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It Was Awsome!
BSA HAUNTED CLASSIC 2011



See the Full Slideshow!

Interview at Marriott Hotel


SEE THE
"HAUNTED CLASSIC 2010" SLIDESHOW

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See footage of Soccer Action



THE 2011 SLIDESHOW!
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SEE THE
"MEAD CUP 2010" SLIDESHOW

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Here is the List of all the
2010 Champions

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2010

A Great Time!

Congrats to ALL 2010
MEAD CUP CHAMPIONS!!




BODY BY THERESE

SEE THE
"FALL BALL CLASSIC 2010" SLIDESHOW

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2011 Region II Presidents Cup hosted by Jr. Irish

      Jr. Irish and Indiana Soccer are hosting the Region II Presidents Cup. Indiana Soccer is looks forward to working with Jr. Irish hosting this event and providing our guests a great tournament event.

US Youth Soccer Region II (Midwest) Presidents Cup | South Bend, IN Jr. Irish Soccer Complex - Airport Fields (South Bend, IN) June 16-19, 2011

US Youth Soccer National Presidents Cup | Des Moines, Iowa July 7-10, 2011

Regional qualifiers, known as US Youth Soccer Regional Presidents Cup events, will determine the teams competing in the National President Cup and feature boys and girls teams in the Under-14 through Under-17 age groups.



            


**VENDOR SHOWCASE**


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The Creek Classic Website

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Club Ohio Nike Challenge Cup

MASC
SlideShow

Watch The 2012
Mid-America Soccer Classic NOW!






"SOCCER TIPS"
Things you need
for a "good soccer practice".

Here are some great tips we found online at:
soccerhelp.com

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Soccer Drill:
"King of the Castle"
Make a square with cones or upside down cups about 20 yards by 20 yards. Give everyone a ball.

Using dribbling and foot skills everone tries to avoid one player who is "it"! And he or she will try to knock someone's ball out of the square.
And then that person is "it".
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Soccer Drill:
"One on One"
Divide soccer players into pairs with one soccer ball in a 5 x 10 rectangle marked by cones or upside down cups on each of the four corners.

One player is on defense, while the other soccer player is on offense. The object of this drill is for the offensive soccer player to use foot skills to dribble to and touch one of the cones in front of him or her with the soccer ball, while the other player on defense tries to prevent this by blocking and knocking the ball away. Players take turns being on offense and defense.