Hot Shots Info

The Hot Shots Program

Hot Shots runs from September 7 to October 26, 2019. Sessions are held on Saturday mornings and consist of three time slots of about 1 hour each. Participants would be in one of those time slots at 8:30, 9:30, or 10:30 am and all sessions are held at Hydes Fields on field # 6 (see the directions tab for an aerial view and address).  Participants would be assigned to one of the small sided lined fields that are numbered 1-4 with white field paint. 

Hot Shots soccer is an entry level, clinic style program for boys and girls who have turned 4 by the start of our soccer season. Teams focus on ball handling skills and basic rules of soccer (kicking, passing, hands free, sidelines, overhead throws, positions). The first 3-4 weeks consist of skills and drills and progress to mini-games for the remainder of the season. 

We have engaged Coerver United to provide training for our young boys and girls this year.   To find out more about their traiing method used across the globe. <ore information is listed below or please follow this link:

Hot Shots continue to rely on the great volunteer "coaches"that signs up to be on field with the players. WITHOUT VOLUNTEER "coaches" teams can not be formed and the season will be delayed, and/or teams will be very large decreasing the amount of learning and fun for particiapnts. We strongly encourage you to consider volunteering upon registration. No soocer skills or knowledge is necessary. Just follow the lead of the Coerver Trainer. This enables us as a volunteer organization to have the program and enhance the experience of every participant.

You can direct your questions about Hot Shots to Robert McDavid,


Coerver United Training has provided an overview of a typical session.  Please review and let us know if you have questions:

Below is the Outline for the Coerver First Skills Program
1. Scrimmage - (8-10 Minutes)  The goal of this is for our young players to experience the game as soon as they get to training. Players are usually so excited to start that if you start with a scrimmage it allows them time to experience the game and burn some energy. It also allows time for those late arriving families to jump in and not miss skill work or instruction.
2. Skill Box: (10-15 Minutes) Players will learn control dribble (Turtle Dribble) and speed dribble (Cheetah Dribble). Players will be taught to dribble with their laces and outside of the foot. We will teach other skills like boxes and toe touches. The final piece will be the Coerver Move of the Day.
3. Fun Game: (5-8 Minutes) Game will be fun and encourage players to use the Coerver Move of the Day.
4. 1v1 Game: (5-8 Minutes) Game will be goal oriented and will encourage players to use Coerver Move of the Day.
5. Shooting: (5 Minutes) Focus on proper shooting technique. (Striking the ball with your laces, not your TOES!)
6. Scrimmage