THE RANGER CULTURE
ACADEMICS/SCHOOL - TEAM /FAMILY - PASSION/DETERMINATION
RANGER SOCCER REPORT - November, 2018
Rangers Close Season with Playoff Loss
The 2018 season was one of progress for the program when you consider the young make up of the roster, the record in 2017 and how the team played over the course of 16 matches.
"There were many teams that didn't qualify for the playoffs, so overall, I'm proud of what this group did. They had to really work on developing chemistry as a team to achieve some of the goals that they created in the beginning. I was proud of how they took on some very good teams and with a few exceptions, held their own. They'll grow from this, and I know that the players we graduate will go off and do great things, and appreciate what they were able to do this year." Coach Barkey told a reporter after the loss to Thomas Jefferson.
"We return a really strong line up next year, and our improvement in terms of how we played as a group was massive in one season. We played much better defensively than before, and we created more chances than before. I'd say we have quite a bit to look forward to."
RANGERS LOOK TOWARDS 2019
Strength and Conditioning begins in February, 2019
2019 Schedule includes 11 teams from the 2018 State Tournament,
including 3 of the 4 Semi-Finalists.
Away v. Golden
Home v. MItchell
Home v. Rampart
Away v. TCA
Home v. Denver North
Away v. Evergreen
Home v. Skyline
Away v. Coronado
Home v. Falcon
Away v. Cheyenne Mountain
Home v. Discovery Canyon
Away v. Air Academy
Home v. Vista Ridge -Vista Rigde HS
Away v. Palmer Ridge
Away v. Sand Creek
Home Games: 5pm JV Kickoff 7pm Varsity Kickoff
LPHS TAKES 3RD PLACE IN PPAC,
EARNS #12 SEED FOR 2018 STATE PLAYOFFS
5-2 IN PPAC
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.
LP Boy's Soccer is looking for local businesses who would like to connect with soccer families.
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OUR TRAINING GEAR CONSISTS OF:
(WITH LP SOCCER LOGO)
BLACK SHORTS AND WHITE SOCKS.
ANY BRAND WILL WORK FOR TRAINING GEAR.
LEARN MORE ABOUT US NATIONAL TEAM STARS
SKILLS AND CONDITIONING FEBRUARY, MONDAY-WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAYS THROUGH MARCH
3PM TO 4:30PM IN THE WEIGHT ROOM
RANGER SOCCER 24/7/365
Lewis-Palmer High School Boys' 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 summer training programs and captain's practices.
Our training begins officially
in August, 2019.
WE STRONGLY ENCOURAGE PLAYERS TO COMPLETE PAPERWORK BETWEEN JUNE AND JULY SO THAT IT CAN BE TURNED IN ON AUGUST 1, 2019.