CITY OF
WAYNESVILLE

Municipal Center
(573) 774-6171

Police
(573) 774-2414

 


 

Waynesville/Saint Robert
 
YOUTH SPORTS
 

Waynesville/Saint Robert "WSR" Youth Sports is a small, but rapidly growing intramural youth sports program that serves the Waynesville, Saint Robert, and Fort Leonard Wood communities. We strive to support Fair Play and Discipline and believe in promoting teamwork through healthy and engaging activities for local youth, while making a positive community impact.

WSR Youth Sports seeks to provide outdoor and indoor recreational experiences to inspire personal growth, community involvement, and enhanced awareness of good sportsmanship. The organization strives to facilitate activities that promote a positive lifestyle that reflects positive growth and development.

In order to keep costs down and encourage as many area youths as possible to stay active and healthy, we need your help! For more information, visit WSR Youth Sports Community Partner/Sponsorship Program.

Contact Us

Forms & Information

Athletes

Coaches

Procedures & Guidelines

Rules, Laws & Regulations

Practice Activities
 

 


CONTACT INFORMATION


Youth Sports Director:  Andy Cochran

Youth Sports Associate Coordinator:  Chris Wilson
 
Hours of Operation: 
8AM-12PM & 1PM-5PM, Monday thru Thursday / CLOSED Fridays, Weekends & Holidays
 

Address/Location: 
WSR Youth Sports
Waynesville Municipal Center
100 Tremont Center
Waynesville MO  65583


Phone:  (573) 774-6171 ext. 131
 

Email:  youthsports@waynesvillemo.org


Visit us on Facebook:  www.facebook.com/fairplayanddiscipline

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FORMS & INFORMATION

 

2018 Spring Registration CO-ED SOCCER

2018 Spring Registration CO-ED FLAG FOOTBALL

FY18 Program Calendar of Leagues and Events

WSR Youth Sports Scholarship - WSR Youth Sports provides need-based scholarship to several youth participants each year. Scholarships are provided on a first-come, first-served basis, and are not guaranteed. No more than four (4) scholarships will be awarded to any household in a calendar year.

WSR Youth Sports Community Partner/Sponsorship Program

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ATHLETES

 
Athlete Registration Form

Waiver of Liability, Medical Release, and Indemnification Agreement

Parent Code of Conduct

WSR Youth Sports Scholarship - WSR Youth Sports provides need-based scholarship to several youth participants each year. Scholarships are provided on a first-come, first-served basis, and are not guaranteed. No more than four (4) scholarships will be awarded to any household in a calendar year.

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COACHES


Head Coach & Assistant Coach Application Form

Coaches Code of Ethics

Coaching Requirements

All coaches, regardless of sport and age level, will be required to complete the proper background
screening through the Missouri State Highway Patrol's Missouri Automated Criminal History System (MACHS),
at
https://www.machs.mshp.dps.mo.gov/MocchWebInterface/home.html

All coaches who wish to participate in any sport at the age level of 5-14 years of age, must complete the
concussion and basic coaches training videos through the National Alliance for Youth Sports (NAYS),
at http://www.nays.org/


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PROCEDURES & GUIDELINES


Accident / Incident Reporting Form & Procedures

Inclement Weather Procedures & Guidelines

Weather Guidelines for Children

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RULES, LAWS & REGULATIONS


Ozark Mountain Soccer Federation Law Book - Spring Soccer

Mini-Kicker Soccer Rules (ages 3-4)

U6 Soccer Rules (age 5)

U8 Soccer Rules (ages 6-7)

U10 Soccer Rules (ages 8-9)

NFL Flag Football Official Rule Book

2017 Basketball Rules (ages 5-6)

2017 Basketball Rules (ages 7-8)     

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PRACTICE ACTIVITIES

 

Youth Soccer U6 & U8 Practice Activities

Youth Soccer U10 Practice Activities

Youth Soccer U12 Practice Activities

 





  


 
















 

 

 
     
 


The City of Waynesville, Missouri, is located in Pulaski County, Missouri, and is home to Fort Leonard Wood.  Historic Route 66 winds its way through downtown Waynesville, and the area near the Roubidoux Spring in Waynesville's Laughlin Park was used as a Cherokee encampment during the 1837-1839 Trail of Tears march.