Our Yearly Parents meeting will be on August 7th.
Everyone will meet in the PAC for an all sports meeting. Then we will break out into our individual sports meetings
Picture Day is August 6th - meet at the Stadium
Varsity - Black Uniforms
JV - Blue Uniforms
This year we have sponsorship available for purchase. These start from $250 and up. You will have your logo seen by lots of eyes. We have decided to put logos on t-shirts, banners, bags, and even our practice shirts. Unlike a sponsorship that goes in a program where really only the parents of that team see your logo our ideas will be seen over and over. The players wear their shirts everywhere so your logo will be seen by thousands of eyes. Contact any player or coach for more details.
The Bradley Boys Soccer Player
1. Student-Athlete: You are a STUDENT-athlete first and foremost. Represent yourself inside the classroom with the utmost respect and always strive for greatness with your studies. If you want to be looked up to on the field you must be looked up to off the field first. We will also be striving for Academic All-District Honors with at least a Team G.P.A. of 3.4
2. Community role model: Whenever you wear Hilliard Bradley Soccer gear, you represent yourself, the Bradley Soccer Program, and Hilliard Bradley HS. Think about this when you are in the community. We strive for greatness in the community. Be a positive role model in the community.
3. On field: “Nothing but the best is good enough,” and this is how you should approach the game on the field as well as the practice field. Respect your COACHES, TEAMMATES, OPPOSING COACHES, OPPOSING PLAYERS, OPPOSING FANS, & most importantly the REFEREES with class. Disciplined soccer players ON and OFF the field will achieve great things TOGETHER. We will be using the saying “11 for 80,” which will be discussed in practice.
If you can master all three of these in this order, you are the complete player. This is what we strive to achieve TOGETHER with the Hilliard Bradley Boys Soccer Program.
1 mile run or 4 laps of the track (range 6-6:15), 1 minute rest;
½ mile run or 2 laps of the rack (range 3:15-3:30) 1 minute rest;
¼ mile run or 1 lap of the track (range 1:30-1:40) 1 minute rest;
1/8 mile run or a 200, 1/2 lap of the track (range 45-50 sec) 1 minute rest;
1/8 mile run or a 200, 1/2 lap of the track (range 45-50 sec) DONE
You have to complete all 5 runs to pass the Fitness Test.
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