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U11Boys Black Attack

Posted by Pewaukee Sussex United at Sep 29, 2015 8:16PM PDT ( 0 Comments )
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U11 Boys Black team took 2nd Place in the New Berlin Fall Classic Tournament

Micros! Our youngest footballers

Posted by Pewaukee Sussex United at Sep 29, 2015 8:13PM PDT ( 0 Comments )
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Micros! Our youngest footballers, aged 4-5, receive instruction before drill work at practice. Our experienced U5/6 Staff practice with teams 2x/week for an hour with the support of volunteer coaches. Learning curriculum is supplemented with frequent ‘just play’ games in a 3v3 format with no goal keeper

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Amy has been a select coach with Pewaukee Sussex United the past 4 years, and was a player at UW Oshkosh. She currently coaches U13G Red.

This past Sunday, I participated in Ironman Wisconsin. This is a long-distance triathlon that starts with a 2.4 mile swim, followed by a 112-mile bike ride and you finish with a marathon, 26.2 mile run. I completed the race in 12 hours and 36 minutes which was 54 minutes faster than my goal time! I could not have asked for a better day, Lake Monona was calm, it was sunny and just a bit of wind and the support from fans on the course was amazing. I had a great support crew that included my entire family and my best friends who spent all day on the course, finding me and cheering me on in all different places.

I had been training for this event for the past 8 months. Most of my training was swimming, biking and running but I also included core workouts, weights and Crossfit to mix things up. I spent most of my training biking and swimming with guys who are faster and better than me. Biking is my weakest leg of the race and I knew if I wanted to be successful, I would have to get out of my comfort zone and challenge myself to get better. There were many times when I spent 3-4 hours chasing the guys up and down the hills of Lake Country and asking myself why did I sign up for the Ironman!! But the only way to get better is to work hard and be willing to learn from others. It was great to see improvement over this training period and to see the results in the race but I have a long way to go. I want to get better and after a break from the bike, am going to be putting more time and effort to improve my speed, power and endurance. This mentality can be applied to all aspects of life, including soccer. If you want to get better you have to be willing to put in the time and effort to see improvement. You have to be able to listen to coaches and apply what they teach you. You have to be willing to play with players who are better than you and against teams that are better than yours. But most of all you have to have to find that desire and passion within you. Parents, coaches, teachers, teammates and friends cannot have that desire for you; as an athlete, a player, or a teammate you have to want to improve in order to see improvement._
p=. Congratulations Amy!

PSU Goes Green @ HYC

Posted by Pewaukee Sussex United at Sep 9, 2015 7:49PM PDT ( 0 Comments )
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The Halquist Youth Complex fields have gone green. HYC will have 2 full size fields, 3 U10 size fields, and 2 softball diamonds. HYC is located just south of Hamilton High School, with entry and more than 140 parking spaces on Town Line Rd. Fields are planned to be game ready for the fall of 2016.

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PSU U8 to U10 academy program teams recently competed their first set of games against other local clubs at the Mega Play Date held August 29-30 at Wales Soccer Complex. The new Mega Play format went smoothly, and across our program, players and teams did well, showing many of the skills they have been working on in practices.