This is the Official Website for Taylorsville High School Men's & Women's Soccer. This is our main source of communication for players, family and friends. All policies, schedules, updates and new information pertaining to THS Men's & Women's Soccer can be found here.
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 2, 2021
VARSITY @ 3:30PM
JV @ 5:15PM
Every athlete for the 2020-2021 school year needs to get a physical and it must be completed before they can play in any games. Please make sure to schedule your physical sooner, rather then later. This can be done anytime before the season starts, and we would prefer you have one before tryouts. The only way you don't need a physical for the soccer team is if you played a sport already this school year.
Please reach out to George or McCall if you have any questions about this.
Eligibility to Tryout:
UHSAA requires that a student obtain a minimum grade point average of a 2.0 GPA in the second and third quarters of that school year. Students cannot have more then one F in a preceding grading period. If you have participated in any sport at another high school last year, or this year, you cannot participate in the 2013 Mens Soccer team, unless obtaining a transfer hardship release from UHSAA. If you have participated in another school's sports please feel free to contact the head coach for more information on obtaining the release form. You can also contact the athletic directors at Taylorsville High School.
Utah High School Activities Association Transfer Rules:
A. Any student transferring from one high school to another shall lose eligibility for participation in Association sponsored athletic activities (including varsity, junior varsity, sophomore and freshman) for twelve months from the first day of attendance at the new school.
B. The Association has the discretion, but not the requirement, to waive all or part of the ineligibility based on evidence of hardship presented to the Association. For the purposes of this By-Law, “hardship” shall be defined as an unforeseeable, unavoidable, and uncorrectable act, condition, or event, which causes the imposition of a severe and non-athletic burden upon the student and/or his/her family.
C. An affected student may request a waiver from the Association. Any student making such a request shall provide such documentation related to the claimed hardship as the Association may require.
D. The following are examples of hardships. While all requests will be considered on the facts presented in the request, these examples are intended to describe the types of situations which meet the definition of hardship:
1. Death, the result of which requires a surviving student to change schools.
2. Divorce, the result of which requires a student to change schools.
3. Bona fide change in residence.
McCall Sirstins (Men's)
McCall Sirstins (Women's)