Please help spread the word to the community about our annual RHS soccer fundraising soccer camp. Dates of the camp will be June 23-25 from 10 a.m to 2:00 p.m. Please mark this date on the calendar for the varsity players. Coach Gary Hunter will be directing our RHS summer soccer camp and the RHS varsity players will volunteer to teach technical skills to children ages 7-12 . Adult volunteers are still needed to help with registration and publicity. If you are willing to help volunteer for this fundraiser, please contact Julia Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org
The JV team continued their unbeaten streak by defeating Lakeside 2-1 on March 19th at a game played at Magnuson Park, our home field for 2015.
The Varsity team lost an intense 3-0 battle against Lakeside on March 19th. The score did not reflect the strength of the performance put forward by Roosevelt, and the match up against Lakeside on April 30th at Roosevelt will undoubtedly end in a much more favorable result for the Roughriders.
Thank you for all those who attended the parent meeting regarding our 2015 soccer season. For those who were unable to attend, please be aware that the team fees this year are $120. Please provide a check for this amount to our team booster representative, Jim Lyle. His email is email@example.com Check should be made payable to Roosevelt Athletic Boosters. One hundred percent of this money goes to the RHS soccer program. The team fees go toward the cost of uniforms, soccer balls, senior night gifts, and other team expenses. The Seattle School District pays a very small fraction of the program costs. Additionally, we have had some large expenses recently regarding uniform purchases. For example, JVC received a new kit last year. This year, the Varsity team receive new kits. Speaking of uniforms, Coach Gary urged players not to use bleach when washing uniforms. Please also turn the jerseys inside out when drying them in the dryer.
Volunteer Positions Needed:
Coach Gary would like to encourage the creation of a fundraising committee. We also are looking for a fundraising summer camp committee. Additional volunteer posts include photographer, host a team dinner, score reporters for the games (so scores can be posted on the website), and we are also looking for people willing to donate hydration such as water, Gatorade, and chocolate milk, and people willing to donate protein bars.
If you are willing to volunteer in any of these capacities, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org so I can update our volunteer contact page and we can begin communicating about how we can make 2015 a great soccer season.
Our RHS soccer program got off to a roaring start !
Varsity defeated Federal Way 3-1 on March 14 in their first game of the season (nonconference).
The JV team also won their first game against Federal way with a score of 4-0, goals by Will, Holland, Max, and Ryan.
On March 17th against Eastside Catholic the Varsity players won their first conference game of the season. The score was 1-0 after a goal was scored by Ryan Onart in the second half of the game played amidst intermittent rain showers at Eastside Catholic.
Picture day is Monday 3-16-15 beginning at 2:45.
If raining hard, head to the gym instead of the field.
Varsity players are to wear their black uniforms.
Click here for information about how to order photos:
There will be a RHS Men’s Soccer parent meeting (parents only-no players) on Tuesday-March 10th in the RHS Commons beginning at 6:45 pm.
(Please note the meeting location has been changed from the library to the Commons.)
Please bring you checkbook.
Paperwork & Participation Fee Due:
All Students interested in Trying -out for the Boys Soccer Team, paperwork needs to be returned to the Main Office by Feb 23, 2015. Please stop in now, and pick up your spring sports packet.
First day of Boys Soccer-Tryouts are March 2, 2015. Tryouts will continue on March 3, March 4, and end on March 5th.
Soccer-Tryouts will be held for all 9th and 10th graders, from 2:45-4:15.
Tryouts for Upperclassmen, 12 & 11th graders will be conducted from: 4:00-5:45.
Please have Athletic Gear, and shin guards. Please meet on the RHS playing field. Do not bring your own ball.
All players must turn in the packet of required paper work and pay the $100.00 in order to be cleared to participate in try outs. The required paper work is available on the Roosevelt High School website:
(Click on “Athletic Info” and then click on “Registration”)
The paperwork and fees are due no later than Friday, February 23rd. However, it is highly recommended that players submit their packet and fees well in advance of the deadline. The fee is refundable upon request if a player does not make one of the three RHS Men’s soccer teams.
Note that all students must have had a physical within the last 24 months to play soccer. If your son had one last year, it should still be on file in the office. But if not, better schedule one ASAP with your doctor, or get one at the school’s Teen Center.
Please see earlier post regarding tryouts.
Welcome to the Roosevelt High School boys soccer website!
Boys soccer is a spring sport. The 2015 season will start with conditioning (probably twice weekly after school) led by Coach Gary Hunter and informal practices led by the team captains in December, followed by tryouts probably taking place the week of March 2, 2015. (The earliest first practice is set by WIAA and is March 2, 2015 http://www.wiaa.com) There are three teams — a JVC team, JV team and Varsity team. The season will end in late May, and conference games will be played during Spring Break (the week of April 13th), so please plan accordingly.
If your son is interested in playing for one of the teams in 2015, look for announcements of the schedule starting in December and tryouts in early March — they will be posted in the daily bulletin as well as on this website.
You can find out more about how the RHS team works by reading prior posts on this blog or visiting the FAQ page.
If you ever have trouble remembering how to get to this page, you can simply Google or Bing “RHS mens soccer”, and it will come up as the first hit.
Soccer season is over for 2014, but the start of summer gives the team a great opportunity to raise some money for next year’s season with a co-ed soccer camp for younger players June 23-26. So spread the word!
The camp is offered to 2nd through 7th grade boys and girls for four days during the first week of summer vacation, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the RHS soccer field. Our boys will be instrumental in the running of the camp, and in turn they’ll be raising money for next year’s program.
For campers, it’s a great deal — just $47 for four days of soccer. Each player will work with the RHS coaching staff and RHS players. They’ll be instructed on technique in attacking, defending and goalkeeping skills, with mini games to end each session. The players will get to see how a high school team is coached, and they’ll get to work with the older kids in the RHS program, which is always fun for younger players.
The camp has a maximum of 75 players, so spread the word and encourage parents to sign up early.
Here’s a link to the updated Summer Camp RHS flyer. Interested campers should fill out the paperwork and mail to Coach Hunter, c/o RHS, 1410 N.E. 65th, Seattle, Wa 98155.