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Registration will reopen prior to winter 2019 season


TWYSC has now moved to Malcolm E Scamahorn Memorial Park, 70 E Main Street, Pittsboro, IN 46167.

Now that we are in the park, we ask that everyone be extremely cautious when driving along the lanes and through the parking lots. The park has a kids park/play area, basketball court, walking path, baseball and soccer fields and more, which means that there are a lot of people walking around.

Please do not park anywhere along the drive lane, grassy areas, or any other place that may impede cars/people from moving around the park. With the new parking lot by the soccer fields, we should have plenty of space for everyone.

Field Maps

Club maps are maintained by our parent organization, the West Central Suburban Soccer Federation (WCSSF).

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TWYSC Beginnings

The Tri-West Youth Soccer Club (TWYSC) was created in the early Summer of 1995 by Mrs. Staci Williams, Mr. Kell Miles and Mrs. Tammy Miles.  The conversation started in the bleachers between Mrs. Staci Williams and Mr. Kell Miles while watching their sons play little league baseball.  They went on to become the first President, Vice President and Secretary of the club.  Mrs. Lisa Slater became the first Treasurer of the Club, a position she held until the Fall of 1999 when Mr. Duane Wardle assumed the position .  They  organized several parents of the kids that were in the age range of their sons, and started with U6, U8 & U10 teams.  Per Mr. Kell Miles, they started the club because there was no soccer presence in the Northwest portion of Hendricks County, and the kids that did play rec or rec plus played in either Brownsburg or Danville.  Read more >>