Phoenix Pride

Club Soccer

Free Soccer Football Cliparts, Download Free Clip Art, Free Clip Art on  Clipart LibraryOur soccer program is not a district-sanctioned athletic sport and is considered a club. 

We play against only schools that have a soccer program and club. 

Boltz Soccer Club

The Boltz Middle School Soccer Club was formed from just a small group of students and teachers playing informal scrimmages after school and has grown into having both boys and girls teams that compete against local schools.

We believe that playing soccer is much more than winning games. It is about forming friendships with teammates, learning to have good sportsmanship, becoming a better athlete, challenging yourself to continuously improve, and getting a good workout. The most important thing is being part of a team.

Boltz soccer is a no-cut sport that welcomes players of all experience and skill levels. However, we are a competitive team. All players will play in each game but playing time will not be equal. Playing time (and starting) is determined by a combination of positive attitude, on-field effort, skill level and willingness to play a certain position (ex. goalkeeper, defender, etc).

There are only two things in your control: your attitude and your effort!

Boys' season is Fall (September-October)

Boys Head Coach: Will Jacobi 

Girls' season is Spring (March-May)

Girls Head Coach: Jacquelyn Bransen (jbransen@psdschools.org)

Season Starts: 

Practice Times: 

Schedule: Can be found under documents 

Team Pictures

Team Sports Gear

Season Participation Fee: $25  Fee can be paid through a check to Boltz MS or through school pay in Athletic Donations

What to Bring: Players should bring cleats & shin guards if they have them, otherwise wear sneakers. We have shin guards to borrow, and some sizes of cleats to borrow.

Boltz Athletics: Where we inspire students to be a great person, a great student and then a great athlete!

Sports Physical Information:
Please read and complete all PSD paperwork (below) so that your child can participate on the first day of practice/tryouts:

  1. Read Guidelines for Sportsmanship (pdf)

  2. If your child does NOT attend Boltz, please follow this PSD Placement Guideline link: PSD Placement Guideline

  3. A signed Sports Physical must be filled out by physician before a student can play a sport. Below are a some low-cost resources. Please keep a copy of your sports physical and turn in a copy. Families are responsible for knowing when sports physicals expire. They are good for one year from "date of exam." 

    1. ‚ÄčMake an appointment soon with your primary care physician.

    2. UC Health Urgent Care Center Harmony Campus- 2127 E. Harmony Rd Suite 140. (970) 297-6250. Walk-ins welcome. $30 for a sports physical. 

    3. The Little Clinic: Low-cost physicals, 1842 N. College Avenue, (970) 494-6975 (Inside King Soopers). $29 for a sports physical. Appointment required. 

    4. The Health and Wellness Center: Centennial High School Location and Lincoln Middle School location. Offers sports physicals/well-child exams/acute medical care/mental health Counseling. $0-35 sliding scale (for qualifying families). No co-pays/deductibles required. They accept Medicaid/CHP+, most insurance plans, and offer fee-for-service. No student enrolled for care is ever turned away for an inability to pay for services provided at the Center. Call 970.488.4900 to schedule or log on to our website at hwcenter.org for information and forms. 

Click HERE for a copy of our sports physical form. 

Registration Englishhttps://cdn1.sportngin.com/attachments/document/0127/4749/2022-2023_MS_Check-out_Forms.pdf

Registration Spanishhttps://www.psdschools.org/sites/default/files/PSD/athletics/2022-2023%20MS%20Check-out%20Forms%20ESP.pdf

If you have any registration questions, please contact:

Gabriel Vigil AP/ Athletic Director

gvigil@psdschools.org

970-472-3704

or

Jenae Huffman Proctor/Athletic Secretary

jhuffmanproctor@psdschools.org

970-472-3708

 

PSD does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, veteran status, age or disability in access or admission to, or treatment or employment in, its programs or activities. A lack of English speaking skills will not be a barrier to admission or participation.