WELCOME to the BOYS' 7th Grade SOCCER SEASON 2019!
I'm glad you have expressed interest in our team. Have all of your paperwork into the nurse before we begin practice.
We will meet on the FIRST DAY of SCHOOL; Wednesday, September 5th. Room 205 Directly after school. You will be able to make the late bus @ 4. We will discuss team expectations, rules, and team contracts.
ALL Team CONTRACTS should be handed into Coach Pollack the FIRST DAY of PRACTICE.
Most practices will conclude at 4:30-4:45. Sign up for the REMIND APP which will give you updates on team games, practice times, and other special announcements.
Make sure you make arrangements to get home everyday;
late bus leaves at 5:15.
Boys'7th Grade SOCCER Season 2018
The season ended with a 2-4-2 Record. We faced some tough competition. Our team came together throughout the season showing grit, determination, and overcoming challenging obstacles. Special congratulations to Joseph Kobrin who won the Coach Kempinski award this year for 7th grade soccer.
Best of luck to the boys as they continue their athletic journey.
BOYS' 7th grade SOCCER Season 2017
The 7th grade boys soccer season ended with a tough loss to a talented Merrick Ave squad at Merrick Avenue. The boys finished with a 4 win 4 loss record. Along the way, the team started to click and displayed outstanding teamwork and defensive efforts, most notably by Paul Lichter.
Our goalkeeper Mark Hanna played a fantastic season. Keep working hard boys and we will see you next season.
2016 Fall Re-Cap
Welcome to 7th Grade SALK Boys Soccer!
The 7th grade boys soccer team concluded their season on October 26th with a fantastic team win versus Woodland Middle School 3 to 0. From the first game back on September 26th, the team improved tremendously, showing signficant leaps in individual and team play. Our team MVP this season was our main keeper, Adrian Nowak and our "Unsung Hero" award went to Dan Myung. The "Unsung Hero" goes to the player who not only helps us stay in the game, but never missed a practice, gives 100% everyday, never complains, and is an all around great teammate, yet never gets the credit he truly deserves.
All of our players worked hard this season and we had fun learning team strategy and trying to come together as a team. We put it all together in the end. Well done guys; you deserve it!
2015 Fall Re-Cap
The boys' soccer team (7th grade) finished the 2015 season with a convincing win versus Woodland middle school by a score of 8 to 2. This win culminated a season ending with 4 Wins 4 Losses and 1 Tie. Our team grew together throughout the season, from individual talents to a team that worked well together at both ends of the field in order to achieve common goals. I wish you all much success during your soccer playing days, and hope you continue to improve both individually, as well as a team. Keep at it boys!