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AHS Boys Soccer 2014. Changing the Team’s Culture: A Family Activity. Coaching Staff. Jose Cuellar 770-851-4665 jose.cuellar@douglas.k12.ga.us Jeff Railey 678-894-5744 jeffrey.railey@douglas.k12.ga.us Mark Jensen . Hat Trick Club. Michelle Culberson (Bookkeeper) Kim Kreider

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ahs boys soccer 2014

AHSBoys Soccer 2014

Changing the Team’s Culture:

A Family Activity

coaching staff
Coaching Staff
  • Jose Cuellar
    • 770-851-4665
    • jose.cuellar@douglas.k12.ga.us
  • Jeff Railey
    • 678-894-5744
    • jeffrey.railey@douglas.k12.ga.us
  • Mark Jensen
hat trick club
Hat Trick Club
  • Michelle Culberson (Bookkeeper)
  • Kim Kreider
  • Mike Culberson
  • Amy Tew
  • Michael Tew
communication
Communication
  • Coach Cuellar: 770-851-4665
  • Players, right Now:
    • Text coach Cuellar your full name
    • Text coach Cuellar one of your parents’ full name and cell number
  • Report absences to practice during the school day, not after school.
  • Live game Tweets: @AHSCougarSoccer
class aaaa
CLASS AAAA

OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS:

MAKE IT HAPPEN

commitment
Commitment

Is your heart in it this year?

components of soccer
COMPONENTS OF SOCCER
  • FITNESS
    • START NOW INDIVIDUALLY OR WITH FRIENDS
      • AEROBIC TRAINING/ENDURANCE (6 MILES)
      • ANAEROBIC
      • PLAYING THE GAME
    • JANUARY 7-17 WILL BE INTENSE, BUT NOT ENOUGH FOR A SUCCESSFUL SEASON
    • FITNESS WILL CONTINUE THROUGHT HE SEASON AS NEEDED
    • STAY HEALTHY
  • TACTICS AND STRATEGY
  • TECHNIQUE
  • PSYCHOLOGY
you need to be eligible you need a physical

“You need to be eligible”“You need a physical”

Physicals/County Contract/Drug testing form

conditioning and tryouts
Conditioning and Tryouts
  • FITNESS
    • Conditioning: Everyday January 7-17 after school (soccer specific)
    • You must be fit already (endurance)
    • Everyone must pass all fitness tests to play.
      • Distance test (3 miles approximate)
        • Varsity: 25 minutes max
        • JV: 29 minutes max
      • 120s x 8
        • Varsity: within 18 sec each, 1 minute rest
        • JV: within 20 sec each, 1 minute rest
      • Cooper Test/12 minutes
        • Varsity: 9 laps minimum
        • JV: 8 laps minimum
  • PLAYING ABILITY: TUESDAY JAN 21-22
    • Technique and tactical awareness
    • Fitness
    • Psychology
  • TEAM ANNOUNCED: Thursday Jan 23
    • All fitness tests must have been passed to play
attendance policy
Attendance Policy
  • Each day we practice we are training for the next game
  • Absences to practice will result in loss of playing time in the next non-region game
  • The amount of playing time will be determined by the player’s usual playing time and the number of absences before each match (starter vs. non-starter)
other
Other
  • Grades and discipline will be monitored
  • Becoming a College Athlete:
    • NCAA Clearing house application completed and a fee of $50.00 (?)
    • All seniors wanting to play college sports must complete this process.
    • Also please let me know if you need me to contact any college coaches.
winter break
Winter Break
  • February 13:

Home vs. Rome

  • Plan accordingly
parent involvement a must for a successful season
Parent Involvement: A Must for a Successful Season
  • Concessions manager and workers for Varsity and JV
  • Other help needed: Participating in team fundraising events, videotaping varsity and JV games, announcers and clock workers, field set up, etc.
  • Parent meeting: Thursday January 30 at 6:15 in the media center
  • Field work day: Saturday February 1 at 10:00
participation fee 500 per player
Participation Fee$500 PER PLAYER
  • ALL SPORTS MUST PAY THEIR WAY.
  • WE NEED HALF OF THE FEE BY DECEMBER 2. PAY BY…
    • Writing one big check, and/or… (Refundable)
    • Participating in the payment plan, and/or… (Refundable)
    • Participating in traditional fundraising
      • Profits from what you sell go toward your dues.
      • Participating in fundraising does not guarantee a spot in the team.
  • BALANCE STATEMENTS WILL BE GIVEN OUT MONDAY FEBRUARY 3. THE ENTIRE FEE MUST BE PAID BY TUESDAY FEBRUARY 4. EQUIPMENT AND UNIFORMS WILL NOT BE DISTRIBUTED TO PLAYERS WITH A BALANCE.
  • THE PARTICIPATION FEE MAY BE LOWERED BASED ON TEAM AND COACH’S FUNDRAISING EFFORTS (I.E SOCCER CAMP)
  • THE PARTICIPATION FEE IS NOT AN EQUIPMENT AND UNIFORM FEE. ALL EQUIPMENT AND UNIFORMS BELONG TO THE AHS SOCCER TEAM.
    • A replacement fee will be assessed for uniforms and equipment not returned at the end of the season.
current fundraising
Current Fundraising
  • To lower team goal and have a lower player fee:
    • Coaches’ sales (Magnets, t-shirts, advertising, etc.)
    • Soccer camp (Saturday February 8)
    • Shoe drive
    • Uniform and equipment donations
  • Directly to your fees:
    • T-shirts you sold
    • Fun Run
    • Advertising (Stadium banners, Scoreboard, Website)
    • Restaurant cards (Railey)
    • Other (Railey and Hat Trick Club)
fun run cougar crazy mad dash
Fun Run: Cougar Crazy Mad Dash
  • Saturday November 2: Set up 2:00-5:00 pm
  • Sunday November 3: Race and clean up 1:00-6:00
  • We need you or one of your parents here on one of the days, especially returning players.
  • Wear a cougar soccer shirt.
  • Bring drinks and candy
  • There will be a sign-in and sign-out sheet to keep up with your participation
dates to remember
Dates to Remember
  • Nov 2 at 2:00 : Fun Run set up
  • Nov 3 at 1:00: Fun Run
  • Nov 4-Dec 20: Individual/Group conditioning
  • Dec 2: $240 due (1/2 fee)
  • Jan 7: Team conditioning begins (eligibility and physical exam)
  • Jan 21-22: First practice with the ball
  • Jan 23: Teams announced
  • Jan 30 at 6:15: Parent meeting
  • Feb 1 at 10:00: Field work day (Set up goals and paint field)
  • Feb 3: Balance statements distributed
  • Feb 4: Remaining fee due
  • Feb 6: Uniforms distributed (you must have paid)
  • Feb 7: Scrimmage @ Hilgrove
  • Feb 11: First game vs. Villa Rica
  • Feb 8: Soccer Camp
  • Feb 13: Winter Break game

*Other dates will be announced as the information becomes available

uniforms numbers and sizes
UniformsNumbers and Sizes
  • Returning Players (Varsity  JV)
    • Seniors
    • Juniors
    • Sophomores
  • New Players
    • Seniors
    • Juniors
    • Sophomores
    • Freshman
ahs boys soccer community
AHS BOYS SOCCER COMMUNITY

Reminder: Always talk to me if you have an issue concerning yourself or the team. Don’t put it on your parents to confront your situation. You are young men and you are the ones preparing, playing, and practicing every day. Take responsibility for yourself.