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If you any questions, please direct them to Cian (pronounced "KEY-an") Hawkins at [email protected].


We're terribly sorry to announce that the parks department has declared the fields to be too wet, so we are forced to cancel the tournament this year. Refunds will be sent out as soon as possible.


We're keeping a close eye on the weather and field conditions. If there is a delay or we are forced to cancel, we will let everyone know as soon as possible.

UPDATE 12:29 PM: Based on the weather forecast, Panther Shootout will be delayed by one day: the tournament will start on Saturday, November 30 and conclude on Sunday, December 1 (weather permitting). The game times will be exactly the same.


The list of teams and the game schedules have been posted!


All divisions except for 14U Boys are filled. Any applications received from here on for the full divisions will be placed on the wait list.

Final Results

Thank you to all our coaches, referees, players and families, and volunteers for another successful Panther Shootout. The final results for 2018 are shown below. We hope to see you all again next year!!!

10U Boys

First place: Agoura – Carter (E2)
Second place: Valencia – Trujillo (F3)
Third place: Thousand Oaks – Creed (E1)
Fourth place: Newbury Park – De La Cruz (D4)
Shootout: Beverly Hills – Tonley (F2)

10U Girls

First place: Newbury Park – Austin (A1)
Second place: Ventura – Calawa (B4)
Third place: Beverly Hills – Burwell (A2)
Fourth place: Temple City – Seltman (B5)
Shootout: Newbury Park – Austin (A1)

12U Boys

First place: Quartz Hill – Dilger (J2)
Second place: Agoura HIlls – Sullivan (I4)
Third place: Newbury Park – Keene (J1)
Fourth place: Simi Valley – Bradley (I2)
Shootout: Quartz Hill – Dilger (J2)

12U Girls

First place: Granada Hills – Waschak (G2)
Second place: Newbury Park – Benton (H1)
Third place: Agoura Hills – McFadden (G4)
Fourth place: Quartz Hill – Vento (H3)
Shootout: Quartz Hill – Vento (H3)

14U Boys

First place: Beverly Hills – Lari (N2)
Second place: Newbury Park – Kasper (N1)
Third place: Quartz Hill – Schneider (M2)
Fourth place: Quartz Hill – Canett (M3)
Shootout: Quartz Hill – Schneider (M2)

14U Girls

First place: Temple City - O'Shaughnessy (L3)
Second place: Agoura Hills – Klauber (K3)
Third place: Quartz Hill – Dunton (L2)
Fourth place: Simi Valley – Sabbe (L4)
Shootout: Temple City – Ortega (K4)

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Panther Shootout


AYSO Region 42 in Newbury Park, CA is proud to invite your teams to the 23rd Annual Panther Shootout. This tournament is an All-Star tournament and will be held over Thanksgiving weekend; Friday and Saturday, November 29–30, 2019. All games are held at Pepper Tree Playfields in Newbury Park; parking is free and no pets are allowed at the fields.

Our tournament format is unique and extremely fun for the participants. Every preliminary game ends in a shootout, but without the usual pressure. We will award trophies for first and second place and medals will be awarded to third and fourth place teams in divisions with more than 8 teams. Special awards will also be given out to the winners of the PK “Shootouts”.

The Panther Shootout Tournament is open to all AYSO boys and girls All-Star teams in age divisions: 14U, 12U, and 10U. All players must be registered to play in this year's AYSO primary season. Guest players will be allowed (3 maximum per team).

This is a pool play tournament. Each team will be guaranteed 3 games in pool play. The top teams will advance to the medal round on Saturday afternoon. All pool play games will be as follows: 25 minute halves for 14U and 12U, and 24 minute halves for 10U. After each pool play game, each team takes part in the “Shootout” competition.

We look forward to seeing you at our tournament!!

Newbury Park area information

Newbury Park, California is located about 12 miles inland from the Pacific Ocean in beautiful Ventura County. It is nestled against the Santa Monica Mountains about 50 miles northwest of Los Angeles and 55 miles southeast of Santa Barbara, surrounded by the city of Thousand Oaks and borders U.S. Highway 101.

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AYSO Region 42 – Newbury Park, CA

P.O. Box 709 
Newbury Park, California 91319

Email Us: [email protected]
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