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Parker Bulls Soccer Club
Sign up now for the popular British Soccer Camp!
2 Sessions: July 24-28 and July 31-August 4
Goodfellow Bros. Athletic Field, Parker School
and Information Event
July 29 | 8:00-10:00 a.m.
Goodfellow Bros. Inc. Athletic Field
at Parker Lower School
New and returning players must fill out the following forms which you can find in the links below.
- Player Information Form
- Player-Parent Promise
- Parent Code of Conduct
- NEW this year - HYSA Registration is online at www.bihysa.com. Click on Electronic Player Registration to create an online account, upload a headshot, and pay the annual membership fee. (Note: to determine your player’s age division required to register, view the age chart here.)
If your player can not attend the mandatory registration, please contact email@example.com to inquire about having him/her added to the roster.
The Parker Bulls Soccer Club (PBSC) was formed in 2011 to provide a player development program for youth soccer players in the Waimea community. The club is an extension of Parker School but is open to all players, regardless of their school affiliation. The club is looking for motivated players who aspire to improve both their individual skills and knowledge of the game as they progress through our program, which incorporates elements of the U.S. Soccer Federation’s Youth Development curriculum and a number of professional youth development programs.
PBSC competes in the Big Island Chapter of the Hawai’i Youth Soccer Association (BI-HYSA; www.bihysa.com). BI-HYSA offers seasons in the fall (September-November) and spring (January-May) each year. We currently offer teams in U8, U10, U12 and U14 age divisions.
ABOUT OUR STAFF
Billy Pleuss, Coaching Director: Parker School has been fortunate to have Billy Pleuss coaching the varsity soccer teams since 2011. He grew up in Georgia playing Olympic Development Soccer and attending the University of Georgia, where he majored in biology and played soccer for three years before being injured. He has 18 years of coaching experience, including the South Metro Lightning Club in Atlanta and as goal coach at McIntosh High School in Peachtree City, Georgia. In 2014, in addition to continuing to coach Parker varsity, Coach Pleuss is now working with the middle school soccer players to help them prepare for high school. He is a Parker School parent.
Cari Kapuniai, Coordinator: Coach Kapuniai has coached AYSO and HYSA since 2011. In that year she was named AYSO Coach of the Year. She started as a PBSC U10 coach and received her U.S. National Soccer “E” license that same year. She played soccer for Konawaena High School for four years. Her boys are Parker students and she enjoys watching them play. She also enjoys overseeing her family’s cattle ranch.
- Training Fee & Club Dues: $150
- Additional Sibling: $125
- HYSA Dues: $45 (via www.bihysa.com)
Sizing information will be taken at registration. A practice shirt will be distributed to each player once sizing is received. There will be more practice shirts available for purchase if desired. Uniforms will be purchased by players and can be used for multiple seasons. Uniforms are currently priced at $35. We strive to give you the best quality and price combined.
WE NEED COACHES FOR THE UPCOMING SEASON
If interested, please contact Director of Coaches Billy Pleus at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact PBSC Coordinator Cari Kapuniai with any questions at PBSC@parkerschoolhawaii.org.
hysa vs. ayso
HYSA vs. AYSO: By definition, all youth soccer is recreational, but when it comes to HYSA and AYSO, there are marked differences. AYSO is a fantastic organization, designed to provide a venue for kids to experience the game of soccer. HYSA is a much more involved experience, which requires a higher level of commitment from players and their families. Training sessions are designed to prepare our players and teams for the highly competitive environment found in league play. Both organizations have a lot to offer youth soccer players, so we encourage families to choose a program that best fits your level of interest.