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Toiyabe League

soccer playersArea 2F Toiyabe Interregional play follows AYSO’s Secondary (Select) program guidelines. It follows the Fall primary season and is for the U10 and up divisions. There are some differences between the two programs. In the Fall Primary season, there are no tryouts and all players are randomly placed on balanced teams based on their current rating (if available) provided there are enough certified coaches. The number of teams is determined by the number of players and certified coaches available.

The Toiyabe program is an opportunity for players to improve their skills in a more competitive but still recreational environment.  The number of teams that will be formed in each division varies from year to year. As a rule, there is typically one Toiyabe team for every six to eight Fall program teams in each division. Coaches are selected to participate based on a higher criteria than used in the primary season. Ideally a coach should to be age-certified one level higher than the age division they are coaching. The coach should have an exemplary record of supporting all of the AYSO philosophies and be in good standing with their Region.

Toiyabe is for enthusiastic and motivated players. To be eligible for the Toiyabe program, a player must have played in the prior Fall primary program and must have participated in at least 50% of their fall team games. They may only participate in the same division that they participated in during the Fall program.

For the purposes of player development, a player is expected to regularly attend training sessions and games. Players submit applications for the Toiyabe season and/or attend a tryout(s).

A higher level of commitment is also expected from both the players AND the parents. Toiyabe teams will travel more than fall teams, as the region could play teams from  Bishop, Carson City, Carson Valley, Incline Village, North and South Lake Tahoe, Mammoth, Smith Valley and Truckee (and possibly others - this may vary from year to year).  Parents are also expected to participate in the program in some manner, whether it is in Toiyabe organization, the running of the Toiyabe program (as a coach, referee, team parent, fund raising, tournament assistance, etc.) or be a volunteer for their Region in some other position.

After players are drafted and teams, training sessions typically start in March with the games starting the first week of April. Games continue to mid-May and are followed by a Toiyabe tournament typically held the first weekend in June.

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