Varsity Boys Soccer

Team Overview

We believe that high school athletics are to be used to develop the whole player: spiritually, physically, and mentally. "Christ-manship" (sportsmanship) must be exemplified in every aspect of the game. Not only playing by the rules, but also setting a higher standard in our behavior, on and off the field. “Shinning like stars in the universe” (Philippians 2:15). 

The athlete must train year round to maintain a physical condition that will enable him to participate at the highest level he is capable of with his God given abilities. “Buffeting his body and making it his slave” (I Corinthians 9:24-27) through discipline. Life is not all about soccer. It is important that the player does well in school to develop the mind as he prepares for the future. “Studying to show yourself approved to God…handling accurately the Word of God” (II Timothy 2:15). 

Service is another component of our program. Every year our players serve through soccer at Hopkins Elementary School or through FCA Academy at Lilburn. At Hopkins ES we lead games and training once a week in the fall on their campus. Players also have the opportunity to serve the Lilburn players in practice once per week, or refereeing games on Saturday mornings. We have also taken trips for Hurricane Relief and Honduras to work with people in need. 

We believe the purpose in playing the game of soccer is not in “beating” an opponent, but going out and competing at the highest level we are capable of as a team. Eric Lidell said, "Wining is important, but there is something to be said when one can say they have done their best." We desire to be Men of Courage, having integrity and a work ethic that exemplifies Christ’s work in us; so that, we can shine like Stars in the Classroom and on the Soccer Field.

ALL TIME STATS

TEAM RECORDS

 

2002-present

 
 

State Championships

   

State Runner-up

2 (2007, 2011)

 

Final Four

4 ('07, '08, '11, '12))

State Playoff Appearances

10 (6 straight 2002- 2008)

Region Championships

   

All-Time Overall Record

135-119-3 (2002 - 2016)

Best Season Record

17-5-1 (2007)

 

Goals Scored (Season)

90 (2007)

 

Fewest Goals Allowed (Season)

27 (2012)

 

Fewest Goals Allowed per Game (Season)

1.21 (2012)

 

Shutouts (Season)

7 (2014, 2017)

 

Longest Winning Streak

7 (2007)

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

   

Goals Scored (Season)

Stephen Murray

27 (2005)

 

Caleb McQuaig

22 (2011)

Goals Scored (Career)

Stephen Murray

58 (2002 - 2006)

 

Jonny Mercado

33 (2006 - 2009)

Assists (Season)

Brent Hansen

23 (2011)

Assists (Career)

Brent Hansen

41 (2008-2011)

Goal Against Ave (Season)

Evan Flowers

1.21 (2012)

Goal Against Ave (Career)

Zach Gray

1.48 (2006 - 2008)

Goal Shutouts (Season)

 

Alex Timm

Joshua Jones

7 (2014)

7 (2017)

Goal Shutouts (Career)

 

 

Alex Timm

Evan Flowers

17 (2013-2016)

15 (2009-12

Boys Varsity Soccer Schedule

vs.
Kings Ridge
Home
Win 4-1

Brandon Collins-1 goal

Sam Burnette-1 goal

Ben Stone-1 goal

Aaron Lee-1 goal

vs.
George Walton
George Walton
Win 4-2

Sam Burnette-2 goals

JT Marbet-1 goal

Aaron Lee-1 goal

vs.
Fellowship
Fellowship
Win 4-1

Luke Bradberry-2 goals

JT Marbet-1 goal

Joseph Moussakhani-1 goal

vs.
ELCA
Home
Win 8-0

Luke Bradberry-2 goals

Aaron Lee-2 goals

Brandon Collins-2 goals

Joseph Moussakhani-1 goal

Shane Holyoak-1 goal

2018-19 Roster

Sam Burnette
Senior
Shane Holyoak
Senior
Joshua Jones
Senior
Andy Jang
Senior
Chris Todd
Senior
Luke Bradberry
Junior
Joseph Moussakhani
Junior
Shawn Combs
Sophomore
Glenn Fleming
Sophomore
Dean Hufford
Sophomore
Royce Izundu
Sophomore
JT Marbet
Sophomore
Noah Williamson
Sophomore
Brandon Collins
Freshman
Aaron Lee
Freshman
Ben Stone
Freshman

Soccer at Hopkins Elementary

Each Fall, our Providence Soccer players travel 1 mile to Hopkins Elementary school on Wednesdays to lead a soccer clinic with their elementary students.  We play games and provide soccer training to about 90 students.  This year we had 60 students come to our field for clinic and games after school.  They walked out with our Varsity players before the Varsity game vs Cambridge High School.