General Movement Exercise
This general movement should be done everyday to enhance the player
coordination and every muscle memory.
Ball Mastery Ball Mastery should be practiced everyday. The more comfortable
with the ball, the happier the player. The player will be able to
express themselves on the field more freely and have more success.
Field Current Status
Welcome to SYSC... Snohomish Youth Soccer
Club (SYSC) is one of the region's fastest-growing soccer clubs. Check out
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players, families and even some of the world's top professional coaches
flocking to the Snohomish Youth Soccer Club.
Thank You On behalf of Snohomish Youth
Soccer I would like to thank Amy Mikulsky and all of the volunteers for
doing such a great job with the auction this year. You all did a
fantastic job and put in countless hours of hard word to make sure the
auction was a success. Without all of your help this event would not
have been possible. Thank you very much!
Snohomish Youth Soccer Club
Congratulations to Linda Kautz the recipient of the Marv Hoover award.
Marvin Ray Hoover Remembered Marvin Ray Hoover of
Snohomish, a retired Boeing manager, died November, 22nd, 2013 of
natural causes in Everett, WA. He was 77.
Marv was born in Conrad, MT
July 25th, 1936 to Ray and Gladys Hoover. He is survived by his
brother Eugene (Charlene) Hoover of Sacramento, CA, and Sister
Shirley Sanders of Conrad, MT. He was raised on a farm northeast
of Conrad and was an active member of the FFA. He loved
everything about harvest and farming and enjoyed returning to
graduating from Conrad High School in 1955 he met his future
bride Geraldine (Gerry) Miller in Grand Forks, ND while both of
them were working for Boeing on the Minuteman Program. They
married 6 months later in a snow storm on November 20th, 1965
and honeymooned on the farm in Conrad. They just celebrated
their 48th anniversary 2 days before he passed.
Shortly after they moved to
Snohomish Washington and he continued working for Boeing in
Everett as a Change Management Executive. He continued his
education at Everett Community College and got his Associates
He retired in 1995 after about
37 years of service and awarded the Golden Handshake.
He was a soccer coach and
founding member of the Snohomish Youth Soccer Club (SYSC)
donating hundreds of hours of time and equipment to support the
club. He loved the kids he coached and many have honored him
over the years as a role model in their lives. In 2010 he was
given the Marvin Hoover Founders Award in honor of all that he
has done for the Soccer Community in Snohomish. This award will
continue to be given to other deserving volunteers yearly.
All who knew Marv will remember
his smile and him calling you “Lucky”. When he asked how you
were doing and you answered “Fine”, he would always say, “Well
you are doing better than fine you are doing Great! You woke up
this morning didn’t you?” He would always give you a strong
handshake and kind words.
Marv is survived by his wife,
Gerry; two sons, Randy Hoover, of Everett, WA, and Lance (Kari)
Hoover, of Shelby, MT; his grandchildren Carlos Maximiliano
Videla (19), Gabriella Hoover (9), Brynn Hoover (19), Avery
Hoover (11), and Emersyn Hoover (8); his nephew Eric Sanders of
Seatte, WA, and niece Tammy Minderman of Omaha, NE. He was
preceded in death by his nephew Brent Reichelt (3), Sister
Sharron Hoover Minderman (27), parents Ray and Gladys Hoover.
At the request of the family, no funeral
service will be held. Donations in Marvin Hoover’s name can be made to
the Snohomish Youth Soccer Club at 27 Pine Ave Snohomish, WA 98290; or
to Providence Hospice.
A big congratulations to the winner of the 2013 Honda Fit, Rachel Burke
parent from Dan Pingrey GU13 team.
Congratulations to Jayden Dizard she is
the winner of the custom cleats for selling the most raffle tickets.
Congratulations to Brent Aune’s BU16 team
they are the winners of the team pizza party as they sold the most
tickets as a team.
Looking For A Challenge? If you have a younger player that
is looking for more of a challenge than our Recreational program can
offer than our Academy program is for you. We are currently seeking
player U6-U9 for this advanced program.
Academy Program Spring soccer registration for
our Academy program is now open. The Academy Program is for 6-8 year
olds and any 9 year olds with a birthday after July 31st. Spring Academy
training will start towards the end of January. Cost for Spring Academy
is $350 minus any previously paid registration fees towards SYSC
recreational soccer. All fees must be paid in full upon registration.
Spring training for Academy starts in January with approximately two
trainings a week. Games will begin in February and end in April, exact
days and times have not yet been scheduled. All training sessions will
be held at one of our designated Snohomish sites. Please contact the
office (360 568-2577) if you are interested in registering or email
United Program We also have spots available on
our Snohomish United boys and girls U10 and U11 teams. All registration
and coaching and education fees will be prorated for spring. If you are
interested in registering please contact the office as well.
If you have any specific questions on any of our programs at Snohomish
Youth Soccer please give me a call.