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[ 5.13.2019 - 11:52AM ]  
Spring Recreation Tournament Results

U11/12 Boys Champion – Real Madrid
U11/12 Girls Champion – Alianza

Congratulations Real Madrid – DSL U11/12 Boys Champions

U10 Boys Champion – Dynamo
U10 Girls Champion – Fire

Full display of game scores

MSSA Tournament Co-Rec Black Div. Finalist – Dublin Fire
MSSA Tournament Co-Rec Blue Div. Finalist – Dublin Impact

MOSSL U9-12 Tournament

DSX U11 Girls Green – Gold Division Champions
DSX U11 Boys Strikers – Gold Division Finalists

Congratulations to the Growling Bunnies – MOSSL U10 Gold Division Finalists

[ 5.06.2019 - 11:27AM ]  
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[ 3.28.2019 - 3:30PM ]  
Coyote Activity Observed at Darree Fields

Orange restraint fencing has been placed along the northern boundary of Darree Fields Park along fields five and six including the area beneath the power lines to indicate where Coyotes have recently been observed.
Dog walkers are advised to avoid Darree Fields Park until further notice, as coyotes have been spotted in the area and have even approached dogs. Signs are being posted to this effect, and the area where coyotes have been observed to be denning. Nando’s Dog Park in Darree Fields is a great alternative during this time. 

For more tips on what to do if you encounter a coyote, visit:

[ 3.29.2016 - 2:02PM ]  
Heading the Ball Prohibited Under-12 in DSL

Intentional, deliberate, heading the ball during games or practices by players in U-12 recreation programs and younger is prohibited by the DSL, in accordance with US Soccer/US Youth Soccer recommendations and/or requirements.
During DSL games, an intentional or deliberate header will be treated as a dangerous play foul. Referees will award an IFK (Indirect Free Kick) to the opposing team of a player committing the foul. If the referee determines that players from both teams equally created the foul, a drop ball will be performed.
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Goal safety: Please remind your soccer player that they should NEVER climb on or hang from the goals.