RANGER SOCCER 24/7/365
Lewis-Palmer High School Soccer is a year long opportunity for any level soccer player who is enrolled at LPHS. So long as academic standards are met, soccer players can take part in development activities beyond the official CHSAA sanctioned season if they choose to. LP players can participate in winter strength and conditioning, spring-training and other activities throughout the school year. Pick-up soccer leads into our off season training programs and captain's practices.
Our training begins officially
in March 2020 (Girls) and August 2020 (Boys).
PLAYERS TO MUST COMPLETE PAPERWORK BEFORE TAKING PART IN OFFICIAL TRAINING.
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COACH OPTIMISTIC ABOUT FUTURE OF SOCCER AT LEWIS-PALMER
"This was an amazing season for this group of young men," Coach Barkey said at the 2019 LPHS Boys' Soccer banquet. "They're so good in the classroom, and I couldn't be prouder of what they achieved this year."
That being said, next year is a new year and it wil bring new challenges. "PPAC will be different going foward. We now have Pine Creek and Liberty to add to the mix in addition to Rampart, Cheyenne Mountain, Air Academy, Palmer Ridge and Vista Ridge." Barkey said. "It looks to be very competitive, which is great for player development. I think our group benefits from such a tough league schedule. It helped us when we'd already played seven or eight matches that had a playoff tone to them. When it came to travelling to Battle Mountain, for example, the level was similar to what we'd been playing against for six weeks. All we had to do was get the logistics right."
SNAP RAISE A SUCCESS
THANK YOU FOR YOUR PARTICIPATION IN THIS YEAR'S SNAP-RAISE.
This is our chosen fund-raiser because it is the least time intensive on players and families. We don't ask our players to go door to door selling anything and we certainly don't punish anyone who doesn't participate.
We will be participating again in 2018.
These funds are used to replace and maintain field equipment, team gear and for our annual banquet.
RANGERS LOOK TOWARDS 2020
Eight Grade Night at LPHS - Wednesday, January 29,2020
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BARKEY TO TAKE OVER GIRLS PROGRAM
The LPHS Girls' program has a new coach in Brian Barkey, a fourteen year veteran of the Lewis-Palmer School district and the Gazette's 2019 Boys Coach of the Year. Barkey has earned the Coach of the Year honor in PPAC in three of the last four years. The boys have made playoff appearances each year except one during his tenure. Barkey is also no stranger to the women's game, having led a "W" League team as part of the United Soccer League as both a General Manager and a Head Coach.
"I was put on this planet to teach and coach," Barkey said after being appointed Head Coach for the LPHS Girls. "My goal has always been to be in a classroom or on a soccer field as much as possible. I am looking forward to the challenge of working with the group that we have, and developing the program for the future. We want a sustainabe soccer force at LP."
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2020 LPHS GIRLS BEGIN WORK
OUR TRAINING GEAR CONSISTS OF:
(WITH LP SOCCER LOGO)
BLACK SHORTS AND WHITE SOCKS.
ANY BRAND WILL WORK FOR TRAINING GEAR.
THE RANGER CULTURE
ACADEMICS/SCHOOL - TEAM /FAMILY - PASSION/DETERMINATION