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1 Duluth Soccer Booster Club Duluth High School
P.O Box 824 Duluth, Georgia Web: Duluth High School 3737 Brock Road Duluth, Georgia 30096

2 Our Mission to create a positive and competitive environment where student athletes are able to realize their full potential, pursue excellence, and achieve success “live, learn, and love the game”

3 Our Purpose & Philosophy
Duluth Soccer strives to: Provide quality training for all Duluth High School soccer players Promote the development of student athletes at Duluth High School Reinforce the importance of scholastic excellence as well as athletic excellence Provide opportunities for leadership and teamwork Encourage local involvement in all areas of the community

4 Our Programs Men’s Program Women’s Program We offer: Varsity level
Junior Varsity level opportunities for Duluth Middle School player development and involvement in the program

5 Our Goal Our goal is to: develop complete players that are athletically and academically successful maximize a player’s potential by improving soccer skills, emphasizing fitness, and encouraging good nutritional habits create post High School opportunities for players, whenever possible promote sportsmanship, foster friendships, and encourage a deeper love for the game that lasts a lifetime

6 DHS Coaching Staff Men’s Program Women’s Program
Gregg Tavani Varsity Head Coach Carlos Tello Jr. Varsity Head Coach Todd Pritchett Jr. Varsity Assistant Coach Vince Hayes Varsity Coach Lauren Dodson Women’s Varsity Asst. & Keeper Coach Tessa (Finke) Heaton Jr. Varsity Head Coach Mr. Tavani was named 2003 GYSA Coach of the Year;  received USSF National 'A' license for soccer ; & received USSF National Youth License Teacher of the Month award - Sept 2005

7 over 25 years of soccer excellence
Mike Wentzler - All-American Honorable Mention, Berry College Emily Bender - All-American, Berry College Mike Wentzler alumni goalkeeper; becomes Men’s JV soccer coach Duluth record for goals in a career: 88 Tyler Davis ( ) Courtney Martin becomes Women’s Varsity Head Coach, serves Danny Klinect former DHS player, became Men’s Head Coach. Led Men’s team to the 1st round of the playoffs in 2001 Tyler Davis breaks school record (32 goals in a season) Gregg Tavani named DHS Teacher of the Year Erica Millette becomes Women’s Jr. Varsity Coach State semi-finalists (men) Gregg Tavani becomes Men’s Varsity Head Coach Vince Hayes become Men’s JV Head Coach Men’s Varsity – finished 1 game shy of the State playoffs Gwinnett Co. Players of the year 2004: Tyler Davis and Chris Davis Ron Mangrum started the program. Very successful for many years, including at a final four run Men’s Varsity finished 1 game shy of the State playoffs Vince Hayes becomes Women’s Varsity Head Coach State playoffs (women) State finalists (men) Women’s Varsity – 28 goals, most scored since 2004 State semi-finalists (men) mid 90s 1985 2001 2002 2003 2004 2006 2007 2008 2009

8 over 25 years of soccer excellence
Vince Hayes named DHS Teacher of the Year Men’s Varsity win Rival’s Cup Women’s Varsity win Rival’s Cup 8 graduating seniors sign to play soccer in college Tessa Finke replaces E. Millette as Women’s JV Head Coach Women’s Varsity – scored 62 goals, allowing only 31, best stats since 2004 Lauren Dodson becomes Women’s Varsity Assist. & Keeper Coach Women’s Varsity – suffered narrow losses to 4 of the top 10 teams in the state, one being the eventual state champion Carlos Tello replaces Kalven Weah as Men’s JV Head Coach Kalvens Weah becomes Assist. Coach Men's team Todd Pritchett becomes Men’s Asst. JV Coach 2010 2011 2012

9 Women’s Varsity Victorious - 2010
the Rival’s Cup Women’s Varsity Victorious Mr. Tavani was named 2003 GYSA Coach of the Year;  received USSF National 'A' license for soccer ; & received USSF National Youth License Teacher of the Month award - Sept 2005 The annual Rival’s Cup is a high-intensity match played between Duluth High and its rival Norcross High. The first Rival’s Cup was played in 2010.

10 Men’s Varsity Victorious - 2012
the Rival’s Cup Mr. Tavani was named 2003 GYSA Coach of the Year;  received USSF National 'A' license for soccer ; & received USSF National Youth License Teacher of the Month award - Sept 2005 Men’s Varsity Victorious

11 Excellence on and off the Pitch
DHS Teacher of the Year DHS Teacher of the Year Mr. Tavani was named 2003 GYSA Coach of the Year;  received USSF National 'A' license for soccer ; & received USSF National Youth License Teacher of the Month award - Sept 2005 Gregg Tavani Men’s Varsity Head Coach Vince Hayes Women’s Varsity Coach “Talent is common in this world; doing something with it, however, is uncommon.” – Vince Hayes

12 By the numbers In 2012… 44 of players in the Varsity program
25 Men 19 Women 38 of players in the Junior Varsity program 21 Men 17 Women

13 Where the Wildcats call Home
Tim Maxwell Memorial Stadium a 9,000-seat, fully-lit stadium serves as home for the Duluth High School Wildcats Cecil Morris Field named after the successful football coach of the Wildcats who was named “Sportsman of the Decade” in 1990 by the Gwinnett Extra newspaper press box dedicated to Brooks Coleman practice field, adjacent to main stadium concession stand restroom facilities free parking 3737 Brock Road Duluth, Georgia 30096

14 Annual Tournament for the Varsity
Brine High School Tournament of Champions March 14 – 16, 2013 Jekyll Island, Georgia Duluth Soccer has participated in this annual event since 2001 women – 2001 men – 2002

15 Summer & Winter Camps for Players
Duluth Soccer coaches conduct annual week-long summer camps for returning players each summer through Tavani Soccer (www.tavanisoccer.com) other neighborhood clubs who host summer & winter camps for players include: Atlanta Fire United (www.atlantaunitedsoccer.com) Atlanta Futbol Academy (www.unitedfa.org/) Norcross Soccer Academy (www.nsafury.org)

16 and now a word from… Our Sponsors

17 Duluth Soccer Sponsorships join our Center Circle
The Duluth High School Soccer Sponsorship Program provides organizations and individuals with a number of sponsorship options to choose from so that they may select a level of support that is right for them. World Cup Level – $1,000 Champion Level – $750 Premier Level – $400 Select Level – $250 MVP Donors - open ad hoc sponsorships - open Get inside Duluth Soccer’s Center Circle To become a sponsor or to obtain additional information, please contact Aimee or Ed Cancino at or Mike Miller at The Duluth High School Soccer Sponsorship Program provides organizations and individuals with a number of sponsorship options to choose from so that they may select a level of support that is right for them. All those who participate in the program join Duluth Soccer’s “Center Circle” and enjoy the benefits outlined below: World Cup Level – $1,000 same as Premier Level, plus… banner ad on home page of duluthsoccer.org with click through to sponsor’s link 4 complimentary athletic passes ½ page graphic / ad in 2 special event’s programs 2 promotions to the Duluth Nation distribution list Premier Level – $750 same as Champion Level, plus… vinyl banner to display on the fence at the stadium (donor provides banner) ad on sponsor page of duluthsoccer.org with click through to sponsor’s link 2 complimentary athletic passes ½ page graphic / ad in 1 special event’s program 1 promotion to the Duluth Nation distribution list – sponsor provides graphics and copy Champion Level – $400 same as Select Level, plus… announcement made at all home games Listed on sponsor page of duluthsoccer.org 1 complimentary athletic pass ¼ page graphic / ad in 1 special event’s program (i.e., Senior Night or Alumni Game) – sponsor provides print-ready ad Select Level – $250 listed on the Sponsors’ page of the website name listed in 2 special event’s program (i.e., Senior Night and Alumni Game) 1 11x17” ‘we support Duluth Soccer’ sign to display in the front window of their business MVP Donors names listed on the website – fully-paid Booster Club members, other contributors names listed in a special event’s program – Alumni, Senior parents, etc. Examples of ad hoc sponsorships Production of annual Varsity video Special team warm-up t-shirts, sponsor logo on back Special promotional items such as Duluth water bottles, Nike kit bags, etc. Pre-game meals – announcement at supported or “adjacent” home game Get inside Duluth Soccer’s Center Circle To become a sponsor or to obtain additional information, please contact Dean Starovasnik at or Mike Coloumbe at for more information about joining the Center Circle, visit

18 Support the Sport Duluth Soccer Spirit Wear
We’ve got you covered…

19 DHS Soccer Booster Club Officers
Ed & Aimee Cancino Co-Presidents open Vice-President Trisha Whitley Secretary Mike Miller Treasurer

20 Opportunities to Serve
The DHS Soccer Boosters Club, Inc. is an independent, not for profit, volunteer-based soccer organization established to support the Duluth High School soccer program. There are numerous opportunities to serve, including: field management, concessions, spirit wear sales and management, administrative support, and the list goes on… For more information, contact a member of the DHS Soccer Booster Club Board

21 Our Brand, the basics the color pallet the logo type face
Unless it’s a photograph or illustration, purple, black, grey and white are the only colors we should use. For branded items, purple and black should be used as the predominant background color. White and grey should be used as special highlight or character colors. Use this table as a guide: the logo black R: 0 G: 0 B: 0 white R: 255 G:255 B: 255 purple R: 102 G: 51 B: 153 grey R: 171 G: 173 B: 166 type face International Typeface Corporation (ITC) Blair Medium Purple = Pantone 1112 PMS 268

22 Our Brand values, more than a logo
Duluth Soccer is much more than a distinctive mark and color palette. The brand is the personality of Duluth Soccer and it guides everything we do. Our brand values are an intrinsic part of Duluth Soccer, and they play a crucial role in influencing our behaviors, our communications, and wider brand success. Five values that guide our behavior are: dynamic We are energetic, confident, and focused on the challenge before us. We also plan for the future and focus on continuous improvement. We push the boundaries. fair We represent Duluth High School, and we pride ourselves on honesty and fairness. Although we love to win, we emphasize development over the result. We are good sports, even in the face of intense competition. passionate We are constantly learning and are passionate about life and the game of soccer. We treat everyone as individuals. competitive We are brave. We are creative and dare to do things differently, to find a better way. We enjoy working hard, playing hard, and succeeding together. We love to win, but if that is not the final result… we take pride in being a fierce competitor until the final whistle. teamwork We come from many backgrounds, but we are a team united… We value unity, and we help each other succeed on and off the field. We constantly consider how can we can help a teammate, making decisions and taking action with that in mind.

23 Contact Us Coaching Staff Men’s Program Women’s Program
Gregg Tavani Men’s Varsity Coach Carlos Tello Men’s Junior Varsity Head Coach Todd Pritchett Men’s Junior Varsity Assistant Coach Women’s Program Vince Hayes Women’s Varsity Coach Lauren Dodson. Women’s Varsity Assistant Coach & Goal Keeper Coach Tessa Heaton Women’s Junior Varsity Head Coach

24 Contact Us email us - the DHS Booster Club snail mail on the Internet:
President – Aimee & Ed Cancino Vice President - Al Viller Treasurer - Mike Miller Secretary - Trisha Whitley Webmaster – Al Viller snail mail P.O Box 824, Duluth, Georgia on the Internet: 930+ fans on Facebook become a fan of the “Duluth Soccer Nation”

25 Teamwork Dynamic Passionate Fair Competitive
driven Dynamic leadership skills Passionate Fair fitness success Competitive fun “go tell the world…”

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