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Updated 10/25

The fall season is done. Registration and player check-in for spring is done in February.

Spring Season
Our core rec outdoor program continues this spring. The same teams from fall, play again in spring, no added cost & no re-registering.
In February we open up new player registration and check-in with all players and volunteers from fall. Some team members from fall might drop from the team, so new registrants will fill the team openings or we will create new teams.
In February we also look at opportunities to balance teams, some players could change teams or move divisions at the cost of a new uniform.
Team Equipment: Coaches Please keep team equipment and store it for the winter in a dry place. Return any excess items to the info shed.
February Registration for Spring Outdoor:
Core Season Info Page:

COVID-19 Notes - 10/25/21

IMPORTANT: If you, a family member, or player is sick DO NOT COME TO THE ACTIVITY. A parent, guardian, or releaser must confirm with the player, before joining the activity, that the player does not have and/or had not had that day: a fever of 100.4°F or greater, a new cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, odd chills, odd muscle pain/aches, a sore throat, a headache, fatigue, odd congestion, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and a new loss of taste or smell. You do not need to notify your coach that they are okay to play; we assume you will follow the first sentence and not come to the activity.

Per OHA: Face coverings are required outside if you cannot distance 6ft, an exception was included for persons playing or practicing competitive sports. Players are not required to wear a mask outdoors when practicing or playing a competitive sport at any level. Players not actively participating (i.e., on the sideline during a competition, etc.) are required to wear a mask if they cannot distance from other players.

  • C1> Players should bring face coverings.
  • C2> Coaches should apply the helicopter principle whenever players are standing or sitting...
    Helicopter Principle: Players must always have clearance to swing their arms around and not hit any other hands in the area. Helicopters, prepare for takeoff, blade clearance check.
  • C3> !!! Coaches, if a parent requires their player to wear a face covering, you must enforce it at ALL TIMES. Like any other medical equipment, you ensure the player keeps it on. The coach's roster email should have that detail (parent indicates it on the release), but coaches should follow up if the player arrives in a face covering.
  • C4> Coaches need to have face coverings with them, and should use them when in close proximity to players.
  • C5> Referees are not required to wear face coverings, but should keep distance from players as much as possible.

Any family with a member that has tested positive for COVID-19 should notify the team coach and safety (here). An AYSO volunteer will reach out to the Local Health Authority (LHA: 541-766-6120) for further guidance in each positive event. The family is not to participate until guidance has been provided by the LHA.

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Oct 30 - 08:30AM
5-A-Side Jamboree Day
Nov 02 - 04:10PM
Indoor Soccer S1 Starts
Nov 06 - 08:00AM
9U-13U Area Tournament
Jan 31 - 04:10PM
Indoor Soccer S2 Starts
Feb 01
Spring Season Registration Starts
Apr 02 - 08:00AM
First Spring Game Day