Barrington Storm Soccer Club

Promoting soccer in Barrington, NH


Tryouts 2011, Day 1 Report

Posted by Robert Lemos on June 18, 2011 at 4:45 PM Comments comments (0)
First off, I would like to thank everyone who showed up at tryouts today -- it was a great success. The players showed great effort. 

First, the numbers: For the first day of our 2010 tryouts, we had 20 players show up. This year, we doubled that -- 40 players attended!

Here's the breakdown: 
  • U9 Storm - 15 players (Seven...
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Welcome to the 2011 Season of the Barrington Soccer Club

Posted by Robert Lemos on June 10, 2011 at 5:53 PM Comments comments (0)

Welcome Parents to the 2011 Season of the Barrington Soccer Club.

We are looking forward to a great fall season. In preparation, the BSC will be holding tryouts for our four teams and offering summer skills clinics, where kids can spend an evening learn specific soccer skills. More information on both programs can be found below.

Feel free to contact myself or other board members with suggestions, comments, and especially offers to volunteer. You can f...

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PLEASE READ: Message to Parents

Posted by Robert Lemos on July 28, 2010 at 7:03 PM Comments comments (0)

Welcome to the Barrington Soccer Club for the Fall 2010 season. I wanted to thank everyone for their participation in tryouts.

I would ask everyone to PLEASE READ THIS MESSAGE in its entirety. At the July 25 board meeting, we made several decisions that impact the parents and the teams, and I wanted to explain them to you. In addition, there is information we still need from many families to register your child with the league.

1. Schedule

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Barrington Storm Fall 2010 Teams (GSYSL)

Posted by Robert Lemos on July 20, 2010 at 9:35 PM Comments comments (0)

Thanks again for everyone that participated in tryouts.

We have decided to run four teams in the Granite State Youth Soccer League this year. We will run Boys U9, U10, and U12 teams and a Girls U10 team.

A few policy decisions:

1) We decided that we would only allow 7 and up to play, so 6 year olds were not considered for the teams.

2) We have one girl, and possibly another, in the U12 group that wanted to play, so we offered them spots on the ...

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