Off Season Begins….Strength Training begins this Monday, January 10th at 3-4:15pm

No Excuses, commit to becoming a strong and fast soccer player dedicated to winning a championship!! Weight Training under the supervision of Coach Derr will begin this coming Monday, January 10th, from 3-4:15pm. Lifting will take place Monday, Wednesday, Fridays each week. You must be fully committed to make the program work – hold your fellow soccer brothers accountable. Coach Derr will be designing a dynamic program that will be challenging. Grades 8-12 are welcome to participate. Questions – contact Coach Sostack.

New Fan Club – HyperNation – Spread the Word

Good Afternoon Soccer Fans,

If you have not heard, there is a new Fan Club for the high school varsity soccer team!

It is called HyperNation (a play on hibernation) and the goal is to pack the stands and create excitement around school soccer. Hopefully this will also lead to younger kids aspiring to play in front of the crowds when they get to the high school level. There will be cheers, face painting, celebrations, and more. Please help spread the word so that all of the home games are even more fun than normal!

Spring/Summer Soccer

In an effort to keep the boys playing some level of soccer during the school offseason, we are trying to organize two JH teams through Etown United. We will work with you to schedule around other sports and commitments. Please read the attached and let me know if you are IN or OUT. Spread the word, as we are looking for a total of 34 players if possible.

Coach Ben

A happy, yet solemn send off to Coach Jereme Wells (nicknamed; Wonderbread)

As Jereme chases his dreams to Scotland, we wish him safe travels. Coach Wells has been a huge part of this program in the short time he’s been with us. His knowledge, dedication, and general caring for the boys and this program will surely be missed.

As he crosses the pond, as Coach Sostack would say, Jereme will be trying out for some high level teams. Go get em Coach.

We appreciate all you’ve done and the legacy you’ve left as a player and coach.