"WHERE YOU CAN CHOOSE YOUR TEAM AND COMPETE WITH YOUR FRIENDS!"
THANK YOU
RECREATIONAL COACHES!

We hope you and your teams have a fantastic fall season, and we appreciate all that you do. You provide the opportunity for THOUSANDS of kids to play the game each season.

Classics Eagles is always here to support you and your teams throughout the year.

Please take a moment to listen to Tony Earp's video message to all recreational teams and coaches.

tearp@classicseagles.com / 614.843.158
CLASSICS EAGLES DIRECTOR MESSAGE

"GROWTH AND CHANGE CAN BE FASTER AND EASIER IN FAILURE"

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"ASK THE DIRECTOR EVENT"
Thursday, 8/26 at 9 PM

Tony Earp, Classics Eagles Director will be hosting an Online Zoom Forum for parents to answer any questions about your child's soccer journey. After 15 plus years in youth soccer serving as a club coach, personal/small group training coach, high school coach, and club director, Tony has worked with many athletes over the years from the youngest age group to players at the professional level. He has published 100s of training videos and articles/posts to support player growth, coach development, and the parent understanding of the youth soccer environment.

If interested, email Tony Earp at tearp@classicseagles.com.
CLASSICS EAGLES TEAMS ARE STILL LOOKING FOR PLAYERS!

2008/2009 BOY GOALKEEPER
2011 GIRLS

IF INTERESTED E-MAIL TONY EARP - TEARP@CLASSICSEAGLES.COM
When I was in graduate school studying to be a teacher, classroom management monopolized much of the curriculum and the focus of study. From the beginning, our professors and teachers who worked with us said, “everything begins and ends with classroom management.” Meaning, no matter how skilled a teacher, how great the lesson plan, it did not matter if there was a lack of classroom management. From the moment the students step into the classroom to the end of the class, everything that happens is important. This is true for coaches. As teachers, in a bigger classroom and a different topic, the focus of “classroom management’ is just as critical. Without it, a training session will never reach its potential to impact the players’ learning and development.

Let’s take a look at how classroom management can be applied to your team’s training sessions: Read more!
FALL IS FOR SCORING GOALS
SIMPLE, INDIVIDUAL, HOME TRAINING ACTIVITIES FOR KIDS TO IMPROVE THE ABILITY TO CREATE SCORING CHANCES AND TO FINISH THEM.
PREP W/ BOTTOM OF FOOT ACROSS
FINISH FAR POST
PREP W/ BOTTOM OF FOOT AWAY
FINISH FAR POST
CONCUSSION RECOVERY AT YOUR PACE

Sport-related concussions (SRC) are traumatic brain injuries caused by a direct hit to the head or the brain hitting the inside of the skull during a sudden, violent movement of the head or neck. Medical organizations around the world continue to study the treatment of these injuries to gain a deeper understating of them, resulting in better care.  
 
Common signs of a concussion include a blank or vacant look on the face, memory loss, or confusion. Athletes commonly report having a headache, stating they “don’t feel right”, or experiencing dizziness.  
 
Click here to download an educational handout designed for parents and coaches to recognize the signs and symptoms of a concussion. If an athlete presents these symptoms, they should be removed from play and evaluated by a qualified healthcare provider.
 
Although concussion treatment includes removal from sports-related activities, complete rest from all sources of stimulation may slow the rate of recovery. The primary focus should be to limit activities that cause symptoms to increase, such as screen time, use of electronic devices, reading, or test-taking.  
 
Orthopedic ONE works closely with a network of physicians to evaluate and treat concussion symptoms. Click here to view Orthopedic ONE’s Concussion Care & Resources policy. You can reach a member of Orthopedic ONE’s Sports Medicine Team via our Sports Medicine Hotline or by visiting our athletic trainers onsite during their designated clinic hours.
 
The team at Orthopedic ONE will set up a time to promptly evaluate and address a suspected concussion. The plan includes daily tracking of signs and symptoms, and a step-by-step process to return to normal daily activities, school, and a gradual re-entry to athletic activities. Referral to other medical specialists may occur if symptoms are not improving or not responding as desired. 
 


Orthopedic ONE Clinic Hours:
 
  • Beginning August 9th: Mondays from 4:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m. at Liberty Park South with Chris Kent, PT, AT

  • No appointment is necessary. Walk-up injury checks are addressed on a first-come-first-served basis.
 
Please continue to utilize the Orthopedic ONE Sports Injury Hotline at 614-827-8210 for sports injury concerns requiring an immediate response.
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