Quartz Hill AYSO, Region 638 Newsletter             October 27, 2012 

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In This Issue
Make a Difference Day
Make-Up Pictures Delivery
Action Photos
Coach Corner
Referee Corner
Tournament News
EXTRA Program News
U05 Jamboree News
VIP News
Volunteer/Board Member of the Week
Snack Bar News
Kids Zone Reminder
Important Dates
Joe Walker Track Alert
NO Pets Allowed!
Lost and Found
Game Results
Players of the Game
Standings (U10-U14)
Playoff Schedule
Quick Links


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AYSO runs on volunteer power. There are 220,000 volunteers around the country making sure everyone plays! AYSO volunteers are mostly parents of current players, but also siblings,  grandparents, parents of former players, neighbors and even active players themselves. AYSO volunteers give each child the precious gift of their time.

AYSO's volunteer foundation ensures that it's all about what's good for kids. It also makes AYSO very affordable. AYSO operates in a business manner, but volunteers ensure its "profits" are happy, healthy kids playing a sport they can enjoy for life.

AYSO has developed special training that helps parents who may have little or no soccer experience quickly gain the age-appropriate knowledge and skills they need to be effective coaches and referees. It also has unique administrative and management training. This ensures that each community program:

* Abides by the AYSO philosophies
* Offers a great AYSO experience
* Continues to grow, offering the AYSO opportunity to more children

It only takes a few hours to become qualified as an introductory-level coach or referee. But if you're not able to commit even that much time, there are many small jobs you can help with. Even a couple of hours each season are an important contribution to your team and Region!

AYSO training doesn't stop as long as you're having fun. Referees, coaches and administrators have clinics, workshops and other advanced training available to advance their skills.

AYSO is a family experience. As an AYSO volunteer, a parent gets to participate with their child and teach the values of giving back to the community. Sometimes it's the whole family with parents, siblings and grandparents all getting in on the act.

Coaching and refereeing may be the most visible volunteer roles, but there are many ways to help a team or Region. Many volunteer roles require small amounts of time, but are very valuable to the kids. There is an AYSO volunteer opportunity for everyone.
Volunteering should be a fun and fulfilling experience for you. It's a chance to learn something new, or an opportunity to use the skills you already have. Start out by finding a position or task that interests you. If it's a little more of a time commitment than you can offer, find another parent who can share the responsibility.

If after looking at this list of AYSO volunteer jobs and tasks, you are still too busy to take on a volunteer position but want to help - ask around. Someone always needs help making copies, dropping off flyers to schools or manning a registration table for a couple of hours. There is always something you can offer to help your team or your Region.


Players play!!!   Run around - Have fun - Make their own decisions!
Coaches coach!!!  Set the line up - Motivate the players - Let them play the game.
Parents cheer!!! For all the players on both teams. "Way to go" Great Play" Nice Shot" "What a pass"
Jack Rust 
Regional Commissioner 
Quartz Hill Region 638


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Providing world class youth soccer programs

that enrich children's lives!!!!  


News Flash 2 

On Saturday, October 27th, AYSO regions from all over our country will be joining hands to impact their communities for Make-a-Difference day!  Here in Quartz Hill, we are asking everyone to help kick hunger in the AV by donating canned food to be given to Grace Resources to distribute!  Get together with your team and collect canned food (current expiration dates only) then box or bag it, mark it with your team name and division (example: Goldfish - U06G) and bring it to the snack bar.  The top three teams (determined by number of canned food items donated divided by number of players on the team) will win either pizza or donuts for their team the following week (food choice decided by time of winning team's game on Nov. 3rd - games prior to 11am will get donuts, after 11am will get pizza).

Help QH AYSO make a DIFFERENCE!!!!
Make-Up Pictures Delivery 


Make-Up Pictures will in the Coach's Boxes on Saturday, October 27th.  Please check with your child's coach for your make-up pictures.

Action Photos
by Best Photo Network 

As a fund-raiser, Best Photo Network is out at our soccer games, taking incredible action shots of our players.  Photos are available for viewing and purchase.  This week the Action Photo tent will be set up at Joe Walker.

Best Photo Network (Action Photos)
23503 West Avenue D
Lancaster, CA
Harry Rosenbluth
Phone : 661-724-9192
Email: BestPhotoNetwork@gmail.com

Coach Corner 
Spining Ball

Hello Coaches,


The all-star meetings will be held from Nov. 5th through Nov. 8th at the Mayflower Gardens Community Room II which is located within the Mayflower Gardens retirement community at the corner of Ave. M and 65th street.  The scheduled times for each division are provided below.
all star meeting 


Region 638 Playoff Rules

Regional playoffs will be starting in few weeks with the opportunity for teams to move on to Area play.  So I thought it a good idea to post the playoff rules, these are also provided in the coaches handbook in Section 19.

At the conclusion of the regular season, the top teams in each division pool (U10-14) will participate in playoffs. Playoff winners will represent the region at Area playoffs, which are held in January. Both coaches and assistant coaches must be licensed at the age-appropriate level, certified in Safe Haven, and registered as a volunteer in order for the team to play at Area level and beyond.

Although very rare, serious misconduct may result in another team taking their place. Playoffs are a fun, exciting, and challenging way to end the season, and help us to reward those teams that show improvement over the course of the season. The best teams at season's end are not always the teams with the best record!

If there is a tie for first place at the end of the season, or there is a tie for the last playoff spot, a single game playoff will be used to break the tie. Such games are scheduled for Sunday after the regular season, or the week prior to the playoffs. All other ties are settled by (1) head-to-head records (2) goals allowed (3) sportsmanship score (4) goals scored (5) referee points (6) a flip of the coin, in that order.

1. All games will be conducted exactly as a regular season game unless the score is tied at the end of regulation play.
a. Normal substitution and player participation requirements are in effect, including goalkeeper participation and ¾ rule.
b. Game time and team size remain the same.
2. If the game is tied at the end of regulation play, the following procedure will be used to determine a winner.

a. Extra time consisting of two complete equal periods (U10 = 5 min. ea.; U12 & U14 = 10 min. ea.). If a team is leading at the end of this period, that team wins the match.
b. If the match is still tied, kicks from the mark in accordance with the "Procedures to Determine the Winner of a Match" in the Laws of the Game (LOTG) will be used to determine the winner.

3. Procedures for extra time periods.

a. Teams field the same number of players as during regulation play.

b. Teams may field players at their discretion. (AYSO and Region 638 participation requirements only apply to the two regulation halves).

c. Overtime is begun with a coin toss IAW Law 8. Play is stopped at the end of the first half to switch sides, substitute, and restart with the appropriate kick-off.

d. Substitutions will only be made in the case of injury or during the overtime half.

e. Only those players on the field at the end of the extra time period may participate in kicks from the mark.

4. Summary of LOTG procedures for kicks from the mark

a. Determining a winner:

i. Kicks from the penalty mark are taken by one team and then the other team. An initial group of up to five pairs may decide the match if, after the fifth pair, one team has scored more goals than the other team.

ii. At any time in this first set of five pairs, the taking of kicks is completed if it becomes impossible for one team to equal the number of goals scored by the other team.

iii. After the fifth pair, the teams take kicks from the penalty mark one pair at a time. The procedure ends if, after any pair, one team has scored a goal and the other team has not.

iv. No player from the same team may take a second kick from the penalty mark until all players on the team (including the goalkeeper) have kicked.

v. Once all players have taken a kick, the original kicking order need not be repeated.

b. Procedures:

i. Assistant Referees note on their cards the eligible players and the kicking order (see 3.e. above).

ii. The referee selects the goal to be used.

iii. Only players may enter the field. Teams will remain near the half line on their side of the field in the center circle with the AR.

iv. A coin is tossed (visitor calls) and the winner of the toss decides which team kicks first.

v. Only the referee, an assistant referee, the kicker, and both goalkeepers are allowed near the goal. (The other assistant referee stays at the half with both teams.) All others must remain at the half line.

vi. The other goalkeeper must wait at the intersection of the penalty area line and the goal line.

vii. The assistant referee stays on the point where the goal area boundary line meets the goal line, opposite the referee, and serves as a judge to determine if the ball has completely crossed the goal line.

viii. The referee ensures both the kicker and keeper are ready then signals for the kick with a whistle.

ix. For the kicker and defending goalkeeper, the Laws are the same as for a penalty kick. However, once the kick is taken, no one other than the defending goalkeeper can play the ball.

x. The referee must ensure a thorough record is kept of kicking order and goals.

Scott Jones
QH AYSO Region 638
Regional Coach Admin


U06/U08 Soccer Drill of the Week


Pirate Treasure Dribbling GamePirate Treasure Dribbling Game 


Create a grid about 30X30. Set up about 10 tall cones (the treasure) along one side of the grid. On the opposite side have each player (the pirates) start with a ball. 2-3 players will start inside the grid with an alternate color jersey on. They are defending the treasure (tall cones) along the side of the grid.


1. On the coaches command, the pirates attempt to dribble past the defenders in attempt to take the treasure.
2. To take the treasure the players must knock down the cone with the ball.
3. Once they have knocked down the cone they must pick up the cone and take it back to their starting point while dribbling the ball.
4. If the pirates lose the ball by the defenders, they must start back over at the original starting point.

Reduce or increase the size of the grid and/or the number of defenders based on age, skill level, and number of kids.


Coaching Points
* Keep the ball close and in control.
* Pick head up while dribbling so they can see where the defenders are.
* Explode past the defenders and dribble with speed.  


U10/U12/U14 Drill of the Week

Three Person Passing CombinationThree Person Passing Combination

1. Create a grid approximately 10X20 yards.
2. Two players start on the corner cone opposite each other.
3. One player starts in the center of the grid.


1. Player 1 starts the play by passing into the central player (Player 2).
2. Player 1 moves to the cone to his side and receives the ball back from player 2.
3. After returning the ball to player 1, player 2 moves to player 1's original starting position at the cone.
4. Player 1 plays a long ball to Player 3 and moves into the center of the grid to become the new central player.
5. Player 3 plays into Player 1 who returns the ball to player 3 at the cone placed 10 yards away.
6. Player 1 now takes the starting position of Player 3 while Player 3 plays a long ball down to the starting position and Player 3 becomes the central player.
7. The pattern is repeated


Switch and go the other direction so that players are used to playing from different angles


Coaching Points
* Focus on the quality of passes such as weight, pace, accuracy.
* A well timed run facing the passing direction will assure a more accurate pass.
* The players must communicate with each other to make the drill easier.
* Players must concentrate on making the correct runs off the ball. 


 Referee Corner 


Crazy Referee

Last Saturday we had over 92 % of our referee spots signed up for with trained referees!  Our coverage is starting to slip a little bit, but I hope that over the last three weeks we can still get our games covered.  I also really hope that those of you who were pushed into refereeing because of the referee points system have discovered the fun of participating.  Surely some o
f you have been bitten by the referee bug and will join us addicts for many years to come.


Top Youth U8 Referee Contest   
Our contest to see which Youth referees can do the most U8 games is a real battle.  Prizes will be awarded at our annual volunteer appreciation night. After seven weeks, 44% of our U8 games have been refereed with youth volunteers!  Please be respectful to these youth referees stepping into leadership roles. 

Brendan 15
Jose 12
Christiaan 10
Avalon 10
Kristin 5
Makenna 4
Dakota 3
Kandace 3
Cheyenne 2
Cody 2
Megan 1

Top 25 QHAYSO Referees   
These referees are our addicts, many of whom are just doing this because they enjoy the challenge of refereeing a youth soccer game.  Please think twice before yelling at all our referee volunteers who give so much because they respect the game and want to be a positive force in our community.  This is a short list of very important volunteers who carry a huge percentage of our referee workload. 
Williams, Walter 52.5 
Mendiola, Adam 37.5 
Aguilar, Melanie 37.0 
Mendiola, Matt 33.5 
Schneider, Stefan 27.5 
Haddad, Tim 26.0 
Choate, Perry 20.5 
Raquipiso, Philip 20.5 
Tjosaas, Kristin 16.0 
Peck, Jeff 14.5 
Reynolds, Mark 13.5 
Schoorl, John 13.0 
Minzlaff, Mark 12.5 
Davis, Nelson 12.0 
Sheely, Jay 11.0 
Jones, Scott 10.5 
Gutierrez, Allan 10.0 
Huhman, Dave 10.0 
Pagano, Vincent 10.0 
Rust, Jack 10.0 
Ramos, Jose 9.5 
Shuping, Rod 9.5 
Kovar, Rocky 9.0 
Briones, Sandro 8.5 
Ringelberg, Wayne 8.5

Ever wonder when a referee should and should not use a whistle?  See if you know the answers: 
1) The ball goes out of play on the touchline and the restart is a throw-in.  Whistle or no whistle? 
2) The ball goes out of play for a corner kick or a goal kick.  Whistle or no whistle? 
3) To restart play on a dropped ball? 
4) A goal is scored.  Whistle or no whistle? 
5) A kick off.  Whistle or no whistle? 
6) To take a free kick. Whistle or no whistle? 
7) The referee needs to restart play on a free kick after the attacking team has asked the referee to move the wall back the required distance? 
8) The ball is out of play and the referee indicates a substitution break.  Whistle or no whistle? 
9) A penalty kick.  Whistle or no whistle? 
10) The half is over.  Whistle or no whistle? 
11) The game is over.  Whistle or no whistle? 
12) The referee needs to stop play for any variety of reasons (fouls, misconduct, injury, outside interference, offside, get the players attention etc.).  Whistle or no whistle? 
13) The referee gets hit in the head with the ball and his glasses fall off (now he really is blind).
1) No whistle should be needed to stop or restart play. 
2) No whistle should be needed to stop or restart play. 
3) No whistle should be needed to restart play. 
4) No whistle should be needed to stop play. 
5) Yes, start the game, or restart the game after a goal is scored, with a whistle. 
6) A whistle is usually not needed to restart play. 
7) Yes a whistle is recommended to restart play. 
8) Yes; you need to be sure that all the players knows it is a substitution break.  A whistle is also needed to restart play. 
9) Yes use the whistle to allow the penalty kick to proceed. 
10) Yes, it is traditional to end the first half with two blows on the whistle. 
11) Yes, it is traditional to end the game with three blows on the whistle. 
12) Definitely use a whistle; the length and strength of the whistle blow are key forms of communication. 
13) Definitely stop play immediately with the whistle and restart with a dropped ball. 
If you have any questions about refereeing, please do not hesitate to contact me.

-Tim Haddad 
Quartz Hill Regional Referee Administrator 




Tournament News



Thank you to the hundreds of players who tried out for the QH AYSO Tournament these past few weekends. Tournament is a wonderful opportunity to grow and develop as a soccer player - each of you are going to have a great tournament season beginning with the Thanksgiving Tournament in November!
If your son or daughter tried out and has not received a call yet, please email Mike Linder at qhaysotd@gmail.com.  
EXTRA Program News




Our Quartz Hill Girls U11 Extra Team continued on their Season of Wins with a 4-0 Win over Sherman Oaks on Saturday at Marie Kerr.
The Quartz Hill Girls hit the road this Saturday and travel to Canyon Country looking to add another "W" to their list!!!! GOOD LUCK QUARTS HILL GIRLS!
Our Quartz Hill Boys U16 Team continued on their rollercoaster ride of a season with a 1-1 Tie against Newbury Park Saturday in Newbury Park. The Boys then stayed on that ride for a Sunday re-match with 1st Place Fillmore at Lancaster Soccer Complex and offered up a 1 o'clock whoop-in to Fillmore. The 4-1 Quartz Hill Victory was the first loss to undefeated Fillmore as well as the most goals scored against them this season!! For that we give the Quartz Hill Boys U16 Extra Team a "WAY TO GO BOYS!!!" 



Michael Fricke 


Home Game Schedule - U11 Girls

Nov. 3rd, 12:30pm, against Valencia


Home Game Schedule - U16 Boys

Oct. 27th, 2:15pm, against VNSO



Game Results


October 20th

U11 Girls

Quartz Hill 4 - 0 Canyon Country


October 21th

U16 Boys

Quartz Hill 4 - 1 Fillmore  



U05 Jamboree News

Thank you to all parent volunteers who have continuously participated each week assisting  our players both on and off the fields.  Your amazing display of enthusiasm and positive words of encouragement have not only played a great role in the success of this program but has made this a positive, fun, and extremely joyful experience for all our young players.

The following consists of important information to all parents:  
  • Award Ceremonies & Trophy Presentation:  The award ceremonies and trophy presentation will be held on Tuesday, November 13th at 6:00pm at the Joe Walker Gymnasium for all our U05 players.  We will be needing the assistance of all parents of our players, so please make sure you are available to be there.
  • Parent / Player Sign In:  Please be sure to sign in your child before the start of each session.  This is not only to keep records of attendance but to also ensure those parents who have met the necessary criteria are given their U06 Coach Certification.
  • Field Set Up & Take Down:  All sessions starting at 8::00am require the help of parents to assist in field set up which consists of preparing fields for the day activities and goal set up (please arrive about 7:15 to ensure the session begins on time).  All games that begin at 9:30am require the help of parents to assist in taking down the fields which consists of taking down all goals, picking up all cones, and ensuring that all trash in area is picked up and disposed of properly.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact me via Shutterfly, email, or by phone.  I look forward to seeing you at the fields on Saturday!

Thank You,
Julie Woods
U05 Program Coordinator
(661) 609-7354

A message from VIP Soccer Stars: 


Thank you to Coach Gousman and the U12 girls team, Striking Tigers, and Coach Barragan and the U14 boys team, F.C. United for coming out to play the VIP team this past weekend. The Soccer Stars had fun playing against both teams!

If you haven't seen the Soccer Stars play, please come out and support the teams.  They play every Saturday at 9:10am at Lane Park on Field 2 and 10:20am at Lower Joe Walker on Field 3.

The Soccer Stars are getting ready to play their first tournament this season on November 4th at Pelona Vista Park in Palmdale. They have been practicing hard and are very ready to play against other VIP teams so come out and catch a game, or two! 







Volunteer/Board Member

of theWeek


Every week QH AYSO will honor one Volunteer and one Board Member (if one is nominated) who has gone above and beyond the call of duty.  Nominations may come from anyone - a coach, player, parent, board member, etc.  Forms are available from your coach or at the Snack Bar. The person chosen by the Board as Volunteer of the Week from all the nominees will receive their choice of a free item from the Snack Bar; all nominees will be acknowledged for all their hard work and time!



Our Volunteers of the Week for October 20th is  

Cody White!  


Cody White, U8 Referee. Your first time as Solo Ref, Great Job! Thanks for all you do.  Nominated by Craig White


Our Board Member of the Week for October 20th is

Mike Linder!   


Michael Linder is a jack-of-all-trades in our Region - Asst. Commissioner, Tournament Director, plus he takes care of ordering all the trophies for the Awards Ceremonies all while coaching two teams in regular season!  Mike works hard for QH AYSO - and he doesn't even have children in the region anymore!  Thanks Mike!   



Other nominated Volunteers/Board Members for Oct. 20th: 


Ernie & Susanna Garcia, Snack and Field Set up, Cheetah Boys, U6.  Always showing up early or staying after the games to ensure we are ready to play or clean up! Thank you!  Nominated by Marc West
Heather & Jeff Meece, Electric Venom, U10B. Taking down fields always without anyone asking them to do so.  Nominated by Coach Luis
To All Firecracker Parents, U8G. Thank you for bringing the girls out to practice & games and for dedicating all your time to the team.  Nominated by Coach Raul
Andrew Braderius, Field Set up, Blazing Butterflies, U6G.  Andrew came out to the fields early to set up.  He also set up other fields.  Nominated by Troy Manley
Karina & John Jacobs, Team Helper, Electric Vemon, U10B. Thank you for all your help you provide the team and for always taking down the fields.  Nominated by Coach Luis
Jim Lott, Assistant Coach, Coyotes, U10B. Thanks for standing in for our coach who has had to travel a lot for work. Coach Jim has been a great mentor for the entire team.  Nominated by Coach Mike Shephard
Lezli & Michael Emerson, Team Parents, Toxic Vemon, U12B. Thanks for everything you guys do for me and my family. Helping with my children's homework while my other team practices. Nominated by Coach Luis
Sandra Zepeda-Contreras, Team Mom, Smurfettes, U6G. Thanks for getting snack & being there always for the Smurfettes and for stepping up & leaving to go get snack in the middle of the game for the girls. Nominated by Coach Robert
All Parents, Green Super Smash Kickers, U8B. Thank you parents for all your help and support. Go Super Smash Kickers!!!!!! Nominated by Coach Kristie
Michelle Jones, Green Super Smash Kickers, U8B. Michelle makes sure our boys have the ever important snacks at each game! She reminds our families with a smile! Thank you!!!! Nominated by Coach Kristie

Snack Bar News


Don't miss out on all the yummy food and treats like hamburgers, hot dogs, pepper bellies, sno-cones (and much more) at our Region's Snack Bar trailer - located at the East entrance to the Joe Walker fields!  And now that it is getting colder - don't miss out on the hot chocolate!!  





 Special Taco

Carne Asada Tacos

3 for $5


Important Reminder Heading
 Kids Zone® Reminder


Unique Program Promotes Sideline Cheerleaders


In AYSO, fans are asked to be cheerleaders, not critics. Kids Zone® is a unique program that includes a parent pledge that moms and dads sign to commit to positive, encouraging behavior when they're watching the games. It also includes signs, buttons and other game-day reminders.

Soccer is a player's game. Players learn the game by trying new things, making mistakes and trying again. Sideline critics who scream instructions at players or criticize referees or coaches just slow down the learning process and make it less fun for everyone.

Negative, even violent, behavior of players, coaches and parents involved in youth sports has become almost epidemic in the U.S. Kids Zone® is a proactive effort to counteract this trend.   



Oct. 21st/28th ~ U16/U19 Area Play-offs


Oct. 27th ~ All-Star Coach Apps Due


Oct. 30th ~ U16/U19 Awards Ceremony

7:00pm, Joe Walker Gymnasium 


Nov. 4th ~ VIP Festival @ Pelona Vista


Nov. 5th~ U10 Boys All Star Meeting


Nov. 6th ~ U10 Girls All Star Meeting


Nov. 7th ~ U12 All Star Meeting


Nov. 8th ~ U14 All Star Meeting


Nov. 10th ~ Last Day of Regular Season


Nov. 11th ~ Tie-Breaker Games, if necessary


Nov. 13th ~ Awards Ceremony for U5 Jamboree

6:00pm, Joe Walker Gymnasium


Nov. 17th-18th ~ Regional Play-Offs


Nov. 26th ~ Awards Ceremony for U6

Girls: 6:00pm, Joe Walker Gymnasium

Boys: 7:00pm, Joe Walker Gymnasium   


Nov. 27th ~ Award Ceremony for U8

Girls: 5:00pm, Joe Walker Gymnasium 

Boys: 6:30pm, Joe Walker Gymnasium  


Dec. 1st/2nd ~ Regional Play-Offs (Rain Date)


Dec. 4th ~ Award Ceremony for U10

Girls: 5:00pm, Joe Walker Gymnasium

Boys: 7:00pm, Joe Walker Gymnasium    


Dec. 5th ~ Award Ceremony for U12 & VIP

Girls/VIP: 6:00pm, Joe Walker Gymnasium  

Boys: 7:30pm, Joe Walker Gymnasium


Dec. 6th ~ Award Ceremony for U14

Girls: 6:00pm, Joe Walker Gymnasium

Boys: 7:15pm, Joe Walker Gymnasium   


Dec. 7th ~ Volunteer Appreciation Dinner  

Dates are subject to change.

Check our website out on a regular basis for the most up-to-date information. 




Please help support our Region AND keep our fields clean!  Please deposit all soda cans and water bottles (only these two items) in the recycling boxes located at the Lane Park and Joe Walker fields.  PLEASE do not put trash or any other items in these boxes!   


Thanks so much for your help!!



No Smoking Sign


QH AYSO is a Kids Zone which, among other things, means we have a strict no smoking policy.  Please refrain from smoking at any field or area that is utilized by QH AYSO  - this includes the parameter of the parking lots where children may be walking by.  If a child can see you, you are in a location where you are not allowed to smoke.



Thank you for your cooperation!


Each week as the games come to an end, our fields and the surrounding areas are littered with TRASH!  We need to show respect for ourselves and our community and not leave our trash behind!   Before you leave to go home and enjoy the rest of your weekend, please make sure that our fields, the parking lot, and the roads where we park are clean!  If you are the last game of the day please make sure to pick up any trash still remaining and also return any AYSO trash cans to the snack bar area or pick up location for your field.

Together we can keep our fields and our community clean!

No Cleats

on the

To all Parents, Coaches, and Players:

Please do not run on the Joe Walker track while wearing cleats!  This can cause severe and costly damage to the track which QH AYSO will be responsible for repairing.


Thanks for your cooperation!

No Pets


As in previous years, Quartz Hill AYSO will continue this season to observe the No Pets Allowed policy.  Pets are not allowed at any practices or games at any field anytime, with the exception of service animals.  This rule is for the safety of our children, families, and pets.  Please make sure to let anyone know who is coming to support your player of our policy.  Anyone with a pet will be asked to leave the field and the game will be stopped until they have complied. 



If you have any questions regarding this policy, please contact our Safety Director, Steve Deplazes, at 785-840-7256.

Thank you for your cooperation.
Lost and Found
Looking for a lost ball, gym bag, or even a set of keys?  Come by the Snack Bar at JW/LP and take a peek at our Lost and Found - your lost item might just be in there!  Any unclaimed items will be donated to a worthy charity at the end of the season!
Quartz Hill AYSO would like to thank our Sponsors for the 2012 Season!   The donations from our sponsors allow QH AYSO to provide soccer scholarships and help to keep our registration fees affordable so that everyone can play. It is clear that without the generous support of businesses and individuals, Quartz Hill AYSO Region 638 could not continue to offer our children such a well-rounded soccer program at such an affordable price.  We thank our wonderful sponsors for their support and ask our players and their families to support these sponsors whenever possible in return! 


Allstate - Currado Insurance Agency
ATA Martial Arts
B&L Fire Protection Inc
Blazing New Trails
Burkey, Cox, Evans & Bradford
Career Care Institute
Chryssostomides Financial Services
Cinemark IMAX
Dr. Buckley DDS
Dr. Les Kurian DDS
Dr. Raffy Sustento DDS
Emard Chiropractic
For The Day - Children's Party and Activity Center
Gary Little Construction
Harris Motors
Joshua Medical Group
Katrina Stello Real Estate
Keith's Plumbing
Kuzyk Law
Levesque Family
Mather Bros Ice
Minute Serve Dairy
Monster Fitness
Nueva Vision Trucking
Palmdale Regional Orthopedic Specialists
Quartz Hill Mini Storage
Rich Meier's Landscaping
Rocco's Honda & Acura
S&G Custom Electrical
Safesplash Swim School
Sam's Silkscreening
Scramblez Café
Shanks Construction
Snow Orthodontics
Southwest Custom Painting
State Farm - Sam Maston
Temperatures Unlimited, Inc
The Barber Shop III
The Hart Room
The Infinity Group Inc
Theurer Orthodontics
Thunder on the Lot
Trauma Solutions
Tustin Nissan
Valencia Acura
Valleywide Dental - Dr. Robert Haze
Van Dam Farms
West Point Physical Therapy Center
West Side Equipment
Western Way BBQ


Silver Sponsor
McDonald's - Marroquin Org.

The 2012 Sponsor Directory was given to the Coaches on October 20th   make sure to get your copy!  The Directory will also be available on our website, www.qhayso.org.  

Game Results Title



Game Results 2012-10-20 Boys 



Game Results 2012-10-20 Girls 



Players of the Game Title



Player of the Game 2012-10-20 Boys 



 Player of the Game 2012-10-20 Girls



Standings Heading



Those teams below highlighted in yellow have met the minimum requirement of seven (7) Referee Points to be eligible to proceed to play-offs; those teams highlighted in green have reached the maximum of ten (10) Referee Points allowed for the season!  

Standings 2012-10-20 Boys

Standings 2012-10-20 Girls


PlayOff Schedule Title

Playoff games will be held on November 17th and 18th.  

Rain dates are December 1st and 2nd. 

Play-Off Schedule 2012 Rev. 2 Boys



Play-Off Schedule 2012 Rev. 2 Girls



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