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Our 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.

There will be a $25 fee to participate.  

· Physical (OK if on file from another Boltz sport from the current school year)

· Signed MS Athletic Participation Permission & Release

· Signed character contract

Players should bring cleats & shinguards if they have them, otherwise wear sneakers. We have shinguards to borrow, and some sizes of cleats to borrow.

Boys' season is Fall (August-October) Head Coach: Emerson Morrison 

Girls' season is Spring (March-May) Head Coach: Jacquelyn Bransen

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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 Guidelines


    1. Follow this link to register for any sport at Boltz. This process will also allow you to pay online: 

  4. Students who qualify for free/reduced lunch must have a new fee waiver on file each year in order to have fees waived. We can assist parents with this process during check-in. It is a two-step process with applying for free/reduced lunch first, then applying for additional fees to be waived (on the Parent View “fees” tab).

  5. A signed Physical Form must be filled out by a physician before a student can play a sport. Below are some low-cost resources.

    1. Make an appointment soon with your primary care physician.

    2. The Little Clinic: Low-cost physicals, 1842 N. College Avenue, (970) 494-6975 (Inside King Soopers)

    3. The Health and Wellness Center at Centennial High School offers sports physicals/well-child exams from June - August. The Center can bill insurance and no child has ever turned away for inability to pay. For more information visit their website or call their office at 970-488-4950.

Registration Information:

Click HERE for the link to register online.

Click HERE for a copy of our registration form.

Click HERE for a copy of our registration form in Spanish

Click HERE for a copy of our sports physical form. (take with you to your doctor's appointment)

If you have any registration questions, please contact:

Gabriel Vigil AP/ Athletic Director