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Boys' Coach:  Nick Traub
Boys' JV Coach:  Paul Neil

Girls' Coach:  Jenni Wingard
Girls' JV Coach:    Darcy Ganick

A current
PHYSICAL/PARENTAL CONSENT FORM is required of all students prior to any athletic tryout.
A copy of the completed physical should be submitted to Woodland's front office.  Physicals are good for one calendar year.
WMS Warrior Soccer

2013-14 Warrior boys' soccer season has concluded.
2014-15 schedule will be posted when it becomes available.

2013-14 Warrior girls' soccer season has concluded.
2014-15 schedule will be posted when it becomes available.

2013 Boys' Varsity Soccer Team 2013 Boys' JV Soccer Team

Our Woodland varsity soccer season consisted of three things:  kicking, running and looking stunning!  The coaches gave us a great experience to take away, whether you made the joke or were the joke.  We established a lot of friendships throughout the season.  Most importantly, we executed to get the job done on the field.
-Ben Gleason
3 year outstanding WMS Defensive Player

“WMS JV Soccer had a great year!  Coach Neil was an awesome addition to the coaching staff at Woodland.  He led our team to victory in many games.  Our season ended with a 5-3 record.  Our biggest win was against Sunset Middle, who had previously defeated Brentwood Middle.  It was a great season with the addition of our new coach, new players, and new memories.  –Already looking forward to next year!”
-Max Diele, 7th grade
2013 JV Offensive Player of the Year

The 2013-2014 girls' soccer season was a blast.  We had a great group of girls that loved spending time with each other.  Every single girl worked as hard as they could.  From the strikers back to the goalie, everyone on the field had a smile on their face. We could make jokes like we’ve known each other for years.  This year’s soccer season was definitely one to remember!
From Grace Klippenstein and Kennedy McCoy…

Monday-Thursday (if no game)

from 3:00-4:30 for both teams.
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