Jessica Harvey, Goalkeeper, Tennessee SC
Like so many other recruits, Jessica Harvey had a small list of important criteria that she was looking to fill during her college search.
She found exactly what she was looking for, committing to be a Bulldog in 2016.
“I committed to Georgia because when I visited for the first time, I had a feeling in my gut that this was the school for me,” Harvey told TopDrawerSoccer.com. “During my recruiting process, a few of my top priorities were to be in the SEC, and to be in close vicinity to home. With Georgia being in the SEC and only about a five-hour drive from home, it was almost too good to be true.”
Harvey came away extremely impressed by the soccer team, both on the field and in the locker room, helping to seal the deal.
“I really loved the family atmosphere that the team and the coaching staff portrayed,” she said. “Coach Steve Holeman and his staff were so welcoming and made me feel like I was already part of the family. The Georgia soccer stadium and facilities were too amazing to pass up. The local support is incredible. I look forward to playing in front of the home crowds, which is one of the largest crowds in the SEC.”
The TSC 16 Elite Girls team won the Open Cup Silver Division in Decatur, AL. The team's record for the tournament is 3-0-1.
Tennessee SC 2015 Boys won Premier League Central with a League Record of 7-1-1. Their final game was on Sunday April 13 against Starkville Bulldogs which they won 6-0.Tennessee SC 2015 will represent Premier League Central in the Southern Regionals this Summer. This win also allowed the Tennessee SC 2015 Premier to go to Southern Regionals as the Tennessee State representative.
Tennessee SC 19 Boys traveled to Decatur, Alabama, for the 2014 Open Cup and won the very competitive U13 Boys Gold division. The boys played teams from Mississippi, Louisiana, South Carolina, and Tennessee. They went undefeated in the preliminaries over the weekend before winning an exciting final in PKs on Sunday evening.
The weekend was an excellent learning environment for the boys. Additionally, the win gives them an automatic entry into the 2014 Copa Rayados tournament, in San Antonio, TX, co-hosted by Mexican professional club CF Monterrey Rayados.
This is one of the most common questions that people ask me. This question has several variations which include: Why are people getting braces so young now days? Or didn't people used to get braces when they were in middle school?
No matter how it is phrased, what parents really want to know is why some people are getting braces in 2nd ,3rd or 4th grade and others are getting their braces in 7th or 8th grade. Naturally, they also want to know in which of these groups their child belongs.
Many parents believe they must wait until their child has all of his or her permanent teeth before orthodontic treatment can begin, only to find that treatment sometimes would have been much easier if they had started earlier. In general, we like to see children for an orthodontic assessment at the age of 7 or 8 years old. This is an important time to address any orthodontic issue. Some orthodontic problems at that age , if left untreated or delayed, can lead to increased difficulty in correcting the problem, less stable results, abnormal jaw growth, abnormal tooth wear, or increased risk of chipping a tooth.
To understand the answer to that question, it is important to understand something about dental development. Most children begin losing their front teeth at about 6 years of age. By 8 or 9 years old, eight permanent front (incisor) teeth have replaced the front baby teeth. At the same time, four new permanent molars are growing in behind the back baby molars. So at about 8 or 9 years old, a child usually has twelve permanent teeth and twelve baby teeth in the mouth at the same time. In dentistry this is called "the mixed dentition" because there is a mix of permanent and baby teeth.
At this point, there is typically a window of 2-3 years before the child will lose anymore baby teeth.
It is also at this time that problems of crowding and misalignment of the front teeth become apparent because the size of the permanent teeth is so much larger than the teeth that they replace. Children who did not have spaces between their baby teeth will develop crowding of the front teeth simply because the permanent teeth are so much bigger. Because of the development of these and other problems as the new teeth grow in, it is the time when "early intervention" or "phase I treatment" is usually performed. Because only half of the permanent teeth have grown in, only partial orthodontic treatment can be rendered at this stage. It
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Tennesse SC Staff attended WCSA Picture day. The Staff had a video playing about skills and provided those that asked information on out Club and Programs. "This is a wonderful setup and a great place to talk to the Kids and parents" said Sandy Pollock Director of Coaching-Boys. Thank you to WCSA for allowing us to move into the arena.
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