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Penn Hills Soccer Association opens registration

Dillon Carr
| Tuesday, July 10, 2018, 5:15 p.m.
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Registration is open for the Penn Hills Soccer Association fall and spring seasons.

Children aged 4 to 14 can join “In-House League” teams in Under 6, Under 8, Under 10, Under 12 and Under 13 categories. The “All-Star” league is divided into Under 10 through Under 19 categories.

Natasha Edwards, of Monroeville, coaches an In-House team and serves on PHSA’s board. She said the organization is also seeking coaches for the upcoming seasons.

“Last year I had 16 kids on my team,” she said. “It was tough getting them all equal playing time. So the more (coaches) the merrier.”

Each team will play eight games starting the first week of September through the first week of November. The spring season, also eight games, starts up again the first week of April and lasts through the first week of June, according to PHSA’s website.

The PHSA sponsors an awards ceremony after the spring season each year.

The In-House League will play its games at Universal Memorial Park at 1 Memorial Lane in Penn Hills. The All-Star league will play games at Universal Park or Turner Friendship Park at 1340 Hunter Road.

Registration, which closes Sept. 1, costs $110 for a family’s first child to play both fall and spring seasons and $80 for each additional child. Families can choose to pay for one season for $60. The fee includes a team shirt, shorts and socks.

Visit to register.

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