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Posted by Charlie Cleaves at Nov 15, 2001 4:00PM PST ( 0 Comments )
After a week of very stressful tryouts for the 65 players that came out for this year's teams, the teams have been selected for this year. Thanks to everyone that came out, and congratulations to all of the players that made the BLUE and WHITE JV Teams! The BLUE team is the JV Team that will compete in the Grossmont League. The WHITE team is a developmental team that will be coached by TOM NOAKES, with the goal of preparing as many players for the JV and Varsity teams that will be formed next year. Our goal in forming the teams, was to build a program for the future, and the girls were selected not only on their playing ability today, but on their potential for the next few years! We are very excited about the future, but it will take a lot of hard work in the next few years to achieve our goal to win a CIF Title!! imageimage
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Tryouts Begin!

Posted by Charlie Cleaves at Nov 11, 2001 4:00PM PST ( 0 Comments )
Great job to everyone that came out today! Not the easiest of days, but thanks for hanging in there till the end! Please don't be discouraged if you did not do well today, we have a lot of soccer left this week! Tryouts will continue at the Girls Soccer Complex throughout the week. Please remember to stretch and ice tonight! See you tomorrow!image
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tryouts 2001

Posted by Charlie Cleaves at Nov 11, 2001 4:00PM PST ( 0 Comments )
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Athletic Clearance Package Information

Posted by Charlie Cleaves at Oct 9, 2001 5:00PM PDT ( 0 Comments )

In preparation for our Nov. 10th start date, a few things to remember:

1.     The Finance Office no longer provides clearance packets.  Students will need to print them out from the school website.  Mini clearance (the coach’s emergency card is also available on the website).2.    Please remind students that are on the roster that they do not need to clear again.  They’re still getting used to this “once a year” clearance and might need a reminder.4.     G
o to the School Website and download Athletic clearance package.
This package includes:
1. Athletic Participation Physical Form
2. Extracurricular Registration Material
3. Ethics in Sports
4. Coaches Clearance Card
5. Student Accident Insurance Information
6. Purchase an ASB Sticker

Please complete all forms as soon as possible if you have not cleared yet. All of this package must be completed before tryouts, or you cannot play! Don't wait!!
Coaches are responsible to collect clearance packets.  


Steele Canyon like all High Schools will hold open tryouts for all comers. Everyone is invited to tryout, and all positions are open every year! Simply the best players, and or the ones that can have the biggest impact on the field will make the team, regardless of class year. What does this mean in terms of you making the team? And what can you do now to prepare to make the team!

First, as coaches we're looking for players that always give 100% effort, have a positive attitude, and are in good SHAPE to play! YOU AS A PLAYER ARE IN CONTROL OF ALL OF THE ABOVE! Nobody can control your attitude or desire, come with both! If you are serious about making the team, you must be in shape at the time of tryouts! The season is too short to try to get in shape during the season. START TRAINING NOW!! Best bet is sprints, stair running and endurance work. Those in soccer shape at the time of tryouts will have an advantage when those not in shape are huffing, puffing, and wheezing!

All players will be fit tested using the COOPER TEST. Basically, you will be asked to run around the track for 12 minutes. This is a standard test and broken down as:

7-8 Laps - Superior
6-7 Laps - Excellent (MUST RUN A MINIMUM OF 6 1/2 LAPS FOR VARSITY and JV)
5-6 Laps - Good
4-5 Laps - Fair
0-4 Laps - Poor

This is an important test, and will be used if players are of equal ability and a "tiebreaker" is needed. Please work hard now to put yourself in the best possible position to make the team!

Second, technical and tactical ability. Your ability to play soccer! The best bet now is to play soccer! If you're not playing, find a ball now! The majority of the players in the program play for soccer clubs across the County. Start juggling (There will be a juggling test), kick against a wall, 1v1 with a friend, anything, and everything would be great!

In closing, come with a great attitude, be physically and mentally in shape, have confidence (don't be afraid to showoff!!), be versatile in terms of positions (There are only two positions, in the Program, or not in the Program!).