Spindletop Youth Soccer Association

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Fall Championships

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Information About the Fall Championships is available on the STYSA Website at the Following link:

http://www.stxsoccer.org/Competitions/FallChampionships/index_E.html#.VFlOnvnF_md

Last Updated on Tuesday, 04 November 2014 16:17
 

Re-Schedule Requests

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If you are requesting a re-schedule because of a school function, then please contact the opposing coach.  The opposing coach will then provide 2 possible dates, times and location (either club's venue irrespective of where the game was originally scheduled).  If the requesting team can agree on one of the options, then I will need to hear from both coaches as to the agreed upon option.  I will then re-schedule the game.  I suggest that both coaches then notify the referee assignor of that venue (and the one where the game was moved from, if the re-scheduled game moved venues) to let him know about the newly re-scheduled game so referees can be cancelled and can be assigned. 
 
IF THERE IS NOT AN AGREEMENT, notify me a.s.a.p..  These type of re-schedule requests are not automatically approved. I will need to know the details of the request to re-schedule.   I will also need to know the options suggested and I will re-schedule the game - not necessarily according to one of the options.  I will notify the appropriate referee assignors.  All of this must be done as soon as possible once you become aware of the need to re-schedule.
 
As always,
Bruce A Hoffer - SYSA scheduler
 

Board Openings

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There are 2 openings on the board at this time. Vice-President and Risk Management. Anyone who is interested should contact a SYSA board member. Meetings are the second Monday of each month.

 

Fall 2014 Schedules

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*New 9/10/2014* - Full Season Schedules are Now Available - Click Here to View

Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 September 2014 07:16
 

Heat Stroke Information

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Heat Stroke: Symptoms and Treatment
 
Heat stroke is the most serious form of heat injury and is a medical emergency. If you suspect that someone has heat stroke -- also known as sunstroke -- you should call 911 immediately and render first aid until paramedics arrive.
Heat stroke can kill or cause damage to the brain and other internal organs. Although heat stroke mainly affects people over age 50, it also takes a toll on healthy young athletes.
Heat stroke often occurs as a progression from milder heat-related illnesses such as heat cramps, heat syncope (fainting), and heat exhaustion. But it can strike even if you have no previous signs of heat injury.
Heat stroke results from prolonged exposure to high temperatures -- usually in combination with dehydration -- which leads to failure of the body's temperature control system. The medical definition of heat stroke is a core body temperature greater than 105 degrees Fahrenheit, with complications involving the central nervous system that occur after exposure to high temperatures. Other common symptoms include nausea, seizures, confusion, disorientation, and sometimes loss of consciousness or coma.
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Risk Management Policy

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The Spindletop Youth Soccer Association has established a risk management policy that can be obtained by clicking the link below:

SYSA Risk Management Policy

Last Updated on Thursday, 17 October 2013 13:20