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We are starting earlier this year do to the increased number of teams, and the lack of lighted playing fields, this complex was the only one available to us.   

LOCATION CHANGE:

Southeast Baseball Complex located at 4301 Osage St Amarillo TX.

We will open the gates at 1:45 pm for coaches and teams to come in and set up. You will only be able to set up your team tents in the warm up alleyways. We will be playing in the outfields on each field. DO NOT SET UP ANY TENT ON THE INFIELD DIRT.

We will take a break from all the games from 7-8pm to have our Tent-O-Treat.   

Judges will be walking around during this time please don't look them in the eye because I have been told they might turn you into stone.

Please have all your goblins, zombies, or little creatures back at your tent by 730 if you are going to be trying to win the coveted Best Costume or Best tent Prize.

We have added a second place in both categories just so that the tournament director won't lose any fingers to any hard-working moms, dads, or any lucky person that was allowed to help out.

FACE MASK & Social Distancing

Highly Encouraged

Don't forget your Mask!

#helpstopthespread

 

Amarillo Soccer Association Game Day

COVID-19 Guidance

Everything outlined below is strongly encouraged. These safety procedures are recommended by the State of Texas and the Amarillo Health Authority. Help us keep everyone safe while we enjoy watching our kids play soccer.

  1. If you are sick (player, parents, family) stay home. It is not worth getting others sick. Let’s be safe.
  2. Social Distancing (minimum 6 feet) between family groups (single household), Mask are required unless playing.
  3. We encourage that each family limit the number of spectators who come to the game. We all want our whole family to be at each game, but it will help with social distancing if there are fewer people in the sideline.
  4. We will be having teams on opposite sides of the field and we expect spectators to do the same. We will also have teams and parents on separate halves of the field. Coaches please make sure this happens.
  5. Absolutely NO handshakes, high fives, and post-game tunnels. Have your team celebrate without contact with the other team by clapping as a team. Coaches, remember that parents will want to do a tunnel after the game, remind them that we aren’t doing that anymore. Coaches refrain from handshakes!
  6. Once the game is complete, leave the field area while maintaining social distancing.

We can only keep all players and spectators safe with your cooperation. We also don’t want to give the city a reason to shut down the season because we are being unsafe. Thank you.

 

 

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Dr. Parker is very involved in the local community; he is the Sports Medicine team physician for West Texas A&M University athletics as well as Eastern New Mexico University athletics, the Amarillo Venom and the Amarillo Bulls.

Dr. Parker is married to Chelsie Parker and they have 4 children. When he is not working, he enjoys spending his personal time with his family, travelling, playing soccer and reading.