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Coronavirus 30 Day Plan
04/01/2020
Coronavirus Guidelines
03/18/2020
TopYa Landing Page
03/17/2020
Check out the Agawam Soccer TopYa Landing Page!     See...
Agawam Soccer Scholarships- Deadline EXTENDED to April 17
03/10/2020
  UPDATE TO SCHOLARSHIPS!   ********************************************   Due...
ASA "Paint A Driveway" Fundraiser
03/10/2020
Agawam Soccer is pleased to announce the 2020 "Paint A Driveway"...
ASA Update
03/01/2020
UPDATE TO SCHOLARSHIPS!   ********************************************   Due...
 
Coronavirus 30 Day Plan


by posted 04/01/2020
Coronavirus Guidelines


by posted 03/18/2020
TopYa Landing Page

Check out the Agawam Soccer TopYa Landing Page!  

 

See who the leaders are!  Check ot the videos!


by posted 03/17/2020
Agawam Soccer Scholarships- Deadline EXTENDED to April 17

 

UPDATE TO SCHOLARSHIPS!

 

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Due to the current state of the pandemic, Agawam Soccer is making the following changes:

1.  Applications are due by April 17th

2.  Applications can be scanned and emailed to 

3.  Those that have sent in applications to the ASA PO Box, we will get them from the PO Box prior to April 17th.

 

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To All past and Present Members of Agawam Soccer Association:

 

RE:  Agawam Soccer Scholarships

 

Agawam Soccer Association is pleased to be able to continue our yearly scholarship program for graduating AHS seniors.  The scholarship program has been in place for quite some time and generally ASA funds between $4,000-$6,000 per year into 4-5 scholarships.

 

ASA has three legacy scholarships and a general Agawam Soccer Scholarship that we use in certain years to be names after individuals within Agawam Soccer who have been a positive impact on ASA.

 

He scholarships we offer:

 

  • Rick Parolo Scholarship – original ASA member/founder
  • Christopher Knight Scholarship – former player of ASA And AHS
  • Sullivan Family Scholarship – In memory of the passing of Dan Sullivan’s daughter in appreciation for years of family service to ASA.
  • Agawam Soccer Scholarship (last year was named in honor of Steve Maloney and Frank DeGeorge)

 

The scholarships are funded by the volunteers in Agawam Soccer who support:  The Agawam Soccer Golf Tournament and the Agawam Soccer Calendar Raffle, as well as private donations.

 

These scholarships each have individual qualifications, but all of them are open to everyone.  Certain scholarships are open to anyone whop participated at all in Agawam Soccer, regardless of how long or at what level. 

 

The scholarships are available in two locations:  The AHS Web Site and the ASA Web Site.

 

Please print out the scholarships and mail to :  Agawam Soccer, PO Box 442, Feeding Hills MA 01030

 

Deadline is April 1 to be postmarked. 


by posted 03/10/2020
ASA "Paint A Driveway" Fundraiser

Agawam Soccer is pleased to announce the 2020 "Paint A Driveway" Fundraiser.  This is a great opportunity to show your support for Agawam Soccer while displaying our colors on your driveway.  ASA Volunteers will be coming out to do your driveway shortly after you have registered on-line. 

You may register on line the same way you register your children for soccer.  Cost is only $20.00!

 

Have some fun and post a selfie with your driveway logo on the ASA Facebook Page!

 

All proceeds will go to recent efforts to upgrade coaches equipment and medical kits

 

email any questions to

 

 


by posted 03/10/2020
ASA Update

UPDATE TO SCHOLARSHIPS!

 

********************************************

 

Due to the current state of the pandemic, Agawam Soccer is making the following changes:

1.  Applications are due by April 17th

2.  Applications can be scanned and emailed to 

3.  Those that have sent in applications to the ASA PO Box, we will get them from the PO Box prior to April 17th.

 

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To All Members of Agawam Soccer:

I wanted to take a quick moment to get out some communication on the soccer season and with the school closing that are going on leaving kids at home.

This past weekend I was with a youth who was excited that “we have a long vacation!” and was excited over the fact there was no school. 

I actually envy the fact that they are still kids and don’t have the concerns that adults have.  It also showed me that as parents we need to emphasis what is going on but in a manner that doesn’t cause panic but does increase personal and social disciplines.

I have been up to Agawam High School and have seen a large amount of kids paying pickup basketball, soccer, and other things.  Large groups of kids.  As much as I admire the fact that kids are actually going out and getting off the video games and doing physical activities, there needs to be some caution.  Many kids are trying to take advantage of this time to work out and stay active.  Thats great, but again, there needs to be some disciplines to this. 

I would ask that if kids do get together to workout that they practice the guidelines that are set forth to keep people heathy and virus free.

 

  • Stay 6ft. apart
  • Don’t share water bottles
  • Don’t pick up a soccer ball that another kid has handled
  • Keep your group small- shy away from bigger gatherings.
  • Sneeze and cough into a paper towel or a least your sleeve (really if your sick you should not be out at all)

Ultimately this is a parental matter.  Agawam Soccer cannot prohibit anyone from doing what the freely decide to do.  I know the upcoming weeks is going to be difficult in terms of keeping our kids:  safe , educated, engaged, and focused. 

We are going to move forward with a program called TopYa which is a social media driven platform for kids to do contests at home or in very small groups.  You will see information on it shortly for all kids Ages 7-14 (working on 3-6) within Agawam Soccer.  It will be a great tool  for kids to safely exercise and work on skills while having fun against their peers.  www.topya.com is the web site if you want to check it out. More details to follow.

For now I would urge parents to manage this situation as best as you can.  The big groups at the high school in my personal opinion should be avoided.  Try to work out and engage the kids in smaller groups while practicing social distancing protocol.

I also ask that everyone respect each others decision as to how they handle their children and live their lives.  What works for one family may not work for another. 

No Agwam coach should be scheduling any team related activities as long as school is not in session.

Lets all be leaders with our kids.  Agawam Soccer will continue to support the kids during this time and lets all work together to get through this and be better for it after.

Thank You, 

Brian Regnier / President Agawam Soccer


by posted 03/01/2020
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