Boys Soccer

COACHING STAFF

Michael Garcia, Head Coach  -  [email protected]

Stephen Groppell, JV-A Coach  -  [email protected]

Stephen Addison, JV-B Coach  - [email protected]

 

Cypress Ranch Boys Soccer Program

Mission Statement and Expectations

The Cypress Ranch Boys Soccer program’s primary goal is to help educate and develop young student athletes in addition to what they learn and achieve in the academic classroom environment.  Our student athletes are expected to fully commit themselves to improving not just their soccer ability, but their sense of responsibility to teammates, peers, and the community as a whole.  We expect every single one of our players to be upstanding members of the Cypress Ranch High School student body, and to have the understanding that their actions are a reflection of both themselves and this program.  We emphasize success through hard work, discipline, and an unshakable commitment to excellence.

 

 

 

Practices and Games

Students are expected to practice each day during the soccer period while in off-season.  They must have cleats, shin-guards, long white socks, black shorts, and a plain white t-shirt.  Those that make the final roster will then be provided with a uniform and Cypress Ranch practice shirts.

During the season, practices are held each day after school between 2:40 and 4:30.  All players are expected to attend every practice unless notification is given to coaches prior to the practice.  Games are Tuesday and Friday after school each week.  All players are expected to attend (all student-athletes must travel with the team) all games.  Sub-varsity players are expected to attend all varsity home games.

There will be practices over the winter and spring break holidays.  All players will be expected to attend.  Players who miss practices will forfeit playing time during games.  Playing time during games is not guaranteed at any level.  

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