Falls Blanks Geneva Eagles 1-0

Posted: August 30, 2014 in Uncategorized

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Olmsted Falls allowed only 2 shots on goal in a home win. Bulldogs scored single goal in 1st half despite outshooting the Eagles 17-2. Freshman Kevin Lemin beat Eagle goalkeeper on a pass from Senior Ryan McDonald. The Bulldogs missed on several chances while possessing the ball most of the game. Austin Mitchell picks up his 1st win of the season with Josh Aubel playing a spotless 2nd half. Olmsted Falls moves to 2-0-2 with rival Westlake Demons invading the home turf Wednesday evening at 7pm.

2014 Game Summaries…

Posted: August 29, 2014 in Uncategorized

Season Opener Ends in Draw 1-1 Against North Ridgeville

A late goal in the 76th minute by North Ridgeville allows Rangers to tie the visiting Bulldogs in a contest where much of the pay was controlled by Falls. Senior John “Juicey” Lindley scored for the Bulldogs off of a cross by Junior Anthony Klein.

 

Bulldogs Score Early in 5-2 Win Over Parma

Five different players scored as Olmsted Falls grabbed early 2-0 lead and cruised to a 5-2 home victory Saturday evening. Junior Anthony Klien, Freshman Ryan Kolonik, Freshman Kevin Lemin, Senior John “Juicy” Lindley and Freshman Charlie Waters delivered goals for the Dawgs. Junior Anthony Klien and Freshman Charlie Waters also had assists. Junior Josh Aubel and Sophomore Austin Mitchell saved 7 shots combined.

 

 

Bulldogs and Berea-Midpark Battle to a 2-2 Draw

The Bulldogs used a strong 2nd half to erase a 2-1 deficit and fight to a 2-2 draw against the Titans in the SWC opener for Olmsted Falls. The young Bulldogs showed grit throughout the game against the defending SWC Champs. Senior John “Juicey” Lindley scored form Freshman Kevin Lemin’s assist to square up the match 2-2 with 15 minutes left and hung on for the draw. The Bulldogs struck first on a goal by Freshman Kevin Lemin in the 1st half. Sophomore Austin Mitchell turned aside all 5 shots in 2nd half.

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The 2014 Season is Here: Goals for the 2014 Season

Posted: June 2, 2012 in Uncategorized
  1. We Protect Our House:  Win every home game.
  2. Be the Fittest Team We Face.
  3. 0.51 GAA for TEAM.
  4. Reach the 3rd round of the playoffs
  5. Finish Top in the SWC

NCAA ELIGIBILITY CENTER

Posted: June 6, 2011 in News and Info

ARE YOU SERIOUS ABOUT PLAYING COLLEGE SPORTS?

YOU MUST REGISTER WITH THE NCAA ELIGIBILITY CENTER

IMPORTANT: The NCAA Clearinghouse has been replaced by the NCAA Eligibility Center.

The NCAA Eligibility Center has a much broader educational mandate than the former clearinghouse. The Eligibility Center is committed to ensuring that college-bound student-athletes, high school sports administrators and parents understand all the requirements for athletic participation at the Division I and II level.

 

First Show it in Training

Posted: January 13, 2011 in News and Info
From editor of FineSoccer.com Kids Newsletter… A philosophy that is not unique to this program… it is shared by others…

“Too often, I have heard players say “if only the coach would give me a chance…”.

The thing to realize is coaches don’t give players chances. Players EARN chances.

If you want to show you can score goals in a game, first show it in training.

If you want to show you are a better keeper than the starting keeper, first show it in training.

If you want to show you deserve to play an entire game but now are only getting play half the game, then show it in the half you are getting.

It’s easy to say what you could do if given a chance, the key is to show it WHEN given a chance.

I do realize there are many players who feel they are “gamers” and don’t show well in training but if they want to earn the right to show in games, they need to first show in any opportunity they can.

Don’t wait to be given an opportunity, if you want the chance, take advantage of any opportunities you can.”

“If Not Now, When?”
PRIDE and spirit is something that has to be developed.  You will not gain any pride or any school spirit for that matter by a half-hearted performance. The level of your pride is, therefore, directly proportional to the extent of your effort. Strive to become the best person, the best son, the best student, and the best soccer player you can become.

The success of the season is NOW, in the off-season, not at the start of the season.

Preparing for Tomorrow

Posted: November 17, 2008 in Bulldog Pride

If you always do what  you have always done, you will always get what you have always got!

You were born to win, but to be a winner, you must plan to win, prepare to win, and expect to win.