Kohls American Cup

 St. Mary's Soccer presents Kohls American Cup and Claire's Cup

 

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Concussion Awareness

In August 2011, the Recreation and Parks Advisory Board endorsed a concussion policy as an addendum to the Community Standards Guidelines. Article 6 of the revised Standards now requires that at least two (2) administrators from each volunteer league complete concussion awareness training through the Center for Disease Control (CDC) at http://www.cdc.gov/concussion/HeadsUp/Training/HeadsUpConcussion.html.

The online course can be completed in 20-30 minutes. R&P is also requiring all youth sports organizations to provide information on their webpage pertaining to concussions. We have recently created a webpage on our website (see below) with links to the online training as well as fact sheets for parents, athletes, and coaches. It would be sufficient to provide a link to our webpage via your website.

http://www.stmarysmd.com/docs/concussionawarenessinyouthsports.pdf

Also, we highly encourage all coaches in your organization to complete the CDC Concussion Course to increase their knowledge of and sensitivity to the dangers of concussions. A concussion can have a long term health impact on a young athlete including loss of memory, diminished ability to learn, and even death.
 

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Trophy Pickup
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Goalkeeper Training at Lettie Dent (makeup session)
11/5/2014:
Goalkeeper Training at Lettie Dent (makeup session)
11/8/2014:
Last Week of games