What is the mission of the Warrenton Youth Soccer Club? The founders of WYSC created the league as a place where children of all ages and abilities could learn about sports while having fun. The emphasis is on learning, teamwork and sportsmanship.

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Middle School Basketball Coaches



 

  • Experienced Basketball Coaches are needed for all 10 teams
  • Coaches from last season will be given priority over new coaches
  • All Middle School Coaches will be on a volunteer basis this season 
  • Each School will have two teams:
    • Junior Varsity Team
    • Varsity Team
  • ​Each team will have it's own head coach and if available, an assistant coach
  • Interested in coaches please "Register" here.
  • All coaches will be subject to a background check
  • Coaches will be required to attend a coaches meeting Saturday August 24th at 4pm at the Boys and Girls Club in Warrenton, VA.
 
 
Practices:
  • Practices are held on Monday, Wednesday and Fridays for both teams.
  • With two teams per school, there will be some sharing of court space.
Games:
  • Each school will play every school twice, once at home, once away.
  • Parents will be responsible for getting players to away games.
  • Junior Varsity teams plays first and Varsity plays immediately afterwards.
  • Our goal, if gym space and time allows, we will hold championship games at the end of the season
    • ​The top two JV teams will play and the top two Varsity teams will play.
 
Coach Responsibilities:
  • Attend Coaches meeting.
  • Hold tryouts.
  • Email team roster to  gleason@wysc.org at the end of tryouts.
  • Collect Medical Release forms, Code of Conduct form, registration payment and turn into Middle School Coordinator from WYSC.
  • Hold Practices.
  • Be a positive role model.
  • Provide four adult volunteers per game:
    • ​Team Manager
      • organize/supervise away game transportation
      • making sure each player leaves with a parent/approved adult
      • collection of any paperwork needed
    • Gym Supervisor
      • to make sure spectators/coaches/refs/players maintain good sportsmanship during the games
      • to help settle disputes
      • keep the game atmosphere positive
    • Clock Keeper
      • a responsible parent/adult who can attend every game to keep the game clock for the entire duration of the game
      • if unable to make a game, finding an adult to substitute for you
      • can be several parents that take turns throughout the season
      • stops clock for time outs, quarter ends, and dead ball calls by the ref.
      • updates score on scoreboard
    • Score Book Keeper
      • a responsible parent/adult who can attend every game to keep the game clock for the entire duration of the game
      • if unable to make a game, finding an adult to substitute for you
      • can be several parents that take turns throughout the season
      • keeps track of player time in game
      • marks fouls
      • keeps individual score for each player
      • keeps track of team score
  • ​Winning Coach must report the score on this website to keep the standings current.
  • Score needs to be reported within 24 hours.
  • Collection of all jerseys at end of season.
  • Hold end of season celebration.