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10 Things You MUST Have Completed & have to Participate in BHS Soccer
Information Forms - Available Now.
1. Read the Boys Soccer Handbook.
2. Fill out the Player information Form.
Payment and Registration Forms - Begins August 1. Registration Directions
3. Register for Blaine High School Soccer.
4. Pay for Blaine High School Soccer.
5. Fill out Eligibility Form.
6. Current Physical on File at Blaine High School (Form if Needed)
Must Haves - First Day of Tryouts through the end of the season!
7. Size 5 soccer ball that holds air.
8. Height appropriate shin guards (MUST) have tag on them).
9. Your OWN Water to stay hydrated ½ - 1 gallon suggested.
10. Be ready to work hard, be a positive team member, and be willing to learn!
DESCRIPTION OF ACTIVITYBlaine Boys Soccer Philosophy:
The Blaine High School Boys Soccer Program strives to assist our student-athletes learn the value honesty, discipline, patience, determination and maintaining a positive attitude. Our players, staff will commit to work for success of both team and individual goals, while being highly competitive, always doing our best and exhibiting exceptional sportsmanship. We also will foster an environment which enables our athletes to succeed both on and off the field and to have fun.
It is also our philosophy that our student athletes are very important to our program and our school. We want to be very clear that it is our position that FAMILY, FAITH, and ACADEMICS come before soccer.
At Blaine, you are a student-athlete, and it is impossible to have soccer without school. When student-athletes succeed in school, they carry themselves with increased self-esteem and pride. Of course these qualities help student-athletes in many areas.
During the fall high school season, soccer must take precedence over work, social life, and other sports in which you may be involved in different seasons, etc.
It is vitally important that you understand that even though you may have commitments that are bigger than soccer, taking care of these commitments should not happen at the expense of soccer! Balancing many commitments is an important life skill. If student-athletes struggle in fulfilling any of their commitments, they should seek help from parents, teammates and coaches.
Together we can make this Blaine High School soccer season an outstanding experience for all!