Our Longley Lane office has reopened!
Our office hours are every week day from 3pm to 7pm
TO BE PLACED UPON THE "WAIT LIST" FOR SPRING 2021.
PLEASE EMAIL OUR OFFICE AT: email@example.com
Put "waitlist" in the subject line. In the body of the email give us your child's name, year of birth, gender, and parent contact name and phone number.
We would like to welcome you to our 2021 registration for the recreational division. Our age division goes from U4 through U15 (birth years of 2017 through 2006).
U4 through U7 are coed teams, U8 and above are gender specific.
U4-U8 plays at Moana Sports Complex
U9 plays at Mary Gojack Park and Terrace Sports Complex
U10 plays at Plumas Park
U11-U15 plays at Terrace Sports Complex
The registration fee of $125.00 includes whole set of uniform (shorts, jersey and socks, you need to purchase shinguard and soccer cleats) and 8 games.
Players are placed by zip codes unless you specifically asked to be placed to a specific team.
Practices are determined by coaches. The league schedules all the games.
Games are held on Saturdays. Some U8-U15 games can be held on Friday nights.
|FIRST GAME||APRIL 17|
|SECOND GAME||APRIL 24|
|THIRD GAME||MAY 1 PLUS PICTURE DAY|
|FOURTH GAME||MAY 8 PLUS PICTURE DAY|
|FIFTH GAME||MAY 15|
|SIXTH GAME||MAY 22|
|NO GAME Memorial Day||MAY 29|
|SEVENTH GAME||JUNE 5|
|EIGHTH GAME||JUNE 12|
The document below states the protocols and procedures our league, GBYSL, is following in order to ensure safety to all our players, parents, coaches and personnel.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 2, 2020
Meghin Delaney Communications Director CONTACT: firstname.lastname@example.org
Gov. Sisolak announces emergency directive, guidance related to youth sports
LAS VEGAS, NV — Today, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak announced that he will be issuing an Emergency Directive lifting restrictions on youth and adult sports and adjusting the COVID-19 statewide guidance on sports.
The new Directive and accompanying guidance will allow for practice, training and competitions for non-contact and minimal-contact sports statewide for both youth and adult sports. Sports leagues must first submit a Preparedness & Safety Plan and comply with all health and safety protocols outlined in the guidance, including strict adherence to social distancing, sanitization and capacity limitations on spectators at sporting events.
“As I have said before, sports are paramount to the mental and physical health, growth and development of leadership skills among our youth,” Governor Sisolak said. “We are enacting these new standards so that those who enjoy competing can begin safely returning to play.”
The Directive does not pertain to professional or collegiate sports, and it retains the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association’s (NIAA) existing authority over when high school sports will resume and the guidelines under which those competitions will resume. Not all sports will be allowed at this time – only minimal- and non-contact sports as defined in the
Directive may commence. The sports allowed have been categorized based on contact level and associated risk.
The full list of sports allowed to continue - and the accompanying guidance for this Directive – can be found at the following links:
• Nevada Guidance for Adult & Youth Sports
o COVID-19 Screening Guide - SPORTS (See document posted above)
o COVID-19 Screening Check In - SPORTS (See document posted above)
Current Office Hours:
Monday - Friday 3pm to 7pm
ALL RECREATIONAL EMAILS CAN BE SENT OR FORWARDED TO THE NEW EMAIL ADDRESS: email@example.com
GBYSL Office phone number: 775-825-4900
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