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Juggling Club



Juggling is a very important part of any player's development.
While it is rare to take consecutive touches in the air during a game, the following are some of the many developmental benefits of juggling: 

- Balance, Eye/Foot Coordination, Core Strength 

- Touch and Ball Familiarity: Each touch helps the player learn the response of the ball. 

- Confidence and Style: Once the ball responds the way they want, they will add difficulty to the touches, increase their confidence, and add style to their game. 

- The Love of Spending Time With the Ball: As confidence and ability builds, players will look forward to spending time with the ball to try to break their juggle record and develop tricks through their personal creativity.

Spring 2017 
JUGGLING SCORES


Ajay Oji. 52 (07B Black)
Connor Schultze. 24 (07B Black)
Donovan Hassler. 14 (07B Black)
Kylie Dawson. 45 (06G Blue)
Selma Larbi. 26 (06G Blue)
Riley Gumm. 18 (06G Blue)
Carter Adams. 354 (06B Blue)
Justin Williams. 2,825 (05B Blue)
Patrick Berryman. 847 (05B Blue)
Danny Jankowski. 660 (05B Blue)
Eisa Hasan. 138 (05B Black)
Konrad Litwa. 122 (05B Black)
Jackson Tritt. 55 (05B Black)
Avery Newman. 1,273 (05G United)



Fall 2016
JUGGLING CLUB AGE GROUP CHAMPION'S
 

Chase Adams (U8) - 14
Grace Petrina (U9) - 10
Taylor Ahmadian (U10) - 310
Justin Williams (U11) - 2,225
Amaya Rojas (U12) - 345
Evan Weidner (U13) - 250
Natalio Rojas (U14) - 5,234
David Kuhn (U15) - 1,755 

         

 Each Juggling Club member will receive a bag tag identifying their current level!




Juggling Club Rules:


-Players U9 and Younger: May start the ball with their hands, but first touch must be with the foot. All touches with any part of their body besides their hands and arms can count towards overall score. Players must return to zero once the ball hits the ground.

- Players U10 and Older May only start the ball from the ground with their feet, and can only count touches with the feet. All other body parts (besides hands and arms) can be used to keep the ball off the ground, but only touches with the feet can count towards the overall juggling score. Players must return to zero once the ball hits the ground.

- HONOR SYSTEM: Players do not need an adult to count or be present.  Each player is responsible for accurately counting their number of touches on the ball.  Galaxy Directors will handle any discrepancies or disputes.
 

- Reporting: Once reaching a level of achievement, simply send an email including the players name, age, team, and overall score to Joe Taylor at jtgalaxysc@gmail.com.  Scores will be submitted to the player's coach for confirmation that they possess the ability to reach the score reported.


- Score Posting: Once the score is confirmed, the player and their score will be posted at GalaxySC.com at the level they have achieved. Updated juggling scores are posted at GalaxySC.com on a weekly basis. Age group and overall leaders will also be identified. At the end of each season the club leader will be identified with their picture and juggling score!

- Bag Tags and Prizes:  In addition to being identified on the Galaxy website, each Juggling Club member will receive a Galaxy SC Juggling Club Bag Tag (shown above).  These tags will reflect the most recent club level reached so that players can display their achievement with pride!  Juggling Club T-Shirts will be awarded to all age group and overall winners.

If you have any questions regarding the Galaxy SC Juggling Club please contact Joe Taylor at jtgalaxysc@gmail.com


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