The registration was a good time to make contact with other parents. So what have people been doing over this winter? A good number of boys and girls are playing indoor soccer in Saco and Hampton on the weekend. Some of the U14 girls have had an opportunity to sub in the Noble High School Seacoast soccer team. Many of the U9/U10 girls played basketball together. The U14 girls are playing in the upcoming Pinetree League session. Perhaps at the next registration we can find out what the rest of you are doing.
3/16/2013: 24 took advantage of the discount and registered. The kids had a one hour plus clinic with a game afterwards. Next stop, the North Berwick Primary School.
3/13/2013: From the meeting: Two free soccer clinics and registration (discount on registration) coming up shortly on March 18 and 22. That's next week. Registration will run between April and May 31. Late June an assessment of player will be done by MPS. July coaches clinic. Early August a player's clinic. Board is working on sponsorship for club. Quotes are being sought on team uniforms. Also working on the various choices for a fall tournament.
2/24/2013: U14 Indoor Soccer. Congratulations to Coach Adam Podolec and his U14 Ladies indoor team. The ladies placed second in this weekend's Nike indoor cup tournament at Seacoast United. The ladies had to play all elite teams from NH and MA. They ended up in second place but only missing first place by one goal. The players are: Meredith Podolec, Kerri Fleming, Kendra Silvers, Summer Smith, Sammy Couture, Brenna Fry, Morgan Griffin,Tyler Tarr and Hailey Tarr. Congratulations ladies.
2/23/2013: Why would you want your child to be in the Noble Travel Soccer Program? To begin with we have licensed coaches who must take classes with Soccer Maine (United Soccer Federation of Maine). Coaches go thru an extensive Training program that teaches teaching skills, but also how to build a player's confidence and skills. Another important reason boys and girls learn how to work within a team. Teamwork is important for a player 's growth in the years to come. Noble Travel Soccer is a stepping-stone for play in school sports.
Did you, as a parent ever want to get involved with what is going on? You may say, "I don't know anything about soccer." The answer is this: A lot of the behind the scenes requires no knowledge of the sport. The club needs help in many ways; such as finding a sponsor, set up nets or maybe you have a skill that will make us a better club.
1/30/2012 Email from the President:
Registration will begin in just a few months. Watch for announcements on dates.
Team practices will begin in July or August.
The club has been involved with the Pine Tree League. According to the site, Registration of teams will open in February with league play expected to begin on April 28, 2013.
Session 3 Soccer in Hampton is starting the beginning of March.
The club cannot function without volunteers. Directors and coaches are putting in time planning for the 2013 season.
Some of the goals in the President's recent e-mail:
NOBLE TRAVEL SOCCER CLUB
Competitive soccer for ages 7 to 14 Boys and Girls Division
Can be played in addition to local youth soccer
Team Practices begin in August with games beginning in September
Off season training provided:
Fall 2014 registration NOW through May 31 2014
Two ways to register:
Mail completed registration form, payment and copy of child's birth certificate to
Noble Travel Soccer Club
PO Box 334
Berwick ME 03901
Checks should be made out to Noble Travel Soccer Club
Registration forms can be downloaded here.Registration forms will also be sent home through the district schools shortly.
In Person Registration:
Lebanon: Hanson School Tuesday May 20, 2014 5:30 to 7:00
North Berwick: North Berwick Primary School Wednesday May 21, 2014 5:00 to 6:30
Berwick: Noble Middle School main lobby Thursday May 29, 2014 4:30 to 6:30