(September 18, 2004) U12Girls schedule and All scheduled reloaded to correct a home field listing for West Boylston
(September 18, 2004)U10 WAYSA Referee Training Photo Gallery Posted -- see if you recognize these referees. Give them your support on the field! Over 60 referees were trained this summer as either Grade 9 or WAYSA for U10/U8 games. Thanks to our referee director Joe Testagrossa for delivering training and arranging for the grade 9 training.
(September 10th, 2004) U10/U12 Tournament Patch Vote is closed, see the winner.
(September 1-8, 2004)Schedules reloaded to reflect all changes.
(July 15, 2004) WAYSA increases U14, U16, and U18G referee payment fees. See Referee Page
(June 15, 2004) League website is looking for newsletter editor and writer(s), photos, club patches, and stories for the newsletter. Contact email@example.com
(March 2004)League elects new officers for 2004.President - Dick Orino (Rutland); Vice President Paul Riches (Paxton), Secretary RoseMary Snow (West Boylston), Treasurer Wayne Adams (Venerini Academy). Much thanks to outgoing President Drew Howard (Paxton) and Vice President Herve Leveillee (Spencer) for years of volunteering their time, knowledge, dedication and effort, and for growing the league to what it is today. Click here for see the 2004 league board.
Fall Season 2004 is just around the corner .... are you practicing now?
WAYSA is focused on recreational play and has structured its activities in support of player and referee development by:
- All teams are formed by a town/club open enrollment and random team placement. There are no skill divisions in the league. All teams are expected to be balanced, rather than stacked.
- Each team should strive for each player to play at least 50% or more of a game.
- U10 and U12 games are 7v7 to maximize player touches with the ball.
- U10 and U12 games are not tracked for win/loss. The end of season U10 and U12 tournament is to expose teams to other divisional teams.
- League is fair minded to ensure players can play with team roster size waivers, playing down waivers, and combining fractional club teams into a whole team.
- League having a signed Coaches code, recommended reading for Parents code of conduct, and being responsive to address incidents when they first occur.
- League develops U10 and U8 referees through in-house unlicensed training and paid games. League reimburses referee's course license fees (eligible for those refs in highschool only). League sponsored referee training.
- Providing non-varsity players an opportunity to continue to enjoy their youth sport with U18Girls and U18Boys (available when 5 or more teams can be formed). Also for the parents of players and coaches, an O30 Coed league.