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Fall 2016 Final Results

Final Standings for Fall 2016 Season

 Boys U10 

1st Place - Team 29 - Sheryl Miller

2nd Place - Team 7 - Torry Kightlinger

3rd Place - Team 10 - Daniel Wolowicz

4th Place - Team 11 - Mike Moore
                                     Girls U10

1st Place - Team 23 - Tim Sebek

2nd Place - Team 8 - Chris Mendez

3rd Place - Team 7 - Jesse Galvan

4th Place - Team 16 - Alfred Kreil
Boys U12

1st Place - Team 10 - Tim Sebek

2nd Place - Team 2 - Ronald Lawson

3rd Place - Team 3 - Ken Bianchi

4th Place - Team 11 - Dan Cooper

 Girls U12

1st Place - Team 10 - Carly Simpson

2nd Place - Team 3 - Erika Escalante

3rd Place - Team 12 - Dave Laak

4th Place - Team 11 - Mike Hickerson
Boys U14

1st Place - Team 4 - Juan Martinez

2nd Place - Team 3 - Juan Hernandez

3rd Place - Team 7 - Victor Sargissian

4th Place - Team 5 - Ben Fischetti
 Girls U14 (Inter-Region)

4th Place - Team 39E - Thomas Even

9th Place - Team 39A - Tony Harber

11th Place - Team 39C - Victor Ramirez

13th Place - Team 39D - Heather Calles

14th Place - Team 39B - Alex Hutchison
 Boys U16/19 (Inter-Region)

2nd Place - Team 39A - Jose Galvan

4th Place - Team 39C - Ramon De La Rosa

5th Place - Team 39E - Angie Brooks

9th Place - Team 39D - David Hemming

10th Place - Team 39B - Alyssa Dettloff

  Girls U16/19 (Inter-Region)

1st Place - Team 39B - Tricia McClain

2nd Place - Team 39C - Andrew Rorke

8th Place - Team 39A -Chris Ruffinelli

Teams highlighted in RED have advanced to Area 10W League Playoffs in Camarillo on November 19-20, 2016!!!

Parents & Volunteers

Become A Volunteer

AYSO is a volunteer-run organization. Coaches, referees and administrators are volunteers. Over 220,000 parents, neighbors, relatives and friends lend their time and talents so that each child gets a terrific AYSO experience.

AYSO's volunteer foundation ensures that it's all about what's good for kids. It also makes AYSO very affordable. AYSO operates in a business manner, but volunteers ensure its "profits" are happy, healthy kids playing a sport they can enjoy for life.

AYSO has developed special training that helps parents who may have little or no soccer experience quickly gain the age-appropriate knowledge and skills they need to be effective coaches and referees. It also has unique administrative and management training. This ensures that each community program:

·         Abides by the AYSO philosophies

·         Offers a great AYSO experience

·         Continues to grow, offering the AYSO opportunity to more children

It only takes a few hours to become qualified as an introductory-level coach or referee. But if you're not able to commit even that much time, there are many small jobs you can help with. Even a couple of hours each season are an important contribution to your team and Region!

AYSO training doesn't stop as long as you're having fun. Referees, coaches and administrators have clinics, workshops and other advanced training available to advance their skills.

The most important thing at AYSO is not the ball or the game or the outcome of the game - it's the kids. Every precaution is taken to ensure their safety. Volunteers receive similar consideration. The Child and Volunteer Protection Advocate (CVPA) maintains the requirements of AYSO's Safe Haven™ program through performing volunteer screening, serving as a resource to  the region's members on the requirements for reporting suspected child abuse  and by  reviewing child protection and  supervision responsibilities with all key volunteers.

How does AYSO protect its volunteers and athletes?

Safe Haven™ 

Safe Haven is a program designed to address a growing need for child and volunteer protection. There are four elements in the Safe Haven™ intervention cycle: Create Policies, Screen Volunteers, Train Volunteers, and Promote Education and Awareness. These are intended to stop child abuse and its agents before they get into the program.

The Volunteer Protection Act of 1997

This law grants immunity from certain types of prosecution for volunteers who meet its requirements. In order to receive full protection under the law, AYSO volunteers need must: 1. be properly trained and certified; 2. be performing duties as laid out in a position description; 3. act within the scope of AYSO's Policies, Procedures, and Guidelines.

AYSO Certification 

AYSO's goal is to provide training and certification for all its volunteers. Certification offers the hope that every AYSO child will be treated with understanding, compassion, and respect. 

How to Volunteer in Region 39

All Volunteers interested in helping out Ventura Region 39 must have completed these 3 requirements:

Complete a Volunteer form

You can create your volunteer form online by going to

Watch the video below on how to properly fill out the form:

After you have completed filling out your volunteer form, please print out the certificate of completion and you will also receive an AYSO Identification number.  You will need this number to take your Safe Haven and CDC Concussion Training. 

Take the Safe Haven and CDC Concussion Training

All Volunteers MUST complete the Safe Haven and CDC Concussion Training.  Go to to take the course.

Watch the video below on how to get to the training courses:

After you have completed both the Safe Haven and CDC Concussion trainings, make sure to print out the certificates of completion for your files.  The trainings will automatically be added to your certifications in your eayso file.  

Take the required training course for your job description

AYSO has training for almost every job description we offer.  Please get in contact with the appropriate board member to determine what training you need to take in order to be qualified for the job position you signed up for!

Thanks for Being a Region 39 Volunteer!

Feel free to contact with any questions or assistance you may need at [email protected]