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Physicals and Online Form Reminder

(dateline: Jul 23 2017)

Physicals and Online Form Reminder

Thank you for all that already completed the physicals and online forms. The IHSAA physical form must be turned into the athletic office and the online forms must be completed prior to participation and tryouts on July 31st

A hard copy of only pages 1-2 of the IHSAA physical form must be turned into the high school Athletic Office. The form must be signed (not stamped) by your doctor and have his license number. Please make sure to sign all spots for the parent/guardian and student athlete. Please click on the link below for a blank IHSAA Physical form.


Online forms can be accessed by clicking on the link below. You will have the choice of creating an account on rank one or just completing the online forms. Please note that when asked for student ID number you enter first name-last (i.e. jane-doe). You must have the hyphen and it is not a number.



This Weeks Training Sessions

(dateline: Jul 23 2017)

This Weeks Training Sessions

All training sessions this week will be held at the high school football field. We will train Monday thru Thursday from 4-5:30pm. Pease bring both cleats and running shoes.


Used Soccer Equipment Drive

(dateline: Jun 16 2017)

Used Soccer Equipment Drive

We will be collecting used soccer equipment starting at the first summer training on June 20th. Any out grown cleats, jerseys, shorts or any other soccer gear is needed.

A former player of mine, El Hadji Deing, will be bringing all that we collect back to his native country of Senegal.

Hadji is a great success story. Enrolling in high school as sophomore and barely able to speak but not write English, Hadji learned to read and write English and completed 4 years of high school classes in three years. He was able to complete his high school education by simultaneously attending summer school at two different high schools. In all reality, he actually completed 4 years in just two years as he had to re-take his sophomore classes due to his initial struggles with learning English. He did all that while also maintaining a part time job of running newspapers. A job that started at 2:00 in the morning! Hadji became a High School All American in soccer and continued his education and playing career at Xavier where he was a four year starter for the soccer team and is now an alumnus of Xavier.

Hadji grew up in Dakar, Senegal playing soccer on dirt fields, the streets or any open area he could find. Playing with little soccer gear, if any at all, any soccer gear what so ever was treated as gold –particularly cleats. Soccer created the opportunities for a success life outside of sports that Hadji would not have known otherwise. Hadji has always been gracious and always thankful for those that helped him on his journey. I am very supportive of Hadji’s endeavors and wish to help him succeed in sending used soccer gear to his native country of Senegal.

Please bring any used soccer gear to training starting on June 20th.

Hadji will be out to training this summer to speak about his life and soccer experiences.



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FEBRUARY 22, 2010