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Soccer - Boys

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Conditioning

Conditioning sessions (for students not currently playing a parkway sport such as football or XC) will begin Tuesday, 8/22. We will tentatively meet twice weekly for three weeks before increasing to three times weekly in the lead-up to tryouts, which will last 3-4 days and take place near the end of October. 

 

FUNDRAISING INFORMATION WILL GO HOME ON THE FIRST MEETING. STUDENTS PARTICIPATING IN ANOTHER SPORT ARE EXPECTED TO COME BY B160 TO PICK THIS INFORMATION UP ASAP.

Remind code - @PHSbf

Remind code - @PHSbf

Contact Information

Cameron Beckham - 318.759.2282 

cameron.beckham@bossierschools.org

Go Panthers!

Go Panthers!

Announcements

  • Pre-season conditioning for the 2017-18 soccer season focusing on strength and stamina will begin late August/early September. These workouts are not mandatory but will be incredibly beneficial to potential players that wish to try out for the team in October. They will happen twice/weekly in September and three times each week in October leading up to tryouts. 
  • Please be listening to announcement for more information; a letter with full details will be available for pick-up outside of my room (B160) in late August. 
  • Fundraising will begin when pre-season conditioning does. Boys' soccer will need to raise significant funds before the season begins to acquire training equipment and jerseys in time for the full season. While interested soccer players may not participate in the workouts if they are currently taking part in another sport (Football/Cross-Country), they will be expected to be aware of and stay involved in fundraising efforts. More information on these efforts will be included in the letter mentioned above. See everyone soon!