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.
Date: Wednesday May 28th
Time: 7:00 – 9:00
Location: High School Commons
The Banquet will be a potluck event and will include JVC, JV and Varsity players and their families. Potluck contributions are being requested as follows:
Seniors – Appetiser / Snack
Juniors – Main Dish / Entrée (enough to serve 8-10)
Sophomores – Main Dish / Entree (enough to serve 8-10)
Freshman – Salad (enough to serve 8-10 or more)
The “banquet committee” will be providing the plates/napkins/utensils, beverages and dessert.
RESPONSE REQUIRED: For planning purposes, the following is needed from each family (email firstname.lastname@example.org):
1 – Number of People: Confirm the total number of people attending the banquet, including player
2 – Potluck Item: Confirm that you will be supplying the potluck item noted above. If you have a strong preference to provide one of the other items, just let your team parent know.
3 – Coach Gift: $20 contribution toward coaches gift (including assistant coaches). Please provide this directly to your team parent. If you are unable to contribute, simply let your team parent know this. If it is easier, you can mail the check to: Ngaire Taylor, 3925 47th Avenue NE, Seattle, Wa. 98105
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: Also, we are looking volunteers to help out in a couple of areas. IF you are able to help, let you team parent know.
1 – Decorations
2 – Coordination of coaches gifts and cards
3 – Setup prior to event (setup around 5:00PM)
4 – Cleanup after the event
5 – Cooler(s) of Ice
That’s is it for now. Please let us know if you have any questions.
Update: Redmond scores again. And that’s the game and the season, folks. Too bad.
Update: Redmond scores and it’s 1-1 with two minutes left in the half.
1-0 Roosevelt. Tucker to Danny at the 18-minute mark.
As you all probably know, RHS faces the other RHS for the second time this year, this time for the KingCo tournament. The game begins at 7 p.m. If you can’t make it, check back here frequently — I’ll post updates live.
Here’s a map to Redmond High School, which is past the end of S.R. 520 and just to the west of Avondale Road. The address is 17272 NE 104th Street, Redmond.
Update: Roosevelt scores, on top again 3-2
Update: Ballard scores and it’s tied again, 2-2
Update: jack Kussick scores! RHS now up 2-1
Update: Tucker Olsen score! Tied 1-1 with 6 minutes left in first half
Roosevelt is behind 0-1 in the first half.
Folks, the start time for the JV and Varsity games is different from what is listed on the schedule. JV starts at 6 pm and Varsity starts at 8 pm. Important games — please try to attend!
Riders win 1-0!!
Update: Roosevelt scores! 1-0.
Update: at halftime the score is 0-0.
Roosevelt is playing Garfield at this hour at Memorial Stadium.
The Varsity Riders played a terrific game in the pelting rain Tuesday night, coming from an 0-2 deficit to beat Newport 4-2. The team never game up, even after an own goal near the end of the first half made it a very difficult struggle to get back on top.
Next up is a match against Garfield at Memorial Stadium on Friday.
The Varsity team had some important wins over spring break, improving its overall record. On Monday, RHS beat Eastlake 1-0, and on Wednesday defeated Woodinville 2-1. Saturday’s non-conference match against Sealth was a 2-2 draw.
The Riders are now in 6th place in the 11-team conference, with a 3-4 record. There are three conference games left to go — including an April 25 game against Garfield (#4 in the conference) and May 1 game against Ballard (#5).
A couple more tough losses for the Riders this week as the Varsity team fell 0-1 against Skyline and 3-5 against Redmond. The next game is April 14.