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Spring Intown Soccer for Kindergarten, 1st & 2nd grade players at Mylod Fields starts April 13th – please click “Read More”

The In-Town program for players in Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grade consists of skills clinics supervised by coaches from the New England Revolution followed by games. The Spring 2014 Intown soccer program will run at Mylod Fields on Sundays, beginning on April 13th (due to weather the start date has been postponed from the 6th), skipping Easter and Memorial Day weekends, and end on Sunday June 15th. Times as follows:

U8 Girls noon-1.30pm (1st and 2nd grade girls)
Kindergarten 2-3.00pm
U8 Boys 3.30-5pm (1st and 2nd grade boys)

Each week your player should bring;
*their reversible shirt (provided on week 1)
*cleats
*shin pads
*size 3 ball
*re-useable water bottle

Please check the website each week before heading to Bird Middle School for weather or field updates.

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Spring Intown Soccer for Kindergarten, 1st & 2nd grade players at Mylod Fields starts April 13th – please click “Read More”

The In-Town program for players in Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grade consists of skills clinics followed by games. The Spring 2014 Intown soccer program will run at Mylod Fields on Sundays, NOW beginning on April 13th (due to weather the start date has been postponed from the 6th), skipping Easter and Memorial Day weekends, and end on Sunday June 15th. Times as follows:

U8 Girls noon-1.30pm (1st and 2nd grade girls)
Kindergarten 2-3.00pm
U8 Boys 3.30-5pm (1st adn 2nd grade boys)

Each week your player should bring;
*their reversible shirt (provided on week 1)
*cleats
*shin pads
*size 3 ball
*re-useable water bottle

Please check the website each week before heading to Bird Middle School for weather or field updates.

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Spring Intown Soccer for Kindergarten, 1st & 2nd grade players at Mylod Fields starts April 13th – please click “Read More”

The In-Town program for players in Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grade consists of skills clinics followed by games. The Spring 2014 Intown soccer program will run at Mylod Fields on Sundays, NOW beginning on April 13th (due to weather the start date has been postponed from the 6th), skipping Easter and Memorial Day weekends, and end on Sunday June 15th. Times as follows:

U8 Girls noon-1.30pm (1st and 2nd grade girls)
Kindergarten 2-3.00pm
U8 Boys 3.30-5pm (1st and 2nd grade boys)

Each week your player should bring;
*their reversible shirt (provided on week 1)
*cleats
*shin pads
*size 3 ball
*re-useable water bottle

Please check the website each week before heading to Bird Middle School for weather or field updates.

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Registration for Spring 2014 soccer

Registration for Spring 2014 opened on November 1st and moved to waitlist status on Dec 31st for age groups U10, U11, U12 and U14. These age groups all play in the Boston Area Youth Soccer (BAYS) leagues. Those teams are expected to begin play Sat April 5th and play until June 14th, skipping Memorial Day weekend.

Registration for Spring 2014 High School age teams (ages U16 & U18) will remain open until March 23rd then move to waitlist status.
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K thru 2nd grade registration for Spring 2014 opened Nov 1st and moved to waitlist on Mar 1st
3rd grade registration Spring 2014 opened Nov 1st and moved to waitlist on Mar 1st

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WAITLIST
If you register after the close date, you will be added to the wait list, and if an opening occurs, you will be notified. Players on the waitlist who are subsequently assigned to a team will pay a $20 late fee.

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Registration for Spring 2014 soccer

Registration for Spring 2014 opened on November 1st and moved to waitlist status on Dec 31st for age groups U10, U11, U12 and U14. These age groups all play in the Boston Area Youth Soccer (BAYS) leagues. Those teams are expected to begin play Sat April 5th and play until June 14th, skipping Easter and Memorial Day weekends.

Registration for Spring 2014 High School age teams (ages U16 & U18) will remain open until March 23rd then move to waitlist status.
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K thru 2nd grade registration for Spring 2014 opened Nov 1st and moved to waitlist on Mar 1st
3rd grade registration Spring 2014 opened Nov 1st and moved to waitlist on Mar 1st

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WAITLIST
If you register after the close date, you will be added to the wait list, and if an opening occurs, you will be notified. Players on the waitlist who are subsequently assigned to a team will pay a $20 late fee.

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Registration for Spring 2014 soccer opened Nov 1st

Registration for Spring 2014 opened on November 1st and moved to waitlist status on Dec 31st for age groups U10 and older.
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K thru 2nd grade registration for Spring 2014 opened Nov 1st and will move to waitlist on Mar 1st
3rd grade registration Spring 2014 opened Nov 1st and will waitlist on Mar 1st

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If you register after the close date, you will be added to the wait list, and if an opening occurs, you will be notified. Players on the waitlist who are subsequently assigned to a team will pay a $20 late fee.

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Registration for Spring 2014 soccer opened Nov 1st

Registration for Spring 2014 opened on November 1st and will close on Dec 31st for age groups U10 and older.
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K thru 2nd grade registration for Spring 2014 opened Nov 1st and will close on Mar 1st
3rd grade registration Spring 2014 opened Nov 1st and will close on Mar 1st

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If you register after the close date, you will be added to the wait list, and if an opening occurs, you will be notified. Players on the waitlist who are subsequently assigned to a team will pay a $20 late fee.

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Caroleen Midura Rosen Memorial Scholarship

Caroleen Midura Rosen Memorial Scholarship - 2014 Information.

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Each year starting in 2014, the Walpole Youth Soccer Association sponsors the Caroleen Midura Rosen Memorial Scholarship for a graduating high school female soccer player, who participated in the youth soccer program, and is continuing their education beyond high school. To be eligible, the applicant must:
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--- Be a graduating senior at Walpole High School,
--- Be a resident of Walpole,
--- Have participated in the Walpole Youth Soccer program for many years,
--- Have participated in WHS soccer,
--- Be continuing her education by pursuing a Bachelor's degree,
--- Have a demonstrated financial need.

The Deadline is May 1st at 11:59pm. The scholarship application should be emailed to mgallivan@walpolesoccer.org by 5/1 11:59pm or sent via mail to Mark Gallivan, WYSA, 11 Bridle Path - Walpole MA 02081

The 2014 scholarship application is available at the bottom of this page.

The 2013 Winner was Joanna Haswell

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High School Soccer

High School Soccer Players and Families
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It is now time to sign up to play High School spring soccer, which will generally be on Sunday afternoons. If you want to play - please sign-up NOW. We will be registering teams on March 28th - so we need to know how many to register for. The cost is $75 per player. The season will consist of 7 games and starts on Sunday April 27, 2014. There will NOT be any games on Memorial Day Weekend. We will let you know when schedules get posted, usually it is 2 weeks before the season starts. ... Click "Read More" for additional information
Boys - We generally register 2 [sometimes more] teams based on the numbers of boys who sign up to play in the BAYS soccer league. If you play CLUB soccer - you cannot play BAYS high school soccer. This is a rule at the state/MYSA level. Please let us know if you have questions.
www.walpolesoccer.org

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Girls - We generally have 3 teams [sometimes 2]each spring season, depending on the number of players.

The 1st team [generally players from the Varsity team from the past fall] is usually registered in a non-BAYS/MYSA league so that CLUB players can play if they want. If you were on the Varsity team in the Fall and would like to play this spring - please let one of the captains know. Registration will not be on the WYSA website - it will be separate and you will need to give us a check before the season begins.

The 2nd team is generally the JV team from the fall and any juniors/sophomores who did not play soccer in the Fall and will play in the BAYS league.
The 3rd team is generally the Freshman team and any players who are Freshman who did not play soccer in the Fall and will play in the BAYS league.
www.walpolesoccer.org

CLUB PLAYERS - you are not able to play on the BAYS teams [2nd/3rd]. If you would like to be available as a sub for the non-BAYS team, please let us know.
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Coaches - like all teams we will need volunteer coaches, so please sign up if you are interested.

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WYSA Youth Soccer Camp Aug 12-16th at Mylod K thru 8th grade 10am-1pm

WYSA Summer Soccer Camp for Youth Players
*** Check in Time is 9:35am on Monday ***
REGISTRATION has re-opened SUN 8/11, but will close at 11pm for late registration
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Coaches: Nick Burke, Mike Foley, Erin Kearney [WHS Girls Varsity], Kanee Chlebbda[WHS Girls Varsity Asst Coach], and WHS Girls and Boys Varsity players
Week of August 12-16th 10am-1pm at Mylod Fields

--- Boys and Girls K thru 8th grade, Please check in at 9:35 on Monday the first day
--- Please come ready to play soccer:
....... bring your ball - make sure your name is on it, color it so it is distinctive if you want
....... please wear a white shirt on Monday, and wear your soccer cleats and shin guards
....... bring plenty of water and even a small snack
....... make sure you already have sun block and bug spray on when you get to the field
....... be prepared to have some fun.
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--- Parents can stay if the want to - but are not expected to stay at the field.
--- If the weather looks bad - please check the website in the morning www.walpolesoccer.org
--- If the weather gets bad during camp - please come to the camp - we will keep playing in a light rain - but not if thunderstorms are in the area.
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Camp Coaches:
--- Nick Burke, former Leeds United professional soccer player.
--- Mike Foley - Professional Soccer Coach
--- Erin Kearney - WHS Girls Varsity Coach
--- Kanee Chlebbda - WHS Girls Varsity Asst Coach
Camp Team Leaders: WHS Girls and Boys Varsity players

Week of August 12th thru 16h at Mylod Fields
Girls K thru 8th grade 10.00-1pm [times could be adjusted slightly]
Boys K thru 8th grade 10.00-1pm [times could be adjusted slightly]

Cost:
Grades 2-8 $125
Grades K/1 $100

Don't miss this chance to have your youth player(s) practice and learn new skills before the season starts, RIGHT HERE IN WALPOLE!!

Just like last year we will have lots of Walpole High School Boys and Girls VARSITY players who will be team leaders. This is a great chance for the kids to meet and interact with Varsity players.

It will be a fun-learning environment with an emphasis on skill development. The focus will be on becoming comfortable and confident with the ball while learning specific skills and executing the required skill or technique with precision. Check out the following highlights:

Ball Control
Dribbling (1v1)
Passing & Receiving
Shooting
Agility / Speed / Coordination

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Spring 2014 BAYS Spring Travel Soccer – Boys Tryouts Nov 11th at Forekicks, Norfolk

Tryouts for the Spring 2014 Boys U10, U11, U12 and U14 Travel teams will be held indoors at Forekick Norfolk on Monday November 11th. The times are posted below:

Boys U10 (4th grade); noon - 1pm
Boys U11 (5th grade); 1pm - 2pm
Boys U12 (6th grade); 1pm - 2pm
Boys U14 (7th & 8th grade); 2-3pm

All players should be registered for the Spring 2014 season by noon on November 10th. Registration (for those not already registered for the full year) will open on November 1st 2013 through the Registration link on the home page www.walpolesoccer.org

Players wishing to play on SELECT teams MUST attend the tryouts. If your player has a conflict, please notify your coach or the Boys Travel Director Rich Mazzocca IN ADVANCE.

All players should arrive 10-15 minutes early for their session to sign in, bring their 2 tryout shirts from the June tryouts, cleats, shin pads, water bottle and a ball.

Tryouts are drop off only. Parents should return 5-10 minutes before the end of the session to pick their player up.

Full information on the tryout process is available on the www.walpolesoccer.org website under the Programs tab, in the Tryouts section.

Select Teams Commitment
Select teams will typically be placed in the most competitive divisions in the BAYS travel league (Divisions I & II). These teams require a big commitment from parents & players; to attend 2 practices each week, every Saturday game, and likely attend tournaments each season. While WYSA understand that players have multiple sporting, family and religious commitments (and actively encourages them), the expectation for Select travel team commitment is high; that players will attend 90% of practices, 90% of games each regular season and 100% of all end-of-season MTOC tournament games. If a player is playing club soccer in the Maple or Region 1 League and will have conflicts, please let us know so that we factor that into the player's team placement.

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Select Team Player Selection
Select travel team players will be selected for the upcoming season based on evaluations from their (prior season) coaches, the direct observations of the Travel Directors as well as open tryouts held with impartial, professional evaluators, augmented by parent coaches (without their own players in the same age group). The players will be evaluated based on soccer skills, athletic aptitude and commitment.

Placement on a Select travel team in any previous season does not guarantee placement on the same team for Spring, as player performance, attendance at practices & games, attitude and work ethic, as well as the number of players available to play, will determine placement for future seasons.

All players will have an equal opportunity to compete; undue preference will not be given to players already on a travel team. In some cases, this will mean dropping a current player from one travel team to a lower ranked travel team. This is never easy to do, but we will be fair to new players trying to get into the program.

Parents and players should understand that:
* Each Head and Assistant Coach is asked by the Travel Director to complete an objective evaluation form for each player on the team.
* The two major sources of information used by the Travel Directors to help make team assignments are the coach's evaluations and the spring tryouts. Of these considerably more emphasis is given to the evaluations as they reflect a season long review of each player.
* Team assignments are made with the best interests of players and teams in mind.
* Player assessment will be conducted as fairly as possible.
* Every effort will be made to see that teams are not exclusionary over time and that team assignments reflect an evaluation of each player's current skills and commitment.
* A player's individual success and development results in large part from how the player interacts with the team to which he/she is assigned, not on which team.
* As a parent, you should be supportive of your child and her/his enthusiasm for the sport of soccer regardless of the team assignment.

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Who Manages the Select Team Player Selection Process?
The Boys and Girls Travel Directors are tasked with managing the selection process in a system designed to eliminate as much coach and parent bias as possible. This individual collects the player evaluation forms, holds tryouts, reviews prior coach’s ratings and determines the rosters for Select teams. They also run a meeting with the coaches from the particular age group to confirm the rosters for the Balanced teams, and recommend appropriate team placement with the BAYS leagues. While the goal of the team selection process is to achieve consensus, in the absence of consensus the coordinator will make the final decision.

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The Tryout Process
Players play in series of 4 vs 4 small-sided and regular format games. The small-sided games are designed to maximize the number of times each player interacts with the ball. This format also puts a premium on ball control. The small-sided games are followed by "regular format" games, either 6 vs 6 or 8 vs 8 depending on player age. During both phases of the tryouts, evaluators rate player performance while observing the players in these game situations.

Players interested in trying out as goalkeepers should identify themselves on tryout nights – goalkeepers will be evaluated collectively at some point during the session. Goalkeeping candidates should try out with the understanding that goalies placed on a Select team will be expected to willingly play in goal for at least 50% of each game.

On the Day of Tryouts, Your Player Should:
* Arrive 15-20 mins before their scheduled tryout to register and warm up.
* Wear cleats, shin pads and training gear.They should NOT wear WYSA or club team shirts.
* Bring a water bottle and a ball (with their name on them).
* Collect two numbered, different-colored shirts when registering which they should keep with them throughout the tryouts.
* Be ready to play and have fun.
* Work hard for the entire tryout.
* Let the evaluators know if they are interested in playing as goalie.

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On the Day of Tryouts, Parents Should:
* Arrive 15-20mins eary to DROP OFF your player, allow them time to register and warm up.
* Encourage them to have fun.
* Remind them to let the evaluators know if they are interested in playing as goalie.
* Return at the designated finish time to pick them up.
* Try NOT to ask them how they did (they usually dont know). The weight of your hopes/expectations can weigh heavily on a kid.
* Ask them if they had FUN instead.

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REGISTRATION - is OPEN Nov 1st to Dec 31st
All players who register for travel soccer before the registration deadline will be placed on a team. Players who chose not to attend tryouts, or are not selected to play for a 'Select' team, but are registered before Dec 31st will automatically be placed on a 'Balanced' team.

Players who register late will be placed on the Waitlist and assigned to teams on a first-come, first-served basis, as space allows. They will also be assessed a non-refundable late fee.

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What is a Balanced Travel Team?
Any registered player who did not tryout, was not picked for one of the Select travel teams, or did not feel comfortable with the commitment of a Select travel team, will be placed on a Balanced travel team. All players who are available will be divided up based on a draft process, teams will be made, and we will place these teams in the BAYS travel league in a division/section that they will be able to compete and thrive. Due to the size and depth of the league, the players will be challenged and have fun playing at a level at which they can compete.

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Announcement of Player Placements
Players will not be notified of their placements until well after the Fall Soccer Season has been completed. Typically players will receive notification of their placement (via posting on this website) by the end of the first week in January. Some teams will have a coach already in place while WYSA will work through the Winter to find coaches for others. Players can expect to be contacted by their coach by mid March.

TRYOUT SUMMARY

* Registration is OPEN at www.walpolesoccer.org
* Players MUST be registered (by noon on the day before the tryouts) to tryout for a Select team.
* All players who wish to be considered for one of the Select teams MUST attend tryouts.
* It is NOT necessary to attend tryouts to be placed on a Balanced team; all a parent needs to do is register his/her child for the program. Placement on a balanced team for those registered by Dec 31st is automatic.
* If your player CANNOT tryout on the assigned date for their age group, due to injury or a major conflict, please notify the appropriate Boys or Girls Travel Director, and their current coach IN ADVANCE.
* Tryouts are DROP OFF only.

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BAYS Team Placement
Teams will be placed in BAYS Divisions for the upcoming season based on past performance, the recommendation of the Travel Directors and BAYS own evaluations over previous the 10 week season. Our goal is to place each team in league with teams of similar commitment, ability and skills.
BAYS goal is to have each team play to a .500 record. To this extent, they will preiodically move teams up or down midseason to keep them challenged appropriately.

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Number of Teams in each Age Group
The number of teams at each age-group is determined by how many players register for that age-group, as well as the number of volunteer coaches that offer to help. To this extent, the size of each team's roster can vary. Ideally, we limit the number of players to allow teams to offer each player substantial playing time.

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Volunteer Coaches
WYSA depends upon parents to volunteer as coaches. If you think you might be interested, we encourage you to start coaching in our Intown program. But, please don't be reluctant to volunteer, even if you're not athletic and know nothing about soccer. Many of our most successful coaches never played soccer and are learning the sport along with their children!

Of course, because most of our volunteer coaches are not professional educators or soccer players, occasionally some parents feel their children are not receiving the best soccer instruction. If you find yourself in this situation, we suggest you pick up a book on soccer, come to a coaches' clinic, and volunteer your services. We can always use assistant coaches, and you will quickly discover the joy of watching the children improve their skills under your guidance.

WYSA will assist coaches who are taking or have completed licensing courses. You can contact the Administrator for more information about licensing courses.

Keep in mind that WYSA engages the services of professional coaches to provide support services for players and coaches of all WYSA teams, both Intown and Travel teams.
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WHS Girls Soccer Summer Pre-Season, Training & Tryout info

SUMMER SKILLS TRAINING - Week of August 12-16th - at Mylod Field 7-9am
*** Checkin at MYLOD at 6:45am *** Please come prepared to play soccer, and also bring your running shoes.
Registration is still OPEN until 11pm on SUN 8/11/13 - register on WYSA website, cost is $125. If you are attending the Keene State camp - then the add-on cost is $50.
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... This info is from WHS Varsity Girls Coach Erin, based on her handout from the player/parent meeting on 5/7/13
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CAPTAINS PRACTICES
- run by the Varsity Captains [Karalyn Kickham, Lauren Regan, Abbey Smith] start in early July [Mon & Wed 7-8am, Fridays may also be a possibility] at WHS Turco Field, This is open to all incoming Freshman, Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors. Please wear your running shoes, bring water and your cleats and shin guards and plan to meet the other soccer players and have some fun while getting into shape for the soccer season. Usually they will start with running and fitness, and add in a little soccer when time allows.
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TRYOUTS
- start THU 8/22 with a double session at Ellis Field - 22 East St. The official schedule has not been posted - but double sessions begin on 8/22 and are possible thru 8/26. Normal afternoon practices begin on 8/27.
- Varsity Jamboree will be on SAT 8/31. More details to follow.
Bring WATER, CLEATS and SNEAKERS, a soccer BALL
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Scrimmages - to be updated
First Games - to be updated

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Ahead of the Game Concussion Screening – Sat Oct 5th

The Walpole Recreation Department is offering baseline testing for Concussion Screening through "Ahead of the Game" on the morning of Saturday, October 5th. This is an invaluable tool to determine the severity of any subsequent concussion, as well as establish the proper treatment regime. The process involves a fun 45 minute question-and-answer computer test, and space is based on first-come, first-served reservations. Details are available under the 'Browse Activities' tab on the www.walpolerec.com website. Link is also here: http://www.walpolerec.com/info/activities/program_details.aspx?ProgramID...

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Rebel Review 9/16 -9/23

Football: The Rebels played the Needham Rockets on Friday, 9/20 and ultimately lost the game 26-6. Needham’s star running back and D1 lacrosse commit, senior Mikey Panepinto, weaved in and out of the Rebel defense, scoring several times on runs that were over 50 yards. Senior Colton Mitchell had a few good receptions from classmate [...]
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Walpole Goalkeeper Clinics

Walpole Youth Soccer offered free GK clinics this Fall on September 22nd, 29th and Oct 27th at Mylod Fields.

Run by our new WYSA goalkeeper coach, Darth, they were SUPERB: teaching both the fundamentals and the advanced elements of the most difficult position on the field.

Thanks to all those who attended, we hope you enjoyed them. We hope to have him back for more sessions indoors over the winter, before the spring season starts outdoors!