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2013-14 US Youth Soccer National League Boys Las Vegas Preview

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The 2013-2014 US Youth Soccer National League Boys season will wrap up play March 14-16 at Heritage Park in Henderson, Nev., as 48 teams play their final three games and solidify the division standings. In the Under-15 through Under-18 age groups, each division will be represented by four of the eight teams, while the Under-14 divisions will each feature all eight teams.
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Soccer Expo 2014 Rocks the Bay!

The California Youth Soccer Association does it again! Cal North achieved another great accomplishment with hosting the successful 2014 Cal North Soccer Expo at the Oakland Marriot Center.
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Congratulations to Cal North's 2014 Hall of Fame Award Winners

Congratulations to all of this years winners!
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Eighteen Cal North ODP players named to Region IV ODP Top 18

The 2014 US Youth Soccer ODP Region IV Championships names Top 18 players per age group. California Youth Soccer Association - Cal North was well represented, especially in the 01 age groups. Congratulations to all our players for their outstanding play and well earned recognition!
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Military Veterans Attending a US Soccer National Coaching Course May Receive GI Bill Reimbursements

The Department of Veteran's Affairs is offering eligible veterans reimbursement for attending a U.S. Soccer National Coaching Course. Eligible veterans who attend a U.S. Soccer "A", "B", "C", Goalkeeping or Youth course may be eligible for course fee reimbursement.
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Driving and Field Incidents

Two exposures that are controllable are field conditions and drivers. Effective management of these two controllable exposures will help administrators manage risk more effectively.
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Personal Liability

Decisions made by program administrators, regardless of whether they are Cal North or league sanctioned activities, may unknowingly obligate the league or Cal North to implied legal obligation. Accordingly, administrators are requested to check with the appropriate officials.
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Health and Well Being

The risk of injury in any sport is always present. Parents know this when they sign up their kids to play. However, sometimes parents will blame others for uncontrollable events or for actions perceived to be harmful to their kids. This section is intended to give you some guidelines for keeping injuries or exposures to a minimum.
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Offensive Language and Physical Contact

Coaches and Administrators should model good communications skills and clearly be aware of what is appropriate conduct in regards to their language and physical contact.
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Practice Goal Safety

With our hot weather states heading to the end of their seasons and our cold weather states getting ready to start their seasons, it’s a great time to check your goal posts. This is one of the biggest areas where we need to control risk. Goal post injuries can be severe and they can be fatal. Our job is to protect our players. This is number one, but we also need to control our insurance costs and goal post injuries rank as some of our highest claims.
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