Colleen Kennedy, 21, is a 2011 Woodland Hills Graduate and former soccer player who is bravely fighting brain and spinal cancer.
Her father, Mike, coached the Woodland Hills Girls’ Soccer team for several years before retiring in 2011.
Please join the Woodland Hills High School Girls Soccer Team as they host the:
Kick’n It For Colleen Game!
Wednesday, September 17, 2014 – 7:30 PM
At the Woodland Hills Wolverarena
ALL PROCEEDS from the evening (50/50 raffles, Concession Stand, basket raffles, etc.) benefit Colleen and the Kennedy family.
Admission to the event is free, but former teammates and classmates will be collecting for the family at the gate.
Please join us in support of this member of the Woodland Hills Soccer family.
If you’re unable to attend the game, you can still contribute by clicking one of the links below:
U6, U8, and U10 games start Saturday, September 6th.
Have a great Labor Day Weekend!
1st row – Maya Lapp, Erin Huang, Nicole Welsh, Athena Velazquez, Meghan Watson
2nd row – Grace Belmonte, Sarah Letson, Mary Nicole Gentile, Jess Burch, Riza Swartz, Milan Harris, Samantha Edinger, Ali Rossey, Emily Scifo, Megan Dague
This past weekend the Woodland Hills U-18 Girls Team took second place at the PA State Open Tournament in Edinboro, PA.
They finished group play by going 2-0-1, beating Millcreek Soccer Association 5-0, Norwin 4-0, and then drawing with Brookline 0-0.
In the finals, they battled from a 2 goal deficit to tie the game before Brookline was given a penalty kick, which they converted to win 3-2.
The girls played some great soccer and battled hard to finish as the runners up. Congrats team!
A great day for a picnic
Board President making hot dogs
… while other board members worked the registration desk
The Riverhounds showed up to take part in the festivities…
… and take on some future WHYSA stars
Look at all the desserts
Thanks to everyone that attended!
June 7, 2014
11:00 am to 2:00 pm
Forest Hills Main Park
Ardmore Blvd, Forest Hills
Woodland Hills Youth Soccer Cordially Invites You and Your Family to Our Annual Spring Picnic. Festivities include:
Have jerseys or soccer shoes that your kids have outgrown? Bring them to the picnic and drop them at the jersey swap.
Need a larger jersey or bigger shoes? Look for them at the jersey swap.
Everything is free and on a first come, first served basis.
Scarf Sale! Due to high demand we have a limited number of Woodland Hills Soccer Scarves leftover from our winter fundraiser. We’ll be selling the remaining scarves on a first come, first served bases for $15 each. Don’t miss out because once these are gone, they’re gone.
- End of year awards for the kids
Free Food! Hot dogs and drinks will be provided. If your last name begins with one of the letters below, we ask that you bring along:
- A-G: Bring an appetizer
- H-P: Bring a dessert
- Q-Z: Bring a salad
Please plan on joining us for fun with family and friends. See you there!
The Woodland Hills Soccer Association is proud to announce a partnership with the Pittsburgh Riverhounds to host a summer soccer camp for area kids!
July 29th – August 1st, 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Forest Hills Park
Come join us along with coaches and players from the Pittsburgh Riverhounds as we host our first soccer summer camp. The camp is open to children between the ages of 3 and 13 and will give the kids an opportunity to learn from and play with the pros!
All participants will receive:
- A size 4 soccer ball
- A Pittsburgh Riverhounds Summer Community Camp T-Shirt
- Hands on Training by the Pros!
How to Register
Kids aged 3-6 cost $135 and kids aged 7-13 cost $150 (the older kids get an extra hour of practice each day).
Register before May 31st and you’ll save $10.
To register, click the button below and complete the registration online through the Riverhounds website. When asked which camp you’re signing up for, be sure to choose “Woodland Hills”.
Hopefully we’ll see you this summer with the Riverhounds!
Woodland Hills Soccer is pleased to announce that we have arranged Neurocognitive (Concussion) Baseline Testing with UPMC Sports Concussion Program at CCAC Boyce Campus on Saturday Mach 15. We hope that you will take this opportunity to have your student athlete baseline tested.
What is Neurocognitive Baseline Concussion Testing?
- The ImPACT® neurocognitive baseline test is a computer-based test that establishes a benchmark score when an athlete is in his or her non-concussed or “normal” state.
- The program known as ImPACT® (Immediate Post-Concussion Assessment and Cognitive Testing), checks neurocognitive function through working memory, visual memory, verbal memory, attention, reaction time, mental speed and processing speed.
- The ImPACT® neurocognitive baseline test DOES NOT evaluate the athlete for a concussion, identify past concussion(s), prevent future concussions or determine if the athlete is predisposed to a concussion.
- The results of the ImPACT® neurocognitive baseline test become part of a comprehensive clinical evaluation to determine the severity and the required medical treatment for the student athlete, should a concussion occur.
Who is eligible to participate? What is the cost?
- To participate, you must be at least 10-years-old on the day of the testing.
- Any Woodland Hills Soccer Athlete or their family member may participate.
- The participant must not have had a concussion in the last 30 days.
- The cost to participate is FREE thanks to the Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation.
- AN ONLINE REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR EACH INDIVIDUAL TESTING
For more information, and to register to participate, click here!
For the first time ever, the Woodland Hills Soccer Association will be offering league scarves as a fundraiser for club activities.
Scarves are being sold for $15 each, and must be preordered by clicking the link below. Orders will only be accepted until midnight on Friday, January 17th, so get those orders in!
Thanks again for supporting the Woodland Hills Youth Soccer Association!
For the first time since 2007, the Woodland Hills Soccer Association are Leggett Cup Champions!
The Under-14 Boys team with their trophies
…AND the Under-12 Boys with THIER trophies! This is the first time that Woodland Hills won the tournament in two different age groups.
The Under-14 team played at Loyalhanna Soccer Club in Latrobe, PA. They won the tournament by beating Plum 7-3 in the semifinals, and then defeating hosts Loyalhanna 5-4 in the finals.
The Under-12 team beat Scottdale 9-2 in the semifinals, before cruising to an 8-1 victory against Plum to claim the championship.
Woodland Hills hosted the Under-12 tournament for the first time since 2006. Games were held at the Westinghouse Recreation Center and Wilkins Elementary School.
Congratulations to all of the players, coaches, and volunteers for a great tournament.
The Woodland Hills Boys and Girls High School Soccer Teams will be playing in “prime time” under the lights at the Wolvarena!
Monday, September 30th the girls team will take on Taylor Allderdice at 7:30 PM.
Monday, October 7th is the Annual Senior Night where we recognize the seniors for their time and effort within the association. The festivities will kickoff with the girls game at 6 PM, which will be followed by a ceremony for the girls and boys. After that, the boys team will take the field to wrap up an enjoyable evening of soccer.
Admission to the games is free for any Woodland Hills Soccer Association player (and their parents) as long as they wear their soccer jersey to the game.
Come on out and support the teams and show everyone how much soccer means to the community!
More information on the Wolvarena can be found here.