely play, unless, there is thunder and lightning. Even with thunder & lightning, the game may only be suspended for a period of time. Keep checking our R143 FIELDS page for current status. The fields will be checked the morning of games and closures will be sent to coaches emails, & may also be updated on our R143 Fields Page.
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Top Misunderstood Referee Calls
There is no such thing as a hand ball. The foul is called Deliberate Handling. A) was it deliberate, B) did the player try to avoid it, C) players distance from where it was kicked D) did the player make themselves bigger, raising their hands etc..
Offside, not offsides. One tends to watch a player kick the ball, then look to see if the player receiving it is offside. The player must be in the offside position when the ball is kicked by his teammate, not after. A) if it is kicked by an opponent, there is no offside. B) if it is kicked by his teammate and deflects off an opponent, and was never possessed or controlled by that opponent, it is offside C) if the offside player is offside and comes onside to retrieve the ball after it is kicked by his teammate, is an OFFSIDE offense.
Out of Bounds
The ball is out of bounds when it wholly crosses a boundary line. Even if a ¼” of the ball has not passed the plane, (the outside edge of the line) the ball is still in. The ball is out of bounds on the person it touches last, not the last person to kick it. The below picture shows a ball that is still in play. It is not out of bounds.
Throw-ins must be performed properly whether they go in play or not. If the throw in is performed properly but does NOT go in play, then it is a retake. If the throw-in is not performed properly, whether or not it goes in play, the throw-in goes to the opponent. You do not get a free ride just because it never went in. The ball is in play when it breaks the outside plane of the line.
Goalkeeper Handling & Playing
A keeper can come out of the penalty area. Goalkeepers are also a player on the field. They can go anywhere on the field they want. Goalkeeper handling is only when the goalkeeper touches the ball when it wholly over their own Penalty Area. It is the ball, not the goalkeeper that determines handling. On punts, as long as a goalkeeper releases the ball before it is wholly over the line, they can exit the penalty area to kick the ball. Even if the ball may have been slightly over the line, and it looks like it may still have been in the goalkeeper’s hands, it is considered trifling. Now, if the goalkeeper is completely over the penalty area line with the ball in their hands, that is deliberate handling, and is a DFK-Direct Free Kick for the opponent, with the ball placed just outside the Penalty Area, not breaking the plane of the line.
Goal Kicks and Free Kicks must leave the Penalty Area
Goal Kicks & any Free Kick (Direct or Indirect) awarded to the defending team in the Penalty Area, cannot be touched by any player, until the ball has wholly crossed the Penalty Area line for it to be in play. Teammates can remain in the Penalty Area, but cannot touch it. Opponents must be out of the penalty area, and at least ten yards away from the ball. If the ball is touched by anyone before wholly exiting, the kick is retaken.
Passback to the Goalkeeper
The whole purpose of this law, passed in 1992, was to prevent time wasting. Players would repeatedly pass the ball to their keeper who would pick it up then throw it to their teammate who would then pass it back to the keeper again. It has to be a Deliberate Passback to be called. A deflection off a teammate or kick that unintentionally goes to the keeper is not a violation of the passback law. If you clearly see a teammate pass it back to their keeper and the goalkeeper picks it up, then call it. Not sure, don't call it.