IMPORTANT DATES SPRING 2017 SEASON

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!!!

Click on the following link to register for the Spring 2017 season


tn-whitehouse.affinitysoccer.com

 

IMPORTANT DATES SPRING 2017

Registration opens – Dec. 5th

In person registration – Jan. 14th and Jan. 21st @ TBD

Late fee applicable – Jan. 30th – Feb. 8th

Registration closes – Feb. 8th

Draft and MANDATORY coaches meeting – Feb. 11th @ WH Community Center Cafeteria(time TBD)

Parent meeting – Feb. 16th @ WH Community Center Auditorium (time TBD)

Rec practice begins – Mar. 6th

Rec season begins – Mar. 25th

Rec season games – Mar. 25th, Apr. 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd

*NO PRACTICES THE WEEK OF APRIL 23RD – 29TH*

Spring Tournament – April 29th (NO GAMES)

Rec season games – May 6th, 13th 20th

End of Season Celebration & Tournaments – May 20th

 

U3 Age Group (2013 birth year) - $75.00

U4-U18 Age Group (2012-1999 birth year) - $95.00

Out of City Fee - 1st Child $12  2nd and more $7

If you paid out of city fee in Fall 2016 you do not have to pay for this season

Late Fee will start January 30th - $25

 

 

***We realize there may be some questions as to why we are playing on Easter weekend.  The way the calendar dates fell this season we either needed to play on Easter weekend or have the End of Season Celebration/Tournament on Memorial Day weekend.  Being that Memorial Day weekend is also after schools will be out for the summer, we felt we would have a greater number of players and coaches out of town that weekend.  It was a very difficult decision but we feel we made the best decision for our league and players.  Thank you for your understanding.

Sloan's Sidekicks

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!!! 

Click on the following link to register for the Spring 2017 season:

whys-sidekicks.affinitysoccer.com

 

 

 We are excited  to offer a program for children with special needs that want to play soccer!  Named in honor of Michael Sloan, this program will be available to kids from ages 5 and older.  If you have any questions about the program, or if you or your business would like to help with sponsorship for this program please contact Jana Spicer at  commissioner@whysoccer.org

 

 IMPORTANT DATES SPRING 2017

Registration opens – Dec. 5th

In person registration – Jan. 14th and Jan. 21st @ TBD

Late fee applicable – Jan. 30th – Feb. 8th

Registration closes – Feb. 8th

Draft and MANDATORY coaches meeting – Feb. 11th @ WH Community Center Cafeteria(time TBD)

Parent meeting – Feb. 16th @ WH Community Center Auditorium (time TBD)

Rec practice begins – Mar. 6th

Rec season begins – Mar. 25th

Rec season games – Mar. 25th, Apr. 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd

*NO PRACTICES THE WEEK OF APRIL 23RD – 29TH*

Spring Tournament – April 29th (NO GAMES)

Rec season games – May 6th, 13th 20th

End of Season Celebration & Tournaments – May 20th

 

***We realize there may be some questions as to why we are playing on Easter weekend.  The way the calendar dates fell this season we either needed to play on Easter weekend or have the End of Season Celebration/Tournament on Memorial Day weekend.  Being that Memorial Day weekend is also after schools will be out for the summer, we felt we would have a greater number of players and coaches out of town that weekend.  It was a very difficult decision but we feel we made the best decision for our league and players.  Thank you for your understanding.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fall 2016 Players of the Month & Players of the Year

Congratulations to the following players who have achieved the distinction of becoming Player of the Month or Player of the Year for our Fall 2016 Soccer Season.  They have excelled in the area of Leadership skills, Positive communication and Respect.  Great job players, we are proud of your achievements!

 

FALL 2016 PLAYER OF THE MONTH

OCTOBER

 

U8

401 - Kobe Bess

402 - Zoey Wallace

403 - Sarah Morris

404 - Brodie White

405 - Alyse Medlin

406 - Allie Lancaster

407 - Daisy Denney

 

U10

501 - Curtis Qualls

502 - Daniel Burnett

503 - Bella Repath

504 - Shalyin Mooneyhan

505 - Payton Grey

506 - Conner Hall

 

U12

601 - John Lee King

602 - Preston McKnight

603 - Callie Garner

604 - Sabrina Hagewood

 

U14

701 - Matilyn Sheltra

702 - Cristin Law

 

ICL

801 - Wyatt Oakley

802 - Catherine Murie

803 - Samuel Leo

 

SELECT

U10B - Jackman Brinley

U11G - Claire King

U12B - Austin McNamara

U13G - Ysa Grinolds

U15B - Eric Nunez

U17B - Drake Holcraft

U18B - Jacob Burian

 

FALL 2016 PLAYERS OF THE YEAR

 U8

 401 - Braylen Tidwell

402 - Rylan Taylor

403 - Jayden Doty

404 - Kylee Tinker

405 - Jacob Massey

406 - Jacob Wales

407 - Walker Wooten

U10

501 - Levi Boss

502 - Kenzia McGregor

503 - Jaxson Martin

504 - Aidan Blevins

505 - Nate Honeycutt

506 - Briley Ballard

U12

601 - Richard Scott

602 - Will Elmer

603 - Matt Jones

604 - Nolan Honeycutt

U14

701 - Asher Green

702 - Mathias Hagewood

ICL

801 - Austin Pairs

802 - Jonathan Bryant

803 - Allyson DeNote

SELECT 

U10B - Oliver Rodriguez

U11G - Caroline Cooper

U12B - Isaac Murie

U13G - Alaina Richardson

U15B - Isaac Layman

U17B - Logan Gilbreath

U18B - Ethan Smith

 

 

 

Xara Flagship

There can be no greater ambition for a parent than to see their child achieve a fulfilling and successful life. The path will be laid by the values and character that are developed during a child’s early years at home, in school and through an involvement in extracurricular activities. White House Youth Soccer understands this and we take this responsibility seriously. We recognize the greater value of participating in sports; its influence on the development of good character, the influence on higher graduation rates and the influence it has on the development of social skills, team building, leadership and learning. These areas of sustainable value play a role in the creation of a fulfilling and successful life and are desirable to every family.

 

That is why we focus on creating a family soccer experience that keeps players engaged and offers them growth in all of these areas. We also understand that as a child’s interest in the game evolves, so their commitment to the game may change. That is why at White House Youth Soccer we offer different and unique soccer experiences at different age levels that allow families to decide which one is right for them. Each of these experiences are built around the same core principals;

 

- A commitment to deliver the best possible family soccer experience.

- The games will be played in an environment that is positive and safe.

- They offer value that goes beyond making a child a better player, developing skills that will benefit the player long after the game is over.

 

 

WHYS’ partnership with Xara Soccer and its Flagship Program allows us to live those values and deliver the best family soccer experience. From your first soccer season with the Dinomites program to your High School years with College Selextion, you can be certain your family will have a soccer experience that is not only authentic and true to your values but it will offer your family a chance to create memories that will last a lifetime.

 

To learn more about the programs involved in the Flagship program click here.

Proud Partners of WHYS:    
 
 

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