The J-Hawk Soccer Club is once again pleased to offer the lowest overall prices in the Des Moines area. J-Hawk SC will offer U4 ($25), U5 & U6 ($30), U7 coed, U7/U8 girls and U8 coed ($40),
U9/U10 girls and coed ($50), U11/U12 girls and coed ($50), U13/U14 girls and coed ($50), and U15/U16 coed and girls ($60). Please note that age groups are determined by birth year in the fall, due to USSF changes. For instance, U4 are born in 2013, U5 are born in 2014,
and so forth.
Just write "scholarship" on the printable form and mail it in if you need a scholarship.
The tryouts will occur on Lower Walker Johnston Field, just west of the Urbandale Police Department. Tryout cost is $20, and players will receive a shirt. At least one team will be selected, with potentially two teams depending on numbers and coaches. Teams will participate in both tournaments and the Iowa Soccer League, similar to other select clubs in the area. This tryout is for children born in 2005 or 2006 or 2007.
The J-Hawk SC, an all-volunteer club, is again proud to offer the lowest prices in the Des Moines area. ALL U4 through U10 games are played at Walker Johnston Park in Urbandale (8800 Douglas Ave.). Weather permitting, games will start the weekend of April 9-10. If it is possible, please register through the above link on the Active.com website, as this helps our volunteers organize teams more easily. Otherwise, print out the registration form on the below link to register. We are pleased to offer U11/U12 girls and U13/U14 girls teams for the first time, due to our recent membership in the Greater Des Moines Junior Soccer League, and also are excited about offering U8 coed with goalkeepers, after another successful season of doing so in the fall. One of the great things about the J-Hawk SC is that we are able to innovate and make changes as needed to improve the experience for as many children as possible.
The J-Hawk SC is extremely pleased that the Arbitrator found that both ISA and the Greater Des Moines Junior Soccer League have been unreasonable over the last four plus years in denying our club membership in their organizations. This will have little impact in the operation of our club for the younger age groups, but will provide more opportunity for potential league play at the U9 and above age groups.
J-Hawk Soccer Club U14 Boys Capture Iowa Rush Champions Cup Title
Congratulations to the J-Hawk SC's U14 Boys Tournament Team for winning the club's first tournament playing against premier level select teams. The J-Hawks beat select teams from Chaska, Minnesota and Prior Lakes, Minnesota in pool play, and upset the reigning South Dakota State Cup champions in an exciting 3-2 finals match, which the boys won on penalty kicks, after finishing regular time with a score of 2-2. The J-Hawks are a volunteer coached team. They displayed a great deal of resilience, as they lost to the South Dakota team, DASC Spitfire (out of Sioux Falls), on the day before the final. These boys show what can be done when hard work combines with selflessness and fundamentals. Pictured (first row, left to right) Alex Economos, Amar Sivac, Tristan Lovell, Caden Greening, Alan Imamovic, and Tyler Sochit. (second row, left to right) Head Coach Matt Carver, Max Carver, Recardo Wleh, Edin Ganic, Jack Nelson, Eli Crow, Will Pattison, Adir Ordaz, Buomkuoth Choat, Haris Buljubasic, Garrett Purcell, and Assistant Coach Elvir Ganic.
J-Hawk SC U14 Boys Win KC Tournament
Congratulations to the J-Hawk SC's U14 boys team for recently winning the Championship Division of the Lee's Summit Soccer Association's tournament. The boys outscored four KC area select teams by a combined 32-2. Earlier this season the J-Hawks became the first team from our club to be selected to participate in the premier division of the JUSC tournament, where they lost to the JUSC U14 boys premier team 3-2, beat a team from the Omaha Football Club 3-1, and lost to the Burlington Soccer Association's premier team 1-0, on a penalty kick. In the first tournament of the season, the boys played in the U15 division of the Iowa Rush tournament, where they beat a team from the Des Moines Menace 4-1, lost to a Cedar Rapids U15 premier team 3-0, and beat a select team from Altoona 4-1. Even more important, referees and opposing coaches frequently complimented these boys not only for their abilities, but their outstanding sportsmanship. Great Job J-Hawks!