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Crazy Olympic Field Day - - 2019 Join us for the 16th Annual Crazy Olympic Field Day Friday, May 10th, 9:30 -3:30 p.m. with a rain day on Monday, May 13TH, 2019 This event takes place at Mooreland Park, 340 Mooreland Ave., Carlisle, PA 17013. This event is for ages 4 years old - high school.  Every youth will recieve an age group t-shirt and compete in themed team crazy games as well as individual track and field events. Youth will also receive place and/or team crazy ribbions, popsicles, fire and bicycle safety. A committee is forming to run this program including a youth Crazy Olympic Field Day Club.  This club will meet to carry out the numerous committee responsiblities to run the event.  There are artistic, financial and technical skills that will be learned. Please complete the committee sign-up and  e-mail tamela.trussell@gmail.com it you are interested The Last day to register is 4/14/19 For more information and registration go to:  www.crazyolympicfieldday.com Congratulation to the Wolves and Foxes for winning all 4 of their tournament games and Coyotes for winning 3 out of four.  What team work. Carlisle Canines Soccer  - CCS It is not too late to JOIN us! Register NOW! The OFFICIAL Competitive 2018 Fall Soccer Season begins Wednesday, 8/15/18!!   What is the Canine soccer team about…? While playing hard, safe, developing teamwork, friendships, leadership, and respect our youth will develope physically, mentally, and emotionally through soccer. A parent or representative guardian of at least 16 yrs. old must be present if youth is less than 16 yrs. old. , Carlisle, PA 17013 on  8/15/18 All practices are Wednesdays and Fridays 4-5:30 p.m. (at Stuart Fields, 1213 Rockledge Dr., Carlisle, PA 17013 on 9/ Each age group team will typicaly have 4-8 games/season.  Games are mostly on Wednesday and  Fridays with warm-up at 5 p.m. and Saturdays with warm-up at 9:30 a.m. (NOTE: this is typical, not always).

Coaches Wanted:

1 Fox head coach.  Registration fee for all Foxes will be waived. 

1 Fox assistant coach.  Registration fee for all Kits will be waived.  If you have an older

fox(es) one registration fee is waived.

Note:  Clearances  are required and are free. Complete

online concussion training, read, sign and print

responsiblities.

REGISTRATION is OPEN  for Ages 5-18 years of age youth.

The OFFICIAL Competitive 2018 Spring Soccer Season begins Wednesday, 8/18/18  (NOTE:  you must be registered by this date and show-up for practice to guarantee competing in games. Also, registration is not complete without payment).  We will accept youth after 8/15/18 but you will need to check to see if you can play the games. Early Registration by 8/1/18 is $60 dollars/youth 7-19 years old and $30 for 5 - 7 year old Pre-Registration add $5/youth  if register 8/2/18 - 8/15/18 Late Registration add $10/youth  if registerfter on 8/16/18  or after. Competition Jerseys are an additional $15/youth.  PLEASE NOTE THAT REGISTRATION IS NOT COMPLETE UNTIL THE REGISTRATION FEE AND THE ONLINE FORM ARE FILLED OUT! $30.00-$85.00/youth Teams are organized by their age, size, ability, team needs, child and parental consent.  The age groups are tentative pending the age groups of our competing teams. This will be determined before the 1st game.  Safety is priority. The typical groups are: Foxes  5 - 10 yr. old (Kits 5- 7yr. olds play scrimage games at practices and may have a few traveling games. Check the game scedule below). Coyotes: 10 - 14yr. old Wolves:  14 - 18 yr. old

Have youth BRING:

◾Water bottle (Reusable ONLY, Store bought are being left on the field for me to clean up) ◾Soccer ball ◾Shin guards ◾(cleats optional) FALL 2018 GAME SCHEDULE  Scheduled games may also be found on the website calendar Tentative Game/Practice Schedule DIRECTIONS to AWAY Games 

ABOUT CARLISLE CANINE

SOCCER --  CCS

MISSION STATEMENT Our mission is to promote youth lead soccer, appreciation for the game and other, and good sportsmanship to players of all skill levels and backgrounds throughout South Central Pennsylvania VISION STATEMENT Carlisle Canines Soccer envisions a respected and respectful organization that: Introduces the game of soccer to youth, ages 5-19 yr. old, and to varying skill levels with the purpose of providing the opportunity for each player to develop to their highest potential in soccer and leadership To maintain an environment that embodies the core values of integrity, dignity, leadership, perseverance, respect and teamwork while enhancing self- esteem, promoting self- confidence and cultivating a lifelong passion for the game of soccer Promotes an appreciation of soccer in our community and a healthy lifestyle Inspires pride and the highest level of sportsmanship in our players, coaches and parents Nurture youth leadership and training with adult supervision DIVERSITY STATEMENT Carlisle Canines Soccer is committed to fostering diversity by offering a welcoming and supportive environment for its members, leadership and other constituents, and to nurturing a learning and working environment that respects differences in culture, age, sex, gender, race, ethnicity, physical ability, religious affiliation and socio-economic status. CCS Operating Principles CCS is to prepare athletes for the next level of competition, through age appropriate training that is youth lead, a positive development environment, and maintaining a fun enjoyable experience. Focusing on players first, promotes strong fundamentals, confidence, and creativity for each individual to foster them to their highest potential. Our organization starts with quality coaches who are passionate, supportive and exemplary role models of sportsmanship. To consistently create a fun filled, positive experience for every girl and boy in the program. To promote sportsmanship, respect, and sensitivity to the other players, coaches, parents, and referees. To enhance player self-esteem, confidence, emotional development and overall character. To always put the best interest of the player above all others. To provide equal access to the highest quality and most appropriate of programs of development for both girls and boys. To assure that all adults associated with the program are exemplary role models of sportsmanship, leadership and support. To provide an environment for coaches to develop skills and techniques needed to teach the game of soccer. To provide an environment for youth leaders to develop skills and techniques needed to teach the game of soccer. To maintain a balanced perspective on the outcome of games and sportsmanship. Our philosophies support the concept of fair play, while providing a safe and organized playing environment for our youth soccer players. As a set of co-ed teams with players of a wide range of ages and abilities within each team, players must guard against letting competitiveness and the desire to win overpower their common sense and awareness of the need for safety against players smaller than they are. No team is required to play our team. Mutual respect and good sportsmanship are necessary to maintain good relationships with opposing teams to promote continuing desire for opportunities for competition. Codes of Conduct During Practices for Players, Coaches and Parents As much as possible we encourage this to be a youth lead team following basic parameters of warm-up, stretching, speed/endurance training, ball skills, drills, and scrimmage. Players are encouraged to ask questions, seek clarification and request opportunities to try out playing new positions on the field. After practice is the best time for parents and players to ask questions, address issues and express concerns that aren’t directly related to training. All communications should be conducted with mutual respect. The Canine’s team head coach reserves the right to final say in all areas of conflict, and the right to dismiss any player or family from the team for misconduct. By the end of the fourth practice youth are to nominated youth leaders and through secret ballot select youth leaders (see leadership position below. For Foxes (U11) Coach(es) will organize aspects of practices and youth will assist in carrying out training. For Coyotes, age 10-14 yr., Coach(es) will organize aspects of practices and seek youth leaders’ input.  Youth will carry out training with adult coaching supervision for clarification and safety. For Wolves, age 14-19 yr. (if in HS), Youth Leaders will organize aspects of practices and seek adult coaches input.  Youth will carry out training with adult coaching supervision for clarification and safety. Codes of Conduct During Games Have one or more experienced referees with parents or coaches as line referees Parents and families should remain on opposite side of the field of players during games and allow players and coaches space to concentrate on the game and to communicate with each other without interference. For safety, in the event of thunder, there will be no play for 15 min. Coaches will remain professional and respectful at all times Coaches will address concerns about a referee’s calls or lack thereof at half time, post- game or during the game with a long whistle blow to stop the game if there is an urgent situation. To minimize injuries the following will apply. o No slide tackling o No -Headers for 12 yrs. and under o No kicking at the ball if it is within one foot of the goalie’s head when they are down and scrambling for the ball. Liability Players play at their own risk and need to have their own health, injury and liability insurance. Since players play at their own risk, parents must remain in the vicinity of the practices and games or designate another parent to act in Loco Parentis in case of injury and emergency if the youth is less than 16 yr. of age. Players should follow rules, play with safety and good sportsmanship taking care not to injure anyone on the field during practices or games.  Safety first! Coaches are mandatory reporters of any suspicion of child abuse and any persons who have reasonable suspicion of bullying should report it to the team’s head coach.
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Sports Programs

Crazy Olympic Field Day - - 2019 Join us for the 16th Annual Crazy Olympic Field Day Friday, May 10th, 9:30 -3:30 p.m. with a rain day on Monday, May 13TH, 2019 This event takes place at Mooreland Park, 340 Mooreland Ave., Carlisle, PA 17013. This event is for ages 4 years old - high school.  Every youth will recieve an age group t-shirt and compete in themed team crazy games as well as individual track and field events. Youth will also receive place and/or team crazy ribbions, popsicles, fire and bicycle safety. A committee is forming to run this program including a youth Crazy Olympic Field Day Club.  This club will meet to carry out the numerous committee responsiblities to run the event.  There are artistic, financial and technical skills that will be learned. Please complete the committee sign-up and  e-mail tamela.trussell@gmail.com it you are interested The Last day to register is 4/14/19 For more information and registration go to:  www.crazyolympicfieldday.com Congratulation to the Wolves and Foxes for winning all 4 of their tournament games and Coyotes for winning 3 out of four.  What team work. Carlisle Canines Soccer  - CCS It is not too late to JOIN us! Register NOW! The OFFICIAL Competitive 2018 Fall Soccer Season begins Wednesday, 8/15/18!!   What is the Canine soccer team about…? While playing hard, safe, developing teamwork, friendships, leadership, and respect our youth will develope physically, mentally, and emotionally through soccer. A parent or representative guardian of at least 16 yrs. old must be present if youth is less than 16 yrs. old. , Carlisle, PA 17013 on  8/15/18 All practices are Wednesdays and Fridays 4-5:30 p.m. (at Stuart Fields, 1213 Rockledge Dr., Carlisle, PA 17013 on 9/ Each age group team will typicaly have 4-8 games/season.  Games are mostly on Wednesday and  Fridays with warm-up at 5 p.m. and Saturdays with warm-up at 9:30 a.m. (NOTE: this is typical, not always).

Coaches Wanted:

1 Fox head coach.  Registration fee for all Foxes will be waived. 

1 Fox assistant coach.  Registration fee for all Kits will be waived.  If

you have an older fox(es) one registration fee is waived.

Note:  Clearances  are required and are free.

Complete online concussion training, read, sign

and print responsiblities.

REGISTRATION is OPEN  for Ages 5-18

years of age youth.

The OFFICIAL Competitive 2018 Spring Soccer Season begins Wednesday, 8/18/18  (NOTE:  you must be registered by this date and show-up for practice to guarantee competing in games. Also, registration is not complete without payment).  We will accept youth after 8/15/18 but you will need to check to see if you can play the games. Early Registration by 8/1/18 is $60 dollars/youth 7-19 years old and $30 for 5 - 7 year old Pre-Registration add $5/youth  if register 8/2/18 - 8/15/18 Late Registration add $10/youth  if registerfter on 8/16/18  or after. Competition Jerseys are an additional $15/youth.  PLEASE NOTE THAT REGISTRATION IS NOT COMPLETE UNTIL THE REGISTRATION FEE AND THE ONLINE FORM ARE FILLED OUT! $30.00- $85.00/youth Teams are organized by their age, size, ability, team needs, child and parental consent.  The age groups are tentative pending the age groups of our competing teams. This will be determined before the 1st game.  Safety is priority. The typical groups are: Foxes  5 - 10 yr. old (Kits 5- 7yr. olds play scrimage games at practices and may have a few traveling games. Check the game scedule below). Coyotes: 10 - 14yr. old Wolves:  14 - 18 yr. old

Have youth BRING:

◾Water bottle (Reusable ONLY, Store bought are being left on the field for me to clean up) ◾Soccer ball ◾Shin guards ◾(cleats optional) FALL 2018 GAME SCHEDULE  Scheduled games may also be found on the website calendar Tentative Game/Practice Schedule DIRECTIONS to AWAY Games 

ABOUT CARLISLE

CANINE SOCCER -- 

CCS

MISSION STATEMENT Our mission is to promote youth lead soccer, appreciation for the game and other, and good sportsmanship to players of all skill levels and backgrounds throughout South Central Pennsylvania VISION STATEMENT Carlisle Canines Soccer envisions a respected and respectful organization that: Introduces the game of soccer to youth, ages 5-19 yr. old, and to varying skill levels with the purpose of providing the opportunity for each player to develop to their highest potential in soccer and leadership To maintain an environment that embodies the core values of integrity, dignity, leadership, perseverance, respect and teamwork while enhancing self- esteem, promoting self-confidence and cultivating a lifelong passion for the game of soccer Promotes an appreciation of soccer in our community and a healthy lifestyle Inspires pride and the highest level of sportsmanship in our players, coaches and parents Nurture youth leadership and training with adult supervision DIVERSITY STATEMENT Carlisle Canines Soccer is committed to fostering diversity by offering a welcoming and supportive environment for its members, leadership and other constituents, and to nurturing a learning and working environment that respects differences in culture, age, sex, gender, race, ethnicity, physical ability, religious affiliation and socio-economic status. CCS Operating Principles CCS is to prepare athletes for the next level of competition, through age appropriate training that is youth lead, a positive development environment, and maintaining a fun enjoyable experience. Focusing on players first, promotes strong fundamentals, confidence, and creativity for each individual to foster them to their highest potential. Our organization starts with quality coaches who are passionate, supportive and exemplary role models of sportsmanship. To consistently create a fun filled, positive experience for every girl and boy in the program. To promote sportsmanship, respect, and sensitivity to the other players, coaches, parents, and referees. To enhance player self-esteem, confidence, emotional development and overall character. To always put the best interest of the player above all others. To provide equal access to the highest quality and most appropriate of programs of development for both girls and boys. To assure that all adults associated with the program are exemplary role models of sportsmanship, leadership and support. To provide an environment for coaches to develop skills and techniques needed to teach the game of soccer. To provide an environment for youth leaders to develop skills and techniques needed to teach the game of soccer. To maintain a balanced perspective on the outcome of games and sportsmanship. Our philosophies support the concept of fair play, while providing a safe and organized playing environment for our youth soccer players. As a set of co-ed teams with players of a wide range of ages and abilities within each team, players must guard against letting competitiveness and the desire to win overpower their common sense and awareness of the need for safety against players smaller than they are. No team is required to play our team. Mutual respect and good sportsmanship are necessary to maintain good relationships with opposing teams to promote continuing desire for opportunities for competition. Codes of Conduct During Practices for Players, Coaches and Parents As much as possible we encourage this to be a youth lead team following basic parameters of warm-up, stretching, speed/endurance training, ball skills, drills, and scrimmage. Players are encouraged to ask questions, seek clarification and request opportunities to try out playing new positions on the field. After practice is the best time for parents and players to ask questions, address issues and express concerns that aren’t directly related to training. All communications should be conducted with mutual respect. The Canine’s team head coach reserves the right to final say in all areas of conflict, and the right to dismiss any player or family from the team for misconduct. By the end of the fourth practice youth are to nominated youth leaders and through secret ballot select youth leaders (see leadership position below. For Foxes (U11) Coach(es) will organize aspects of practices and youth will assist in carrying out training. For Coyotes, age 10-14 yr., Coach(es) will organize aspects of practices and seek youth leaders’ input.  Youth will carry out training with adult coaching supervision for clarification and safety. For Wolves, age 14-19 yr. (if in HS), Youth Leaders will organize aspects of practices and seek adult coaches input.  Youth will carry out training with adult coaching supervision for clarification and safety. Codes of Conduct During Games Have one or more experienced referees with parents or coaches as line referees Parents and families should remain on opposite side of the field of players during games and allow players and coaches space to concentrate on the game and to communicate with each other without interference. For safety, in the event of thunder, there will be no play for 15 min. Coaches will remain professional and respectful at all times Coaches will address concerns about a referee’s calls or lack thereof at half time, post-game or during the game with a long whistle blow to stop the game if there is an urgent situation. To minimize injuries the following will apply. o No slide tackling o No -Headers for 12 yrs. and under o No kicking at the ball if it is within one foot of the goalie’s head when they are down and scrambling for the ball. Liability Players play at their own risk and need to have their own health, injury and liability insurance. Since players play at their own risk, parents must remain in the vicinity of the practices and games or designate another parent to act in Loco Parentis in case of injury and emergency if the youth is less than 16 yr. of age. Players should follow rules, play with safety and good sportsmanship taking care not to injure anyone on the field during practices or games.  Safety first! Coaches are mandatory reporters of any suspicion of child abuse and any persons who have reasonable suspicion of bullying should report it to the team’s head coach.
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