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Cal South E-News | November 2012

November 16, 2012


Image taken at the 2012 Cal South TOPSoccer Fest in Placentia | Credit: Cal South

Welcome to the Cal South E-News for November 2012

Each monthly issue of Cal South E-News is loaded with free educational content broken into useful categories for parents, coaches, players and referees. Drop us a line and let us know how you like our newsletter. Enjoy!

Provided by CB3 Sports Performance Training
Training for Athleticism -- Focus on Speed, Agility and Quickness: In all sports, you need components of athleticism to perform. The degree to which you have this, as well as skill, will ultimately determine what sport you play and how well you can perform. Most athletes, their parents and/or coaches, express a desire to get faster. An understandable goal, but usually there is a misconception as to what this means...
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Provided by ScholarShare, California's 529 College Savings Plan
College Savings -- More Important Than Ever: As the cost of higher education continues to rise, college savings is more important now than ever. That is the reason that ScholarShare should be considered when thinking over how to budget for future college expenses. More inside...
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COACHING EDUCATION - Featured Lesson Plan
Provided by the Cal South Coaches Association | Created on SportSessionPlanner.com
Attacking - Two-Player Combination Play: A coaching education lesson plan presented by the Cal South Coaches Association. Five different scenarios involving sets of two players, with a concentration on passing and moving with the ball and testing learned skills during play...
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Provided by Cal South State Referee Committee
Ask Our Referees: Have a question regarding the Laws of the Game or about a confusing rule or call? Send an email to editor@calsouth.com and we will have a member of the Cal South State Referee Committee answer it for you. Here is this month's response...
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If you have any comments or questions, please send us an email at editor@calsouth.com. We look forward to hearing from you!