Watch some memorable moments from the 2023 Green Mountain Boy’s Soccer season. Click here for our 2023 season award winners, including Jeffco 4A All League First Team honors for Brady Wilder.
Ram’s soccer has a great opportunity for you to continue to bond with your GMHS teammates and develop your skills as a player. If you don’t already have a team this spring, or if you are looking to make a change, we hope you’ll consider joining the Ram’s soccer team in the Bear Creek Soccer Club.Continue reading “Spring Soccer”
Community engagement is at the cornerstone of every successful athletics program, and it is ingrained in our Ram Standard. Now that the day-to-day grind of the 2023 fall season is behind us, let’s focus on giving back to the community. Here are two opportunities to serve.Continue reading “Community Service”
Congratulations on an undefeated week with two varsity draws and two JV shutout wins! Let’s keep rolling into Homecoming Week as we celebrate four years of important contributions to Ram’s Nation from our seniors.Continue reading “Celebrating Our Seniors”
On Monday, Green Mountain Soccer Alumni Brent Anderson (also proud father of AJ Anderson) shared his experiences from the state championship years of 1987 and 1988 with the current Rams. He had some great stories about toughness, conditioning, and the sheer footprint the program had at the school.
Brent talked about how great players from around the front range wanted to choice into GMHS to be part of the soccer team. I interrupted him and explained that one of our goals has to be to get the program to a level of success where we not only hold onto the best players in our area, but attract players from the region to choice into GMHS once again.
Brent disagreed.Continue reading “Do You Believe?”
As we enter the last week in September, it is important to remember that most of our players have been working hard through the summer heat since the last week in June. Three long months. This is when the season becomes a grind. This is when we have to do something different, and do it together.Continue reading “Midseason Culture Week”
We have a home JV match Saturday, September 23rd at 10am at our turf field hosting Littleton. All players, including guys not suiting up for the game, are required to be there.
After the game, at roughly noon, we are going to have some fun playing soccer baseball on our grass field. How does soccer baseball differ from kickball, you might be wondering? Well, there are goal keepers, you can have multiple runners on each base, and the defense can’t use their hands (except the goal keepers). It is super fun, laid back, and easy to learn.
This is a full program soccer baseball game – parents, siblings and alumni included!Continue reading “Soccer Baseball 9/23”
We had 160 minutes of nice performances Tuesday taking both games from Bear Creek by identical 3-0 scores. That is two more clean sheets led in back by Brady, Shaun, Luke, Dom, Miles, Peter and Tyler. Tarin added two more to his goal tally as our program leading scorer, and Nolan got a goal and an assist. Dean and Jake also came up with big assists. Elliot started what is sure to be a prolific four year goal scoring career with two on Tuesday, with X tallying a goal and an assist. Kaden had a soccer assist and and hockey assist as he was impressive on the wing.Continue reading “Effort”
Coming off a week where our program hit our team-culture-rock-bottom, we bounced back and made some serious progress this week. Together.Continue reading “Progress”
We have a cancer festering in our program. You might think I am crazy to lead with such a negative statement in such a public way, but I am calling on everyone in the program – players, coaches and parents alike – to help us turn this around before the season is lost. This past week we conducted a systematic investigation, with support of GMHS administration, that uncovered hazing/bullying, teasing, childish behavior, and disrespectful varsity players in the grandstands at both our JV game and a game of another GMHS sport. This will simply not be tolerated. Your coaching staff now has a clear understanding of how a team with this kind of conditioning and tallent went 3-11-1 last year. The culture needs a complete overhaul, and we need your help.Continue reading “Leave the Past Behind”