2021 registration is open for the Winston-Salem Stealers 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th grade teams. These teams will play at a more competitive level than our Teach The Game program. The Teach The Game program is more developmental though the team will play in tournaments.
The Stealers’ spring season runs from late February – late May and the teams will play in 6-8 tournaments (typically twice a month).
Tryouts will be held in late February to separate the teams. The dates and times are as follows:
- Sunday, February 14th from 2:00-3:15 for 3rd/4th grades.
- Sunday, February 14th from 3:15-4:30 for 5th/6th grades.
A second tryout day to be posted soon.
The teams will use the practice schedule below:
- 3rd/4th Grade: TBA
- 5th/6th Grade: TBA
The cost is $200.00. Practices will be held at the Maddawg Center located at 900 East Mountain Street in Kernersville (27284).
FAQ’s (Frequently Asked Questions):
- How many girls are you allowing to register per age / grade? Answer: twenty-two (22) per grade.
- How will the teams be separated (by skill or by grade)? Answer: To be determined during tryouts.
- What if my daughter plays another sport and it conflicts with practice? Answer: Our organization has always had the philosophy of encouraging girls to play as many sports as possible when they are young. It is the players responsibility to keep up if they miss. We do not write plays down (long-standing program rule).
- Does my daughter need to attend both days of tryouts? Answer: Yes, if she is able to. The reason being is that the first day most are usually nervous and the second day they feel a lot more comfortable.
- What if my daughter misses one of the two days of tryouts? Answer: Just let Coach R know ahead of time. She will not be penalized for missing a day of tryouts.
- Who is coaching the team(s)? Answer: Coach R is head coaching the team(s). This is our program’s 25th Anniversary and Coach R has returned to the sideline. Coach R will have assistant coaches (preferably no parents) so that if a scheduling conflict arises such as two of the teams playing at the same time, the game(s) will be covered.
- What is the difference between the Winston-Salem Stealers program and the Teach The Game program? Answer: Teach The Game is more skill and fundamental based geared to the individual improvement of each participant. The TTG program doesn’t play as many games / tournaments as the Winston-Salem Stealers. The Stealers play in more tournaments and are more team-focused than individual skills and fundamentals. Learn more about the Teach The Game program HERE.
- Caroline Davis
- Olivia Williams
- Ellah Gonzalez
- London Mann