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FALL TRYOUT DATES ANNOUNCED...

 

MONDAY, JUNE 14th  (5-7pm)

TUESDAY, JUNE 15th (5-7pm)

 

  1. Players could attend either of the two nights
  2. If you are a returning player who CANNOT attend please email us at:  registerosc@gmail.com

 

 

2021 BOYS' SOCCER SUMMER CAMP

BOYS AND GIRLS GRADES 3 THROUGH 7

JULY 6 - 8 (TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY & Thursday)

The OWOSSO HIGH SCHOOL BOYS' SOCCER PROGRAM

would like to invite all boys and girls in grades 3 through 8 to come join us on the pitch for a fun filled few days of soccer enrichment:

 

T-TH, 9:00 – 10:00 AM Grades 3, 4 & 5

 

T-TH, 10:00 – 11:00 AM, Grades 6, 7 & 8

 

OHS SOCCER PLAYERS will assist in the coaching/teaching of campers on BASIC SKILLS, TECHNIQUES and TACTICS: PASSING, TRAPPING, SHOOTING ON GOAL, OFFENSE, DEFENSE, GOALKEEPING, POSITIONAL PLAY and MUCH MORE.

 

PLAYER NEEDS: All players will need a LABELED PERSONAL WATER BOTTLE to stay hydrated, shin guards, soccer socks, soccer cleats and flat shoes (in the event we need to play in the gym, due to weather).

 

LOCATION: OWOSSO HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER FIELDS (RAIN LOCATION - TBD)

 

COST: $25 (Cash, Venmo, or Check to OHS Boys' Soccer)

-If money is a concern, please contact COACH GOBEL

-Thank you for supporting the OHS Boys’ Soccer fundraising efforts.

-Money will not be deposited into the Soccer account until the end of camp.

-If multiple campers from the same family attend camp, the cost will only be $20 each.

 

Send Checks to: C/O: Phil Gobel

Owosso High School

765 E. North Street

Owosso, MI 48867

 

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: In order to have things organized prior to camp, please register by Wednesday, JUNE 30. If unable, you may register on the first day of the camp. If you have questions, please don’t hesitate to contact COACH GOBEL at (248) 755-4768.

 

TO REGISTER: Click here and fill out the provided form.

 

 

2021 SUMMER GIRLS' SOCCER DATES...

2021 Summer Girls’ Soccer Dates

Google Form Registration Link: https://forms.gle/4i9Qss39tavjH7929


Middle & High School Girls’ Summer Soccer Skills Dates

*Who: 6th-12th Grade Girls’ Soccer Players

*When/Where: July 6, 8, 13, 15, 20, 22 from 11-12:30 at the Owosso High School Practice Field
*Sign up to help at the OHS Youth Girls’ Soccer Clinic June 22nd-24th.

*Bring cleats, shin guards, water, running shoes and soccer balls.

*Pickup games with boys & adult soccer players: Tues & Thurs @ 6pm at Hugh Parker- Starts June 15th

OHS Youth Girls’ Soccer Clinic: June 22nd-24th, 9:00-10:30 at OHS Practice Field

*Who: 3rd - 8th Grade Girls’ Soccer Players throughout Shiawassee County
Players will be separated into age groups. Keeper training will be provided.

*Where: Owosso High School Practice Field

*Cost: $25 (Cash, Venmo, or Check to OHS Girls’ Soccer) - If money is an issue, please contact Coach Bird.
-Thank you for supporting the OHS Girls’ Soccer fundraising efforts.
-Venmo Account: @bird6man
-Money will not be deposited into the Soccer account until the end of camp. 

*What to Bring: Cleats, Shin Guards, Water & Soccer Ball (if possible)

*Sign up with Coach Bird by June 10th.. 

*Contact: Coach Chris Bird (989)627-1004 or bird@owosso.k12.mi.us

*Send money to: Chris Bird, 1659 Copas Rd., Owosso, MI 48867
*Current MDHHS protocols for COVID-19 will be followed.

 

 

We have good news to share!

May 14, 2021

 

Dear Club and League Representatives:

 

We have good news to share!

 

Effective 9:00 AM tomorrow morning (May 15, 2021), the use of facial coverings by athletes, team officials, referees, spectators, etc. during outdoor activities is no longer required. In short, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) has updated their Gatherings and Face Mask Order to better align with the latest guidance on facial coverings from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

 

Under the updated MDHHS Gatherings and Face Mask Order, individuals (i.e., athletes, coaches, team officials, spectators, parents/guardians, etc.) are no longer required to wear facial coverings during outdoor activities regardless of their vaccination status. While facial coverings are not required outdoors, MDHHS strongly recommends that individuals who are not fully vaccinated remain masked during outdoor organized sports activities.

 

While indoors, fully vaccinated individuals (i.e., athletes, coaches, team officials, spectators, parents/guardians, etc.) are no longer required to wear facial coverings, but those who are not fully vaccinated, must continue to wear facial coverings. The updated MDHHS Gatherings and Face Mask Order expires May 31, 2021. However, a recent press release from Governor Whitmer indicates that the broad indoor mask mandate will expire after July 1, 2021.

 

Again, starting tomorrow at 9:00 AM, the use of facial coverings by athletes, team officials, referees, spectators, parents/guardians, etc., during outdoorMSYSA affiliated activities are now personal decisions. MSYSA strongly urges our members to be mindful, and respectful, of those who may have the desire to continue their use of facial coverings.

 

Weekly testing (SARS-CoV-2) of all unvaccinated athletes (ages 13-19) is still required for participation in organized sports, including youth (club) soccer. Unvaccinated participants (ages 13-19) can only participate in organized sports with proof of a negative diagnostic test (antigen or RT-PCR) on at least a weekly basis. Fully vaccinated persons are not subject to the weekly testing requirements set forth in section 5(d) of the Emergency Order, unless they have COVID-19-like symptoms. ‘Fully vaccinated persons’ means persons for whom at least two weeks has passed after receiving the final dose of an FDA-approved or authorized COVID-19 vaccine. Participants who have recovered from confirmed COVID-19 in the past three months (and who remain symptom-free) are also not subject to these weekly testing requirements, if they can provide the appropriate ‘proof’ or doctor’s letter as described in the MDHHS Interim Guidance for Athletics.

 

As a reminder, there are now six (6) ways to coordinate weekly testing of unvaccinated athletes (ages 13-19). They include enrolling in the MI Safer Sports Testing Program, directing your athletes (ages 13-19) to local testing sites, working with local schools to get participants tested as students, independently contracting with a testing vendor/lab to administer the testing, procuring your own rapid antigen testing supplies, or purchasing and using ‘Ellume’ or ‘BinaxNow’ at-home COVID-19 tests according to manufacturer guidelines. At this time, ‘Ellume’ and ‘BinaxNow’ are the only two types of at-home tests that MDHHS has approved and may be used to fulfill the MDHHS weekly testing requirement.

 

In closing, MSYSA wishes to especially thank you, your players, your coaches and all soccer families across the state for doing what is (and was) required to keep people safe. As you head to outdoor games and/or tournaments this weekend, please take a moment to smile, laugh and celebrate the return to some ‘normalcy.’

 

Sincerely,

 

Thomas Faro

Executive Director

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