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Re: 2023 NIKE Palmetto Cup - GIRLS Division Kevin Heise 01/27/23 11:07 PM
NIKE Palmetto Cup Update - 1 Boys & 1 Girls Team Needed - FREE Entry.

Do you need a match on either April 11, 12, or 13? If so, we can offer you the opportunity to play the following opponent on the following date at the Saluda Shoals Complex in Columbia -- you do not have to be available for the entire tourney. Just trying to do whatever we can to fill the spots. Times can be altered if needed.

GIRLS
4/11 - Hammond vs. Norman North (OK) - 4pm
4/12 - TBA vs. Gray Collegiate - 4pm
4/13 - TBA vs. Pinewood Prep - 10am

BOYS
4/11 - TBA vs. River Bluff - 5pm
4/12 - TBA vs. Gray Collegiate - 2pm
4/13 - TBA vs. Summerville - 12pm

Please contact me at kheise@grayca.com if interested/available.
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Boys Varsity Soccer Jump to new posts
Re: 2023 NIKE Palmetto Cup Kevin Heise 01/27/23 11:07 PM
NIKE Palmetto Cup Update - 1 Boys & 1 Girls Team Needed - FREE Entry.

Do you need a match on either April 11, 12, or 13? If so, we can offer you the opportunity to play the following opponent on the following date at the Saluda Shoals Complex in Columbia -- you do not have to be available for the entire tourney. Just trying to do whatever we can to fill the spots. Times can be altered if needed.

GIRLS
4/11 - Hammond vs. Norman North (OK) - 4pm
4/12 - TBA vs. Gray Collegiate - 4pm
4/13 - TBA vs. Pinewood Prep - 10am

BOYS
4/11 - TBA vs. River Bluff - 5pm
4/12 - TBA vs. Gray Collegiate - 2pm
4/13 - TBA vs. Summerville - 12pm

Please contact me at kheise@grayca.com if interested/available.
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Club Soccer & ODP Jump to new posts
A Giant Step in the Right Direction HEYWARD GULLEDGE 01/25/23 02:18 PM
ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY
Effective: January 18th, 2023 Last Revision: 1/18/2023
Scope: This policy is in effect for all SC Youth Soccer events.
Authority: Pursuant to the International Football Association Board (IFAB) Laws of the
Game, Law 5 | The Referee | Section 3. Powers and duties
Section 1. Purpose
a) The aim of this policy is to prevent outside interference, including but not
limited to the harassment of officials that involves spectators in all SC Youth
Soccer events. SC Youth Soccer wants to promote an environment that is
conducive to the development and retention of referees, players, and coaches.
b) This policy does not imply that a referee is without fault or error. We
acknowledge that mistakes are a natural part of the game for players, coaches
and referees. Everyone engaged with SC Youth Soccer must be focused on
creating a safe environment for the youth players, referees and coaches in South
Carolina.
Section 2. Harassment of Officials
a) The harassment of an official may be defined by but is not limited to acts that:
i. Cause fear, humiliation, or annoyance
ii. Offend or degrade
iii. Are pejorative or demeaning
iv. Are verbally threatening
v. Infer physical harm
vi. Repeatedly announcing your disagreement with a call or lack thereof
Section 3. Removal
a) Spectators in violation of Section 2 of this policy will be required to leave the
complex. Any removed spectators responsible for the transportation of a youth
player within the complex shall wait in their vehicle until the conclusion of the
player’s game.
b) Prior to removal, officials may decide to issue a warning to the coach who is
coaching the team of the offending spectator(s).

Section 4. Enforcement
a) Upon an official acknowledging harassment by a spectator as outlined in Section
2, the process to remove the offending spectator will be as follows:
i. The referee will stop the game and ask the coach of the respective team
to remove the spectator before play can resume.
ii. If the coach refuses to ask the spectator to leave, the game will be
abandoned immediately.
iii. If the spectator refuses to comply with the provisions outlined in Section
3, the game will be abandoned immediately.
iv. Officials will not directly address any spectator.
Section 5. Reporting
a) Depending on the age of the referee, reports of the incident submitted by the
official to SC Youth Soccer may be escalated to outside authorities other than
the U.S. Soccer Federation and SC Youth Soccer.
i. ADULT: Referee reports will be processed by SC Youth Soccer.
ii. MINOR (17 or under): Reports of harassment will be submitted to the
Center for Safe Sport; The Center for Safe Sport has jurisdiction over
claims of suspected abuse and other misconduct involving minors.
Section 6. Disciplinary Actions
a) The following suspensions and fines will be issued to the offending spectator
following receipt and review of the referee’s report:
i. First offense: Banned from SC Youth Soccer events until the completion
of an online referee abuse awareness course of SC Youth Soccer’s choice
and a fine of up to $100.00.
ii. Second offense: $250.00 fine and a 10-week ban.
iii. Third offense: $500.00 fine and a possible lifetime ban from all SC Youth
Soccer events.
b) Individuals are suspended from all SC Youth Soccer events until the appropriate
suspension and fine has been completed.
c) If a game is abandoned for reasons outlined in Section 4, then a forfeit will occur
for the team that the offending individual is affiliated with.
Section 7. Appeals
a) First time offenders through a Club official must submit in writing an appeal
within ten (10 days) of notice of the offense as outlined in Section 7 (b) below.
b) Second and third-time offenders may appeal the suspension and fine outlined in
Section 3 by following the steps below:
i. The offender is not allowed to attend any SC Youth Soccer events until
the appeal process has concluded.
ii. Appeals may only be submitted by a Club Official (i.e., board member,
director of coaching), and cannot be submitted by the offender.
iii. Appeals must be sent to scysa@scysa.org detailing clearly why the repeat
offender’s actions are not deserving of the suspension or fine issued.
c) Any concerns or feedback regarding referees must be submitted in writing to
the Administrator of that Competition.
i. Concerns related to referee performance or behavior will only be
accepted from a Club Official (i.e. board member, director of coaching).
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Club Soccer & ODP Jump to new posts
Coast Spring Classic Now Open for April 2023 in Myrtle Beach HEYWARD GULLEDGE 01/24/23 08:12 PM
Coast Spring Classic 2023
Are you tired of going to tournaments only to play the same teams that you face in your league play ? Our event is large enough to not only place your team in the correct level of competition but also match your team against opponents that you normally do not play in your league schedule. Mark your calendars for the largest soccer tournament in South Carolina. We historically have between 350-425 total teams participate from 5-6 states. As of January 24th we have 130 teams already registered from Illinois, New Jersey, Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina. Held in beautiful Myrtle Beach & North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina over the last two weekends in April annually. The Coast Spring Classic is celebrating its 15th year as a top destination for teams throughout the Southeast. Choose the ACCEPTED TEAMS TAB to see teams that have already registered in real time. Hosted by Coast FA Soccer Club. Register today!!

April 22rd & 23rd, 2023� 11v11 Format ONLY 12U-19U Boys and Girls
https://soccer.sincsports.com/TTContent.aspx?tid=TZ1639&tab=1

April 29th & 30th, 2023� 7v7 and 9v9 Format ONLY 8U-12U Boys and Girls
https://soccer.sincsports.com/TTContent.aspx?tid=COASTSP8&tab=1
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Boys Varsity Soccer Jump to new posts
GCA - March 3/4 match needed Kevin Heise 01/24/23 12:21 PM
Due to a cancelation, Gray Collegiate Academy (West Columbia) is looking for Boys JV & Varsity match for Friday, March 3 or Saturday, March 4. Can travel. Contact Coach Kevin Heise at kheise@grayca.com if you are interested.
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College, Pro & International Soccer Jump to new posts
Gallaudet University - Deaf & Hard of Hearing Student-Athletes Kevin Heise 01/23/23 07:18 PM
Dear High School Soccer Coaches,

I am writing to you to let you know about the amazing opportunity that Gallaudet University offers for deaf and hard-of-hearing student-athletes. Gallaudet University is the only university in the world specifically designed for the deaf and hard-of-hearing community. We offer a wide range of academic and athletic programs, and one of the most sought-after is our men's soccer program. At Gallaudet, we are committed to providing our student-athletes with the same opportunities that any student-athlete would receive at any other university. Our men's soccer program is no different. We strive to help our student-athletes reach their potential and to challenge them to become the best versions of themselves. We offer our student-athletes a wide range of experiences, both on and off the field, that will help them grow as players and people. We are looking for talented deaf and hard-of-hearing student-athletes who are interested in joining our men's soccer program. We believe that our program provides the perfect environment for student-athletes to reach their goals and compete at the highest level. We would love to have more student-athletes from your high school join our team and take advantage of this opportunity.

If you have any questions about our program or if you know of any deaf and hard-of-hearing student-athletes who might be interested in joining our team, please do not hesitate to reach out. We would love to hear from you and discuss how we can make this experience the best it can be for your student-athletes. Thank you for your time and consideration.

Sincerely,
Shelby Bean
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Shelby Bean '13, G-'17
Gallaudet University
Athletics Recruiting Coordinator
Voice/text: (720) 266-3280
@CoachBean8
@GallaudetBison

Gallaudet University is a private federally chartered research university in Washington, D.C. for the education of the deaf and hard of hearing. It was founded in 1864 as a grammar school for both deaf and blind children.
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SCHSSCA Jump to new posts
Re: SCHSSCA Winter Clinic & Senior Showcase Kyle Heise 01/22/23 04:14 PM
The 2023 SCHSSCA Winter Clinic was a tremendous success and the event was enjoyed by all in attendance.

To kick the weekend off, the SCHSSCA held its first Hall of Fame induction since 2016 as Billy Andrews, Shannon Champ, Ed Khouri, and Steve Lea all entered the shrine. The luncheon was held at the Wingate by Wyndham and the luncheon was catered by Hudson's BBQ of Lexington.

A meeting with the All-Star game coaches followed along with a SCHSSCA Round Table that, quite frankly, could have been extended another 2-3 hours with the conversation it generated. I am sure we will see another segment of this discussion in the future.

The SCHSL Rules Meeting featured soccer liaison Charlie Wentzky conduct this annual session and the SCHSSCA expresses its' sincere gratitude on him making this available for our membership at the Winter Clinic.

The Friday SCHSSCA Business Meeting was hosted by Kevin Heise, Associate State Chairman and Winter Clinic Director, and provided a wealth of information for new and veteran members.

However, I believe the highlight of the evening was our Featured Speaker, Dustin Swinehart, who serves as the Director of Community Engagement with MLS club, Charlotte FC. The number of youth soccer endeavors, developments within the Carolinas, and the general "want to be here" feeling that Charlotte FC has for our states should resonate with any soccer enthusiast. I am sure we will see a continued relationship with this organization and the SCHSSCA moving forward.

Our Coaches Raffle, courtesy of sponsor Lloyd's Soccer, included 15 items ranging from cones, drinking glasses, hats, stocking caps, backpacks, etc., to a surprise gift for two sets of four match tickets to the Charlotte FC opening MLS contest this Spring that was provided by Dustin and MIchael Rapp, Group Tickets Manager for Charlotte FC, who accompanied Dustin on the 90-minute trip south to the Midlands.

On Saturday, the SCHSSCA along with Congaree Rapid FC hosted the Senior Showcases for Boys and Girls interested in participating in either the North-South Soccer Classic or the Clash of the Carolinas this June. The event was attended not only by the All-Star coaches, but also other prep soccer coaches and collegiate coaches from the Carolinas. This was staged at the West Columbia Soccer Complex and included 50 players from around the Palmetto State.
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Girls Varsity Soccer Jump to new posts
Re: 2022-2023 College Signings - GIRLS SM WKHS 01/22/23 03:06 AM
Rylee King, White Knoll (Lander)
Krysa Gordon, White Knoll (North Greenville)
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Junior Varsity Soccer Jump to new posts
Re: Lady Lions JV Cup- Looking for teams JAClemson 01/19/23 03:56 PM
Committed Teams: as of Jan 19th
- Daniel HS
- Wade Hampton HS
- Wren HS
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Boys Varsity Soccer Jump to new posts
Re: 2022-2023 College Signings - BOYS Coach D Dixon 01/18/23 05:41 PM
Connor Tuttle, Summerville (Lander)
Jacob Russ, Summerville (Newberry)
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Boys Varsity Soccer Jump to new posts
Re: 2023 Capital City Cup Kevin Heise 01/18/23 01:40 PM
The Capital City Cup is pleased to announce that Charlotte FC will serve as a sponsor for this year's tournament.

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Girls Varsity Soccer Jump to new posts
Crestwood Girls needs a game due to cancellation crestsoccer 01/11/23 05:34 PM
The Crestwood Girl's team is in need of a Home game on the 10th of March due to a cancellation. Game time is 6:00pm. They would be willing to travel to you next year. If interested contact Coach Ray at jack.ray@sumterschools.net
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Boys Varsity Soccer Jump to new posts
Looking for scrimmages Coach Chass 01/09/23 08:53 PM
Berkeley High JV and Varsity girls and boys have openings for preseason scrimmages; would love to host but can also travel reasonable distances. Preseason schedule is pretty wide open! Girls also have room for a couple of additional games on our schedule. Anyone interested please contact Will Chassereau, chassere@bcsdschools.net. Thanks!
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Girls Varsity Soccer Jump to new posts
Looking for Scrimmages/Games Coach Chass 01/09/23 08:53 PM
Berkeley High JV and Varsity girls and boys have openings for preseason scrimmages; would love to host but can also travel reasonable distances. Preseason schedule is pretty wide open! Girls also have room for a couple of additional games on our schedule. Anyone interested please contact Will Chassereau, chassere@bcsdschools.net. Thanks!
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Boys Varsity Soccer Jump to new posts
Scrimmage needed coachbruiser 01/09/23 05:46 PM
Lugoff-Elgin is looking for a scrimmage. Will host or travel within a reasonable distance. Would love to get a JV and Varsity Scrimmage but can do Varsity only if needed. Possible dates are -Feb 9,10,16 or 17th.
Contact Bill Bacon at william.bacon@kcsdschools.net.
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Junior Varsity Soccer Jump to new posts
Gilbert JV Soccer Coach Needed TGreen 01/09/23 12:40 AM
Gilbert High School is looking for a boy's JV coach for the 2023 season. If interested, please contact head coach Tim Green at tgreen1@lexington1.net.
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SCHSSCA Jump to new posts
Re: Rohan Naraine Passes Kyle Heise 01/07/23 12:10 AM
I hated to hear this news earlier today. "RO KNOWS SOCCER". RIP to a really good guy!
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