Our New Websites

Posted: March 19, 2015 in Uncategorized

Please visit out new website:
OFHS Soccer TEAMSnap

Visit our Facebook Page:
 OFHS Soccer Facebook

Visit Friends of Olmsted Soccer:
FOS Facebook


Posted: March 18, 2015 in Uncategorized


Conducted by Olmsted Falls High School Boys Coaching Staff and Varsity Players
Click Here:  2015 OFHS Youth Camp Flyer

Camp Instructors: Olmsted Falls High School Boys Coaching Staff and Varsity Players

July 28 ‐ July 30 2015 / 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm @ Schady Road Soccer Complex

Click Here: 2015 OFHS Youth Camp Flyer

Three-day preseason camp for all OFSA Recreational and Travel soccer players, U6 ‐ U14. Players will be grouped by age and by skill level.
  • Foot‐skills,
  • Speed and Agility
  • Passing
  • Trapping
  • Dribbling
  • Finishing
  • GK
  • Each Camper will each receive a Camp T‐shirt


  • Camp InstructorsOlmsted Falls High School Boys Coaching Staff and Varsity Players
  • When and Where: July 28 ‐ July 30, 2015 / 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm @ Schady Road Soccer Complex
  • Cost: $40.00 prior to July 10th / $50.00 after July 10th (No guarantee of T ‐Shirt)
  • Make Checks Payable to: Olmsted Falls Athletic Boosters Camp Fund / Memo Area: Soccer Camp
  • Mail Form and Check to: 2015 OFHS Soccer Camp / 7088 Morning Dove Lane, Olmsted TWP., Ohio, 44138


Our 2015 Player / Parent Meeting Wednesday, February 11, 2015 from 7:00 – 8:30 in the Olmsted Falls High School Library.  All players who are planning on playing soccer for Olmsted Falls High School in 2014 need to attend with a parent.  If for some reason (club training, soccer game) you cannot attend, please have your parent attend.
Information concerning the summer and up coming season will be discussed.

Weight-Room Update

Posted: February 8, 2015 in Uncategorized

What’s the toughest part of weight training? Getting started and staying committed. Olmsted Falls Bulldogs soccer makes it rather easy to get started. Every Monday, Tuesday and Thurs at 4:30 pm in high school weight room Olmsted Falls soccer conducts a soccer specific weight and core training session. The sessions are monitored by the coaching staff and each player follows a workout designed for soccer players.

Players are reporting gains in strength and agility. Since the team goal is winning the SWC soccer title, it makes great sense to get started now with a regular workout program. There are several benefits to attending Olmsted soccer weight and core training on a regular basis.

1. Better overall health in general, lower risk of injury, and developing a positive habit.

2. A chance to stay connected to teammates and catch up on the latest news.

3. Developing a stronger lower and upper body to outmuscle opposing players to a 50/50 ball.

4. Increased speed and power.

Of course there are drawbacks to becoming stronger, faster, and more agile…

1. Upsetting our opponents when we win.

2. Soccer balls and goal nets will wear out faster.

3. Coaches may have to spend time re-writing school soccer records.

4. Schedule will get tougher as top schools keep calling to schedule games.

5. Hurting people people with your new more powerful handshake.

6. More money spent on new wardrobe.

There is plenty of room for more players in the nicely equipped OFHS weight room. Why wait any longer, it’s winter, and now is the time to get the edge on SWC teams that have long ruled the roost.

The SWC title shall have to come through Bagley road. All we need is your time.

Let’s get started on a record setting year for Olmsted Falls Mens soccer! See you in the weight-room!

Wt. Room Update

Posted: December 30, 2014 in Uncategorized
The Bulldogs Soccer team and coaching staff particpated in an instructional weight lifting session led By Dave Godray December 29 at 10 am in the high school weight room. Coach G instructed the players on proper form, types of exercises, amount of weight to use and the importance of technique when using free weights. Coach Godfray also demostrated many of  the core exercises in the program designed to help build strength and agility for soccer player
Coach W, Coach Lackey, and Coach Godfray designed the program along with work out sheets for each player to help the players become stronger,more athletic,and more flexible on the field next season. Players will track their progress on the work sheet at least twice a week between 4:30 and 5:30 pm on either Monday, Tuesdays or Thursdays starting on January 5, 2015.
Coach Godfray repeatedly stated technique, proper form and number of reps were much more important than the amount of weight any player used. Slow gradual increases in weight used produced longer lasting gains in strength and helps reduce injury. A member of coaching staff will be on hand every session after January 5 to asisst players during workouts and monitor the workouts.
Coach W explained to the team the importance of attending the sessions and how participation is the player’s responsibilty. A stronger, more atheltic team stands an improved chance of winning the SWC title next year, a stated goal of the team for next year. Hope to see all team members at the weight and core training sessions beginning Jan 5 at 430 pm in high school weight room. 
Go Bulldogs!

Bulldogs Defeat Pioneers 5-0 in Sectional Playoff Opener

Posted: October 13, 2014 in Uncategorized

The Olmsted Falls Bulldogs took care of business by scoring early and often en route to a win over the Elyria Pioneers in the opening round of the Rocky River Sectional tournament before the largest crowd of the season.

Sophomore keeper Austin Mitchell turned aside all shots in his direction for the eight straight time as the Bulldogs cruised to a 5-0 win in their final appearance of the year at the Olmsted Falls Soccer Complex on a warm drizzly night.

Senior Ryan Klimchack took a pass from Senior Christain Klien and rifled a head high shot to the right of the keeper for a 1-0 lead barely 10 minutes into the match as the Bulldogs used a frontal offensive attack to gain early control of the contest.

Junior Austin Lockhart sent a long ball to the foot of Frosh Kevin Lemin who slapped it by the goal tender for a 2-0 lead before the clock hit 20 minutes.

Lemin then converted a turnover by the Pioneers into a nifty breakaway goal and the Bulldogs went to the half leading 3-0.

The defense did not let up even with a 3 goal lead and speedster Junior Jake Yeager took a loose ball and scampered from well beyond midfield to ring up the 4th goal of the night. Freshman Ryan Kolonik sent a diagional ball to Junior Logan Klink who side stepped a defender and dented the net for the 5th score of a sucessful opening round soccer match for the Bulldogs.

Austin Mitchell records a playoff win with a relatively quiet night in the nets grabbing 2 saves.

Focus now turns to the Westlake Demons in a 2nd round matchup in Westlake this Saturday at 7pm. Can the young Bulldogs knock off another longtime rival with their red hot defense and timely offense?

Come witness this contest at Westlake and cheer on your Olmsted Falls Bulldogs in 2nd round sectional action. Thanks to everyone who supported the team at home games this year. GO BULLDOGS!


Look back at Regular Season as Second Season Begins…

Posted: October 11, 2014 in Uncategorized

The huge second half win streak fueled by 7 games without allowing a goal made the 2014 regular season a rousing success. The season concluded with an overall record of 9-4-3 including a third place 4-1-1 SWC mark, the best SWC record in school history.

The Bulldogs featured a combination of youth with numerous underclassman playing significant roles and making important contributions to the team as well as playing to a high level throughout the season.

This 2014 squad evolved into a defensive jaugernaut capable of shutting down an opponent’s offense or just flat out fighting off repeated scoring attempts by older more seasoned teams. The offense attack is spread around several players making the Bulldogs more difficult to defend as the team is not dependent on one or two players for offensive support. Penalty kick percentage represented the only area the team underpreformed but the Bulldogs worked on this in practice quite a bit recently and look forward to improving during the playoffs.

The season opener in North Ridgeville ended in a 1-1 draw as darkness and weather conditions led to the Bulldogs giving up a very late goal for the tie. The Bulldogs overwhelmed Parma 5-2 and a 2nd half surge led to a 2-2 draw with two time defending SWC champs Berea-Midpark. A perfectly played corner kick allowed Westlake to escape with the only home loss for the Bulldogs this season 1-0.

Kenston nipped the Bulldogs on a contreversial goal late 1-0 on the road. Bulldogs gained their 1st shutout over Geneva at home despite out shooting them 17-2. The Bulldogs settled and old score with former nemisis North Olmsted when the Bulldogs upset the Eagles on their home grass 3-1. The season looked very promising.

Back to back road losses to Avon and Lakewood (both 10 win teams) brought the team back to earth and the coaching staff challenged the team to regroup. A solid win over Elyria helped regain some confidence but another old advesary stood in the way, Strongsville. In perhaps the signature win of the season, the Bulldogs traveled to Strongsville and grabbed their 1st ever over the Mustangs 1-0. Next 1st ever win came at home versus Brecksville and the team gained confidence and momentum.

The winning continued as the Bulldogs topped Valley Forge at home 2-0 and then made Senior night a success by blanking rival Amherst 2-0. The next two contests on turf showed how this young team has improved as the Bulldogs slugged out a 0-0 tie with Normandy and 1-0 win over conference foe Avon Lake in cold blustry conditions.

The dramatic improvement on defense positions the Bulldogs to make some noise in the sectional playoffs beginning this Wed 10-15 7pm against Elyria. When the Bulldogs score first they become difficult to beat as the season record showed. Thanks for an entertaining and successful regular season. Go Bulldogs!

Sophomore goalkeeper Austin Mitchell kept his net clean for the 7th straight time and Sophomore Cam Robinson rang the bell from another area code to give the Bulldogs the only goal they would need in defeating Avon Lake on Senior Night at the Avon Lake Stadium 1-0.

In a gusty wind for the 2nd straight game on turf, the Bulldogs put another offense in a deep freeze with a trademark lock down defensive effort from Christian Klien, Ryan Kolonik, Austin Lockhart, Ryan McDonald and Joey Bement. The Bulldogs gained some offensive momentum early using the strong winds to make a couple good runs to the net.

Around the 15 minute mark Cam Robinson pulled up from the 22 yd line and sent a upper 90 laser into the net to grab the lead on turf for the first time this season. On a night where shots on goal were uncommon, the Bulldogs called out the vise grip defense to work. Avon Lake had one excellent chance to score in the first half on a semi breakaway and Mitchell promptly stepped in and blew up the shot before it could come close to the net. The teams traded possessions at midfield for most of the 2nd half and Avon Lake did not register a shot on goal even with the wind.

The Bulldogs countered enough offensively to keep Avon Lake honest and allowed the Bulldog defense to dig in and send the Olmsted Falls Bulldogs to the bus with another road win against a SWC opponent. The Bulldogs finish with a fine 4-1-1 mark in the SWC reeling off 4 straight wins after a 0-1-1 start in SWC play. The team moves to 9-4-3 as a final regular season record ripping off 5 wins in row with a draw to Normandy as the only team to keep the Bulldogs out of the win column in the last 7 games.

Hats off to Austin Mitchell and this vise grip defense as the team moves into playoff mode next Wednesday 7pm at The Olmsted Falls Soccer Complex against the Elyria Pioneers. Invite a friend to the game and support your Olmsted Falls Bulldog soccer team as they head in the sectional playoffs. Go Bulldogs!