Woodside High School Girls
2017-18 Girls Lacrosse Team are WBAL Skyline Champs!!!
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The entire coaching staff is excited to continue our tradition of excellence in developing YOUR student athletes. It takes a lot of resources to execute a quality program for student athletes and we thank you in advance for your support.
Meet the coach! Click for Biographies
Stacey Myers Kevin Miller
Head Coach, Girls Lacrosse JV/Assistant
Team directed donation
Please, first REGISTER
You must register your family and athlete so the correct sport-form will be presented to you when you click the "Make Your Contribution" box below. Simply create your family account, entering information on your athlete(s) and tick the box corresponding to all their sports. Don't forget to save.
Below is a suggested family/player Directed Donation that will keep the coaching staff focused on Girls Lacrosse, rather than fundraising. This suggested donation is NOT a requirement for participation.
|Uniform Maintenance||$ 45|
|T-Shirt (Player Keeps)||$ 15|
|Referee Fees - Non League Games||$ 25|
|ABO Contribution||$ 50|
|Total Suggested Donation||$ 165|
Please help the team and your Athletic Boosters Organization (ABO) by making a team directed contribution. Your additional donation to the ABO helps us ensure ALL students who want to play are able to participate.
MAKE YOUR TEAM CONTRIBUTION
Support the Athletic Boosters Organization
Please be sure to Register your family and athletes here on the ABO site, so we can maintain accurate records and keep you updated with important information about Woodside Athletics.
THE ABO FUNDING PROCESS
The ABO works with our coaches and the Athletic Director (AD) to consider the team’s proposals, help to raise money from parents that goes directly to the team (Direct Donations), and to allocate additional funds via ABO Grants to requests made by the team and AD.
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Athlete of the Week
Final Athlete of the week 2017/18
This week’s Athlete of the Week is freshman Katie Meade. Katie began the high jump event in 8th grade and took the event more seriously this year with the help of her supportive teammates. She enjoys participating on the Track and Field team because the team aspect and atmosphere is “golden” and each and every team member is supportive of one another. Additionally, Katie enjoys the fact that her event is an individual one which allows her to track her progress with the support of an entire team. In terms of her source of motivation, Coach Dobbins plays a pivotal role in pushing Katie to strive for excellence and consistency. Her father also helps since he is a former high jumper in college, he pushes Katie to work hard both on and off the track. With the support of her teammates, coaches, and parents, Katie qualified for CCS finals as a 9th grader and she hopes to make it to the state championships next year. Katie’s accomplishments for this year are impressive, congratulations Katie on being this week’s Athlete of the Week!