“Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity!” Psalm 133:1
CALLING ALL PATRIOTS HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER PLAYERS
It is time to gear up for soccer!
FEAST soccer is a competitive sport and we play other schools. Again this year the soccer team is being opened up to both males and females. With that being said, all females who want to join need to be aware that the majority of teams played are all male team. It will be our main goal to think of safety and that this is a competitive sport, we will be playing games with both things in mind.
Our coaches are Rod Tanner (Head Coach) and Joel White (Assistant Coach). They are excited to get to meet the team and to get started with practice.
Right now the Commissioner is Diane White. Her contact number is phone 210-823-4061 and email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. Please feel free to contact her for any questions. We are still looking for a volunteer to be the new commissioner this year. That person will be training to take over the commissioner job for the future. Please contact Diane White if you are interested.
We are opening registration now. The total price of $305. Due upon registration, once registered there is no refund.
The cost of Soccer covers uniforms, field rental, referee payments, end of season party and other incidental cost for the season. We have tried to keep the price down as low as possible knowing our families are paying for many things. Don’t forget you will need to purchase a Patriot Pass for each family for the year to be in FEAST sports.
Our practices will begin October 2nd and will be held Monday and Wednesday from 4:30-6:30pm at Trinity Christian Church – 5415 N Loop 1604, SA, TX 78247.
Our communication will be through email, Remind and Shutterfly which is through email. If you would like to get on these communication methods please email or text Diane with your cell number and email addresses.
We will have an informational meeting on Tuesday, September 24th at 7:30pm at: The Denman Estate – 7735 Mockingbird Lane, San Antonio, TX 78229
We will provide you with the full schedule of games and practices at the meeting. We look forward to meeting you soon!
NOTE: You must be a Patriot Pass holder in order to participate in any FEAST sport. Click here to read more about the Patriot Pass.
We never wish the Patriot Pass to become an economic burden to anyone, so if it is for your family, please contact the Athletics Office at email@example.com so an arrangement may be worked out.
FEAST HAS A VOLUNTEER OPENING FOR SOCCER COMMISSIONERS: HIGH SCHOOL AND MIDDLE SCHOOL
We are looking for someone with organizational skills to act as a volunteer commissioner to assist with team details. If this is in line with your gifting and you are willing and able to assist either of our teams, we have a place for you!
Don’t worry; we would never ask you to work alone; Sherri Kunkel would just be a phone call or email away and can assist you with any of these matters. FEAST has players excited to play soccer in August – October, so we need to fill this spot, as soon as possible, so that these players will have the chance to learn and play soccer! We will walk you through what needs to be done, and experienced advisors are available to help make decisions.
Applicants do not necessarily have to be experienced with soccer nor do they need to coach the team, but a general knowledge of the game of soccer would be helpful. You would need to be willing to help with budgeting, do purchase orders, scheduling, rent fields, pick up uniforms and generally be the person who makes the program work. As a commissioner, this is your chance to contribute to a positive, character-building experience for our children. Anyone that is well organized, reliable, and has a passion for developing youth soccer players within our FEAST Program should apply ASAP. Applicants should be patient, friendly, personable, enthusiastic, fun and able to interact well with the public.
FEAST thanks you for considering this position! Without you, our teams would not have the opportunity to play. Remember that time passes quickly, so don’t miss this chance to invest in our youth. This is time well spent that you and your child will always remember.
We played our final soccer games, January 18th, down a couple of players in a tournament at Atonement. The team did an awesome job!! They won one game and barely lost the second game 1-2. We had an awesome season with such devoted players and parents. The coaches were so blessed by them and are excited for next year. Coach Tanner and Coach White volunteered their time willingly and tirelessly to this awesome team and together they all did a fantastic job. Our end of the year party is Sunday, January 27th at 5pm at SoccerZone in Live Oak, Texas. We will be planning some pre-training this year so keep an eye on the MANNA.
The most successful teams in any sport are marked by great teamwork. History celebrates the great partnership between two players or the seemingly average group of individuals who work together as one to achieve extraordinary success. And when we think about one of the life lessons we hope our kids gain from playing youth sports, many parents say “teamwork” or “learning to be a good teammate” is at the top of their list, reports the National Youth Soccer League.
The FEAST Soccer Team is doing just that. Learning the teamwork needed for success. We are still looking for a few more players to join. Our current players have been wonderful at being consistent in going to practice and have a great attitude. Even at our first game, the coaches were so proud of our team. The score was 1-3 against KIPP. They have always been a tough team to play and yet our new team did very well.
We also are looking for a new commissioner in training to begin ASAP to learn the job for next year. This is a great place to invest your time. Soccer is a sport that produces so many health benefits such as:
• increases aerobic capacity and cardiovascular health
• lowers body fat and improves muscle tone
• builds strength, flexibility, and endurance
• increases muscle and bone strength
• improves health due to shifts between walking, running and sprinting.
Please consider becoming the new commissioner for next year! Contact Diane White for details at firstname.lastname@example.org.