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Soccer Vision & Style of Play

The Ridgeline Girls soccer program has the potential to be a top performer in both local and statewide competition. Regardless of team placement on Varsity, Junior Varsity or C squad players will be valued and benefit from a rewarding and challenging environment. The ultimate goal is to ensure that on an annual basis the program competes for the GSL title, participates in postseason play and challenges for state honors while maintaining the highest possible academic standards.

We will be a possession-oriented team with major emphasis placed on each player’s technical ability and decision making. Every day players will be a part of a soccer environment that demands attention to detail, focus on teamwork and dedication to the team, teammates and coaches. Junior Varsity and C squad teams will be integrated regularly and will be encouraged to adopt the same principles of play to ensure seamless promotion of players.

The demands made of each player will be intense but rewarding. We will build a culture of accountability where excellence is rewarded, and player mistakes are encouraged and used as a means of learning. Each day at practice and on game days players will be challenged mentally and physically to become better soccer players and better people.

We will be organized defensively and committed to our team’s game plan while playing free flowing attack minded soccer. We aim to attack from all positions on the field and each player will be expected to be part of a fluid system of play employing a 3-5-2, 3-4-3, and 4-4-2 formation. We will pressure teams with a high line of engagement to force mistakes and win possession when we do not have the ball. We will maintain possession while probing for weaknesses/opportunities to exploit defensive errors of opponents.

We will be a hard-working team who compete until the final whistle of each game. Our ultimate goal is to represent our school, our fellow students and our families in a manner that will make them proud while enjoying the

quality of soccer on display.


Coaching Staff
Head Coach
Tiera Como
Assistant Coaches
Ernie Merino(Var)
Stephen Brown(Var)
Steff Walton(JV)
Jaymie Balcom

Final Forms

  • All athletes must register through Final Forms for summer soccer 
  • This includes all kick-arounds and weight training (one registration)
  • Before JUNE 17th
  • RHS Summer Coed Summer Soccer” is the roster you need to get on
  • You will have to register for fall season in August

Weight Lifting June 17th – August 15 

  • Strength and Conditioning Monday-Thursday 11am – 12pm
  • HIGHLY recommended to lift at least 2-days a week!!

Summer Kick-arounds June 24th - July 24th

  • Monday & Wednesday nights 7:30-9:00 pm on the turf
  • Small-sided games that will transition to full field
  • Fun way of getting to know the family

All-Valley Jamboree @ U-High July 25th 

  • 4 games and each game is 50 mins (25 min halves)
  • Rosters will depend on availability
  • Game times: 9am, 10:30am, 12pm, 1:30pm

Future Falcons little kids Soccer Camp July 29th - 31st

  • Camp is 9am-11am for grades K-8th grade (next year’s grade level)
  • All high school soccer players (boys & girls) will be asked to volunteer 
  • Players will be there 8:30am-11:30am to help set up and clean up
  • Great opportunity to get community involvement in the soccer program

August Try-outs:  August 26th - 31st 

  • 5-day tryouts
  • 8-9am morning conditioning tests in stadium
  • 2:30pm Goalkeepers
  • 3-5pm tryout on back grass fields
  • Teams should be decided by end of Friday, or Saturday morning
  • Saturday August 31st tentatively 8am-10am scrimmage
  • Must have 7 practices before playing in games
  • 1st game is scheduled for Friday, Sept. 6th vs West Valley

September 5th, 6pm All Sports Parent Meeting 

  • Starts in the gym with all sports, then soccer breaks off
  • Senior parents please plan to stay late to discuss senior stuff

September 13th & 14th: Varsity trip to west side

  • Varsity has games scheduled for Friday night and Saturday morning
  • Playing Bothell at 7pm and Woodinville at 11am
  • Fundraising will help most of cost, but varsity will be asked to help pay
  • Bus over together and back, with one night in hotel