What is the mission of the Warrenton Youth Soccer Club? The founders of WYSC created the league as a place where children of all ages and abilities could learn about sports while having fun. The emphasis is on learning, teamwork and sportsmanship.

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WYSC's Basketball Clinic Trainer's



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Chris Turner


2 years coach/instructor for I-9 Sports basketball clinics
2 years as coach/instructor for I-9 Sports summer multi-sports camps
Camp instructor at Reach Beyond Basketball Camp in MD

Coached at Fauquier Holiday and Summer basketball camps

Current Freshman boys basketball coach at Fauquier High School

***Former Fauquier Falcons varsity basketball player and team captain

Steve Murphy


A 1988 graduate of George Mason University, Coach Steven Murphy has been coaching, mentoring and educating youth for over 25 years. He coached basketball from ages 6 to 15 for Culpeper Youth Basketball, both boys and girls. He also served as a basketball referee for both CYB and middle school. A father of 14 year old boy/girl twins, he has also been involved in several charities, including the Urban League’s Big Brother program and Alexandria, Virginia’s After School Mentoring Program. He works as a Communications Manager in the IT industry.


Brian Freeland

Dr. Brian Freeland is currently the Dean of Health Sciences at American Public University System, a 100% online university. Brian was a Program Director for degree programs in sports and health sciences and sports management for seven years prior to becoming the school dean. During that time, Brian managed and taught courses in coaching, sports administration and leadership, and sports training and conditioning. Brian has an Ed.D. in Athletic Administration from Northcentral University, a Master's in Sports Management from the United States Sports Academy, and a BS in Health and Physical Education from Radford University. Brian coached high school basketball for 10 years in the state of Virginia. He spent time as an assistant boy's varsity basketball coach at Altavista High School, Floyd County High School, and Magna Vista High School. As a head varsity boy's basketball coach, Brian led Lynchburg Christian Academy to their highest win total in 2000-2001 and was named Valley District Coach of the Year in 2005-2006 for leading Rockbridge County High School to their highest win total.