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Spring 2015 Taylor Bowley brought forth an initiative based on the thousands of plastic and aluminum cans that are used each season to add recycling to the EYSA soccer fields. The board approved this measure and with special thanks to Taylor Bowley, Episcopal Church of the Resurrection, and The City of Gadsden, EYSA now has 5 Recycling containers at our complex (4 main complex, 1 at track). Please do your part by putting all cans/bottles in the blue recycling containers. All other trash to be placed in the black trash cans.
|In Memory of Billy Martin |
(Father of Bill Martin, our DOC)
Billy Martin, who was one of the great coaches in EYSA, Gadsden, and the state of Alabama history passed away. He dedicated the past 25 years of his life to coaching, mentoring, and promoting the game of soccer to our youth of Etowah County. He coached kids of all age groups, boys, girls, high school, competitive, and recreational levels. He loved the game of soccer but mostly importantly he loved the kids.
However, even with Billy’s passing he will continue to give to the children of Etowah County. The Martin family has set up a Soccer Scholarship fund in Billy’s name. Please send your donation to:
Attn: Billy Martin Scholarship Fund
244 S 3rd Street
Gadsden, AL 35901
Our prayers and condolences are with The Martin family
This past weekend EYSA entered 4 teams in the Birmingham Bash and had a combined record of 11-3-1. The Puma 01 won the U-9 Gold Championship, The Lady Puma 00 was the Finalist in the U-10 Gold Division, losing to a Knoxville team 2-1 in overtime, and the Puma 00 won the U-10 Gold Championship
Congratulations to the players, coaches, and parents.
FREE LEE UNIVERSITY SOCCER CLINIC
APRIL 6th, 2009
EYSA would like to once again thank Coach Matt Yelton and his 2008 NAIA Women’s National Champion team for providing this free clinic to our kids. What a great success it was even if it was so cold. We had over 100 kids, boys and girls ages ranging from 5 to 16, from all over the area. Please visit Summer Camps Page for more information about Coach Matt Yelton’s Summer Camp. Below are some of the pictures from the clinic
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2008 ALABAMA STATE CHAMPION'S
for the most combined Fall 2008 Div II and Div III State
Champion’s in the entire state. Only two other clubs out of Huntsville
were able to match EYSA’s four State Champions.
The 7 teams that entered the State Cups had a
combined record of 14-5-1, with three teams
going undefeated. Our teams played against some
of the largest clubs in the state from
Birmingham, Montgomery, Tuscaloosa, Huntsville,
Madison, and more. EYSA continues to develop
some of the strongest soccer players in the
state. Congratulations to all the players and
coaches for this accomplishment.
Congratulations to Kelsey
Cain, Julia Ryle, Kendra Davis, Chloe Kennedy,
Kelly Muratta, Morgan Turner, Ashleigh Manuel,
Hillary Romero, Kendall Worman, Sharon
Osterbind, Allie Curl, Lakken Wood, Brooke Ann
Styke, and Hannah Dobbs. Coaches: Sam Cain and
Congratulations to Kylee
Berndt, Logan Black, Cameron Bowley, Rachael
Bowley, Allison Cohen, Jhamaya Cooper, Kinsleigh
Hamrick, Grace McClellan, and Jordyn Waldron.
Coaches: Rob Bowley and Mike McClellan
Congratulations to Grayson
Mead Davis, Will Dickson, Joshua Jones, Johnny
Kilgo, Christian Mondragon, Cole Patton, David
Rutledge, Andrew Smith, Ryan Sparks, and Ethan
Whitcomb. Coaches: Bill Martin, Dennis Davis,
and Dierick Sparks.
Congratulations to Savannah
Abercrombie, Hayden Caldwell, Shamayne Cooper,
Jessica Diggs, Megan Haller, Alexis Hamm, Jennah
Moore, Lynden Phillips, Drew Rhea, Madison
Watkins, and Audria Woods. Coaches: Bill Haller,
Hugh Hammer, and Stephen Woods. Team Manager:
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